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Old October 12th, 2007, 05:21 PM   #1
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I have been looking for a Harley Davidson edition for a bit, my parents found one for me near home. Only trouble is my dad INSISTS it is 4x4, and has a 4.6L V6, non supercharged. It is an 1999. I don't believe a 4.6L V6 exists, and I can't believe that they didn't make any non supercharged Harley Davidson F150s. I can believe the 4x4 part.

Can someone set me straight on a few details? Has Ford ever made a non V8, non supercharged HD F150, and a 1999 model year? Thanks!
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Old October 12th, 2007, 06:08 PM   #2
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Ford never made a 4.6 V6....the 4.2 is the V6 they put in f150's....and I dont' think they came in the HD editions, but I could be wrong
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Old October 12th, 2007, 06:10 PM   #3
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Thats what I thought. I don't want a V6 pickup, much less one that SHOULD have a V8. Guess I will have to go scope it out.
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looks like the supercharger is just an option as for the v6 i'm still looking.

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when they were first made they did not have super chargers just the regular v8
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Old October 12th, 2007, 06:35 PM   #6
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when they were first made they did not have super chargers just the regular v8
Yeah, I have been looking. Not all are supercharged. Thats fine, I just dont want a damn V6.
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when they first came out the only difference from a four door f150 was the harley logos the orange on the interior, rims and captain chairs in rear
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correct me if i'm wrong but the harley davidson f150 came out in 2000. it came exte cab only with a naturally aspirated 5.4 v-8. that is until 2002 when the supercharger was added, along with the 4r100 trans, 3.73 gears and the crew cab body style. btw the sc hd f150's were rated at 340 hp
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4.6 v6 is non-existent. It'd be a 4.6 V8, if that motor was the one available and not the 5.4. I think your dad has been drinking.

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correct me if i'm wrong but the harley davidson f150 came out in 2000. it came exte cab only with a naturally aspirated 5.4 v-8. that is until 2002 when the supercharger was added, along with the 4r100 trans, 3.73 gears and the crew cab body style. btw the sc hd f150's were rated at 340 hp
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I have a 4.6l v-8. There was a v-6 F150 in the 1997-2003 body, but I dont remember what displacement it was. The Harley has never been anything but a V-8 though. The Supercharger for 02 and 03 I think was a Roush add-on option.
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Ok, ok ok lets get all the facts straight lol.

All of the following engines are used in the Ford truck line since 1997 excluding the super duties which carried the 351w over one more year.

4.2 = V6 . This engine is a stroked 3.8L with cross ram air intake runners

4.6 = V8 . This engine is a slug, but does do a decent job

5.4 = V8 . This is the ONLY engine used on the Harley Davidson edition. Super chargers were added later. All came with 20" x 9" wheels. Early ones are black with orange stripping and badging.
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I used to work at the plant that produced these. If my memory serves me correct, Silver Bullet and Never Evil are right on the money.
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I used to work at the plant that produced these. If my memory serves me correct, Silver Bullet and Never Evil are right on the money.

You worked in Kansas City?

Or Ontario Truck?

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current specs( dont yell at the table not pasting right):


Powertrain /Chassis

POWERTRAIN
4.2L V-6
4.6L TRITON V-8
5.4L TRITON V-8

Engine Type
V-6 iron block, aluminum heads
V-8 iron block, aluminum heads
V-8 iron block, aluminum heads

Bore/Stroke
3.81 x 3.74
3.55 x 3.54 in
3.55 x 4.16 in

Displacement
256 cu in, 4196 cc
281 cu in, 4606 cc
330 cu in, 5400 cc

Compression Ratio
9.2:1
9.4:1
9.8:1

Fuel Injection
Sequential multi-port electronic
Sequential multi-port electronic
Sequential multi-port electronic

Valvetrain


OHV, 2 Valves per cylinder


SOHC, 2 Valves per cylinder


SOHC, 3 Valves per cylinder, Variable Camshaft Timing

Power
202 hp @ 4,350 rpm
248 hp @ 4,750 rpm
300 hp@ 5,000 rpm

Torque
260 lb.-ft. @ 3,750 rpm
294 lb.-ft. @ 4,000 rpm
365 lb.-ft. @ 3,750 rpm

Oil Capacity
6 qt
6 qt
7 qt

Coolant Capacity
19.7 qt
20.0 qt
20.7 qt

Transmission Type
5-speed manual/4-speed automatic overdrive
4-speed automatic overdrive (4R75E)
4-speed automatic overdrive (4R75E)

Gear Ratios
5-speed manual
4-speed automatic O/D
4-speed automatic O/D

1st
3.90:1
2.84:1
2.84:1

2nd
2.25:1
1.55:1
1.55:1

3rd
1.49:1
1.00:1
1.00:1

4th
1.00:1
0.70:1
0.70:1

5th
0.80:1
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Available axle ratios
3.31:1 / 3.55:1 / 3.73:1 / 4.10:1



If memory serves, the V6 was not available in 2004 for either the full MY or just the initial 6 months of the new bodystyle.
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You worked in Kansas City?

Or Ontario Truck?
Ontario Truck

That was where the idea was formed actually. It was presented ot Ford corporate bey some line workers in Ontario Truck.

I also did work in KC after 2000.

Did I forget to mention Lothos is a good source of info too?
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Did I mention I have the entire Ford archives at my disposal. I can tell you the material used on the seats of the original cougar if I wanted to.

Seriously, there's alot of oddities out there that are undocumented to a large degree. My 1998 F150 for instance is one of a select few in a short run between design changes that has the oil filter remotely mounted behind the left headlight because of something on the 4.6l v-8 changed.
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Did I mention I have the entire Ford archives at my disposal. I can tell you the material used on the seats of the original cougar if I wanted to.

Seriously, there's alot of oddities out there that are undocumented to a large degree. My 1998 F150 for instance is one of a select few in a short run between design changes that has the oil filter remotely mounted behind the left headlight because of something on the 4.6l v-8 changed.
Diesel? Maybe it was mounted there because they were spinning off pulleys on the "Rolls Test" (end of the line).
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Hey lothos, my oil filter on my Expedition is under the driver headlight on the frame rail. Its on a 5.4 engine.


btw could you get me the specs on a fox body chassis mustang axle mounting points and the specs on a mn-12 thunderbird IRS mounting points and see how close they are to a bolt in swap? A friend wants to make an IRS foxbody.

thanks

BTW to the original post, only buy the Harley edition if you have deep pockets for the insurance on it and keeping it clean.
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