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Tranny bolt pattern

I was just curious about something. Is Ford using a different trannybolt pattern on the 4.6 and 5.4 or are they still using the old small block pattern? I would not imagine that they would have kept it the same but I was just thinking about this and am trying to learn more about these engines.


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The very first 4.6 that was used in the Lincolns shared the bolt pattern with the 302/351W. All modular motors since(4.6,5.4 and 6.8 V10)now all have a different bolt pattern than the 302/351. Typical Ford interchangeability!!!
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