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  1. Conanski
    Yesterday 09:21 PM - permalink
    Conanski
    Nothing special needed to end up with a reliable motor but do not use a high volume oil pump in a fresh rebuild, there is no need for it if bearing tolerances are correct, it put extra load on the pump driveshaft and cam for no reason, and it won't fit nicely in a stock oilpan. The Ford 1 piece rubber oilpan and valve cover gaskets are fantastic as in no leaks and not that expensive.
  2. G90Bronco
    Yesterday 08:59 PM - permalink
    G90Bronco
    Thanks again. I'd appreciate any other advice you might have for the rebuild. I figure I should do it right the first time...
  3. Conanski
    Yesterday 07:55 PM - permalink
    Conanski
    Yes get a Comp 31-255-5, the stock cam in this motor is brutally small and THE reason this motor is such a pooch. No this won't upset the EFI system.
  4. G90Bronco
    02-10-2016 11:08 PM - permalink
    G90Bronco
    Conanski,
    Hi, I've been following your posts- you seem to know a lot about these trucks. I have a 1990 Bronco with a stock, tired, leaking 5.0. The only modification done is shorty headers. I bought some GT40 heads at a junkyard and had a valve job done in anticipation of an engine rebuild (I'm not doing it myself). Anyway, my question is should I purchase an aftermarket cam or am I going to run into problems with the SD fuel injection. I really don't want to modify the FI. I just want a little bit more power.


    Thanks,
    Grant
  5. Deadsquiggles
    01-11-2016 07:24 PM - permalink
    Deadsquiggles
    What would you recommend for spring weights?
  6. Conanski
    01-11-2016 06:28 PM - permalink
    Conanski
    Yes with upgraded springs it'll be fine, but don't use dual springs or you will have binding problems with the valve stem seals, instead use a heavier set of single springs.
  7. Deadsquiggles
    01-11-2016 05:14 AM - permalink
    Deadsquiggles
    I forgot to add I'll be putting on new springs. If I install springs that can handle the lift, 1.7s shouldn't be a problem?
  8. Conanski
    01-10-2016 09:46 PM - permalink
    Conanski
    You can't use 1.7 rockers with that cam and stock springs but it's not because of valve clearance it's because of coil bind.
  9. Deadsquiggles
    01-10-2016 08:54 PM - permalink
    Deadsquiggles
    Is it likely that I'll have clearance issues with the 35-512-8, GT40 heads, and 1.7s? I'm getting a set of GT40s and all they need is rocker arms.
  10. Deadsquiggles
    01-01-2016 07:42 AM - permalink
    Deadsquiggles
    So what would be a good set of springs to install.

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  • About Conanski
    Location
    Ottawa, Ontario
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    On
    Country
    Canada
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    1990
    Current Mileage
    250,000 or more
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
  • Signature
    Paul (Conan) O'Brien

    2006 E250 4.6L 4R75w 4.10, 2004 Ranger 3.0L 5-sp X-cab 4.10, 1994 Ranger 3.0L 5-sp x-cab 3.45, 2004 Subaru Legacy 2.5L 5-spd
    1996 Kawasaki ZX11D, 2002 Honda VFR800,

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