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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Aug 27, 2010 10:51 am 
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Benny D wrote:
ah well im not gonna pretent i know a whole heap about these motors. theres always somone that knows more and i dont mind learnin a lesson here n ther.
And hey if i had to do anythin more than basic bolt ons and the such if it came to takeing off heads or replaceing internal parts id be completely lost.. absolutly zero expirience.


There's only one way to learn! Alot of people are scared of doing big jobs, but if you take your time and remember where everything goes/went, you shouldn't really have a problem.

I was dreading taking the injector pump off my 1HZ diesel cruiser, mechanic said it would take me 3 hours, I had it off in 45 mins. air tools where have you been all my life...

 

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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Aug 27, 2010 8:28 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Aug 27, 2010 9:20 pm 
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2 new phasers on the way from bpt so when they get here it will be all go
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Aug 27, 2010 9:33 pm 
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After a BPT Custom Genric tune mine sometimes goes to 6, but i don't like it when it does. I tell ya what though, that tune really wakes them up :twisted: , you only need to go to bout 5,500 i reckon is enough for me :wink:

When Ford made the BF's they upped the revs on them a bit to produce an extra 10kw. The Barra 220 has 220 kW @ 4750 rpm and the barra 230 has 230 kW @ 5350 rpm so you can go a bit higher, just depends on whether you want to risk it or not i guess.

Would love to see how these mods turn out, i reckon these motors have lots of potential but my wallet is not as thick as id like :|

how much power did it make?
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Aug 27, 2010 10:20 pm 
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just uploaded some more from a few better angles
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:54 pm 
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gonna throw her together this weekend got 2 new phasers thanks very much to bpt and some spare time canceld all work for the weekend to try and get it in the car and of to hp dyno tuning
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:22 am 
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i hope it go's well, i'm keen to see what the cam's will make power wise :wink:
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:26 am 
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how much power did yours make steveurban?
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Sat Sep 04, 2010 2:44 am 
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at the minute with cai & full exhaust 196 rwkw's (untuned).
i just got a flash tuner today (off another forum) with 5.4-3v tune's already done 8-)
it was once owned by Mr CVE, who got 235 rwkw's with the 98 otc tune in it !
he's since put a turbo on it getting and 320 rwkw's (from memory) :shock:
i've had a ride in the car.... and it's awesome !!!!!
the preset tune's are for a setup the same as mine (but with u/drive pulley's).
the guy i got it off made 227 rwkw's... with the same tune !!!! (no u/drive's).
if i can get around that figure i'll be happy.....for now 8-)
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Sun Sep 05, 2010 10:30 pm 
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thts sound respectable
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 8:28 pm 
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bummer of a weekend set it up and it looks kike the intake centerline is of a bit by my calculations so i gotta try and get hold of one solid lifter to degree the cams in properly will try bpt if not comp reckons they have em
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Tue Sep 14, 2010 11:48 pm 
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muta f**k not thumper got the phasers on and went to use the tools supplied by comp cams to fit the lock up kits and the springs on the phasers are different and the j clip on the spring is different they sit 180 degres out compared to were the other ones sit along with having an extra lug (being the bolt end) for spring tension!!! the ones in the picture on the instructions were on a 4.6 stang and the phaser spring looked the same as my old ones so my guess is they changed the spring on the phaser later on in the picture as both phasers are a genuine unit, anyway made up the correct tools and got the limiter plates, will post pics of everything soon whologan borrowed my camara (ps check out his gallery its worth it) in progress has been slow have been to busy fixing everyone elses cars, also forgot to mention the old phasers have rol pins holding the reluctor wheel in place and the new ones have riverts both very tiny!
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:43 pm 
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fairmont54 wrote:
Fairmont_03_5.4 wrote:
After a BPT Custom Genric tune mine sometimes goes to 6, but i don't like it when it does. I tell ya what though, that tune really wakes them up :twisted: , you only need to go to bout 5,500 i reckon is enough for me :wink:

When Ford made the BF's they upped the revs on them a bit to produce an extra 10kw. The Barra 220 has 220 kW @ 4750 rpm and the barra 230 has 230 kW @ 5350 rpm so you can go a bit higher, just depends on whether you want to risk it or not i guess.

Would love to see how these mods turn out, i reckon these motors have lots of potential but my wallet is not as thick as id like :|

how much power did it make?


Have no idea, but other people with similar mods reckon ~220RWKW. BPT reckon the 3v got 165RWKW standard.

 

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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:53 pm 
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heading of to winton thisweekend to give hayden a hand on the dyno on sunday, and have a look around on saturday, so wont get much done this weekend but hpfully during the week some progres will be made, (cant wait to hit that dam dyno when its runn time!!!!!!!!!) post new pics when i get my camra back of the difference beetween the new phasers and the old ones, and the tool i had to make(as the comp cams tools would only fit my old phasers) to lock the phaser spring inorder to fit the limiter kit into the rear of the phaser, hope to some of your cars there on the dyno guys would be good!!
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 Post subject: Re: finally parts all here for ba 3v biuld
Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 12:02 am 
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any update's ? :wink:
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