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As much as I know, there are only toy implementations of F5 in Sage (and I don't recall how it is available) - that's to say, they are good for educational purposes, but it would be much more efficient to use the default ways of computing Gröbner bases.

Note that Michael Brickenstein's "slimgb" (which is often used in Singular and thus also in Sage) is sometimes referred to as a version of F4. If you create a multivariate ideal J and want to compute its Gröbner basis with a particular algorithm, you can use something like