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Old 07-24-2014, 12:54 AM
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Does anyone here know of or have an engine diagram, any CAD data or a 3D model of the 3.5L V6 Ecoboost engine.

I plan on making a 3D model of the eco engine for a project of mine but can not find anything on the internet or from Ford Motor Company themselves.

If someone has access to an engine and wouldn't mind taking photos to render a 3D model out of it that would be useful as well

EDIT: Perhaps someone who works with Ford or at one of the factories that builds these engines could elaborate?
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I could start CADing one up, but it would take me a long time to do from photos. Haha. Supposedly Ford gives out that sort of information to it's SEMA partners. There was a Detroit company that installed a 3.5l EcoBoost into a '34 hot rod that might have a model.
Are you planning an engine swap? If so the block is supposed to be very similar to the 3.7l V6, so anything from a 2011+ V6 Mustang might help as well as the newer F150s. I forget what other vehicles have those two engines. If you find anything, I'd love to see the CAD files too!
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Thanks tseekins! I had a look and I think you mean these.






This might come in hand later on however everybody who uses google would see different images popping up. I know that every time i lookup something related to my search it throws in a few of those images.
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I could start CADing one up, but it would take me a long time to do from photos. Haha. Supposedly Ford gives out that sort of information to it's SEMA partners. There was a Detroit company that installed a 3.5l EcoBoost into a '34 hot rod that might have a model.
Are you planning an engine swap? If so the block is supposed to be very similar to the 3.7l V6, so anything from a 2011+ V6 Mustang might help as well as the newer F150s. I forget what other vehicles have those two engines. If you find anything, I'd love to see the CAD files too!
Modelling from photos would be a headache especially if you're trying to create engine mounts and find out they don't exactly fit later on. I had a look at the SEMA tech transfer website before however it was last updated in 2011! I sent Gary from SEMA an email so hopefully he might have something. I'll look into that Ecoboost hot rod. I wouldn't mind sharing the CAD files for anyone that helps out too

"The bellhousing pattern on the 3.5L RWD Ecoboost is unlike anything else Ford has ever sold, totally unique to this engine. And the FWD 3.5L Ecoboost is also totally unique and not the same as the RWD! Both are however the same as the 3.5LNA and the 3.7LNA Cyclone V6 engines."

If anyone is interested I found a 3D model of a Twin Turbo V6 block but i'm not sure if it's even a Ecoboost unless someone can confirm it, as the bellhousing flange on the FWD and RWD are different.

You would think after a few years someone would at least come up an engine diagram like this.
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If only I had a 3D scanner. This would be done in less than half a day...
This is what i'm talking about! It's at around 1:40.
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That looks like the 1.6 or 2.0l Ecoboost. I wouldn't mind the CAD file for the 2.0 or 2.3l Ecoboost engines. Those would make a decent daily driver.
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That looks like the 1.6 or 2.0l Ecoboost. I wouldn't mind the CAD file for the 2.0 or 2.3l Ecoboost engines. Those would make a decent daily driver.
I can confirm that is in fact the 3.5l V6 from a Taurus SHO. Just take a closer look and count the number of fuel injectors, they're mounted right on top of per cylinder.
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Yup, looks like you're right. The position of the radiator and air intake were throwing me off. I'm used to the F150 setup too much I guess.
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