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2011 F-250 CC, 6.2 Gas, 3.73, 4x4 w/FX4, Tuxedo Black, Steel Cloth interior,Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac's, Air Aid Intake, Bilstein 5100 shocks, Hellwig adjustable sway bar, 5 Star Tuned, Line X bed liner, X Tang Tri-Fold bed cover.
I don't think you will get much of an answer on either of your 2 threads on this. That is because this type of engine swap would be completely cost prohibitive. The only reason for this type of operation is so that the owner could say "my 2000 f-250 has a 6.2, and its the only truck like this in the world."
2011 F-250 CC - 6.2L, 4x4, 3.73, Lariat Ultimate Pkg, ReadyLift 3.5"Fx3.0"R lift kit, 295/70-18 Terra Grapplers
'Capital Campers', give your go some show
I know this is a dead thread but I have been looking into this out of curiosity. I will be building my 5.4 to make na power because a supercharged engine doesn't fit what I need. It will be very expensive to break 300 rwhp with the 5.4 but easy to get over 400 rwhp with the 6.2 without loosing bottom end. The 6.2 can be stroked to a 400 ci engine and has many advantages over the 5.4 as a few mustang guys have shown already how easily it makes power. I have found a thread somewhere showing what needs to be done that someone posted on a thread I created at one point. I will try to dig it up, but my point is the negativity around this topic is ridiculous.
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