Ford Racing Crate Engine Kit 3.5L Ecoboost 365 HP

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Ford Racing: M-6007-35T
MSRP: $9400.00
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Ford Racing Crate Engine Kit 3.5L Ecoboost 365 HP
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Product Description

Ford Racing 365 Horsepower 3.5L EcoBoost Crate Engine Kit.

Ford Racing has released their 3.5L EcoBoost crate engine for those that are building a vehicle from scratch or need a replacement engine for their F-150. This amazing six cylinder engine boasts a mind blowing 365 HP and 420 TQ. Direct-injection and turbocharging both help the relatively small engine to pump out the power. Ford's Ti-VCT (Variable Cam Timing) technology optimizes fuel economy, performance and emissions. This EcoBoost engine is designed for maximum operating efficiency.

Engine Specs and Features:
- 365 Horsepower @ 5,000 RPM
- 420 lb. ft. of torque @ 2,500 RPM
- 10.0:1 compression ratio
- High pressure direct fuel injection
- Regular unleaded fuel recommended
- All aluminum construction
- Dual overhead camshafts with variable camshaft timing
- Lightweight die-cast aluminum block with six-bolt press-fit main bearing caps with piston-cooling jets
- Fully counterweighted forged steel crankshaft
- High-strength forged powder metal connecting rods with floating pins
- Lightweight aluminum high-strength pistons with low-friction skirt coating
- Tuned composite upper and lower intake manifold
- Dual water cooled Honeywell/Garrett GT15 turbochargers
- 6 quart die-cast aluminum deep sump oil pan
- Engine weight is 417 lbs. (without accessory drive)

Engine Kit Includes:
- Crate engine
- Starter
- Alternator
- Front accessory drive and belt
- Air cleaner assembly and ducting
- Flexplate/flywheel

As Ford has shown, engines now produce more power in a smaller package. CJ Pony Parts will continue to bring you high performance engines from six cylinders, to big block V8s and everything in between.

*Currently, the engine requires standalone aftermarket engine controller and custom engine calibration to function.

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How hard would it be to put it in a 2007 f 150 FX4? 

Asked by: dustin337
It shouldn't be too difficult. It may require custom motor mounts and a custom exhaust. But if your transmission is compatible and you purchase the available control pack, it should be a pretty straight forward installation.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-11-24

Is there a transmission that will bolt up to this engine that will allow for a custom rear engine designed car?

Asked by: Herk
From the little bit of research that I did, it seems as though the 6R80 and MT82 from the 2011-2014 Mustang will bolt up. The 6R80 would be difficult because it is a very computer driven automatic. I'm sure there is many other options.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-11-09

I am currently looking into the engine for a kit car I am planning on building. Is there a need for a intercooler with the turbo set up on this engine?

Asked by: Chazz123
Yes, you should always run an intercooler on a turbo car.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-07

Will the V-6 turbo fit into an 07 Expedition with 5.4 V8? Love our Expedition. Engine upkeep is catastrophic. I Do wish to to keep the Expedition many more years. 

Asked by: Duksie
That would not be a direct swap, I couldn't tell you what all is involved, but it would require a lot of custom work.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-10-26

01 explorer sport trac, has the 4.0L, would this engine fit? Would the electrical work? 

Asked by: ed72
That would not be a direct swap, I couldn't tell you what all is involved, but it would require a lot of custom work and a stand alone engine controller.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-10-15

Im looking into buying a ford ranchero and want something that has more kick and better mileage than the stock motor. Not sure on what year yet im looking at an old 76 that won't run for about 2k. Would this be a good choice? If not any what would be?

Asked by: Stretch118
Not sure if this engine would fit in a Ranchero or not. We know it'll fit in many modern vehicles, but our bet is that it would require a great deal of modification to fit.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-28

I have a 1955 ford y block 292.   What engine and tranny would replace this with the most hp I can get.

Asked by: Wadethefade
Fitment might be more of an issue with whatever 1955 Ford you have. Before choosing an engine, see what kind of engine bay space you have and what other mounting/suspension mods you might need to make, then start looking at engines that would fit in there with the least amount of hassle. We offer a huge selection of crate engines in many styles for your to examine, from classic Windsor based engines to power Coyote 5.0L V8s and EcoBoost V6s. Once you determine what engine you're going with, you can look at the proper transmission to mate with it.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-25

Hi, I am looking at a custom installation into a mid engined kit car (currently using audi 2.7tt engine). Do you have the physical dimensions of the ecoboost engine? Mostly interested in the length.. Is there a diagram that you could post or email?

Asked by: Dylan
Currently, we only have shipping dimensions, not actual dimensions on this product, so we really don't have anything to provide you.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-10-30
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