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Performance Upgrades / Re: Polyurethane bushings interest
« Last post by timbo on August 07, 2022, 11:03:32 AM »
Well, as life happens, so do delays.  The week after I returned from out of town my 2yo broke his leg and any time I have home is spent with him.  I did purchase another set of uprights so I can minimize any down time my car has.  They still need to get disassembled and cleaned up before I move forward.

I did make a couple changes to which bushings to use.  I decided to allow some articulation on the lower/inner bushing by using the DayStar spherical type.  The housing will need a little turn on the lathe, but it should minimize any binding in the suspension.  Also, the lateral link (toe adjustment) will remain stock, but using another DayStar bushing.  The housing is a little smaller than the hole, but a little welding will fix that.

I did finally get tapatalk, so I'll upload pictures as I get things done.  The shock bushings did require a little bit of a turn on the lathe, but are done.
have an ecoboost 18 PF with the digital meter
Whenever i shift the gear from
Troubleshooting / Re: 2014 SHO Surging / Loss of Power
« Last post by LipschitzWrath on August 02, 2022, 08:53:27 PM »
Alright, today was the first time I've driven to work since the issue was discovered. I'm happy to report the car is back to normal 100%. I'd consider this issue resolved unless something else comes up.

And for those following along, a new TCM resolved my wife's truck problems. Less than 5 minutes to fix. Too bad it cost me $750.

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Maintenance and Troubleshooting / Re: A little help choosing your next tire
« Last post by Night Hawk on July 30, 2022, 01:11:24 PM »

  I recently ended up going with Toyos in 255, very nice stance and ride.
Hey man thanks for the reply,
I changed the TPM module (no programming required) which does TPMS and the key antenna. I also changed the RFA (which used programmed fine) and checked the 3 antennas which all have in spec resistance. I changed the PCM just in case (which used programmed fine). The only thing that's almost impossible to change is the BCM which I think is the culprit because if I take the fuse out for the BCM, the key response when opening/closing doors is much faster and reliable. I bought a matching number BCM from the junkyard but it's impossible to program with IDS, I think there are some write once bits that can't be changed unless you use a clone tool like IO Terminal. Ford stopped production of my modules the second 10 years was up.
General Discussion / Re: Are SHO and MKS ecoboost engines identical?
« Last post by SHOdded on July 28, 2022, 05:34:01 AM »
but for the noisemaker, should be.

if needing a replacement, will give you compatible replacements.
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Exterior Modifications / Re: Spare Tire on the SHO
« Last post by DesiSHO on July 26, 2022, 05:16:45 AM »
Thing is the spare tire is 255/45/r19 and the regular 245/45/r20, there's only one way to find out i guess
Maintenance, Oil, and Fluids / Re: PTU Vent Leak - How to fix?
« Last post by LipschitzWrath on July 20, 2022, 03:40:52 PM »
Alright, update.

I did another drain and refill with LWSP and haven't smelled anything since then.

The sound was, in fact, the right rear wheel bearing. There are no more abnormal sounds since I replaced it. I also learned a great trick for getting those stubborn wheel bearings out!  Both rears have been replaced now, I'm shocked that the fronts are hanging in there.

I'd say the car is 100% again, but now I am dealing with a surging RPM issue. Maybe you guys could help me out with that, too?

2014 SHO Surging / Loss of Power

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