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Using 2004 4.6 Block to build 2007?

Hey guys have a 2004 4.6 2 valve engine....totally rebuilt....can us use the heads and everything off the top end of the 2007 3 valve motor to build to the 2004 short block....just got the 07 and was wondering ....if u guys can tell me thanks!....Mustang GT Newbie!

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AFAIK, you can bolt the 3V heads onto any 4.6 or 5.4 Modular block. The only possible issue is that the valve reliefs in the 2V pistons won't match the valves in the 3V heads, so you'll need 3V pistons to make it work. This article explains things in more detail:

http://www.mustangandfords.com/how-t...sohc-3v-engine



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