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The time now is 01:17 AM. Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.7.0Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.,,,,,,,,, logo and trademark are properties of BIMMERPOST Privacy Policy - Terms of Service. Engine Ticking. Valve Tap. Quote: At least your honest and I mean, literally.

Valve Tap

No, you cannot put the rocker on an old cam. The parts are at two extremes. It is as if to say, "Anyway I know literally nothing about installing a toilet, but I don't even know if you can use the wax ring for a toilet seat because I am going to use this folding seat over the hole. I know I have all the parts. Now you have a tap at 2000rpm. Now you - NEED - to go watch the cam turn 360° and match what I wrote Did the above text: Lifter Tap. 4.6L Details. In This Article: In the past couple of years we've seen more and more people swapping the Ford 4.6L modular engine in to their Ford Rangers.

4.6L Details

For years the 5.0L was the V-8 engine of choice, but enthusiasts are always looking for something new and different. More than likely you're reading this article because you're trying to get some insight on the 4.6L before choosing to use it. This article won't tell you how to put a 4.6L in your Ranger, but it will give you some insight on the 4.6L to help you choose the right engine. In The Beginning: The modular motor was originally introduced back in 1991 in the Lincoln Town Car applications, though it wasn’t until 1996 that it replaced the venerable 5.0L (Windsor) in the Mustang, and in 1997 in the F-series The 4.6 L (281 CID) V8 has been offered in 2-valve SOHC, 3-valve SOHC, and 4-valve DOHC versions.

Romeo, Windsor, Teksid, WAP, Triton & Intech - What's In A Name? In a nut shell, not all 4.6L engines are built the same. SOHC Cylinder Heads: Spring Rate Calc. Corner Weight Use tire scales, as used by racing teams, or weight the vehicle on axle scales used by trucking companies.

Spring Rate Calc

Make sure to weigh the vehicle in the configuration of its most frequent use. Add weight to compensate for the driver, passengers, and cargo in proper locations. If the suggested scales are unavailable, you may use the table below for approximations. Unsprung Weight Unsprung weight is the vehicle weight that is not supported by the springs. Examples include: Tire/wheel assembly; brake rotors and calipers (or drums and components); wheel bearings; steering knuckle; hanging weight of the control arm (or trailing arms on rear axles); differential and axle weight; 1/2 of the spring and shock absorber weights. Unsprung corner weight is usually around 70-120 lbs. Dimension A Dimension A - Measure the distance from the control arm pivot point on the subframe (centerline of the bushing) to the point on the control arm directly under the center of the spring or coil-over assembly.

Wheel Frequency Calc. Torque TPS. 90% Throttle.