Tuesday, November 6, 2007

How to Modify Ford SOHC Engines


How Do We Make Horsepower
Heads for Power & Economy
Cam Drives, Cam & Valve Trains
Air Filters, Carburation & Manifolds
Exhaust Manifold & Exhaust System
Ignition Systems
Blocks, Pistons, Rods, Cranks & Flywheels
Lubrication & Cooling
Fuels & Water Injection
Nitrous Oxide
Turbo charging & Super charging
Building a C3 Automatic Transmission for a Turbo Engine
Off-roading the Pinto Engine
Building the Engine for a Purpose
Dyno Tuning

The Ford Motor Company introduced their single overhead cam (SOHC) engine in 1970, and since then they have been installing it in close on a million vehicles a year. This means that by now there are a lot of these engines around. In Europe, this engine fulfills a number of duties ranging from everyday workhorse requirements to the higher performance needs of Ford's more sporting vehicles like the RS Escort.


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