Boundary Ported Oil Pump Gears

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Just wanted to share this with you guys who are doing higher-end builds and/or are just looking to really upgrade their oiling system on their GT350's. These are the brand-new 2020 GT500 billet ported oil-pump gears from Boundary. I've gone with the 2020 GT500 oil pan, pickup tube, and oil pump which are direct replacement pieces on the GT350's. The gears for this pump are a different size than the GT350 one's so you cannot take billet oil pump gears from a 350 pump and put them into the 500 pump. I'll report back once I have everything installed and running.
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I'll be doing the same this year on my build. Thanks for posting; first time ive seen them.
 

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Following. I'm currently running boundary opg and cs.
 

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I'm also running gt350 boundary opg and cs and ignorant as to why these would be a worthwhile upgrade over aftermarket gt350 offerings. Hoping to hear your thoughts and opinions.
 
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I'm also running gt350 boundary opg and cs and ignorant as to why these would be a worthwhile upgrade over aftermarket gt350 offerings. Hoping to hear your thoughts and opinions.
I was originally just going to stick with the stock GT350 pump and do MMR billet OPG's along with their high-flow gromet-style oil pickup tube. Once I found out that the 2020 GT500 oil pump, pickup, and pan were direct-fit pieces and superior in both flow and materials (metal pan to tap into) I jumped immediately and ordered them. It came as a kit with hardware for like $7xx from LMR. However, since this is still insanely new stuff, nobody had actually developed/released billet gears for the 2020 GT500 pump. They are a different size than the GT350 gears so I couldn't just use the MMR billet gears I had in-hand. I live in the Dallas-area and Boundary is right outside of Dallas in Royce City. They indicated they would be releasing 2020 GT500 billet OPG's in their ported versions with their special finishes only for the current moment. I went ahead and ordered/paid for them and probably got the first set they made. These ported gears are supposed to allow for more efficient flow of oil through the gears and pump which reduces oil temperatures, foaming, etc. I wanted to make sure that my eventual TT build had all the oil it could possibly have and I was not into doing a scavenge pump setup. I will report back once these are installed and I get some miles on the car.
 

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Hey guys, I've done like 10 OPG installs on coyote mustangs but am about to do the GT500 pan and OPGs on a buddies 350. Are the instructions for removing / installing timing chains the same as the 5.0? Or do I need to purchase another service manual?
 
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Hey guys, I've done like 10 OPG installs on coyote mustangs but am about to do the GT500 pan and OPGs on a buddies 350. Are the instructions for removing / installing timing chains the same as the 5.0? Or do I need to purchase another service manual?
It is not the same as a Coyote. There are varying ways to do it even on a Coyote motor depending upon which generation (Gen 1, 2, or 3) that you're working on.

There are several videos on YouTube showing the Voodoo procedure for OPG's and setting the timing back up on the vehicle once that's completed. If those aren't self-explanatory enough, I'd highly suggest buying access to the Ford service manual or Chilton's.
 

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It is not the same as a Coyote. There are varying ways to do it even on a Coyote motor depending upon which generation (Gen 1, 2, or 3) that you're working on.

There are several videos on YouTube showing the Voodoo procedure for OPG's and setting the timing back up on the vehicle once that's completed. If those aren't self-explanatory enough, I'd highly suggest buying access to the Ford service manual or Chilton's.
Found a few videos last night that tell where to clock everything. I had my chiltons manual expire a few weeks ago but will most likely get it again as my OCD wont let me do it off a video :)
 

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