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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-28-2006, 04:10 AM Thread Starter
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Mods for a 1st gen

I want to know what mods can be put on a 1st gen motor. I want to know what you guys have, so when I swap a 1st gen in to my F250. I want an idea of what I can do.

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well is it a early first gen you know rotarty pump(89-93) or a late 1st gen (94-98)
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1st gen is 89-93 whick is a VE rotory pump 89-91.5 is non-intercooled, 91.5-93 is intercooled both with the VE pump, 94-98.5 is a second gen which is a inline P7100 pump, if you want high hp the P7100 is the pump to have
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dbogo your right i don't know what i was thinking last night, but on a side note i have seen 1 rotary pump truck lay down some good hp and some crazy times, and i looked to make sure it was still rotarty pump
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but on a side note i have seen 1 rotary pump truck lay down some good hp and some crazy times

I assume that you are talking drag racing. What would be considered crazy times? And how much HP?
Just curious
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he laid down well over 400hp and like 13.2's with a excab at 5k feet and it was a STICK, i about **** my pants
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I was looking at swappinng in a 93 motor. If I swap the 93 in would the P7100 pump be able to be swapped on the motor. What I was planning on


POD Injectors
Intercooler
Bigger Turbo
5 or 6 inch miter cut stacks
Water or Methanol injection
High Performance Fuel Pump
Air filter
Guages
Fuel Pin (if it woud work on the 93 motor)

Any other suggestions

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yea that P7100 can be swapped onto a 1st gen motor its not terrably hard and you wouldnt get a fuel pin if you put the P7100 on you would get a plate, the fuel pin is the equivalent of a plate in a VE
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Ok thanks. Was there anything that you would suggest putting on the motor.

Truck: 1990 Ford F-250 5.0 EFI, 4x4 , Longbed, 5 speed w/ Hurst shifter, K&N FIPK, Line-X Bed liner, Ford Racing Valve Covers, 2 1/2 in exhaust w/ 4 inch SS tips, A pillar pod filled with Autometer Pro Comp Ultra Lites , Custom switch box w/ 5 switch panel, and more to come

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the P7100, injectors (POD's), fuel plate (0 or 100), turbo (HX hybrid, HX40, S300...), filter (AFE, BHAF), guages (diprocal, autometer, isspro), intercooler bigger is better, thats about it it depends how crazy you want to go with it
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