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Old 12-31-2009
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Screamin Demon Coil

You guys may have already known this, but the Screamin Demon Coils for the Ranger 4 cylinders work great on the Explorer 5.0's. I don't know all of the years that come with the twin coil setup, but my '97 5.0 has them, and they bolted right in and are working great. Pretty good cost savings over the MSD and Motorcraft too. Thanks to Wayne at Underdog for double checking part #'s and getting these out to me.
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Old 12-31-2009
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sweet....i lust to see your truck with the R2 in it. the only thing stopping me from having a 302 in my truck right now is that i am not sure how i can run an R2 or a ZF with a stock PCM
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