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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-10-2013, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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For sale : Pi swap parts

These parts are good for pi swap. I would like to sell as a whole lot. I do not have paypal but I don't Mind a check of money order. Pm me with questions!

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96 tbird cruse cable
96 throttle cable
96 throttle body
04 explorer plenum
96 egr solenoid
96 egr valve
96 dpfe
96 intake tube

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I have a '95, is that everything I would need for the swap?
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I have a '95, is that everything I would need for the swap?
Well, you also need the PI Intake (which I happen to have one that I want to clean up good and drill the 2nd sensor tap before I sell it), and a fuel rail.

About the fuel rail, I used one from a Crown Vic because then you can change just the rail. A lot of people use the 96-97 TBird rail, but the problem there is the leads are in the wrong place (in the rear corner instead of the middle like your 95), so you have to swap the 96-97 fuel lines in too.

I have the Crown Vic rail, too. That is MUCH easier IMHO.
You also need the little red/green vacuum lines from a 96/97 - I have those too.

If you're seriously gonna buy all TwoHaggard's stuff, I will sell you the rest of what you need to do the swap (and help you do the swap). Problem is it will be a few weeks before I'm back home and can pack it up for you and help you get it done!

Let me know and good luck with whatever you decide.

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Thanks! I'm seriously thinking about buying that stuff. I've got a vacuum leak somewhere that I need to fix (P0181 code, rough/low idle, I'm guessing a cracked hose) so I might as well do this at the same time while I have the top end tore down.
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Well, you also need the PI Intake (which I happen to have one that I want to clean up good and drill the 2nd sensor tap before I sell it), and a fuel rail.

About the fuel rail, I used one from a Crown Vic because then you can change just the rail. A lot of people use the 96-97 TBird rail, but the problem there is the leads are in the wrong place (in the rear corner instead of the middle like your 95), so you have to swap the 96-97 fuel lines in too.

I have the Crown Vic rail, too. That is MUCH easier IMHO.
You also need the little red/green vacuum lines from a 96/97 - I have those too.

If you're seriously gonna buy all TwoHaggard's stuff, I will sell you the rest of what you need to do the swap (and help you do the swap). Problem is it will be a few weeks before I'm back home and can pack it up for you and help you get it done!

Let me know and good luck with whatever you decide.
It's easiest to just use the 96/97 fuel rails and buy 16" of 1/4 in. fuel line hose, cut em to size and clamp them on. Easy as pie. However your way is also an option, just more in the way of the intake tube imho.



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It's easiest to just use the 96/97 fuel rails and buy 16" of 1/4 in. fuel line hose, cut em to size and clamp them on. Easy as pie. However your way is also an option, just more in the way of the intake tube imho.
Your way may be easier, but its not exactly the right way to go about extending a fuel line.
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TwoHaggard, if you still have this stuff I'll take it.
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TwoHaggard, if you still have this stuff I'll take it.
You may want to PM him, too!

I'll get pics of the rest of the stuff you'll need when I get home in a couple of weeks.

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Your way may be easier, but its not exactly the right way to go about extending a fuel line.
I agree! Reminds me of people I've seen patch transmission lines the same way!!!

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Very hard to pass up that deal and offer !
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You may want to PM him, too!

I'll get pics of the rest of the stuff you'll need when I get home in a couple of weeks.
Just PM'd him. Thanks!!!
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Pm workin the deal with Dave for now

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