Used 4.6 L Ford Engine For Sale and MPG Information
Ford’s above web cam 4.6 L V8 engine has remained in production considering that 1991 and has actually been utilized in a wide array of Ford, Lincoln as well as Mercury designs from Crown Victorias and Mustangs to F-150s and Expeditions.
There are millions of these engines when driving and also there are a lot of different variations of the engine including two-valve as well as three-valve solitary overhead web cam (SOHC) engines, as well as four-valve twin overhead web cam (DOHC) engines. The two-valve (2V) 4.6 L was the very first manufacturing variation, constructed in 2 various Ford plants (Romeo as well as Windsor).
For one reason or another recognized just to Ford’s engineers, the Romeo and Windsor engines were not|similar, which implies you have to recognize which engine you have if you are restoring it or changing interior components.
The engine blocks are a little different, the web cams and cam gears are various, the crankshafts are various, and also the heads and shutoff covers are different.
For example, Ford began producing the Triton expenses camshaft (OHC) engine in 1997 in V8 and V10 setups, which was set up specifically in its trucks and also SUVs (not autos).
For many years, there have been numerous versions, changes and also improvements in the 4.6 L V8. In 1999, 2V engines predestined for Mustangs got an Efficiency Improved (PI) plan that consisted of changed square port Windsor heads and also much deeper dished pistons. The Romeo plant added the PI square port heads in 2001.
The “Not Power Improved” (NPI) oblong port heads additionally continued to be in production via 2000 in the Romeo plant. There were likewise variations in camshafts, front timing covers, camera drives as well as timing chain overviews used in the 2V engines.
In 1993, a four-valves-per-cylinder (4V) high outcome version of the 4.6 L V8 with dual above cams and a light weight aluminum block was generated for the Lincoln Mark VIII. In 1999, the head ports on the 4V engine were revised for better airflow, and in 2003-’04 an unique four-bolt major cast iron block was produced solely for the Mustang SVT Cobra. The 4V engine proceeded in manufacturing via 2004 in the Mustang.