Sho 2 rebuild

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - General Discusson' started by Scott Milligan, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Scott Milligan

    Scott Milligan SHO Member

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    So I'm done with my 2011 so on to the 2010. Got the engine out in about 5 hours by myself. Looks like I may have 2 replacement turbos on this thing. Few tips, I used the otc trans line tools in the pic. They work great, push in the line hard, rotate the tool in and give it a little tap with a punch to seat it and yank the line back. I put the jack stands ondolly's, was tough to line up last time. This should help. I also use 4 different paint markers and index things with dots of the same color. Makes reassembly go faster. I have a donor 2013 engine im going to install. Lowering springs, new struts and im going to tune it with sct while keeping stock exhaust. Probably do the trans tsb also since it fixed my 11. The separator plate is $15 and it's a breeze with the cradle out.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Separated the engine from trans. Different torque convert bolt pattern in this as compared to the 11 (it had 3 bolts). The tone ring on the flywheel is different along with the sensor. Also looks like my ptu has had some work done on it based on the colorful marks. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    The vehicle options this part fits:
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    Ford Part No.: BL3Z-12A227-A
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    Ford Part No.: 7T4Z-12A227-BA
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    You might want to take a look at the thread "2010 to 2015 sho engine swap" done in 2016/2017 by Ecostang and look at entries by RandR10, where he swaps a 2015 motor into a 2011. Heads were revised in newer motors, but the transition date is somewhere in 2011. I did a thesis in this thread on 2/14/17 that got me into trouble, and it looks like all text from that day got deleted from the thread, but all peripheral info by RandR10 is retained. Hopefully RandR10 is still out there and can fill in more blanks.
     
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