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Ignition & Electrical / Q&A

Mailbag: Ford 302 Firing Problems After Cam Swap

Q: I have a 1994 Ford F-150 with a 5.0L engine and factory mass airflow sensor. I just had the heads redone and installed a Trick Flow Stage 1 camshaft. […]

Cooling / Q&A

Mailbag: Can I Remove the Cooling Fan Shroud?

Q: Can I remove the fan shroud on my cooling fan? … A: It might seem like it’s just in the way, but the fan shroud plays an important role in the […]

Mailbag: Tips for Wiring an EFI Kit or Engine Management System
How Tos / Ignition & Electrical / Induction

Mailbag: Tips for Wiring an EFI Kit or Engine Management System

Q: Do you have an advice for hooking up a new EFI kit? … Tips For Hooking Up Your ECU Connecting the wires is an important step in getting your electronic […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A / Tech

Mailbag: 5 Things to Check When Swapping to Higher Lift Rockers

I have a 1970 Nova SS with a 11.5:1 compression, 355 cubic-inch small block. It has Sportsman II heads, a COMP Cams hydraulic camshaft (292 degrees advertised duration, .507 inches […]

Induction / Q&A

Mailbag: Which Air Intake Tube Material is Better – Metal or Plastic?

Q: Is a plastic or metal intake tube better? … A: Air intake kits are a popular performance upgrade. They are affordable, easy to install, and provide noticeable gains over a […]

Mailbag: The Difference Between Single-, Double-, and Triple-Pass Radiators
Cooling / Q&A

Mailbag: The Difference Between Single-, Double-, and Triple-Pass Radiators

Q: What is a double-pass radiator? … A: In a single-pass radiator, coolant only crosses the radiator core one time. Fluid enters the inlet. It flows across the core in […]

Cooling / Q&A

Mailbag: Is a 3-Row Radiator Better Than a 2-Row One?

Cooling Basics – Row Quantity vs. Tube Size In the radiator core, coolant flows through tubes. The tubes are joined together by the fins. More heat can be exchanged when […]

Induction / Q&A

Mailbag: Explaining Gasoline Octane Ratings

Q: What do the different gasoline octane ratings mean? … A: The octane rating measures the performance of a particular fuel blend. The higher the number, the more compression it […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A

Mailbag: Advice for Building a Ford 427 Clevor Engine

Q: I’m building a Factory Five Mk4 Roadster and I would love to install a Boss Nine 427 engine, but it’s way out of my budget. Ford Performance offers a very […]

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Brakes & Suspension / Q&A

Mailbag: Unibody vs. Body-on-Frame Chassis

Q: Which is better between a body-on-frame and unibody chassis design? … A: Most vehicles are built using either “body-on-frame” or “unibody” design. The terms refer to the style of […]