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 Post subject: EF Manual Conversion
Posted: Sun Jul 12, 2015 6:40 pm 
Fordmods Newbie

Age: 24

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Joined: 21st Apr 2013

Ride: EF Falcon

Location: Perth
WA, Australia

Hi all

Somewhat new here, thought i might be able to get some insight from anyone who can help.

I Bought an EF Falcon that drove lovely no dramas about a week ago and since then ive done a manual conversion to it and skipped the ECU as I Only have an EA and XH Manual ECU and just went with the 1.2K Ohms Res and 6.8K Ohms Res On the Auto Loom and re did the 2 plugs and used that with the conversion and it drives lovely but when your around 2,500-3,000 RPM In 2nd And 3rd havent got a chance yet to try the rest It seems to kickback a little as in as i accelerate up it feels it drops a bit then picks back up then does it again, im not sure on how many times in that range it occurs but i know it shouldn't, any idea's into what i might have missed or screwed up on? i know they say use a 7k Ohms Res But 6.8K Res is okay to use too. So not sure there, thinking maybe opt for the 7K Ohms Of RS Components or something possibly...

Cheers all

 Post subject: Re: EF Manual Conversion
Posted: Mon Jul 13, 2015 9:55 am 
Getting Side Ways

Posts: 698

Joined: 1st Jan 2006

Ride: Lots, all Fords

Location: Hamilton
New Zealand

Is it the BBM switching. This happens around 3000rpm



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