Engine swap


Asked by Dec 24, 2015 at 02:10 PM about the 2007 Ford Focus ZX3 S

Question type: Car Customization

I'm looking to put a new engine in my 2007 mk2
focus and wanted some advice on what would be
the best for the car or ones that will fit in the engine

6 Answers


What do you think is best?

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Unless you have unlimited resources stick with the stock one.

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Why would you say that?

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I'm a Ford tech for a living. Changing little things can cause a lot of headaches such as, an engine designed for flex fuel can have a little different camshaft profile that isn't compensated for by the computer. (Bad experience trying to figure out a car sent from another shop) If you are able to buy or build a motor with more performance then you also have to redo the engine mounts, suspension, transmission, programming E.T.C.= unlimited resources. Hopping up a car especially an econobox is at the expense of more things than the wallet.

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I get ya. Thanks


Guy is 100% correct, stick with what was in it stock. Too many computers now days to be mixing parts around that are not designed for the vehicle.

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