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  1. Can't see whats in the link

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  2. I haven't tested all the water pump types but a stock water pump will do fine when coupled with a good 2 or 3 core radiator.

    You could also use a hi-flow belt driven pump (25-35% more flow then stock) with a 2 core radiator.

    You'll only need a electric pump if your really racing the Bronco and keeping it in the upper RPMs for the majority of your drive.

    A large benefit is to ditch the factory style cooling fan and install 2 quality electric fans with electric fan shroud.

  3. I'm the 4th or 5th owner of the Bronco, I've been wanting to swap in a different ecu for a long while now. Problem is all the companys that made a kit back in 2004-2008 when ecu swapping was all the rage most of them are gone now. Thankfully fiveologyracing is still in business. The opportunity really presented it self when one of the caps leaked out onto my board. Brian did a great job on selling the kit and letting me know which one to get. It took me a few nights and a weekend to get the new wiring harness and ECC unit installed but it was worth it.

    I contacted Brian about my 212 code and he said that was a common problem with the Gray TFI and the new ECU that are from a 1995 MAF 5.0 F-150. He sent me a wire and some instructions, I found a Black TFI from a Ford dealer in CA, (nos part) and shortly after the part arrived I installed the new TFI.

    Also found a few other loose wires and patched them up. Since installing the new Black TFI I havn't had the 211 code.


    The engine was rebuilt by a shop under the 3rd owner of the Bronco. That was 45k ago.

  4. Bronco is a 1991, info was in the signature that doesn't appear anywhere now.

    Fav Bronco year is 1993, Has the body style commonly supported by the After Market parts manufactures. Was also the last year before FoMoCo added airbags.

  5. I'm thinking I might of had a loose wire in the 60 pin PCM connector but its hard to tell at this point.

    Swapped the gray TFI out for a new Black one, have gone 7days with no issue. I'm almost to the point that I can start taking long road trips in the Bronco Again.

  6. Wow, I havn't posted an up-date in here since March! 0_0

    guess that's what happens when I start working long days.

    I got all the wiring button'd up and have been driving the Bronco, finding a glitch and fixing that issue and moving on.

    Swapped out the old Push Start style TFI for the New CCD TFI.


    Going from the gray to the Black module improved my throttle response greatly. Overall I'm very happy with the results with my MAF conversion. My only issue is how the PCM does the load calculations for 3rd. But I'm finding more and more that I might have a 3rd gear issue caused by the old Bronco computer.  Still liking the feelings of the shifts with the Banks transcommand. Feels like a shift kit.

  7. Ya know, I didn't have a coolant leak till I join'd in on this conversation. 🤣 Thankfully mine is just a bad 5/8 hose going from the intake to the water pump. Stop by O'reilly tomorrow and get a new one.

  8. Got done wiring in the new EEc from fiveologyracing.com, Took the computer a lil bit of time to learn how to idle correctly. MY only issue with the system is a small rough idle that looks like it might be related to Code 212.

    I did some google searching and 212 might be caused by a bad 22k resistor, or I might need to change my TFI to one that is for the 1994 F-150.

    I've seen on different forums that I will need # DY-1077.

    The Bronco runs with out issue just has this KOEO 212 code,

    Do I need the TFI with the 3 pins on top or do I need the one with out the upper pins?



  9. The Top is about 125lbs.


    The best way would to have the ability to hook the front and back of the top and pull up on it and drive out from under it. Kinda blank on how to make that theory work. My only worry about the item you have a link to is that it might be too light.


    Here is an idea: