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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowride View Post
    05s28?
    This one.
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    There were several revisions... make sure you're looking at the latest one... the switch is 05S28S15 and the jumper harness is 08S01S1. They both include the '93s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopdagook View Post
    I'll have to dig up the paper work, would one of those involve a in line fuse?
    If you can pm me your vin i can check at work tomorrow. I'm a tech at the ford dealer in meridian.

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    ordered gaskets to put my intake together, looks like I got the wrong ones though. the intake has a connection piece at the 2 o'clock position and the gaskets are at the 3 and 9 o'clock. any input? I got the part number from the sticky thread. post #2
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    You gonna be running coolant through your egr?

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    Not sure why Edelbrock 3830 is on the list, the Felpro gaskets listed are the parts you want.

    Fel-pro 61081 (blue in color)
    Fel-pro 61082 (gray in color)

    The above gaskets are correct if you plan on running coolant through the spacer.
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    Someone might want to edit that. I am planning on running coolant through it. There is still exhaust running through it even though all the cats and smog are gone. I had thought about tapping the lower intake and plugging the exhaust port but, I'm not sure if I really want to. I do still need coolant through there if exhaust is right?
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    I believe the eddie # would be for someone not running coolant/gases through the egr spacer or a solid spacer. You need the blue one as listed above. What size gaskets are those? I'll buy em' off you if they are for a 70mm TB?

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    Package says 65 / 70 mm throttle body. I did use the egr valve gasket from the kit. Pm me your address and I'll send them to you it you want them. My treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopdagook View Post
    ordered gaskets to put my intake together, looks like I got the wrong ones though. the intake has a connection piece at the 2 o'clock position and the gaskets are at the 3 and 9 o'clock. any input? I got the part number from the sticky thread. post #2
    http://www.nloc.net/vbforum/showthre...le+body+gasket
    Never paid that close attention to it, but you are correct - the Mustang GT 5.0 gaskets in that Edelbrock kit are similar to, but not the same as the Lightning-unique gaskets. I did a little more research, and here's what I came up with:

    TB-to-EGR-spacer (Ford calls it the "EGR Cooler Gasket"):
    --> L-unique part is F2TZ-9E933-A, but is obsolete and no longer available, and I could find no aftermarket supplier listings - the few that say they make one for our trucks are actually the standard 5.8L gaskets for the 2-barrel TB.
    --> The 5.0 GT part is E7AZ-9E933-B and is what the FelPro #70262 and Vic Reinz #G31121 gaskets are based on - they're close, and lots of folks here are using them with no issues.

    EGR-spacer-to-plenum (Ford calls it the "EGR Valve Spacer Plate Gasket"):
    --> L-unique part is F2TZ-9E464-A or Motorcraft CG-727 - also NLA.
    --> The 5.0 GT part is E7ZZ-9E464-A or Motorcraft CG-697, which is what the FelPro #72543 and VicReinz #G31118 are based on. Ditto above.

    I don't have / couldn't find a pic of the Lightning TB-to-EGR-spacer gasket, but here's one of the EGR-spacer-to-plenum gasket:



    Several old posts here say that after discontinuing the L-unique parts, Ford cross-referenced our application to the '96-01 Explorer 5.0L gaskets and the TB-to-EGR-spacer gasket certainly appears to have the 2-o'clock piece that you observed missing from the Edelbrock set:



    I'll be updating the parts list, but in the mean time, here are the '96-01 Explorer 5.0L numbers:
    --> TB-to-EGR-spacer: F67Z-9E936-AA, FelPro 61082, Victor Reinz G31579
    --> EGR-spacer-to-plenum: F67Z-9E464-AA, Motorcraft CG-733, FelPro 61081

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    Fred,

    Thanks for the info and update. Your parts list is top notch and very helpful.

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    No doubt, awesome thread.
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    Making a little more progress....
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    Looking very Bump-ish!

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    Looks friggin fantastic!

    One thing though? ... brake fluid? ... change please.
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