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12-07-2006 02:09 PM
quick5pnt0 Have you seen this yet?
https://www.muscularmustangs.com/tps.php



12-07-2006 08:49 AM
88FOXLX OK I donít have any help for this post, but would like someone to tell me how to adjust the volts on the TPS. I have messed around w/the idle screw and not even know how or what steps to take with the TPS volts. Remember, I am hooked on phonics and a newbie so make it kindergarten please.
12-07-2006 02:32 AM
codmac the voltage would mostly affect the idle, but could cause some other problems to.
12-06-2006 06:40 AM
Mike23386 I set the TPS voltage when I first put the throttle body on. I haven't touched anything since then except for when I just played around with it a couple days ago. It was .95 last time I checked it so maybe I should readjust it. What are some of the things I would notice if the TPS voltage is off?
12-06-2006 12:53 AM
codmac reusing the old block is fine as long as you have it inspected before you have all the work done to it. it would suck to put money into a block thats no good, but chances are that its fine cause its running now. i was reading some of your past posts and i noticed that you said that you had been moving the idle screw in and out, have you been adjusting the tsp voltage as well? if not, that could be a big problem. see any time you move the idle screw, you have to adjust the tsp voltage with it. the voltage should be .98 vdc. if your not sure what im talking about, let me know and i'll explain it or you can do a search for it, its pretty common.
12-05-2006 03:57 PM
Mike23386 Thanks for the link! I think this is the way I am going to go when I build my 5.0 this winter. Should I just start with a brand new block or should I reuse my old block and just have it freshened up/bored .030" over? Yes I do have many trees in my backyard but unfortunately none of them are money trees so I need to work with what I have now and what I will make over the winter.
12-05-2006 12:37 AM
codmac yes the wrist pin in the lower oil ring grove IS a big problem with alot of 347 kits. Coast High Performance (CHP) however has taken care of that problem. ive attached a link below to there 347 page. they also have other kits available. if you want to build a good 347 street motor, this IS the way to go, no questions asked!!!

http://www.coasthigh.com/Assemblies/Ford/ford_347.htm
12-04-2006 09:02 PM
quick5pnt0 As far as I can remember the difference between the 347 and 331 is that the 347 has a longer rod which requires a shorter piston which creates a situation where the piston pin is in the same location as the lower piston ring. This usually results in the engine burning alot of oil.

Now whether or not you'll experience any real problems with that depends on who you talk to because there are alot of guys out there who do run 347s on their daily drivers, but if you want to keep things on the same side go with the 331 which doesn't have the same problem.



12-04-2006 07:16 PM
Mike23386 I think I'll just pull the engine over the winter and buy a trickflow trackheat kit, forged balanced rotating assembly 306ci", and send the block to be bored. Is it true that if you convert your 5.0 302 to a 347 stroker you will have oil problems? I talked to a guy from a Mustang performance shop and he told me if I want it stroked to go with a 331ci" not a 347ci" because they have some kind of oil problem.
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