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Old 10-06-2005, 22:05   #1 (permalink)
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1994 falcon EF

hey every one i was just wondering if someone knows something about a 1994 ford falcon EF sedan.

is the clutch (in an automatic) hydraulic or cable.?

what i am looking at doing (as a Project) is converting it from an auto to a manual, any one have any ideas?
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Old 10-06-2005, 22:33   #2 (permalink)
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You need a new bell housing, new set of peddals (brake, Clutch etc), new tail shaft and possibly a new diff ratio and posisble a new engine management for the manual.. Not a easy job..
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Old 10-06-2005, 23:57   #3 (permalink)
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hey every one i was just wondering if someone knows something about a 1994 ford falcon EF sedan.

is the clutch (in an automatic) hydraulic or cable.?

what i am looking at doing (as a Project) is converting it from an auto to a manual, any one have any ideas?
Ive done the conversion on a EB and the clutch is a cable,they went to hydraulic in the BA series.
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Old 10-07-2005, 00:31   #4 (permalink)
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so how much do you guys reckon that wil cost (the parts, as i want to do the labouring myself)

thanks
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Old 10-07-2005, 00:43   #5 (permalink)
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so how much do you guys reckon that wil cost (the parts, as i want to do the labouring myself)

thanks
theres a guy selling an xr6 T5 on here for $600 and all the other parts shold only cost about another $250-$400
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always check Ebay for T5 conversion kits

Diff ratio doesn't need to be changed, but it's always good to upgrade! ECU needs swapping to a manual one as mentioned.

Try to buy a whole conversion kit (tailshaft, g/box, pedal assembly, clutch, flywheel, bell housing, + others that I haven't thought of...) as it'll be cheaper than a T5 here, a flywheel there...

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always check Ebay for T5 conversion kits

Diff ratio doesn't need to be changed, but it's always good to upgrade! ECU needs swapping to a manual one as mentioned.

Try to buy a whole conversion kit (tailshaft, g/box, pedal assembly, clutch, flywheel, bell housing, + others that I haven't thought of...) as it'll be cheaper than a T5 here, a flywheel there...

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My car still runs a auto ECU.Tail shaft slips in perfect aswell.
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G'day,
about to do this to an EB 5.0L Price quoted for a 'kit' is 2000.



Dave..just noticed your in Boolarra.....small town :)

You know the Dyer Family?

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about to do this to an EB 5.0L Price quoted for a 'kit' is 2000.



Dave..just noticed your in Boolarra.....small town :)

You know the Dyer Family?

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Heh, yeah, it's a bit of a sleepy place eh! I went to school with Matt & James (was in James' year level). Are you a relative mate?

Or are you talking about Jeff & (damn can't remember his sister's name) Dyer? Their old man used to run the local service station before it shut down. They have an XY I think, and an awesome FX ute. They've got taste in cars

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Electronic shift kit
4.11 Hydratrak LSD
AU thermofans
Explorer intake manifold
Contra 16x9 rims, rubber: 225(f)/245(r)
Custom cupholders
Chiptorque HP2 chip
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Old 10-10-2005, 03:43   #10 (permalink)
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Re: 1994 falcon EF

you don't need the tailshaft or a manual computer, and you don't need to change the diff.

You will need t5 transmission and bellhousing, clutch kit, clutch cable, pedal box with clutch clevis and bushes, manual flywheel and a spigot bearing. That's about it.
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