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Old 11-03-2002, 22:11   #1 (permalink)
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Differences between EA Falcon and EA S Falcon

Just bought an EA Falcon and I was just wondering what the difference between EA S and just the plain EA model is?

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Old 11-03-2002, 22:40   #2 (permalink)
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Multi point fuel injection only came out in the fairmont ghia and s models. I can't remember the kw advantage. Also a lot of the s models were 5 speed manuals.
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MPFI came out on all falcons, it was an option on the GL's

Basically the S had some of the options standard on it, you wont find anything on an S that can't be found on a GL except for the lumber support and S pak seat trims
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Old 11-04-2002, 00:11   #5 (permalink)
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Miltipoint was also an option on S models. The only things MPI came standard on was Fairmont Ghia, Fairlane and LTD.
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Old 11-04-2002, 04:36   #6 (permalink)
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10kw difference between CFI and MPEFI
But from what ive heard a lot more can be done to MPEFI engine
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BS CFI had 120kw, MPFI had 139kW and is also better on fuel.
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and also the S has a much better instrument cluster. Has the tacho, volts,oil etc... Much nicer too look at, imho. The seats are also trimmed a little nicer.

Also, as zomwit has already stated, MPFI was not standard on S pacs, but an option. The ghia is the only EA to come standard with MPFI.
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colour coded bumpers, boot & fuel cap release (is this standard on a gl?), different seats and carpets, with lumbar and height adjustment, different instrument cluster, coolant reserve tank lamp, dropped by 20mm from standard height with harder springs.
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Old 11-04-2002, 18:05   #10 (permalink)
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A Mate of mine just bought an EA Falcon GL and I have an S Pack.

Both are CFI and his is 100% standard, I have a lukey hiflow exhaust and motor has been completely rebuilt.

His has 222,045kms and mine has just clocked 238,000kms, 20,000kms since rebuild.

Why is my car soooooo much quicker than his from stand still I get about 4-5 car lengths in front of him, can just an exhaust make so much difference?

Also I have no trouble keeping up this a mate who has a 1993 ED x-chaser.

Anyway what I want to know, is there any performance difference between GL and S pack?


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