Finally going to tear down and rebuild my 4.0 SOHC after loosing a piston and cracking the block due to fuel starvation. Can't really complain much though since I have 144,000 miles on the engine and have pounded the crap out of it the whole time and it has been boosted for 114,000 miles.
Here is where I am going and will up date this post throughout this build.
Ford - New 4.0 SOHC cylinder block 5L2Z-6010
Magnuson - MP1900 TVS supercharger (Prototype upgrade to the X-Charger that I have personally developed.)
Explorer Express - X-Charger intercooler
AFCO - High performance aluminum radiator AFC-80281FNU
AFCO - GT500 Pro-Series dual pass heat exchanger 80280NDP
Derale Performance - Tornado fan 8" 16508 (Used on heat exchanger)
Manley - Forged piston 9.7:1 CR
Total Seal - Piston rings (Not the gapless ones but the regular ones)
Performance Coatings - Tri-Coat piston coating.
Manley - Forged H-beam connecting rods with ARP rod bolts.
ARP - Cylinder head studs with hardened nuts and washers. (Upgrading washers from kit to ARP 200-8500 which have a larger OD.)
(ARP 200-8752 are now available and are 1" OD instead of 7/8")
ARP - Various other fasteners.
Supersix Motorsports - Stage 2+ cylinder heads.
Ford Racing - M-9407-GT05 GT500 fuel system. (Got a good buy on a brand new kit on E-Bay)
Seimens FI114191 63 lb/hr - Flow matched fuel injectors. (Purchased through Racetronix)
Cloyes - Timing set. (Actually German BorgWarner parts.)
Victor Reinz - Engine gasket set. (Gaskets including the head gaskets are the same as the OEM parts.)
Melling - M328 high volume oil pump.
(Decided against the Melling oil pump since the Manley rods don't have oil squirters like the stock rods which will add a little pressure and volume for other things.)
King - Engine Bearings.
Mocal - MOC-SP1GT Thermostatically regulated sandwich plate adapter.
Ford - 7R3Z-7A095-A Oil cooler.
These bolts need to be replace during assembly because they are a torque to yield design:
Ford - W703167-S430 Rear jackshaft sprocket bolt.
Ford - 2L2Z-6279-AA Front jackshaft sprocket bolt.
Ford - E7RY-6A340-B Crankshaft pulley bolt.
Ford - F77Z-6026-AB Rear jackshaft access plug/cover.
Special tools to work on the 4.0SOHC:
OTC - 303-634 Rear jackshaft socket.
OTC - 303-674 Crankshaft holding tool.
OTC - 6488 Cam service kit.
OTC - 7834 Rear crankshaft seal installer
Freedom Racing - FR-2V-4V-TD Valve spring compressor
I am not doing cams since this is still going to be a daily drive and I want to keep it tame for the street.
I will be installing my MP1900 supercharger on this build along with a Ford F150 75mm throttle body and GT500 MAF but will also get a tune with the stock 65mm throttle body and MAF sensor for comparison.
Feel free to add any comments or suggestions.
Photos of new parts: