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Old 08-07-2013, 04:04 PM
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Up Pipe part #'s

I have an 03 6.0 and according to ford the correct part# is 3c3z6k854da. However according to a couple of sites several other part #'s work including 5C3Z6K854CA, 5C3Z6K854BA, 5C3Z6K854AA. Does anyone know if there is any real difference between these parts. The reason I ask is that of course as luck would have it the ford recommended number is about $100 more than the others. From the pictures they all pretty much look the same. The only difference that I can see is the first one mentioned seems to have some add'l heat shielding. Does anyone know definitively what will and won't work on my '03
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Nothing on this one. Man I was sure hoping for some direction here.
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This is what I have:

Y-pipe: 2003 through 20043C3Z-6K854-DA
Y-pipe: 2005 to 11/03/045C3Z-6K854-BA
Y-pipe: 2005 11/04/04 & beyond (including 06 and 07)5C3Z-6K854-CA
Early year longer (03) Up-pipe: engine serial numbers 6,155,636 & below (Indy built) & engine serial numbers 94,580 & below (Huntsville built) 9/22/03 & before3C3Z-6K854-AA
Early year longer (04) Up-pipe: engine serial numbers 6,155,636 & below (Indy built) & engine serial numbers 94,580 & below (Huntsville built) 9/22/03 & before3C3Z-6K854-AA
Early year longer (04) Up-pipe: engine serial numbers 6,155,637 & beyond (Indy built) & engine serial numbers 94,581 & beyond (Huntsville built) 9/22/03 & beyond4C3Z-6K854-BA
Up-pipe: w/ scoop for 05: engine serial numbers 6,155,637 to 6,344,9424C3Z-6K854-BA
Up-pipe: w/ scoop for 05: engine serial numbers 6,344,943 & beyond5C3Z-6K854-AA
Up-pipe: w/ scoop for 06 and 07 (engine serial numbers 6,344,943 & beyond)5C3Z-6K854-AA
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I have an 03 6.0 and according to ford the correct part# is 3c3z6k854da. However according to a couple of sites several other part #'s work including 5C3Z6K854CA, 5C3Z6K854BA, 5C3Z6K854AA. Does anyone know if there is any real difference between these parts. The reason I ask is that of course as luck would have it the ford recommended number is about $100 more than the others. From the pictures they all pretty much look the same. The only difference that I can see is the first one mentioned seems to have some add'l heat shielding. Does anyone know definitively what will and won't work on my '03
The 03's have a different EGR cooler and the connection is different at the up pipe IIRC. If that part of your y-pipe is still good then I think you'd be able to use any of the pipes for parts. Where is yours broken?
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