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Old 05-16-2005, 18:38   #1 (permalink)
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www.eseries.com.au

For those of you who are interested in joining the E-Series Owners Club, here is their website address.

Other addresses include:

www.e-series.com.au, and
www.eafalcon.com

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.

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Old 05-16-2005, 19:38   #2 (permalink)
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Good stuff Dave, thanks for the heads up.
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Old 05-17-2005, 04:32   #3 (permalink)
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would like to start cruzin around with ya blocks, just got P's today (tuesday 17th of may), first i recon service it a lil get it goin and driving good and go for a drive wit the eseries

youll here from me soon anyways
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Old 05-17-2005, 18:51   #4 (permalink)
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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

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'91 EB Fairmont Ghia V8.
Pacemaker PH4000 extractors
Meaty semi-twin system
AUII XR8 t/b & maf, ELGT snorkel
Lows
BA semi-manual shifter conversion
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
illegal tint

ET: 14.78 @ 91.48mph, 137rwkw!
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PS, well done on getting your P's jjM! Just out of interest though, are you sure you've got a 3.9? Or is it a series 1 EB?

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'91 EB Fairmont Ghia V8.
Pacemaker PH4000 extractors
Meaty semi-twin system
AUII XR8 t/b & maf, ELGT snorkel
Lows
BA semi-manual shifter conversion
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
illegal tint

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PS, well done on getting your P's jjM! Just out of interest though, are you sure you've got a 3.9? Or is it a series 1 EB?

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thanks mate, finaly good to drive around only dissapointing thing is payin those dam fuel prices , and yep its a 3.9, EB series II S
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PS, well done on getting your P's jjM! Just out of interest though, are you sure you've got a 3.9? Or is it a series 1 EB?

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thanks mate, finaly good to drive around only dissapointing thing is payin those dam fuel prices and very sure, its a 3.9, EB series II S
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That's a very interesting car you have then!

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...

-Dave-

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).
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'91 EB Fairmont Ghia V8.
Pacemaker PH4000 extractors
Meaty semi-twin system
AUII XR8 t/b & maf, ELGT snorkel
Lows
BA semi-manual shifter conversion
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
illegal tint

ET: 14.78 @ 91.48mph, 137rwkw!
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Old 05-18-2005, 01:10   #9 (permalink)
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That's a very interesting car you have then!

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...

-Dave-

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
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http://eseries.com.au/portal/kb.php?mode=article&k=4

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4.0 MPFI introduced in series II



http://www.geocities.com/falconfacts.../ebfalcon.html

Quote:
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.
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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.



http://eseries.com.au/portal/kb.php?mode=article&k=8

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Door Handles

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.
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Engines

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.
Hopefully the last quote helps you

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'91 EB Fairmont Ghia V8.
Pacemaker PH4000 extractors
Meaty semi-twin system
AUII XR8 t/b & maf, ELGT snorkel
Lows
BA semi-manual shifter conversion
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
illegal tint

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