Ford 2 Valve Engines
Introduced in 1997, the SOHC 2-valve 5.4L has a cast iron engine block and aluminum cylinder heads. The 5.4L features multi-port fuel injection, roller finger followers, fracture-split powder metal connecting rods, and in some applications a forged steel crankshaft.
The 2-valve SOHC 5.4L engine was on the Ward’s 10 Best Engines list for 1997–1998 and 2000–2002.
Roadmaster offers these Ford 5.4L 2 valve engines:
Ford 3 Valve Engines
In 2002, Ford introduced a new 3-valve SOHC cylinder head with variable camshaft timing (VCT), improving power and torque over the previous 2-valve SOHC version. The 3-valve cylinder head was first used on the 2002 Ford Fairmont 5.4L Barra 220 engine in Australia. The 3-valve 5.4L was introduced to the North American market in the redesigned 2004 Ford F-150. Originally specs for oil were 10W-30 in Australian models and then switched to 5W-20 for North American models.
Roadmaster offers these Ford 5.4L 3 valve engines:
Ford 4 Valve Engines
In 1999, Ford introduced the DOHC 4-valve 5.4L in the Lincoln Navigator under the InTech moniker, making it the second engine to use this name. Ford later used versions of the DOHC 4-valve 5.4L in the 2000 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R, the Ford GT supercar, and the Ford Shelby GT500. The DOHC 4-valve 5.4L was also used in the Ford Falcon line in Australia under the Boss moniker until 2010, when it was replaced by a locally developed, supercharged version of the 5.0 litre Modular V8.
Roadmaster offers these Ford 5.4L 4 valve engines:
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