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anyone have experience with jacobs mileage master kit?

as title says does anyone have experience with this kit? search came up empty, thanks
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what is it?
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what is it?
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Ok so I did a little research and turns out it pretty much the same thing as the screamin demon

http://www.stuffforyourranger.com/st...screamin+demon

except they were $250 + and why would you pay more than double for the same thing???
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its a computer ignition...mileage master made for dis fords/ has anyone tried it?
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I can't find one that fits the 4.0 or the 3.0 ranger engines anywhere.
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found 2 recently..just bought one off ebay... have some info on f150online.com but just skipping seems to be a more common mod on the larger trucks
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a coil is a coil and they are lazy.. they will only put out the minimal spark they need.. basically they are like people. if they can do a job half assed and get the same result and still get paid well they are going to do it half assed


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basically they are like people. if they can do a job half assed and get the same result and still get paid well they are going to do it half assed

Which is why everything is made over seas and americans are so fat useless because they sit home and dont have motivation or ambition and want to sit at home on there fat *** taking money out of my pay check every week or want to sit in a cubical pushing papers...


Do it right the first time, take pride in what you do, people with that attitude **** me off. Lazy
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lol ya... damn those lazy coils.. ahahaha


j/k ya i know what you mean


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so i assuming i am the first to try this on a ranger?
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so i assuming i am the first to try this on a ranger?
Definitely sounds like it.
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thats weird before i bought my ranger dealer was telling me rangers get about the same mileage as the f-150s due to the gearing ford uses in them so surprised that it is more common upgrade on the f-150 than the ranger ...i guess i get to post in the mod no one else has thread once i get this installed lol
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ya and make sure u show any mileage improvements i want to know
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starting the install tomorrow...most difficult part of it is where to put the ignition box...don't want to put it in the engine compartment..only space thats available is the radiator support so mounting it in the interior...wiring is pretty long that comes with it ( better protected in the interior always) and SHOULD be cooler there as well ( don't to deal with heat from the engine)...mileage is probably the BIGGEST reason i am trying this this ranger is by far the worst vechicle i have ever owned on gas
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