Leading that charge-as it had since the late 1970s - was the Ford F-Series. The regular cab trims are 210. Please take two minutes to check out this super clean blue 1989 F-150! What's New For 1989 Few changes graced the 1989 F-Series as compared to the. At 170 horsepower, the 6. When done in moderation, owners will notice a moderate performance increase with minimal reliability concerns.
The compression ratio is 8. The cylinder walls of the 7. For safety reasons, a pyrometer is recommended when turning up the injection pump. The compression ratio is 8. Curb Weight-automatic 3947 lbs Vehhistory. This engine generates 210 horsepower, 310 ft-lbs of torque and has a 4 inch bore and 3. The height varied with the trim selected.
We are reliant upon outside agencies for our data, which you resolve to access at your own risk. The availability of pre-formed kits is limited, but having an exhaust shop fabricate a complete exhaust system with a straight through muffler is a viable option. The 1980s forever changed the automotive landscape however, and as the decade came to a close, the rise of the pickup from work vehicle to mainstream transportation was all but complete. . « « « 1989 » » » 1989 Ford F-Series Specs Ford ended the 1980s the same way it entered-number one in domestic truck sales.
Please refer to our terms of service for more information. Loose steering, clunky suspension, and the trademark Ford rust spots were also part of typical F-Series ownership for 1989, as they had been throughout the decade. Manual locking hubs were still an option. The extra displacement resulted in a modest bump in horsepower and just over 20 extra lb-ft of torque. All trims of the 1989 F-250 series have two doors, and are 79 inches wide. And neither Ford nor International knew at the time that this engine would eventually lay the foundation for one of the most successful diesels ever offered.
Four-speed manual transmissions were optional on some trucks, while the three and four-speed automatics were optional across the entire line. The distributor spins counter clockwise, and the firing order should be 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. The two SuperCab trims are 232. The bore is 4 inches and the stroke is 3. It was available with a 4 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission, though a 5 speed variant was offered during its last production year.
Other models continued to use the 5. This really depends on what engine your F-350 has in it and if it is equipped with the California Emissions system. In , pickup trucks were still generally restricted to work duty and seldom featured items like power window or door locks. For a Ford 460 engine the passenger side cylinder bank carries cylinders 1,2,3,4 with 1 being the front most cylinder, the drivers side bank carries 5,6,7,8 with 5 being the front. This engine achieves 150 horsepower and 260 ft-lbs of torque. In 1993, a turbocharged version of the engine was released, which pushed torque to nearly 390 lb-ft. It can be cut off and removed to marginally increase airflow to the engine, though a noticeable amount of intake noise will be present.
If you have a 7. And by nature of being a diesel, its fuel economy capabilities far exceeded that of all Ford's gassers with comparable torque output. None of the information is entered into the databases by ourselves. All beds were Styleside, with dual-rear wheels optional on two-wheel drive versions of the F-350. The accuracy of the information in our database cannot be guaranteed or verified, and we are unable to certify that a vehicle history is complete. Despite having a fraction of the performance potential of modern diesels, the 6. Automatic locking hubs on four-wheel drive versions of the F-150, which had been optional since 1981, became standard equipment later in the 1989 model year.
. . . . .
. . . . . .