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PostSubject: TFS headed 302 complete MAF to oil pan   July 29th 2013, 09:22

I picked up a pretty rough 86 last week, but it has a nice little TFS headed 302 in the engine bay and runs very well. Obviously street tires are no true test for a 300 rwhp 5 speed car on the street, but she blows off the 245/50/16 street tires in 1st, 2nd, and part of 3rd gear LOL. It's got a good working Tremec 3550 in it and short shifter, but don't know which clutch and shifter at this point. I'm asking $2600 for the motor from air filter to oil pan (no exhaust).

302ci (I need to pull the pan to verify it's not better than a 302, but if it is, good deal on the buyer's part)
Chrome factory style double hump oil pan
TFS #1 cam (it has a cam in it, was told TFS #1, can verify if you want to buy gaskets)
TFS Twisted Wedge Heads
TFS 1.6 roller rockers
Trick Flow Valve covers
TFS street or track heat intake (I don't know the difference?)
Polished throttle body/egr, I'm assuming 65-70mm, probably professional products or something
Aftermarket injectors, no color on injectors, will check C&L tube to confirm size
C&L MAF sensor
Cold Air Intake piping (MAC or BBK?)

Again the engine feels strong for a little 302, but how much can you tell with regular ol street tires? Oil pressure looks good. Only noticed a slight water drip on the water pump where it looks like a bolt is backed out some.

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PostSubject: Re: TFS headed 302 complete MAF to oil pan   August 1st 2013, 14:40

To tell the difference on the Trick Flow intakes, you'll have to look on the bottom of the upper manifold. On the driver's side of the upper manifold (right side if you're facing the engine bay), grab your phone and reverse the camera screen and look for any stampings. If the stampings start with TFS and end in 1U, then you have the street heat. If the stampings are TFT and end in 2U, then it is the track heat.

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PostSubject: Re: TFS headed 302 complete MAF to oil pan   August 12th 2013, 07:37

pretty good deal!

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