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Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 2:29 pm 
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Howdy fellas, i know i may be a bit of a pain in the a*** asking this, but....


Can someone go through the following list and just confirm i have all the right parts ordered, as i dont want them to get over here from the US and be wrong, then i have to spend double the money sending them back.

Just a quick summary of what i have, 302 efi windsor, gt40p heads, E303 cam, 1.72 roller rockers, Cobra inlet manifold with 1" spacer, 65mm Throttle body, 70mm MAF.

ALL OFF SUMMITRACING.COM

Valve springs
FMS-M-6513-A50

valve spring retainers
FMS-M-6514-B50

Valve spring keepers
FMS-M-6518-B351

valve stem seals
FMS-M-6571-A50

Hydraulic roller lifters
FMS-M-6500-R302

Felpro Head gaskets
FPP-1011-2

Head bolts
ARP-154-3601

Felpro exhaust gaskets
FPP-1415

Mrgasket Inlet manifold to head gasket
MRG-5831

MSD Dizzy
MSD-8456

If anyone can help me out, it wouldbe muchly appreciated. As i just want to be certain im getting the right stuff, otherwise the woman will go off her nut if this gets dragged on any further :P

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Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 6:15 pm 
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Seeing that most of those parts are from Ford, why not download the Ford Racing catalogue. It actually states what springs go with what cam on what Ford head.

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 6:22 pm 
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I tried downloading it a few times, and everytime i get to a certain point it cancels. :(

Would be bloody perfect though by the sound of it!!

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:20 pm 
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not sure if your working to a budget .....but you should be able to reuse the hydraulic roller lifters..... unless you suspect theyre getting tired ?
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 Post subject: Re: Some help confirming correct parts
Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:55 pm 
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Howdy fellas, i know i may be a bit of a pain in the a*** asking this, but....


Can someone go through the following list and just confirm i have all the right parts ordered, as i dont want them to get over here from the US and be wrong, then i have to spend double the money sending them back.

Just a quick summary of what i have, 302 efi windsor, gt40p heads, E303 cam, 1.72 roller rockers, Cobra inlet manifold with 1" spacer, 65mm Throttle body, 70mm MAF.

ALL OFF SUMMITRACING.COM

Valve springs
FMS-M-6513-A50

valve spring retainers
FMS-M-6514-B50

Valve spring keepers
FMS-M-6518-B351

valve stem seals
FMS-M-6571-A50

Hydraulic roller lifters
FMS-M-6500-R302

Felpro Head gaskets
FPP-1011-2

Head bolts
ARP-154-3601

Felpro exhaust gaskets
FPP-1415

Mrgasket Inlet manifold to head gasket
MRG-5831

MSD Dizzy
MSD-8456

If anyone can help me out, it wouldbe muchly appreciated. As i just want to be certain im getting the right stuff, otherwise the woman will go off her nut if this gets dragged on any further :P

Cheers

BEN


1)Lifters are correct. Are you sure that your existing ones are stuffed?
2)I'd go for the FMS-M-6514-A50 retainers as the B50s are for stainless valves.
3)Valve keepers look good.
4)Springs are compatible with the other bits you have selected.
5)MSD website is down and I don't have a clue with the other stuff. Make sure you have that timing cover gasket too.

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 11:57 pm 
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IIRC the 1011-2 Head gaskets have the copper ring to suit alloy heads, i beleive the 1011-1's are to suit cast iron heads, or it may be vise-versa.

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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 7:03 am 
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cheers banarcus,

lifters, i willnot be ordering these, untill i know i need them. but just have the part number ready to go if i need it.

yeah i will be getting the rollmaster timing kit.

Jeff, just looked on summit, and they both look exactly the same, and the both say copper ring for aliminium heads :S i shall have to look into that.

Cheers though fellas, great help so far!!

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 8:36 am 
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a bit of info , split your order up so that it is under 1000.00 au inc postage or you will have to deal and pay the customs boys

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 9:08 am 
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Yeah i have heard that. I think this order will be well under $1000, prob only looking at around 3-400 atm. unless i find some more goodies to buy :D

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 9:56 am 
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I would just get an MSD Dizzy cap. I have used the Billet dizzy 8456 before and had problems. Was advised that this is due to our cars running hotter than the US equilivant. I had nothing but trouble with my MSD. Burnt out 3 TFI's in as many weeks
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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 10:12 am 
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Thats good to know brett, why would our engines be running hotter than the US version? I dont have the cash to be spending on stuff that could be useless to me, so thats out the window then.

Cheers brett, You going to AFD? woudnt mind having a chat to you about your car.

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 11:43 am 
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Yes me and the Terrorist will be there, even if i have to tow it behind the ED
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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 1:04 pm 
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okie doke, head gaskets:

1011-1 are the seel ring gaskets
1011-2 are the copper ringed gaskets

So i take it the steel ringed gasket is the one i would want.?

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 2:48 pm 
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and i forgot all about the bloody water pump gasket, that many numbers and s**t going through my head im starting to loose track of it all...

I cant seem to locate the correct water pump gasket. from memory the US version is different, and i cant find anything on rocket or from the local parts joints.

anyone got it handy?

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and i forgot all about the bloody water pump gasket, that many numbers and s**t going through my head im starting to loose track of it all...

I cant seem to locate the correct water pump gasket. from memory the US version is different, and i cant find anything on rocket or from the local parts joints.

anyone got it handy?

BEN


I bought a complete 5.0L set of ROL gaskets from the states for $100 delivered off ebay. It had everything like the stem seals, about 3 or 4 different water pump gaskets, timing cover gaskets and seal, head gaskets, sump... everything. I know that they aren't Felpro but I've yet to find a oil leak on my motor and yet are great value for money. If you need a link to the seller, I dig it up for you :)

 

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