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Bob, I remember you from years ago on other forums, and you've always been a "shill" for FoMoCo products. I'm not impressed -- either then or now -- by your total partisanship on these things.

I'm surprised you even show up in any forums on mods -- you're predictable and we can always rely on you to say "you can't do it better than Ford already has". You're ridiculous, inaccurate half the time with your arguments, and get so emotional in simple fact based stuff that you destroy your own credibility.

For such a old timer at this, you are shocking in your inability to learn.

Nuff' said. Another Bob Ayer's Ford rant dealt with -- no need to take it further.


What you are missing is what today's vehicle manufacturers have to do to make their vehicles as efficient as possibe, to meet CAFE standards! This isn't just Ford, it's ALL vehicle manufacturers!!! Because of this they DO NOT
design and build restrictive intakes, like K&N would like you to believe, and they don't design and build marginal ignition systems, like MSD and Performance Distributors would like you to believe!!!

With all the posts about how poor Bosch plugs do in Rangers, and you still used them???? But then again, you fell for Scamsoil's BS too!!!!
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All I do have to say is that when I hear people say that these mods honestly make improvements and I also have experienced these improvements, its kind of ridiculous for someone to try and prove me wrong. I always see these beat downs of aftermarket products and most of the people talking trash about them haven't even tried them.
Im prob. getting in the middle of somthing but I figured I would give my .02
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What you are missing is what today's vehicle manufacturers have to do to make their vehicles as efficient as possibe, to meet CAFE standards! This isn't just Ford, it's ALL vehicle manufacturers!!! Because of this they DO NOT
design and build restrictive intakes, like K&N would like you to believe, and they don't design and build marginal ignition systems, like MSD and Performance Distributors would like you to believe!!!

With all the posts about how poor Bosch plugs do in Rangers, and you still used them???? But then again, you fell for Scamsoil's BS too!!!!
And what you always miss, Bobbo, is the many COMPROMISES automakers have made to keep costs down. I can virtually guarantee that Ford engineers grit their teeth over the changes to their designs made by marketing and accounting. It's a Dilbert world over there, Bob -- and your impassioned defense doesn't change it.

On Amsoil: I did testing of one year oil changes with actual oil sample analysis. The stuff works, Bob. A supposedly "fact based" guy like you OUGHT to understand that -- but really you're much more concerned with proving your biases than getting to the truth and always have been.
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Might be a stupid question, but how can that coilpack fit both the OHV and the SOHC? Just no difference in the coil?
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Might be a stupid question, but how can that coilpack fit both the OHV and the SOHC? Just no difference in the coil?
the coil packs for the OHV and SOHC are the same....there is no difference in them...
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So if I was to buy a coil pack would I have to change my spark plugs and wires?
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So if I was to buy a coil pack would I have to change my spark plugs and wires?
Interested in this as well...
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Interested in this as well...
Bit of a bump...


but no, you wouldnt, you might want to down the line, or just invest in a brand new ignition system for it.. but you can drop it in alone as a stand-alone replacement for the stock.
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I love the "Takeda" discussion in this thread! lol, awesome!
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Bit of a bump...


but no, you wouldnt, you might want to down the line, or just invest in a brand new ignition system for it.. but you can drop it in alone as a stand-alone replacement for the stock.
I'm pretty sure that the Screamin' Demon wants you to re-gap your plugs, but I don't think you have to change them.
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I'm pretty sure that the Screamin' Demon wants you to re-gap your plugs, but I don't think you have to change them.
Oops, forgot about the regap At that point, I would almost just buy new plugs if the origionals have been in for a while... wouldnt want a clogged piece of stuck carbon making you think the upgrade was useless
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