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    Arrow Wtb L&S oil separator and factory tech valve body for 02 Harley

    If you have one for sale or know where to buy please Hmu.

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    Dont get a ftvb. They are made by a company now and not as good. Try to get a punisher vb.

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    Where's a good place to buy

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    https://woodbinemotorsportssales.squ...her-valve-body here is where I just ordered mine today from.
    2002 HD F150 #5226 (366hp/471tq)Mods(LFP kit) 6lb Lower, SBTB, Boost Bypass, Oil Sep, Dual Idlers, TR6 Plugs, SCT X4, EGR & EVAP Delete, Volant CAI, Flow Master Exhaust, Hollowed Cats, Pillar Boost Gauge, 35% Front Tint, Smoked Headlights, Chrome Lower Grille, Altezza Taillights, Smoked 3rd Light, Brake Controller, Bug Deflector, Vent Visors, LineX Bedliner, 2" Drop Shackles, Traction Bars, Punisher VB, 4x4 Pan

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    Here's a link to the L&S Oil Sep. Tell 'em NHTOC sent ya'.
    IIRC there is a NHTOC member that works with/for them)

    Next Item, IIRC factory tech has not made valve bodies for a long time.
    There are/were two folks recently that make 'em A1 Transmissions and Punisher.
    I believe that A1 may have stopped making them now (too busy)? That leaves Punisher.

    IIRC The A1 manufacturer stated many times that his and the Punisher VB were much better than Factory Tech.
    I believe he was pretty vocal about the quality of their two valve bodies in comparison to the quality of the FTVB.

    These two Valve Bodies come in two basic types. Street and Racing. I choose street for a driver.
    Here's a link to A1 Transmission Here's a link to Punisher Valve Body I hope this helps.

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    Correct, A1 no longer makes them due to being to busy for them. I had a Factory Tech previously and hated it. I have a Punisher now (for about the last 5 years) and I like it much better.

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    Should I buy the ford 4x4 pan when buying the valve body?

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    Thanks for all your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jscottford619 View Post
    Should I buy the ford 4x4 pan when buying the valve body?
    It's not required. Try performing a search to read up on it. I believe Merlin, throttle jockey, SonicHD as well as others all have write ups including p/n's too.
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    Here's a little thread.
    http://www.nhtoc.com/vbforum/showthr...Street-Version

    I went with the Ford OEM 4x4 pan.
    A little more fluid and easier to change in the future.

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    OEM 4x4 pan is a good cheap upgrade. But keep in mind, it will hang below the framerails, with the drain plug being the lowest point. If your truck is lowered, or you plan to lower it, it could be an issue.

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    I lowered the rear to level the truck. The front is stock height. I have no issues.
    Some folks have installed a drain plug in the stock pan for ease of maintenance.
    I'm probably not a big fan of a aftermarket drain plug. I'd be afraid of it leaking.

    https://woodbinemotorsportssales.squ...pan-and-filter

    The benefits:

    A deeper pan to hold more fluid, about 1.5 qt
    Built in drain plug. No more messy filter/ fluid changes!

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    Correct, your front is not lowered. Most likely wont be an issue. When you just lower the rear with shackles, it's only going to lower the area under the trans maybe 1/2" at most. But if you throw 2" springs in the front, well, then you may have a problem. Just throwing it out there because I know it's gotten some. Myself for one, and I think I just saw Sean (SR81) post on facebook the other day that his got dinged. There is a reason Ford didnt put that pan on from the factory.

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    What is the pan that everyone loves but hard to find??

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