They are the same except for a few exterior items not included on the F150 short block. From the product photo, the F150 short block doesn't include oil pump, oil filter mount, oil to water cooler and some misc. hardware.
This is a little confusing. What do you mean by "block deck was zero"? (Zero deck height means that the top of the piston (flat portion of top regardless of dish or crown) is even with the top of the block.)
Nominally, the piston for the coyote and voodoo engines are 0.011 - 0.012 down...
There is a "stop" there but it is really just the end of the machined area into the cast section of the main oil passage that runs all the way to the back of the engine. The plug wont block flow although the bevel of the plug is in the area of the feed to the head. I've set plugs against the...
The HP fuel pump inlet uses typical Ford push on hose ( not threaded). You'll need to see if there is push on AN adapter for the HPFP inlet, then run hose to the npt port on the fuel rail.
The adapter might be the same as the one used on coyote swaps.
According to the service manual, the only bolt that needs to be replaced when tearing down the valve train and oil pump is the crank damper bolt.
The FP tech line is not the ones you want service info from.
$54.73 is MSRP.
Or you can order here using any dealer in your state. Shipping is extremely fast, mine...
One of each:
F5LY-6026-A -rear of block
W528003-S900 - front of block
They are the same as the coyote and voodoo block.
There are no water plugs other than the screw in plug, that comes with the block, above the oil filter housing