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post #1 of 6 Old June 12th, 2007, 12:11 AM Thread Starter
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4.6L PI Head Swap Kit

So I know that one of the most popular things to do to our NPI motors is to swap in some PI heads and/or intake. I was looking around and ran into this kit on the net: http://www.parkwayperformance.com/2vheadswap.asp

The price looks a little high (considering I think I've seen heads for sale for ~$400). But the kit is all new parts, and there is a lot of other stuff in the kit.

Has anyone used this company, and is this a good deal?

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there iis an ebay dealer who has these kits for around 1,200 shipped they sell the gasket kit for like 200 the heads 400-425 each and the intake manifold with gasket is like 210 not too mention shipping costs....

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Yeah I've heard of these people. They are legit'. I've also seen them in a couple of mustang magazines. I pieced my own kit together from RPMoutlet.com and ModularDepot.com for about the same price. But I got a Typhoon manifold instead of the stock plastic one. So I technically came out about $200-$300 less. Some people hate the typhoon but i have had too many problems with the plastic ones. That madulardepot place knows ALOT about PI swaps. But make sure you get ALL the parts you'll need for the swap before you start, or else your car will be in pieces waiting for the one little thing you forgot.
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Thanks for the advice about all of the parts. That's why I specifically wanted to get a kit, so it would have EVERYTHING. They state on their site that the only thing it doesn't come with is oil and and oil filter.

Based on your install do you see anything that's missing from their list that you found mandatory or even helpful?

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that looks way over priced...get the headz and the head changeing kit from ford racing...heads will cost about 600 brand new the head changeing kit from them is 120...the alt bracket you really dont need unless you want it to be on there...the intake id get from e-bay only other thing than that you will need are the cam bolts..least i did with my swap and the intake gaskets
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