What kind of issues did you run into with the 5.4 swap. I'm debating on doing one in a 03 cobra twin turbo.Do not do a 5.4L 4V swap. I helped put one together and everything about it is a nightmare. For less money, a Mach 1 swap is a better deal. Ideally, a Coyote swap is the best thing to do right now.
i believe the COPs are the same im not 100 positive but i know the wiring is the same still use the same connectors!To the OP,
Plug and play swap my ass. First off all, it's a 2V to 4V swap. The wiring is involved and you have to use as many 2V sensor as you can. The COPs are different and wired differently. The cooling setup is different. The exhaust manifold are different. Now for the 5.4 aspect, what intake manifold do you plan to run? With Cobra heads, I assume 99-04, you will have to use adapter plates. if the car is a stick, good luck with that clutch cable! We had to run ~1" of spacers on the k-member to clear the clutch cable. What timing cover do you plan to use? You are basically left with a 4V Navigator unit.
See my post above for key points. Having seen some of your projects, I think you will be fine. IMO, still not worth the effort though..
How much and can i get the guys number? My 4.6 has holes in the block and cylinder and crank is toast so cant reuse anythingHonestly, your best bet would be to just build the 4.6, or buy a built shortblock. I know of a stock 04 cobra shortblock for sale for a good price in ABQ. You will be up and running much faster, and making plenty of power.