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Old 10-07-2012, 11:57 PM   #1
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2v tf or 4v?

If I swapped in a 5.4, should I go with a 2 valve trick flow, or a 4v?
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4v is what i suggest however.not sure how that would clear cause of 4v heads
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5.4 DOHC won't fit under the stock hood
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I figured as much, although I think I read somewhere that it will fit tightly.
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I figured as much, although I think I read somewhere that it will fit tightly.
It won't fit
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It would...........but the amount of modifying and cuttin firewall and frame is not worth tje headache.......specially cutting intp the frame
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If it requires cutting the frame I consider that not fitting.
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