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Discussion in 'Autonation Ford of White Bear Lake - Formerly Tous' started by Catmonkey, Feb 23, 2013.
Can I get a price on this? What would shipping cost to 70506?
$3925.00, w/ free shipping
Can you still get these blocks?
Sorry, I am no longer able to get that block
Man, Ford discontinues some of the best parts...
The stock 5.8 block under the Ford number is still a good number While these are on backorder at this time with no ETA , we had no problem getting 3 or 4 in a couple weeks back. Of course these were all sold. This was under P/N DR3Z-6010-A
Did you ever get any more of the 5.8L blocks in? If so, and you have one, I'm very interested. Also what is the difference between the Ford P/N: DR3Z-6010-A and Ford Racing's P/N: M-6010-M58A?
As far as I can tell, these were both production 5.8 blocks.
The DR3Z-6010-A is in stock at Ford. The current price $3812.88 plus shipping.
Is this block still available from you (DR3Z-6010-A) and is the pricing still current, thank you in advance!
Ford has plenty in stock. $4628.30 plus the shipping.
Our discount stays the same, but Ford has raised our cost substantially in the recent months on this particular part number.
Wow, I bet they do have plenty in stock at that price. Unreal.
Yes they do, but I actually have sold a couple at that price. The old 5.4 iron blocks are still available & about a quarter of the price
Yeah, I know the iron blocks are much cheaper and also mucho heavy. Ford is making all the good Modular stuff out of reach. It makes you want to go back to pushrod sometimes as Ford actually supports those engines with lots of nice parts that are affordable.
Makes you wish World would cast a few modular blocks.
Yeah, no doubt. With the Ford 5.4L aluminum blocks out of reach, they would sell them I'm sure.
A big bore Al 5.4 block would probably sell pretty well if they could keep it around $3500. A tall deck Coyote would be a beast too.
Yes, a big bore is exactly what I was thinking.....
:thumbsup: Someone should start making 4V heads as well. Back in 2008-2011ish, Ford Racing had all sorts of heads.....Cobra heads, GT heads, CNC ported heads, all for very reasonable prices. I wouldn't be surprised at all if the aftermarket really steps up with producing heads and aluminum blocks for the 4.6 and 5.4 based engines (besides the 2v Trick Flows, of course)
Yeah, I agree. Back when I bought my FordGT heads from you guys, I want to say they were around $1500 loaded with cams, followers, etc. I didn't realize that was a bargain at the time. Now Ford has abandoned just about all the Modular cylinder heads like you said. If something ever happens to these heads I guess I'll move back to a pushrod set-up. It's just kind of sad that Ford continues to only support the older generation pushrod stuff.
Don't forget the Coyote. They've got quite a few parts already, and we'll be seeing even more for this in the future.
As far as Ford Performance is concerned, the manufacturing end has a big part in this as well. The Aluminators for the older engines are a perfect example. Ford quit making the block, and thus Ford Racing could no longer produce the engine. They then went to the Aluminator XS using old blocks, until the good cores dried up.