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If it's an F-series, the pan should be fine, but the engine will be a PI-head (Performance Improved) if it's a 2000 and later.

Need to know the year and series first.
 
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Tag on the valve cover shows 2012
 
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Are the valve covers black plastic, or aluminum? Aluminum is 3-valve, and you don't want that.

If it's a 2-valve (black plastic valve covers) it'll work, but that would have to be an E-series, and you'll need to swap the pan and pickup. Use the exhaust manifolds from the 2012, intake, everything.

You should talk to 5-star tuning about tuning your PCM for the PI-head engine.
 
 
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