Ford Racing Crate Engine Kit 3.5L Ecoboost 365 HP

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Ford Racing Crate Engine Kit 3.5L Ecoboost 365 HP

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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.

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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My poor old 95 mustang is in need of a motor it has a 3.8L. V6 in it I was wondering if the 3.5L. Ecoboost would work in my stang?

Asked by: Mustang Guy 95
Unsure. It's not an install we've attempted, nor have we seen others try. It could work beautifully, but we just don't know.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-28

I was wondering about putting this into a 2006 Tacoma. What else would I need? I'm sure a new transmission. or would it be better to get a whole chassis?

Asked by: Jet1323
We're a Ford shop here, so we don't have a lot of familiarity with Toyotas. We might be able to get you a good idea of what it would take to swap a 3.5L EcoBoost into a Ford vehicle, but Toyota is unfamiliar territory, and any install you'd try would likely be very, very custom. A new engine, transmission and computer would be a good guess at a start, but no clue on how it would mount.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-05

Wondering what transmissions to use with this engine wanting to put it in a 66 mustang but still trying to figure it out where to get the control pack for it

Asked by: mikey medic
currently, a 6r80 or a MT82 only with because of the bell housing. you can get a bell housing from a company called power plant and it'll let you mount tranny's such as a tko and etc but the bell housing is costly. Also, if you slap in a MT82, you may have issues with the engine. Would be best to wait for ford to come out with the control pack that they have been stating for 3 years Btw, I'm currently working to implant one in a 65 fastback
Answered by: beachbum4liff
Date published: 2015-05-02

Is it possible to fit this motor to my 98 ford f150 an what do i need to make it happen. 

Asked by: 98nhaflm
That installation is definitely a possibility, but we aren't familiar enough with 1998 F-150s to tell you what you'd need to customize in order to make it happen. Maybe some owners on F-150 forums would have a good idea of what it would take...
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-28

Hi from here in the UK. I want to buy a 3.5 ecoboost crate engine. The problem as I see it is where do I get the control pack to make the motor run in my hot rod project? Plenty of motors for sale, but no way of getting the mother running!!

Asked by: Gabby
Unfortunately, we don't sell them, and I did some searching for you, and can't find them anywhere online either. I'm sure they're out there, but I suspect you would have to get one directly from Ford.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-07

Could I put this motor in a 2000 4wheel drive Ranger?

Asked by: NASCAR 187
Maybe. Depends if it fits and the rest of the truck can handle the additional power. With all of the parts that might need upgraded, it might be cheaper to buy an EcoBoost F-150.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-07

if  i want to install it on a 2013  mustang will it work and what do i need to make it work 

Asked by: ali a
It may work. The installation of this crate engine is untested by us, so we're unaware of what modifications you would need to make to get the engine to fit. Likely you would encounter some custom work along the way, but we can't tell you what that would be.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-07

I would love to install the 3.5l ecoboost in my 53' willies wagon and was wondering if this is possible. If so what transmission mates up to it.

Asked by: Tannerw690
That's a challenging install and I'm not sure if it would work or not. My first concern would be whether it would fit. Measure your engine bay, then see what the size of the engine is to see if it would even fit in the available space. The next step would be trying to configure a way to mount it. From there, there's going to be much more custom fabrication that you would need to do to make all of your other components work and fit. It's not an impossible job, but a good challenge. Hopefully that's a start.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-07
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