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Old 04-04-2014, 12:18 AM   #51
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@4x4dave I posted the thread in the creations section I think. Didnt want to fill up the lightning section and have them get all butt hurt lol
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We all need to get together and add some parts list for one another.
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I wouldn't use the 150 pickup because in the higher RPM's it can and will starve the top end..
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I wouldn't use the 150 pickup because in the higher RPM's it can and will starve the top end..
So a stock navi pump and a stock navi oil pan would have all the pick up I would need without starving the engine and wouldnt need any modifications to slip in to our engine bay?
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As long as its from a 00/01.
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As long as its from a 00/01.
The 00/01 pump and pan will bolt up to any 4v 5.4? I am trying to get my parts list right before I jump into this so please pardon my questions.

Could I possibly use the fuel pump from a navi to supply it or will it not be able to keep up with flow either and will it even bolt up? Im looking for numbers around the 345hp/385tq mark if that helps out any.
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The 00/01 pump and pan will bolt up to any 4v 5.4? I am trying to get my parts list right before I jump into this so please pardon my questions.

Could I possibly use the fuel pump from a navi to supply it or will it not be able to keep up with flow either and will it even bolt up? Im looking for numbers around the 345hp/385tq mark if that helps out any.
Hey jprevat, I'll probably ditch my current walbro 255 fuelpump if your looking for one. It plugs right into the f150 fuel hat with no mofifications or special wiring. Heck i can offer you the entire fuel hat if you can wait a week or two. Has probably 5000 miles on it lol. This pump will easily support the power levels you mentioned. It's already feeding an engine which makes more power.

I'm getting 2 new walbro 255's that slightly different model which goes into the lightning fuel hat.
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Old 04-04-2014, 09:42 AM   #58
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Hey jprevat, I'll probably ditch my current walbro 255 fuelpump if your looking for one. It plugs right into the f150 fuel hat with no mofifications or special wiring. Heck i can offer you the entire fuel hat if you can wait a week or two. Has probably 5000 miles on it lol. This pump will easily support the power levels you mentioned. It's already feeding an engine which makes more power.

I'm getting 2 new walbro 255's that slightly different model which goes into the lightning fuel hat.
If hes not interested, you got a buyer right here. Id be able to throw this in the truck before I put my new engine in correct? Might go to ford and price out a 00 navi pick up and pan today.
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If hes not interested, you got a buyer right here. Id be able to throw this in the truck before I put my new engine in correct? Might go to ford and price out a 00 navi pick up and pan today.
Yeah no tune or adjustments needed. Just toss in the new pump and drive. No soldering, adapting etc... Plug n play baby!

I put in my pump several weeks before i did the s/c swap, so I figured if I ran into any weird issues i knew with 100% confidence it would be with fuel delivery. When your troubleshooting the swap down the road, it's always comforting knowing that your pump is not causing issues and you can better isolate what parts aren't working. Plus it's one more thing that's already done!
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Old 04-04-2014, 09:58 AM   #60
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Yeah ive been considering a fuel pump for a while but havent heard anything about needing a new fuel pump until now.
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