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Old 04-03-2014, 05:02 PM   #41
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:03 PM   #42
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I may know of someone locally who just went TT with a 05 GT500. But I'm unsure if he will seperate the lower and the M122. Also give a shout to MMR. They may of know of quite a few to be had.. Edit: @fordmotorsports I'm going to be sending a pm in a minute..
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:46 PM   #43
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Ok so are we all agreeing on using my new pump with a stock f150 pick up tube and stock f150 pan?
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Ok so are we all agreeing on using my new pump with a stock f150 pick up tube and stock f150 pan?
What I would do.
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No... You will starve the engine for oil.. Use the navi pickup, and find a navi pan from a 00/01..
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Will a stock f150 fuel pump supply a mild navi with say a tuner and exhaust? It's probably close to the limit huh?
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I don't think the pick up tube diameter difference is enough to be a factor. Assuming they dip in the pan the same depth.
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Old 04-03-2014, 10:37 PM   #48
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Will a stock f150 fuel pump supply a mild navi with say a tuner and exhaust? It's probably close to the limit huh?
I need to know this for sure.

I posted same oil pump question on lightningrodder to get some other opinions.
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@MyFX4Project dont see your post on LR? IF you post in the gen 2 section you'll probably get an educated answer more quickly.

I'm pretty certain you'll need the larger capacity 4v pump. Not sure what combination you need tho. I just made a few suggestions, I'm honestly not 100% confident on what you'll need.

But if the 4v flows 8% more stock, and you're engine is going to be hopped up... I'm pretty sure will need that extra oil flow.

EDIT: ask Jimmy @ JDM engineering 732-780-0770. They are extremely reputable engine builders, they will know much more than MMR. If that fails call JJ @ woodbine motorsports 410-259-8737 I can say with confidence that one of these guys can answer your questions. They both specialize in modular engines.
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From my gathering, the inlets on both the 5.4L doch and sohc use 13/16" Inlet's

This is from a 2003 navi and 2003 5.4L f150
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