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2015 short block?

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  1. tones_RS3

    tones_RS3 I like members members. Premium Member Established Member

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    Awesome.
    Good luck!
     
  2. vortecd

    vortecd Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Looked into the F150 engine but the heads and pistons show different part numbers. Thought maybe the engines would be the same except for the cams but no luck
     
  3. ALLKHEINZ

    ALLKHEINZ Well-Known Member Established Member

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    $9500 would get you a darton sleeved fully done shortblock from most of the reputable builders like RGR,MPR,BES....when its my time its the choice ill be going with....
     
  4. cjd223

    cjd223 Member Established Member

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    The pistons are different, but the heads are the same # - BR3Z-6049-E.
     
  5. vortecd

    vortecd Well-Known Member Established Member

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    The heads I found had a different part number
     
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  7. vortecd

    vortecd Well-Known Member Established Member

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    2015 F150 Head right #FL3Z-6049-G

    2015 Mustang head right #FR3Z-6049-B
     
  8. cjd223

    cjd223 Member Established Member

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    I not talking about 2015 heads. Look at the link I posted.
     
  9. vortecd

    vortecd Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Just going by what you posted "The pistons are different, but the heads are the same # - BR3Z-6049-E."

    I was talking about 2015 heads being different between the Mustang and F150 your link is for 2013
     
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  10. cjd223

    cjd223 Member Established Member

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    I was not.
     
  11. Roush2012

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    Hey did u ever find out what u half to do to use a 15 short block on 14 heads ?
     
  12. Carbd86GT

    Carbd86GT You're Gator Bait Established Member

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    You 1/2 to use the 11-14 cams and timing equipment.
     
  13. WIST2013GT

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  14. Nuxstang

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    What about the oil galley that needed to be plugged up. Or does the oil filter adapter cover that? I'm also be going to by an aluminator sc shortblock for my 2014 GT
     
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    So to get this straight you can use the '15-17 aluminator short block on a '11-14 motor and only have to plug a hole for oil?

    Sent from my SM-G900P using Tapatalk
     
  18. vortecd

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  19. Willadams

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    Guys I have a question I hope you might be able to help.

    I've installed a new engine in my 2011 coyote after the original one spun a bearing. It was meant to be a 11-14 5.0 but upon inspecting the cams. It appears I have a 15 as all timing components and cams are 2015. I keep getting issues with power loss and running not quite right. Cams don't seem to follow desired positions etc. Took it to the dyno and it's running well down on power, torque isn't too bad but 306rwhp isn't what I was expecting! (It was a strict UK dyno and also factored 2.5% weather deduction but still!)

    Is it likely my issues are being caused by running these 15 timing components on my 2011 PCM?

    My only worry is, if i switch my cams, phasers, chains, tensioners back to 11-14, will it still work alright with the 2015 heads and valves which I no doubt have in there?

    I don't wanna spend a fortune getting the new components only to find out they won't work with my valves or heads!

    Thanks (I'm in the UK btw so always a pain trying to get parts)
     
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