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Old 05-14-2009, 01:51 PM   #1  
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Default What years and model Ford's have the PI heads/Intake that will work?

Ok, I am going to the pick U pull this weekend and I need to know exactly what years and model car will have the PI heads on them. Mustangs are usually difficult to find, but I can find Crown Vic's, Grand Marquis, F-150's, Thunder Birds, Explorers, etc. From what I gather, the 2001 Crown VIC has them, but the intake is wrong or something like that. Any help would be appreciated.
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I think as far as the trucks and explorers go you need 01 and up heads. If you could find a mustang it would make life alot easier.
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Old 05-15-2009, 12:42 AM   #3  
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Easiest way to find out is call a Ford dealer. Get a part number and then they can tell you what specific year make and model to get them from. Don't forget to get the cams and valvetrain too.
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+1 much better than guessing.
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Found the info below from another Mustang Forum. Hope it helps. Good luck, Tommy.

Mustang had Windsor PI heads from 1999 - 2000.
Mustang had Romeo PI heads from 2001 - 2004.
Crown Victoria and Grand Marquis had Romeo PI heads from 2001 - 2009.

I don't recall what the Ford trucks had and when they switched over.
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The trucks and explorers are Pi from 2001 up also.
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Default Crown Victoria/ Grand Marquis to mustang

I found a 97 Grand Marquis 4.6 and wanted to ask everyone their what they know about what all you have to change to make it work in 99 gt mustang and or what they would go with because it hard to find a mustang 4.6
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