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Old 05-20-2002, 19:09   #1 (permalink)
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Thermo conversion Pics And Extractors

Hi guys just upped a few pics and got two more coming in a hour or so. There just of my extractors that i have and also of the ef falcon thermo fans that i installed onto my eb II. The other two pics show the capillary and the temp adjuster and the other one is a whole shot of the engine bay. I coulndt really take one of the relays for the fans becuase there hidden under the firewall ill try and draw where they are hope these pics help anyone out.
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http://www.fordforums.com/gallery/index.php?photo=437

http://www.fordforums.com/gallery/index.php?photo=436

Also took those photos on a shitty day and didnt have time to take any of the car so hopefully get the digi cam again soon too take some of the beast. Well not really a beast but u get the picture. I was going to lower it but ill wait till i ghet back from my trip to tassie Going in 6 weeks to visit auntie. Any1 on here from tassie wanna catch up while im over just give me a yell. Or need something brought over ill be happy to if its not to far out of my trip.

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Old 05-20-2002, 20:04   #3 (permalink)
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I will have to take some shots of the convertion kits I make. There are no capiliary tubes and the harness looks factory on mine, the relays are mounted where Ford put them for the EF-EL.
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might have to use your kit

I would be interested in seeing your kit on a car and i might have to change mine to your kit seems a bit little bit safter but dont get me wrong i havnt had anything wrong with mine yet it working perfectly might pay to leave it alone unless i have any trouble.

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Old 05-20-2002, 20:51   #5 (permalink)
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I wanted to keep the appearance of a factory fitted unit and be controlled like it was from the factory.
Have fitted heaps of these now. Also fitting a setup on Bof351's car this weekend.

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Pity you arent in victoria, you could fit a set onto my ed :)
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hey matey im from tas.

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The kit is not hard to fit, comes with detailed instructions.
I have been C.ODing them all over the place.
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Here are the other pictures that i said i was going to post for some reason there twice as small i knew i should have done it myslef instead of getting my dad to do it at work. its his works camera that all.

**** doesnt matter ill get him to make them bigger so u can see the detail better like the first two pictures.

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http://www.fordforums.com/gallery/data/3700ek_2.jpg

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Old 05-21-2002, 23:36   #10 (permalink)
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Hey how ya doing.

I'm just curious as to what, if any performance increases did you notice after the clutch fan with the dual thermos?
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