William Medeiros is the owner of a very unique 1995 Ford Ranger. The wild creation is powered by a twin-turbo 7.3 L Power Stroke diesel V8 mated to a E4OD four-speed automatic transmission. The engine and transmission placement required a custom firewall/tunnel while the turbo piping required the hood to be modified. He keeps the V8 cool using a 32×18-inch aluminum 4-core radiator and two electric fans. The front axle is a Dana 35 TTB (Twin Traction Beam) with Dana 44 knuckles and Chevy 3/4-ton 8-lug spindles. The rear axle is a Dana 70 from a 1981 F-350 with a disc brake conversion.
Source: Ranger Station, Ranger Station (build thread), and William Medeiros
I love this… Godbless all
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This is insane. There is literally nothing besides an engine under the hood.
I have a 1990 ford ranger XLT that I want to do just the same thing that you did to that ranger
Could a knowledgeable mechanic(s)tell me how to properly convert gasoline engines to diesel engines.thank you.
Also how to properly install twin charging for a 1995 7.3 powerstroke diesel.thank you.