I want to run a cam (someting with 100 degree separation) in my 351w. I have a 89 SD eec. Would the tweecer, or something like it, be able to make a cammed motor run off the SD? Or would I have to convert the MAF?
Ok I just didn't want to convert the MAF if I didn't have to.You would be better off converting to MAF, then get the tweecer to tune.
No, I've seen 1 truck that was able to handle 112, but the tuner worked on that truck for months. He is no longer tuning, so you're stuck with the 114 degree separation.I want to run a cam (someting with 100 degree separation) in my 351w. I have a 89 SD eec. Would the tweecer, or something like it, be able to make a cammed motor run off the SD?
The A Truck/Bronco SD to MAF layover harness will work with a Manual Mustang EEC for your rig, though you will need to change the pin-outs for the differences between the old truck EEC/harness and the new Stang computer. A Truck/bronco SD to MAF will also require that Pin-outs be changed or moved. I have not compared which way might be best or easiest.Ok thanks guys, and I typed it wrong. I am wanting to run 110 degree separation. Something like the Ford E303 cam.
I was wanting to run a cam for low end and mid torque, and have a good sound when ideling.
If I need to go to MAF, what do you guys thing about a RJM MAF convert harness (puts MAF in SD main harness), and a Mustang computer?
How hard is it exactly? And I have an AOD so no computerized trans interference.
That will not work with sd go Maf or do a stock rebuildsorry but im gonna thread jack this topic.... only because i am lost in an engine build... 1995 w/351 windsor speed density. usng s/d comp cam, going with 170 or 185 heads(tfs-edel-afr not sure yet) edelbrock truck intake, need to know how much i can stroke it with s/d. will it work with 393 kit or will a have to go smaller..377 or stay stock stroke. i believe the cam heads and intake will work fine with s/d.... someone turn a lightbulb on for me so i know which way to go.... other then maf....:whiteflag