JG23FA 202 90 C above altenator on in OZ would be driver side. The head seam to be alumium
Do I need to check the stroke? How do I tell if it has low or high compresion with out the Vin number. Also I have the Webber 34 ADM and did not find a kit in US. I put it on the motor and would not run. Does the electrical have to be hooked up. Can single componits to make up a kit be bought in US. IF not how expencive is shipping.Thanks again ,Ken.
xctasy":1hla7yec said:Okay guys. The existing vacuum hoses to the 34 ADM Weber seem to really hack people off! The Holley will take the fittings, but you need to know what each circuit does before it gets bolted up. The are best left on the car. Don't merely assume emissions gear is an Evil Smog Nazi kill-joy, as you'll end up with it running worse without it.
I've got some data here which show you what the existing set-up is for a New South Wales Emissions per 1986 XF Falcon without Air Con.
There are a few systems to note, and I'd much rather you all read through the Gregories #226 Shop Manual on XF Falcons from 1984 to March 1993. Pages 248 to 256, and the shop data from 76, 88 and 89. The book is first rate, and explains each circuit in detail. A must have!
Below are the systems for your benefit, lovingly copied by my own hands. It's untidy, but I'll get it sorted sometime.
Please note. The stock Weber 34 ADM carb has a blead back return line to ensure the carb doesn't get any more than 3.5psi (24 kPa) of pressure. All Ford Carter fuel pumps produce about 7 psi (52 kPa) or pressure. Use the pre alloy head fuel pump, as there is no need for bleadback. Holleys don't have blead back systesms.
<<<<This is a Non Air Con NSW pre unleaded 1986 Emmission ciruit diagram. Note:
1. the PVS (Ported Vaccum Switch)
2. the Delay Valve ( NSW emission gear, colored according to application)
3. the Sustain Valve
4. the Vacuum /Vacuum switch
5. the PCV valve (Positive Crankcase Ventilation valve)
6. the VPV (Vapour Purge control valve for Evaporative emissions which controls the burn off of the charcoal canisters hydrocarbons.
7. the Vacuum amplifier
8. the EGR valve (Exhast gas recirculation)
These systems are vital, and the emissions reduction is simply huge with these fitted. Without the evaporative emissions, the car will pollute more than 35% more hydrocarbons into the atmosphere.
<<<< Table of color coded Emmissions gear. All this allows you to choose the correct replacement part. If its defective, it will cost performance and economy. If it works, it will warm up and operate the way Ford Oz intended. Million dollar investments shouldn't be scapped because we are too lazy to give a sh!+ about emissions.
<<<<< Carby jetting for the stock ADM. There are four basic types of pre unleaded ADM carbs, plus later unleaded carbs. The unleaded ones are in brackets. It's rough, but will get tidied up sometime soon I hope.
<<<<<Evaporative emissions, EGR and VPV workings
<<< The Spark Sustain system, a lovely NSW inclusion.
papawsfalcons":3fest63p said:are the parts for kick down easy to find. what about changing to a C-4. Lots of questions lots to learn!!! Thanks!
xctasy":1j53ef98 said:papawfalcon":1j53ef98 said:CODE#? on the distrubitor?
Yeah, behind the plastic cover!
Bosch made the distributor with a Motorcraft name, and Ford called it Duraspark, but its actually a 61 Bosch points distributor with new 64 part number, and 61 state spark amplifyer. The suffix 9-230-064 707 and 9-230-061 707 should match
9-230-064-705 came out of a 3.3 or 4.1 auto falcon or TF Cortina high comp engine.
9-230-064-707 XE 4.1 auto
9-230-064-710 manual 3.3
9-230-064-711 4.1 auto
9-230-064-716 came out of a XE 4.1 auto
One of my many engines an XE 4.1 auto
with HF2 head, and its got "9-230-064-707" stamped on the distributor.
I'll post photos soon.