~200 shot with arp bolts, no problem. The block on the other hand....
No way in hell I would buy that for 4200. For 2-300$ I might consider it. You can get a running f4te lightning engine for $1500.
Ill throw in my 2 cents here. If I was building a 363, it would consist of the following:
Minimum of a tfs R 90mm intake, preferably a box R 90.
Ditch the plate kit and go with a single fogger.
You will only be around 10.8-1 with those pistons, which is nothing to worry about N/A. Throwing boost on a stock 5.4 is not going to last very long....
No, they are part of the cam. Cam gears from a romeo engine will work fine though. All the cam gears 92-98 01-09 are all the same on the 2v's. only...
With a pound of salsa plz.
Only difference between the two is that the windsors have the cam gear pressed on.
The coil packs have 3 wires each, 2 signal wires to trigger the coils (wasted spark). The middle wire is 12v. There is a write up on the TCCOA...
Nothing wrong here, just the Idle Air Control Valve doing its job.
If you dont want to convert to COP's, get some valve covers off a mk8 or 96-98 cobra and use your old coils.
yes it will! my 98 gt has cop's on it. A navi does NOT have imrc plates either. Who cares about knock sensors, throw em away.
A navi ecu will not...
lol no! Ive had it at my house since december, he needed to unload it so I jumped on it!
Yeah I like it, it went mid 12's the other day on some bald nittos, so high 11's are in the future with minor changes. still has all the nice power...
BCUZ @Gearbanger 101 ? lol
negative sir. The tfs heads are not an inline valve head = more room. A stage 2 tfs advanced a little will still clear no prob.
just keep the stock ecu in it, and tune afterwards. You will have to lengthen the cop wires, and maybe some more, but thats it. Its very easy.
Picked this one up off of a buddy. Has all the common bolt ons + cams and 4.56 gears. The 4.6 section is lame, so I posted here! lol
Your 2000 has a 8 bolt crank, the 2003 engine has a 6 bolt crank.