sounds like air leak so take a can of starting fluid and spray on the intake and air lines if idle picks up then pin point that spot and that's what u fix
Boat engines are built to hold high rpms (revolutions per minute) for long periods of time. Vehicle engines are not built for high rps or most of the anyways. Vehicle engines also have more torque the marine engine.
Yes, You can only shift it into 4 high while driving. You can not shift to 4 low while moving.
It runs. High octane is what is required by high compression engines in order to prevent pinging. Unless you put the hi octane fuel in the oil filler. Then it will only briefly run before it explodes.
you crushed it
OHV engines run with the camshaft built into the cylinder block, unlike SV engines (no longer used) where they run parallel to the cylinder block. More commonly used in the modern world are OHC (overhead camshaft) engines, which run in a similar manner to OHV engines, eliminate the need for pushrods. The function however? Is the same as any other engine; to spin an axle with high RPM/Torque depending on application.
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Mobile One Synthetic for High Milage engines
The 5.0 L ( 302 cubic inch ) High Output V8 , Ford started using the 4.6 L - SOHC in 1996 in the Mustang GT
I believe from 1983 to 1995 in the Ford Mustang - fuel injection was available starting in 1984 , and then the 5.0 L used in the Ford Explorer from 1996 to 2001 has the same firing order as the high output
Many people use gasoline engines. Most new engines require only 5W - 30 oil mutiviscosity for comfortable driving. For older engines you can choose 10W-30 or 10W-40. Heavier multiviscosity oils such as 20W-40 are for high rpm, high-load applications mainly but avoid using it in extreme weather.
Fan blower motor?Hi-speed relay badSwitch?Motor winding bad
not car engines, but other engines used for industrial purposes can have that high of a capacity.
220 horsepower for the high output 302 in a 1988 Ford Mustang
For Mustangs with factory-installed 289 High Performance engines, the vehicle serial number is stamped into the right-hand side of the block near the battery's negative-cable attachment point.
In a 1978 Ford Mustang II : There were ( 3 ) engines available depending on the model : A 2.3 liter / 140 cubic inch four cylinder A 2.8 liter / 171 cubic inch V6 and A 5.0 liter / 302 cubic inch V8 ( non High Output )
well my 11 yr old mustang geling can jump a 5 ft high round pen fence with ease! It's amazing!
High Bypass turbofan engines use pneumatics (air) for starting the engines.