How much hores power dos a 94 ford probe have With headers and catback coldair intake?
the 2.0 had 118hp stock the 2.5L had 164 hp. Ypur question is hard to answer because it depends heavily on who's equipment you're using. (bosai versus borla) I have 94 2.5 which should have 164 hp, but I installed twin turbo w/2.5 intercooler, four inch cat backs, cold air intake, ecm power chip, beefed up axles and joints, strut tower torque rods and frame connectors. Last time I was on the dyno, it registered at 385 hp.
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Answer . Remove the Air Intake Box so you can see in below... there is a pipe running right into the bell where the thermostat is housed. There is one bolt that you need t…o take remove (it is to the right, below the distributor, it goes into the engine block). Then there are the other 12 mm bolts on the bell of the thermostat housing to remove. After removing those the thermostat should be able to come right out.. When replacing i would recommend getting a replacement thermostat with a jiggle pin...
Answer . I think you are wanting to know the horsepower of a Ford Probe. But as you fail to list the year or engine size, it is impossible to provide an answer.
If the original broke while the engine was running, there is no point without a rebuild. This is an interference motor, and your valves will most likely be bent, and possible …damage to the pistons. if the belt just needs replaced 1st, remove the spark plug wires, pcv valve,and fresh air lines from the valve cover. next remove the valve cover. all bolts are 10mm the 2 bolts in the center are longer. when the valve cover is removed, jack the passenger side of the car up and secure with a jack stand,remove the wheel, take a 21mm socket and rotate the crank pulley until the i on the intake cam is pointing at the e on the exhaust cam. Remove the alternator (12mm)and power steering belts (14mm and 10mm), remove the upper timing cover(10mm). Using an impact wrench remove the bottom pulley, do not let the upper timing marks move, when the pulley is pulled the wood-ruff key should be facing up. remove the bottom timing cover (10mm), you do not need to remove the water pump pulley the cover will slide from behind. Lock the cams into place, auto parts stores sale a cam lockout tool for around 30 dollars. once the cams are locked the belt is ready to be removed. use a 7/32 Allen wrench, there is a spot for it in the tensioner (idler is to the front of the car right above the water pump, tensioner is closer to the alternator). Release the tension on the belt by gently pushing the Allen wrench towards the firewall. when tension is released enough slide the belt off of the cams. Be sure your cams and your crank did not move, if they moved you'll have to put them back in place. Also you might consider replacing the tensioner and Idler. place a block of wood on a jack and place under the oil pan. tighten the jack to the oil pan but do not jack the engine up. remove the 2 nuts (15mm) that hold the front engine mount together, then let the engine down enough that they separate enough that you can get the old belt out and the new belt in. once the new belt is in raise the engine and rejoing the two halves of the engine mount put the nuts back on and hit with an impct wrench. let the jack down. Ive found it easiest to route the belt over the cams next to theidler and tensioner, then to reach from underneath the car pull down on the 7/32 Allen wrench with one hand and slide the belt onto the crank gear with the other. Again once the belt is on make sure all timing marks are where the should be I lined up with E on the cams and the woodruff key on the crank pointing straight up. If all timing marks are good, reassemble everything and you will be good to go. If your not auto savy, do not attempt to change this timing belt, take it to a dealer or a tech that is capable. Again this is an interference engine and will be easily damaged by any misalighnment of the timing marks. I've went off of memory here so hopefully I got it all.
there are two Crank sensors on the ford probe GT. One is located in the distributor that control spark and by taking the passenger front wheel off and to the right of the cran…k shaft pully you will see a one bolt device with three wires, that is your lower crank sensor.
if its a v6 then its right on top of the engine. but its i4 then its behind the engine.
in the trunk. under the carpet, in the leftside quarterpanel
If you started with 115HP on your 1993 ford probe you added a cold air intake and headers now what hp are you looking at?
125-130....if you are going to go that route you have to finish the project. intake, headers, high flow exhaust, high flow converter. after doing this whole project you will p…ossibly see 135...but realistically you need to get the thing on a dyno and get it tuned....adding more free flowing intake and exhaust doesnt do much for you except make it sound cool until you adjust the computer....the computer will basically lean or richen the air fuel mixture to make it run like it did without all that work until you tell it otherwise.
inside the trans.. not a job for amatuer
If you put headers catback exhaust injen full cold air intake on a lancer oz rally how much will the car increase in speed performance?
You're probably looking in the range of 40 HP or so, if these are the only mods you make. Other mods can have affects on one another. If you do these mods, go ahead and s…lap-on a hi-flow cat converter as well. It'll be worth it.
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How much horsepower does a 1978 ford 302 with aluminum intake and a 600 dual feed carb with hedman shortie headers have?
That can't be determined by anyone who hasn't had your car on a dyno, but don't expect any more than 270
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Yes. body parts, interior parts and most motor componets are interchangeable. However, the 94 Probe is an OBD-I and the 97 Probe is an OBD-II so there are additional sensors o…n the 97 Probe to consider if swapping motors/wire harnesses, etc.
I believe you meant to ask about an EXHAUST header. Most headers advertise a 10-25% hp increase. I believe that a more reasonable figure is 5-8% depending on the quality of th…e headers. "Tuned" headers tend to yield slightly higher gains because each runner is supposedly the exact same length so there is less backpressure. Some back pressure is okay, so don't try to eliminate it all. Personally I have fabricated my own exhaust headers for quite sometime now, I don't use same length runners, instead I change the rocker arm ratios to adjust for the shorter/longer length the exhaust must travel.
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Enough. Get it dyno'd.