1993 lightning help

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1993 lightning help

Unread postby 93lightning » Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:19 pm

I'm have never done any tuning or know what is needed to get it done
1993 ford lightning 351w. I used fiveoholgy mass air conversion, 42lb injectors w/mass air that's supposed to be matched
11r190 heads, Custom cam from ed Curtis, R series trick flow intake, 75mm throttle body, full bassani exhaust, punisher valve bobby.

I need to know where to go from here and what to do? Truck doesn't run much better than stock and stumbles below 2500 rpm.
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Trick 11r heads, r series intake, mass air conversion, ed Curtis cam, circle d stall

Re: 1993 lightning help

Unread postby SlowBox » Tue Jun 13, 2017 1:52 pm

Welcome to the forum. Most of your questions will likely be answered in the 'Getting Started' write-up on the homepage. We can get your truck running like it ought to.
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Re: 1993 lightning help

Unread postby RIKIL » Tue Jun 13, 2017 2:11 pm

welcome, you have come to the right place. I don't know shit :) I love the help these guys give at the site. Not just the forum but the write ups are REALLY good.

I have come from where you are and I would highly recommend the premium tuning service decipha offers through this site. Best thing I ever did for tuning.

Good luck.
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Vehicle Information: Red, 1992 F150, 351W, E4OD, Vortech V-2 Si trim blower, Snow Performance water/meth injection system, custom cam, Edelbrock Performer intake, Twisted Wedge 205cc heads, shorty full-length headers, MASS Air (converted), tuning with CBAZA / QuarterhorseRT, 4x4, short bed, 33" tires

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