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Old 17-07-2024, 04:36 PM   #2041
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Hi.Iím looking for a vrs gasket set to suit Boss 260 32v (2004 BA xr8 Ute)Ö any suggestions ? . I know that cheap ones arenít necessarily good and good ones arenít necessarily cheap .. any suggestions or advice would greatly appreciated . cheers
There used to be a genuine VRS kit for the 260 Boss,part number BAFP6079B, how ever long obsolete.

Suggest you try someone like Rocket Industries to see if there is an aftermarket equivalent through a brand like Fel Pro or the alike.

Maybe contact Herrod Performance in Melbourne who worked on this things as well.
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Old 17-07-2024, 04:53 PM   #2042
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Howdy GT,

This may be a bit of a Hail Mary, but I'm looking for an Idle Speed Controller for my 1997 XH Falcon 4ltr. Figured it couldn't hurt to ask if any Genuine Ford NOS is still floating about, and if you even just happened to know the Ford part # that would be fantastic.

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Hi mate,

More information required, GLi, Outback, XR etc? Even a VIN will help.

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Old 17-07-2024, 06:53 PM   #2043
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Do you have or do you know where I can get some fresh airbox torx screws for the FG Falcons. Also anyone know what size they are/ part number

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Have a look below and advise which screw you are referring to. Note this is for 4.0L NA or Lpi, Turbo, V8 and earlier LPG vehicles have slightly different housings, which one are you referring to?

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Old 17-07-2024, 07:35 PM   #2044
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Have a look below and advise which screw you are referring to. Note this is for 4.0L NA or Lpi, Turbo, V8 and earlier LPG vehicles have slightly different housings, which one are you referring to?

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Thanks for the reply GTLEGEND

It's for an NA FG Mk II xr6. Looking at the image you uploaded its 9B600
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Old 17-07-2024, 09:05 PM   #2045
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Thanks for the reply GTLEGEND

It's for an NA FG Mk II xr6. Looking at the image you uploaded its 9B600
Part number is BG9B600C, unfortunately obsolete.
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Part number is BG9B600C, unfortunately obsolete.
Damn that sucks . Wonder what I could use instead
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Old 17-07-2024, 10:09 PM   #2047
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Damn that sucks . Wonder what I could use instead
I would check out you local wreckes and get one from there, keep it all original..
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Old 17-07-2024, 11:32 PM   #2048
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Damn that sucks . Wonder what I could use instead
Hi Mate
I think i have a few screws if needed

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Old Yesterday, 12:23 AM   #2049
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Hi mate,

More information required, GLi, Outback, XR etc? Even a VIN will help.

GT
Yeah no worries didn't realise I'd left you high and dry for info. Just a plain old GLi running the log manifold. Not a BBM car sadly, although I thought all XH 4.0's had the same ISC?

Hope that helps.
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Old Yesterday, 08:46 AM   #2050
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Yeah no worries didn't realise I'd left you high and dry for info. Just a plain old GLi running the log manifold. Not a BBM car sadly, although I thought all XH 4.0's had the same ISC?

Hope that helps.
The 4L ISC are all the same, V8 is different, but there are different sections of the catalogue and just wanted to make sure I was on the right one.

EF9F715A is part number, will check later and get back to you.
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Old Yesterday, 10:08 AM   #2051
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The 4L ISC are all the same, V8 is different, but there are different sections of the catalogue and just wanted to make sure I was on the right one.

EF9F715A is part number, will check later and get back to you.
No luck on the EF9F715A, keep an eye out on the usual places.
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Old Yesterday, 08:44 PM   #2052
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No luck on the EF9F715A, keep an eye out on the usual places.
All good, thanks heaps GT.
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