Ford Escort Engine

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I have a 96 Ford Escort 1.9L engine in a race car. The engine is new. Has about 200 miles on it. It is low in power. Meaning that my shift point from 4th to 5th has move about 500 feet down the track. We replaced: Fuel pump, fuel filter (and checked fuel pressure 30ftlbs at idle), O2 sensor, fuel injectors, fuel injector pressure regulator, alternator, relays (ignition and fuel pump). Checked timing belt and MAS. Both looked OK. Does anyone have a suggestion?

posted by  rwbauman

Hey there captain douche-bag, we'd all appreciate it if you'd stop f*ckin' double posting. Thank you and have a nice day.

posted by  Sick88Tbird

Sometimes mistakes happen. You language and attitude is disgusting. i assume you are an immature little kid. Therfore I accept your apology .

posted by  rwbauman

Mistakes do happen...but are you that scatter-brained that you forgot you posted the exact same thing the day before??? If so, see your doctor....as for an apology, I never gave one, therefore there is nothing for you to accept other than the fact that you should be paying attention to what, where, and when you post......remember, THINK, TYPE, SUBMIT.

posted by  Sick88Tbird

Have you checked the compression

posted by  barretire

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