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 Post subject: Air induction, from ED to EF.
Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 12:15 am 
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Hey guys, i'm 20 years old and i've only had my beloved ED for a few months. Obviously with the laws up in QLD i can't put alot of power into mine (nor do i really want to put alot into it) so i'm exploring smaller, cheaper and more economical options. Alot of people have been telling me that i can swap the stock air box and pipe out with the larger one on the EF-EL series. Is it as straight forward as pulling one off and putting the other on? And also would it do much in the way of performance, tho i'm more concerned with fuel economy.
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 Post subject: Re: Air induction, from ED to EF.
Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 12:17 am 
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Benny_The FPV ED wrote:
Hey guys, i'm 20 years old and i've only had my beloved ED for a few months. Obviously with the laws up in QLD i can't put alot of power into mine (nor do i really want to put alot into it) so i'm exploring smaller, cheaper and more economical options. Alot of people have been telling me that i can swap the stock air box and pipe out with the larger one on the EF-EL series. Is it as straight forward as pulling one off and putting the other on? And also would it do much in the way of performance, tho i'm more concerned with fuel economy.


Different pipe work

EA or EB 3.9 is larger piping from the throttle bodie.


ford-4l-and-6-cylinder-f1/3-9l-4-0l-inline-6-modification-guide-t66.html

ford-4l-and-6-cylinder-f1/about-the-different-ford-6-s-and-engine-retrofit-information-t31883.html

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 Post subject: Re: Air induction, from ED to EF.
Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:26 pm 
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Benny_The FPV ED wrote:
Hey guys, i'm 20 years old and i've only had my beloved ED for a few months. Obviously with the laws up in QLD i can't put alot of power into mine (nor do i really want to put alot into it) so i'm exploring smaller, cheaper and more economical options. Alot of people have been telling me that i can swap the stock air box and pipe out with the larger one on the EF-EL series. Is it as straight forward as pulling one off and putting the other on? And also would it do much in the way of performance, tho i'm more concerned with fuel economy.


ED used Log Manifold and EF/EL uses BBM, pipe work totaly different. Try and get an intake snorkel from an XG Ute or Van
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 Post subject: Re: Air induction, from ED to EF.
Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 6:34 pm 
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XH ute or van would be best
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