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2.0l Ecoboost Swap?

It looks like Ford Racing has released a controls pack for the 2.0l Ecoboost. Anyone want 252hp and 270 lb-ft out of a 300 lb engine?

Crate Engine: https://www.fordracingparts.com/m/Part.asp?p=22999

Controls Pack: https://www.fordracingparts.com/m/Part.asp?p=22998

I'm not sure what transmissions will bolt up, but a ZF5 or a Tremec 6060 would be awesome!
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the 2.0 really weighs 300lbs?? the possibilities are endless...
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According to Zack Bowman who's doing a swap into his project 'Ugly Horse' on Road and Track's website has it listed at 291 lbs and wikipedia has it at 328 lbs, but no reference.
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I think this would be a super engine for a locost super seven project!
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I think this would be a super engine for a locost super seven project!
I've seen some posts on Locost forums about this engine.

Apparently with the Ford Racing tune that comes in the control pack, power is increased to 360 lb-ft and 295 hp on 91 octane fuel. Think that would be enough to drive my RWD '95 F150?
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It would be a quick and fuel efficient truck if you did. Also, since the 2.0l Ecoboost is based on the 2.0l Duratec block, the transmission should bolt up (I'm not 100% positive on that, but I can't find anything to debunk it yet). I'm also not sure if the motor mounts are the same, but it would be pretty slick if it was. One other thing I want to confirm is if a 2.0l Ecoboost from a Focus/Fusion/Taurus/Escape/Edge/Explorer will work with the controls pack. If so, there will be a bunch of engines already available in junkyards.
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