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For Those Thirsty For More Power
This thread is intended to provide a checklist of parts needed and point you to a write-up on how to convert an Early Bronco equipped with the stock inline 6 to a small block V8.

First, A Word Of Advice
Basically, this project involves eliminating everything forward of the transfer case a Read more
Posted by bfoldy - Last Activity 10/12/15 02:10 PM by mynous Go to last post
Explanation of the Vapor Separator bottle
Many Bronco owner who are working on the interior of their vehicles soon discover a odd-shaped plastic bottle beneath a metal cover on the inside of the drivers side quarter panel. Several tubes exit the plastic bottle from the bottom that disappear into the floor, and one comes up through t Read more
Posted by MarsChariot - Last Activity 11/17/11 07:42 AM by Bronk Go to last post
Some common reasons for your engine to run hot
As with a lot of older vehicles, the Bronco cooling system is prone to overheating, if not properly kept up. Some of the sources of overheating are listed below:

Not enough coolant in the radiator. You should check the coolant level every 200-300 miles or so. If you have the coolant recove Read more
Posted by thesnake - Last Activity 08/06/10 02:20 PM by Cali Orange Go to last post
FAQ concerning the pros and cons of running propane as your primary fuel system
This FAQ is for propane only systems. A gasoline/propane system does exist,however that is another topic.

Pros
:A propane engine will run on vertially any angle, Probably upside down, however, this has yet to be tested personaly.
:Not susceptible to fuel slosh; won't stall unless you stall i Read more
Posted by 66Gasgrill - Last Activity 01/17/09 07:42 AM by OX1 Go to last post
Problems Filling Gas Tank(s)

The Problem:
There are several difficulties commonly encountered when filling the gas tanks:
(1) Gas sloshes out if you try to fill the tank at a reasonable rate and can only be added veeerrrrrry sllloooooowwwwwwllllly.
(2) Variation on (1), the fuel pump shu Read more
Posted by MarsChariot - Last Activity 06/02/08 08:23 PM by nebraskafootbal Go to last post
Questions about Engine Compression Testing
What is a compression Test?
A compression test is a test performed to determine the internal health of the engine. You use a special tool that you either press into the spark plug hole or you screw into the spark plug hole. This tool measures the pressure the piston creates on the compressi Read more
Posted by bigpappa - Last Activity 05/30/08 05:18 PM by zeeman1 Go to last post
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