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Hey all yee Bullittheads,

I'm like less than a week from a PI-headswap mod. along with adding a Bullitt intake to my 4.6L '96 T-Bird, and lo' and behold...I see that I'm missing one minor part (that I'd like to secure) for the overhaul.

It seems I have the heated PCV short bent airtube that goes from passenger side cam cover to the upper intake plenum's spider-like "S" tubing config. (even though I'll not be using that set-up as my car's not retrofitted for this heated pcv addition...so I'll just cap it off)

-but what I still need is the complete cross-over line (hose assembly) that runs from the driver's side cam cover, across the front of the intake -and over to plug into the Bullitt intake tube port there (just forward of the IAC slightly larger tube with the rectangular plastci box on it).

I hate to bother and pester so many Ford parts counter guys if I don't have to and can at least get a p.n. -as various Bullitt specific parts are hard to isolate in many parts data banks even still today.

Could anyone that has access to their Bullitt do me a quick favor?...
Just take a look see at the p.n. (it 'may be' an engineering number, but that's O.K. too! :grin:)-that's stamped or labled on their forward most pcv intake tube and post it here for me.

I'd really appreciate it, -it's the tube system that has a couple sections that have a couple right-angle plastic fittings along it and goes from driver's cam cover pcv valve into the intake tube body. Any/ all p.n.'s you may see (as it may be a deal with more than one piece or p.n. ---I dunno?) would REALLY help me out tremendously.

I shall "Thank in Advance" any/all Bullitthead folks that could do this small favor for me.

And lastly remember... all great BullittClub "fortunates"; Please don't stretch to gander for even a second that with my Bullitt intake on my Birdie, I'm tryinig to clone something I ain't. Naaaah, that ain't my style. It's just a nice piece (that intake), and not being able to own or afford a new Bullitt (or willing to pay for the FRPP -SVO intake, and I'll be using '01 PI-heads anyhows), and with so few other aftermarket intake choices for the 4.6L 2v, I'm just trying to give my Birdie some few 'more efficient' feathers -so to speak... cuz as a stocker, she's quite an Albatross (gooney bird!) and I much more like Birds of Prey (*wink) :grin:

Thank You...
And to all Bullittheads--- a "Happy Thanksgiving" to all!

Peace,
Dreamcatcher
 

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IF I'm interpreting your request correctly, mine is only 1 piece, though this may be an illusion as it is covered with foamy insulation. The part number on the label wrapped around it is

1R3E-6758-CA

I think this is what you are looking for.

Edit: It does fit "on their forward most pcv intake tube"

Joe

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Man....that was "FAST"!

Joe----what a friend ~man. :grin:

I think that must be it..., although I didn't know it was covered in foam and all.

I have the IAC -short, fatter tube piece that runs from the throttle-body IAC solenoid to the intake air tube (it's the one with the rectangular box thingie). It's p.n.#2R3E-9H308-BA and has some thick hose to it.

Then (like I said), I was sent the (passenger's side to the rear upper intake plenum's) shorter kinda "C" curved piece that's also wrapped in that blck sponge insulation for the heated "pcv" system [which I won't even have -as my older car does not have all this]. It was p.n.#1R3Z-6C324-AA b.t.w.

But based on what you're saying (...as I had no idea this longer -and a littl' more slender than the other short, fat tube) here and with that "different" part number from any I have, this "must be" it.

It has like a right-angle fitting in it where it's coming from being near parallel with the driver's-side valve cover, and then travels across the intake and hooks to the intake tube just after the MAF.

"Thanks ALOT bud... I appreciate it!
I don't personally know anyone owning a Bullitt (*sigh), so it has made parts chasing kinda a hassel at times.

And lookie ~another T-Bird owner at that. :grin:
Well..... former (I mean). All good birds go to Thunder"Heaven" they say anyways... R.I.P.

Have fun w/your Bullitt man. Bet she looks erotic as Hell w/that Zaino glass on her!

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I'm never the guy with the info, since my car knowledge is decent, but spotty. So now I've had my 5 minutes of fame since I was at work still (overnight shift this week), and the car was 6 feet away from me outside the window. :grin:

Glad to help ya! And I really miss that Thunderbird!! Bullitt or not! The anniversary of its death is about 5 weeks away. :sad:

Good luck!


Joe

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