Listen, you dont need to change anything else. Just buy a splitport LOWER intake, and that is all. Nothing else. Dont listen to anyone.
Ok? Everyone else doesnt know what they are talking about. Also, dont get information from people that have V8s like Eli. He doesnt know the V6 way of life. There is a HUGE difference between both the V8 and V6 other than 2 extra cylinders.
Just buy the lower intake, and that is all you need. Period.
The problem with the Windstar/F150/E150 rails is that they hit the bottom of the Mustang upper intake. This can be resolved by using an intake spacer and/or bending the fuel rail.Hey - just something to look at about the fuel rail ... I was at the wreckers a couple weeks ago and I was looking at winstars. A 96 winstar had the return type with the split port that had the connections for the fuel lines pointing to the back ( which if put on a mustang would point to the side in about the same location as a 94-98 ) I wasn't able to pull it but when I get a chance I will as I will need it in the spring. Further down the row was a 98 winstar and the fuel rail connections were pointing to the right side ( to the front on a mustang, which would not work )
If the 96 winstar fuel rail would work, it would make that part of the swap a lot simpler (could probably by it new if needed)
frank is confused by people like this guy telling him this.......
frank, just read and follow the link i posted up at the top. period
I followed the link you provided and have a question myself. I have a 2000 V6, would I have a single port or split port? The write-up makes me believe I have a split port but my dad was saying that it's a single port. So confused
You have a splitport and you don't have IMRC's, which is awesome for FI.I followed the link you provided and have a question myself. I have a 2000 V6, would I have a single port or split port? The write-up makes me believe I have a split port but my dad was saying that it's a single port. So confused