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Old 12-27-2013, 09:27 AM   #11
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Hello! I completed my v10 into a f150 but I have not been able to get it to run? is there anyone that could help with how they did there wiring ? I changed my pin outs for the v10 but im thinking it might be problem with security issue? need help?? thanks brian
It's probably out of gas. And then when you fill it up and start it, it's probably empty again. Maybe you need an auxiliary fuel tank? Or maybe a couple 55 gallon drums full of fuel should keep it running for a minute or two.
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Old 12-27-2013, 09:34 AM   #12
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Brian ok yes it will be a pats issue it will need programmed to that pcm
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Old 12-27-2013, 12:55 PM   #13
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Why would you swap in a V-10 when you'll have more hp, tq, and mpg's with a supercharger? And the price is about the same
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Old 12-27-2013, 01:03 PM   #14
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My point is, how can you tell, knowing absolutely nothing about the guy other that he sounds like an idiot and owns a v10 f150?

What do you think @my67falcon?
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Old 12-27-2013, 01:04 PM   #15
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Oh, I watched the video..... It is a V-10.... The early 4.6 and 5.4's didn't have a intake plenum like the one in the video......
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That shows the handicapped plate. And your point is?

Yes the guy has a handicapped plate on his truck, and no he is not in a wheel chair. That means diddly squat. He could have some disability like kindney failure, cardiac problems, severe back problems etc...

The handicapped plate is not restricted to just folks in mobility devices. It is there to support those with a medical necessity. The fact that you can't see the medical necessity does not invalidate the need... The placard we had was priceless hauling my brother in law around prior to his transplant surgery and recover...
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Is it missing 3" exhaust pipes?
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I think a v10 half ton would be awesome as long as it was a 05-up 3 valve V10, I had a 06 F350 with that engine some mods a programmer and cai and it had some hp would outrun all my buddies 6.0 diesels and pull a house lol and was getting 15 mpg on highway with a light foot. Im sure it would do better in something with less weight. But just my opinion. Everyones got to have a hobby lol
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Just watched the video, I see he must used the older v10 which I wouldn't of messed with.
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That shows the handicapped plate. And your point is? Yes the guy has a handicapped plate on his truck, and no he is not in a wheel chair. That means diddly squat. He could have some disability like kindney failure, cardiac problems, severe back problems etc... The handicapped plate is not restricted to just folks in mobility devices. It is there to support those with a medical necessity. The fact that you can't see the medical necessity does not invalidate the need... The placard we had was priceless hauling my brother in law around prior to his transplant surgery and recover...
Agreed. I have DV plates, and not all disabilities are visable...
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