Question about Ford Thunderbird
Sounds like the smoke might be unburnt fuel and the fuel injection(ecu) needs to be plugged into a lap top while vehicle on dyno and set up the fuel curves etc to the engine requirements.You have changed too much.Your original air flow meter will no longer be sending the correct signal due to your intake mods being way outside the way it was supposed to run and your airflow speeds have changed there by changing the signal the ecu gets.Good luck
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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