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Old 01-29-2003, 02:49   #1 (permalink)
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6 cyl EB-ED inlet manifold.......can it fit on a XF 6 cyl?

This is an idea im toying around with at the moment for my turbo motor........wondering if a EB-ED inlet will fit to the XF? The only problem i see is that the power steering reservoir is gonna be in the way & i'll have to either get a throttle cable made or use the EB-ED one.......the other advantage to run this inlet is with a turbo motor shorter the pipe the better the HP.

Also say if i get canaried will i still have to put the standard inlet on or will it pass a RWC with the EB-ED inlet?

Any help with this would be great.
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Old 01-29-2003, 02:59   #2 (permalink)
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YES the E.F/ E.L one's fitt too !!!
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Old 01-29-2003, 14:39   #3 (permalink)
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ummm.....no they dont.

I have seen an EF manifold that someone took to a welder, and got them to weld the XF lower manifold to the EF manifold so that it would fit.

I dont know if the EA manifold will fit, ubt I would suggest it has the same bolt pattern as the EF/L manifold as they are both OHC.
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Would an EA one fit as well? This would be the cheapest to get from a wreckers i imagine.
Would it be possible to put this on a carby XF motor?
IF the the manifold from an EA was fitted what else would it need? Would it need the computer, Fuel lines/pump, regulator?
Would it be hard to fit? Would it be possible to run this manifold with say an aftermarket computer like microtech etc?

The more info the better please.

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Old 01-29-2003, 14:58   #5 (permalink)
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I've never seen this done so tend to agree with MADXF.

For some ideas try looking around this guys album;
http://home.tower.net.au/~grin132/albums/ford250/

Or come over and ask on this I6 dedicated forum,
http://fordsix.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=3
which is US based but has an Aussie section with some very informed guys online.

For an interesting twist also see Aussie X-flow sixes sent to the States and installed in US classic Mustangs.
http://fordsix.com/tech/crossflow/crossflow.htm
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Hmm on my screen saver I have an XF turbo with a E.L inlet ???
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Can you please email that pic??
My email is quik12@optushome.com.au

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Here is another idea.
Would the EFI setup from an XE fit a Alloy head carby XF?
Is there any difference between the XE EFI and XF EFI other than the computer used to control everything??

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The XF and fairlanes were available with multipoint injection, Im sure they would be a better donor for your XF
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They probably would but the carb version head is not compatible with the EFI gear on the injected falcons.
I dont want to scrap my head just yet ive spent too much on it.
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