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Below are many of the common C4 Transmission Codes for the 1967 and newer Ford Models these will most all have the better Select Shift Valve Bodies. Most of them will have a Column Shift except for those from a Mustang or Cougar - those models will all have a Floor Shifter there are exceptions...
1966Mustang
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CONVERTING STOCK REAR BRAKES TO 10 X 2 ˝ INCH DRUMS By Sam Griffith {AKA Sigtauenus} After converting the front of my car from drum brakes to disc brakes, I wanted to make an upgrade to the rear brakes as well. After emptying the wallet on the front brakes, I didn't want to spend the money on...
1966Mustang
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https://fordsix.com/ci/CarbChoice.html Selecting the Right Carburetor Choosing the right carburetor is critical if you want to achieve the maximum power potential of your inline six. As such it's one of the most important decisions you'll make. Selecting the wrong carburetor, to big or to...
1966Mustang
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The 250 is in the same family as the 200, making the swap relatively straightforward. Nevertheless, there are some items which need to be addressed in order to make the switch. These comments apply to the swap performed on a 1966 Mustang. Later model Mustangs, Falcons, Fairlanes, and Mavericks...
1966Mustang
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NOTE: All Inquires about Classic Inlines should be directed to Vintage Inlines. Classic Inlines is no longer in operation. There is a site with the same name that is not associated/affiliated in any manner with fordsix.com or vintageinlines.com. This page is for historical purposes only. If...
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When Ford introduced the Mustang in April of 1964, the base powerplant was the Falcon's 170ci six with 101 horsepower and 156 lb-ft of torque. Later that year, in August, Ford updated the Mustang's engine line-up with the seven main bearing 200ci six as standard equipment. Both the 170 and 200ci...
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This has been a great engine! It has tremendous torque, gets terrific gas mileage, and has been as reliable as an anvil. The only noticable flaw has been the inability to run in extremely hot weather (95+ degrees) on pump gas due to detonation caused by the high compression ratio. We've been...
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I met Travis in August of 2001 on the Ford Six Forum. It didn't take long for the two of us to develop a father-son type relationship, only better in many ways. Travis was a bright young man who had just moved to Mesa. He lived with his father, step mother, and little brother, and was attending...
1966Mustang
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Spectre Performance purchased a 74 Maverick, with a 200ci inline six to use as a project car and test bed for their new EMS-Pro fuel injection controller. The motor only had 20K miles since it was rebuilt, but had a severely scored piston in one cylinder. This was causing major blow-by and a...
1966Mustang
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The 250 Falcon engine with integral manifold is limited in performance due to the restrictive nature of the cylinder head. To get the most out of it requires radical modifications to improve both intake and exhaust flow. Several rodders have resorted to "hacking off the intake and exhaust" and...
1966Mustang
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Carburetor Installation 1) Install the gasket, carb studs, any applicable spacers, the carburetor, and the nuts. Tighten the nuts gently and uniformly and torque to 10-15 lbs. Do not over tighten, as this could warp the carb base, resulting in a vacuum leak. 2) Connect throttle linkage or...
1966Mustang
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UPDATE 9-7-07 Classic Inlines is developing an aluminum head for the Big Six (240/300ci) Ford inline six engine. At the present time, we are having the pattern maker re-work the patterns as we were not happy with the results. For some strange reason, they made the head similar to a shoe box...
1966Mustang
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Forgotten Growl: The January issue of Muscle Car Enthusiast covers the history of the Arvinode Exhaust Systems, which is being reproduced by Waldron's Antique Exhaust. This exhaust systems is also being offered to inline enthusiast exclusively through Classic Inlines. In this article, you'll...
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