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
What do you think is best?
Unless you have unlimited resources stick with the stock one.
Why would you say that?
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.
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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