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
- Front accessory drive and belt
- Air cleaner assembly and ducting
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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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?
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.
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.
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.
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?
Currently, we only have shipping dimensions, not actual dimensions on this product, so we really don't have anything to provide you.
Date published: 2015-09-17
Looking to do an engine swap in a 2003 Ford F150. I would do the transmission at the same time, do you sell the ECU as well?
Unfortunately, we do not have the ECU available at this time.
Date published: 2015-09-06
I am considering replacing my 1996 ford ranger's 4.0L. Beyond the displacement being smaller how would the engines compare in physical size including additional parts required for the turbo and fan size. Is this project theoretically possible?
It is theoretically possible. We aren't super familiar with the Ranger version of the 4.0L, but the sizes shouldn't be too far off. It's the turbos that will make this one bigger. There will be a good bit of customization you'll need to do. The engine requires standalone aftermarket engine controller and custom engine calibration to function, and you might need to do some work to your transmission.
Date published: 2015-08-28
Can this engine be swapped in to a 1997 Ford F-150? If so, what types of modifications would be needed?
The engine requires standalone aftermarket engine controller and custom engine calibration to function. I believe the transmission will also need upgraded to a unit that works with the EcoBoost. There also might be a handful of other components that need customization or replacement, but we haven't tackled this install to know what for sure.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Anyone know if this could fit in a 2002 Ford thunderbird
It might fit, but would definitely require a great deal of customization.
Date published: 2015-08-26
does it come with the turbos?
Yes, dual water cooled Honeywell/Garrett GT15 turbochargers
Date published: 2015-08-27
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