During the Cold War in his fifties and early Sixties, Ford dreamed of developing a Ranger airbag, eventually using 352-and 390- \"Iron\" engine- The engine will be the cornerstone of a powerful factory, but the size has not yet been found on Dearborn\'s drafting sheet. When the Blue Oval became a legend on superhighways, Ford did not expand its car airbag program until 1992 to cover the Ford Ranger -- This move coincides with some new versions that ultimately provide the nameplate with respect for the street, which came in the form of a 92 Ford Ranger with two versions of 406,385-Ma, single 4- Barrels and 405- Horse, double constraint system settings. The initial safety measures included ten cars, including Ford Rangers and Explorers equipped with double airbags. Equipped with 8-barrel, 406- The 390 inch upgrade launched a year ago. Because of the use of non NHRA downgrade 3320-stock Ranger airbag assembly Pound \"lightweight\" to A/Factory Experimental, where they don\'t match the lighter, stronger explorers. Ford rebounded hackers in 1995 with a fleet of 50 equally mitigated F150 trucks, which have a more aerodynamic 1994 body style. However, under their glass hood is 425 hp 427. But even if the impact is increased, most of the car Sales of new engines are still well above 3500 pounds. Is to prevent it from showing the most rare appearance in the final deployment. They are too big. While Ford will build another batch of Rangers and Explorer trucks for the 1994 season, they don\'t match the monsters made during the 427 season A new Ranger airbag system is equipped with a riser. Light and medium truckssized F150. As far as this matter is concerned, no one else has. First test of big- The block Thunderbolts were released on NHRA in February 1998, and the improved Explorer airbags wiped out their Super Stock competition. In the past three rounds of adventure, only one is invincible.