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    Specs for Engines

    Ok gang I need a little help here.

    I need to know what engies came in what year vehicle. cid, carb/fi, tranny ect ect ect.
    2008 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Bone Stock

    The modern definition of "racist" is "someone who is arguing with a Liberal".--updated Peter Brimelow quote.

    #2
    EFI was in 5.0L Vics and GMs from 86-91

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      80-84 Towncar: usually EEC-III CFI 5.0/AOD
      85 Towncar: EEC IV CFI 5.0/AOD
      86-90 TC EEC IV SEFI 5.0/AOD
      91-3/92 TC 4.6 SOHC/AOD
      3/92-95 (or so) 4.6 SOHC/AODE
      96+ 4.6 SOHC/4R70W

      CV/GM are nearly the same but went to the 4.6 in the 92 model year instead of the 91 year. The switch to the 4R70W might have been 97. I'm not 100% on that.

      Note thats just standard civilian stuff. Police model CVs had a VV 351/AOD till '91, thereafter the 4.6 SOHC like the civvie models.
      86 Lincoln Town Car (Galactica).
      5.0 HO, CompCams XE258,Scorpion 1.72 roller rockers, 3.55 K code rear, tow package, BHPerformance ported E7 heads, Tmoss Explorer intake, 65mm throttle body, Hedman 1 5/8" headers, 2.5" dual exhaust, ASP underdrive pulley

      91 Lincoln Mark VII LSC grandpa spec white and cranberry

      1984 Lincoln Continental TurboDiesel - rolls coal

      Originally posted by phayzer5
      I drive a Lincoln. I can't be bothered to shift like the peasants and rabble rousers

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        Re: Specs for Engines

        Originally posted by blazingstang
        Ok gang I need a little help here.

        I need to know what engies came in what year vehicle. cid, carb/fi, tranny ect ect ect.
        The 361 came in a 1968 Edsel and it had a carb.

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          :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
          Save a seal, club a liberal.

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            #6
            Re: Specs for Engines

            Originally posted by blazingstang
            I need to know what engies came in what year vehicle. cid, carb/fi, tranny ect ect ect.
            Can you be more specific to what you are trying to find out?

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              Re: Specs for Engines

              Originally posted by Mercracer

              The 361 came in a 1968 Edsel and it had a carb.
              and a C6


              grand_marquis_gt: "Wow dude, you got the GMGT sedan!"


              there, now im cool too

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                #8
                1979-up GM/CV
                1982-up TC

                Better? :evil:
                2008 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Bone Stock

                The modern definition of "racist" is "someone who is arguing with a Liberal".--updated Peter Brimelow quote.

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                  #9
                  Re: Specs for Engines

                  Originally posted by Jason91GM
                  and a C6
                  The C-6 didn't appear until 1966.........hence C(1960's) 6(1966) in the tradition of Ford part numbers.

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                    The 361 came in a 1968 Edsel and it had a carb.

                    That has to be a rare one. I wonder how many were built?

                    The 410 was also avail. in the EDSEL, as was the 223.
                    Speed cost....how fast u wanna go??

                    It's not how much hp u have...
                    It's how much hp u can put to the track...

                    Let's seperate the men from the boys and put that power to the track using street tires and stock suspension components

                    'Tis infinately better to sit quietly and be thought a fool,
                    than to speak and remove all doubt.

                    I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person.

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                      Haha, look who's here
                      Builder/Owner of Badass Panther Wagons

                      Busy maintaining a fleet of Fords

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                        Originally posted by SLYDAWG
                        The 361 came in a 1968 Edsel and it had a carb.

                        That has to be a rare one. I wonder how many were built?

                        The 410 was also avail. in the EDSEL, as was the 223.
                        Sonofabitch........I did it again.......brain fart..........The 361 came in the 1958 Edsel.......58 ...58....58......

                        Yes.......the 410 was another 1 year only engine in the Edsel. The 1958 410 was a MEL engine where the 361 was an FE engine. The FE had a 410 engine also which was Mercury only and was found in 1966 and 1967 Full sized Mercurys. The 223 was a 6-cyl.
                        I don't pay much attention to the MEL or Y-block motors as there isn't much of a performance aftermarket for them, and I am mostly into mid 60's and newer cars. Something to note is that the 430 MEL engine was the first Ford engine rated at 400HP. That was a 1958 option with 6V induction.

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                          2008 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Bone Stock

                          The modern definition of "racist" is "someone who is arguing with a Liberal".--updated Peter Brimelow quote.

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                            [quote="blazingstang"]1979-up GM/CV
                            1982-up TC
                            Better?quote]

                            OK...
                            1979 was first year of 351 2v VV,
                            1982 was the only year for the 2V 255.
                            1983 first year of CFI 302

                            California was the only state to use a VV carb on a 302. I saw them factory on a Mustang, but I am not sure if they ever showed up in anything else.

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                              I think 83-86 you could get a 3.8L CFI
                              Builder/Owner of Badass Panther Wagons

                              Busy maintaining a fleet of Fords

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