It really doesn't make much difference if it is a Ford or not. In order to meet increasing demands to lower emissions from the EU, and the EPA, all late-model diesels are single rail. A lot of them require urea injection which adds at least one more injector.
The suggestion to bond the hood, and exhaust system is a good one. When you do, make sure you bond both ends of the regenerator, as well as the tail pipe.
You'll need to do the doors too, if you're using a clip mount for the ATAS.
Alan Applegate, KØBG