I didn't realize the bump sticks were so cheap from Ford Performance or I would have thrown them in on my last rebuild. Not hard to add later tho, replacing cams and timing these engines isnt bad. Now I need to ask my tuner what kind of real world return I would get.Found at levittownfordparts
1300 for both
Would these be too race oriented though? I would imagine the ford racing would be more streetable, but I don't know for sure. Impressive numbers though, nonetheless.Wrong bump sticks. Try these:
PIPER CAMS-Ultimate Road Engine FORD MUSTANG 2.3L ECOBOOST
Esslinger 15-17 Mustang Ecoboost 2.3 Cams
These are the high performance cams I am aware of.
You don’t need to take the head off to do a cam swap. Also pretty sure you would need a matching RS block to run an RS cylinder head due to the revised cooling passage. I don’t think the RS head & block are any different from the mustang besides the cooling. No obvious performance changes.Jake, I think there has to be a happy medium. I don't see many posts on cams. I don't think very many take it that far. If I go that far, will have to consider running the 2.0/2.3 hybrid. If your going to take the head off, might as well port it. I would run a ported RS head.
I can't wait to hear. As much detail as possible, please.I just ordered the FP cams and turbo the other day. I'm going to add a turbosnart 12psi wastegate and possibly the MAP valve train upgrade kit as well as a Dyno tune. Will be interesting to see what kind of gains I get out of the two or three parts.
I will certainly be adding Dyno results to my build thread. I went with this turbo over one of the other turbos mainly due to price and not having to overhaul the engine too much. Hopefully I won't tap out the fuel system.I can't wait to hear. As much detail as possible, please.
Boy that is awful pricy. Granted it comes with a billet crank and rods but i don't think there is a block available that is strong enough to allow you take advantage of the kits strength. I have seen 2.5l stroker kits for under $2k.
I would switch to a forged 2.0 block if I decide to do this.Boy that is awful pricy. Granted it comes with a billet crank and rods but i don't think there is a block available that is strong enough to allow you take advantage of the kits strength. I have seen 2.5l stroker kits for under $2k.
Could this possibly work. It's a built shortblock from MAP. MAP Built Shortblock | 2015-2019 Ford Mustang Ecoboost (EBM-23)The 2.0 block is stronger but still not strong enough to take advantage of that kit. To the best of my knowledge there are no aftermarket blocks available at this time. If you look at the built short blocks that are available they are using a factory 2.0 block, factory 2.3 crank with upgraded rods and pistons.