I think eafalcon.com might link up to the old site, not sure. www.eseries.com.au is a very recent update though. We recently had a cruise thru melbourne with about 30 people attending. Last year we had 50+ cars and about 60 people attend a cruise along the Great Ocean Road. An upcoming event is a drag day at Heathcote in August, E-Series vs R31 Owners clubs.
Next cruise is Sunday June 12. I dunno if the site (www.eseries.com.au) has that date listed, but try the forum link on the site. The E-Series Owners Club used to be based here, but due to some major upheavals earlier in the year they moved to the other fordforums(.com.au).
I frequent both of these forums, and have recently (FINALLY!!!) joined up at fordmods.com too
EBII Falcons came out with the 4.0 (EBII was known as "EB Evolution"), and the EBI Falcons came out with the 3.9
The Falcon S was an EBI model, and I'm not sure whether it came out with the EBII or whether it was replaced by the XR6.
ABS came out on EBII.
I think you might find you've got a 4.0
What is the build date of your EB? That should clear things up. I'm intrigued...
PS petrol prices suck! I fill up whenever I'm down in Melbourne, and only chuck in $20 at a time when I'm in Gippsland (it's 10-15c dearer down here).
im prity and very sure its an 3.9 i dont know weather it would be 4.0, ill have to look around i guess, 1992 when it came out, i do know that the S came out in series II, defornet, ABS on it, anoying as hell
but hopefully your the bringer of good news only to find out that i have a 4.0
im goin to read a ford falcon/fairlane 1988 thru 1993 that book covers alot of stuff for EA - ED, but very sure its an 92 EB series II S 3.9
Series II, almost a different model, arrived in April 1992 and, on the base model, brought body-coloured bumpers, glossy black door handles and GLi badges.
The new engine in Series II was a quieter, greatly improved 4L multi-point six cylinder, and it replaced both 3.9L units.
Ford EB Falcon
On Sale: July 1991 - August 1993 (Series II: April 1992)
How do I know it's an EB? Slight changes over EA include: Ford badge positioned in grille, no air vent in C-pillars, side indicators, new wheel trims and reverse lights on either side of number plate.
Series II: Glossy door handles, 4.0L badges on 6 cylinder models, and body-coloured bumpers for the base model.
EA: All EA and EB Series 1 models had unpainted, textured
black plastic door handles.
EB/ED: EB Series 2 and ED had smooth glossy door handles, with colour coding on all models bar GL.
EA/EB/ED: The 3.9L MPFI (Multi-Point Fuel Injection) engine is available in the EA and EB Series 1 as an option on lower
models, and standard on some higher models. EB Series 2 onwards gained the 4L MPFI engine, which is 8kW up on the 3.9L MPFI. The 4L is distinguishable by the slightly different rocker cover and the 'egg-crate' coolant reservoir tank.
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