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    Default New Member! Installing 4.6 Romeo PI heads on Windsor block (00 HD F150)

    Hello to all my fellow Ford enthusiast. This is my first post ever so please bear with me...I have a 2000 HD F150 which unfortunately blew out three plugs on the right bank (cylinders 2,3 and 4). They are Windsor PI heads and I would like to know what is needed to install the Ford Racing Parts 2V Rome PI heads on the Windsor block, besides the obvious valve covers, and front cover bolts. I read a post on on this site dating back to 2/27/2008 by SMITTY77 that said that the oil supply hole on the 2V PI romeo head (passenger side) will not line up with the hole in the Windsor block. There is a triangular pocket that is cast in by the oil hole on the Windsor head (again, passenger side) and not on the Romeo head. Can anyone provide any info on this subject matter? And also, Will the oil fill neck and PCV hole/hose be located on the passenger side Romeo valve covers as they are on the Windsor valve covers. Any other helpful info would be greatly appreciated with this conversion install.

    Thanks,

    Bighawg00
    Last edited by Bighawg00; 09-23-2012 at 05:50 PM.

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