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I have been collecting parts for my 2.0l swap have all the big parts and went to order the control pack (knowing it was discontinued) but there was 4 sites that listed them and didn’t show they were out of stock. Well turns out they all were. So I am at the point of picking up a stock pcm/ecu and figuring out how to make it standalone. Anyone dealt with this or have any alternate routes?

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6 minutes ago, akirby said:

Well it might help a little to know what you were swapping it into.......

Something old rear wheel drive. Manual mustang trans. Let just say foxbody.

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28 minutes ago, akirby said:

Well it might help a little to know what you were swapping it into.......

But honestly an engine run stand would be the same. I just need it to run

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I remember several years ago reading about "Project Ugly Horse"...same concept....Ecoboost in a Foxbody...also put an IRS in the fox...
https://www.autoblog.com/tag/project+ugly+horse/

You might get some tips and hints from there....

 

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24 minutes ago, fuzzymoomoo said:

It's cliche as hell but have you tried a junkyard yet?

He wants a purpose built stand alone controller.

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3 hours ago, twintornados said:

I remember several years ago reading about "Project Ugly Horse"...same concept....Ecoboost in a Foxbody...also put an IRS in the fox...
https://www.autoblog.com/tag/project+ugly+horse/

You might get some tips and hints from there....

 

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Lol looked into it he never finished it. And he probably did it before ford performance discontinued the control pack.

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1 hour ago, fuzzymoomoo said:

It's cliche as hell but have you tried a junkyard yet?

I don’t think I’d find one in my local yard. But if I do get a factory computer I’d still have to figure out what to soder together to make it be standalone

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Not sure if it is still available, but from LMR (link included) was this parts breakdown from a Kevin Miller in the comments section.

https://lmr.com/products/20-Ecoboost-Fox-Mustang-Project-Ugly-Horse
 
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Ford Performance makes a RWD kit called "2.0 Ecoboost Orientation kit".
Part# M-6006-20, $299
Parts list
2.0L Focus ST engine orientation change kit. Includes all the necessary components to mount the 2.0L Focus ST engine in a North/South or longitudinal orientation. High flow intake manifold, water outlet components and seals, Oil pan and oil pick-up tube, PCV components, all necessary unique fasteners. Intake manifold requires small modification to mount 2.0L Focus ST throttle body.
Kit Includes:

3M4G-6625-AA OIL PICK-UP TUBE O-RING
BR2E-6K258-BA MAIN BEARING CAP STUDBOLT
FR3E
-6622-CA OIL PICK-UP TUBE
FR3E-6675-AF OIL PAN
FR3E-6750-BA OIL DIPSTICK
FR3E-6A785-BB OIL SEPARATOR
FR3E-6K817-BA PCV TUBE
FR3E-8255-AA WATER OUTLET GASKET
FR3E-8594-CD COOLANT CONNECTOR
FR3E-8K556-BA WATER OUTLET
FR3E-9424-JA INTAKE MANIFOLD
W500014-S437 OIL PICK-UP TUBE FASTENER
W701219-S437 OIL PICK-UP TUBE FASTENER
W702757-S437 OIL PICK-UP TUBE FASTENER
W715723-S437 COOLANT CONNECTOR FASTENER

 

 

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2 hours ago, twintornados said:
Not sure if it is still available, but from LMR (link included) was this parts breakdown from a Kevin Miller in the comments section.

https://lmr.com/products/20-Ecoboost-Fox-Mustang-Project-Ugly-Horse
 

 

 

Same issue here. Has everything but the computer to make it go.

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29 minutes ago, twintornados said:

Scrap the 2.0 and switch up to a 2.3....

I have 1800 bucks in and engine trans and focus st turbo. I’ll have more than that in a 2.3 alone. I’m just going to modify a stock ecu

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