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BWF Replacerment

Does anyone know if you can use older AYH, BKW,BLE or ALS to replace 2008 BWF.
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The engine blocks are more than likely the same, but anything that bolts to it is going to be different, so you'll have a lot of transferring and head scratching to do

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I知 aware of transferring the parts and accessories but am Leary of the difference in fuel filter location ( mine is on the fender not in engine valley on top of alternator). Will the auto transmission bolt up ok? Is the block the same for fitment of EGR cooler?
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Does anyone know if you can use older AYH, BKW,BLE or ALS to replace 2008 BWF.

A BLE engine would be a direct replacement an AYH would not be due to fuel end EGR as you have mentioned.
The exhaust system would different but every thing else would be the same.


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Thanks for the info, I知 aware of camshaft difference in some but good to hear I can use a BLE as a BWF is so far hard to find.
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Thanks for the info, I知 aware of camshaft difference in some but good to hear I can use a BLE as a BWF is so far hard to find.
The cams in all V10 engines are identical


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The cams in all V10 engines are identical


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Hey Drag even the R50?
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Hey Drag even the R50?

Even the R50 Vaughan


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The parts catalog shows BLE,BWF and CBWA all use 07Z 109 101E and F
BKW uses 07Z 109 101J and K
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Yes you are correct the part numbers are different but having put the following on a cam doctor machine - a genuine AYH, an aftermarket AYH, a genuine BLE, a genuine R50 cam, and a colt cam the only difference was the colt cam which changes from the std solid cam lobe profile to a hydraulic lobe profile.
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