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Here is the link lol..http://www.stangtv.com/forum/ford-po...its-6312.html#


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hmmm. very different.


why am i ok with the lsx in a stang, but can't handle a Windsor in a Chevy lol

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hmmm. very different.


why am i ok with the lsx in a stang, but can't handle a Windsor in a Chevy lol
agreed. the LS based motors are such good performers on their own. Seems like its just a, because i can, sort of thing.
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Its cool to see him build something different. I dont get it but cool none the less.

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Probably see the ls motor he took out in a fox soon.
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I kind of get it, but then again, I really don't? More of a "#### you" thing to the lsx homers than a practical solution which is funny. There is a reason you don't see more of this type of swap going on....
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I love it and would like to see more,I know now that the 460 thats in my 77 f150 rusty beater is going in a 67 to 72 chevy shortbed when I am done painting my 66 F250.

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Well his 408 went in the 8s in his stang. Then he crashed it few years back. Motor sitting around etc.. I get more details when i meet up with him down in Georgia end of Feb.

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There is a reason you don't see more of this type of swap going on....
It's kind of like back in Columbus's day. He had a hard time convincing people the world was round, even though it always had been.

Likewise, it's going to be hard to convince people swaps like this are more practical than an LS based motor for an all-out race application. A few people have figured it out, but most will always been in the one-sided darkness.

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Well his 408 went in the 8s in his stang. Then he crashed it few years back. Motor sitting around etc.. I get more details when i meet up with him down in Georgia end of Feb.


The reasons he did it are more than numerous.

Infinite more choice of heads/intakes...

Eqivalent parts are hundreds of $'s cheaper for the same thing...

Parts are easier to find used, especially the more race oriented stuff he is going to need...

I can list many more.

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The reasons he did it are more than numerous.

Infinite more choice of heads/intakes...

Eqivalent parts are hundreds of $'s cheaper for the same thing...

Parts are easier to find used, especially the more race oriented stuff he is going to need...

I can list many more.
So are you saying there is no aftermarket support for LS motors?

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He is basically saying that the ford aftermarket is cheaper and more better.
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So are you saying there is no aftermarket support for LS motors?
I think hes saying theres more varaiety of parts, not theres no aftermarket support.


But I think this is really cool, hope that he does it correct and I get to see it in person one day

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thats pretty cool... Definitely different, but cool!

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The reasons he did it are more than numerous.

Infinite more choice of heads/intakes...

Eqivalent parts are hundreds of $'s cheaper for the same thing...

Parts are easier to find used, especially the more race oriented stuff he is going to need...

I can list many more.
No really im pretty sure that aint the reasons. Like I said i will ask him when we meet down in Georgia.

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and dont forget that the fact is if you want power chevy aint it go to a 351w an you got that ls junk beat
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whats the latest on this car?????
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Maybe I am overly skeptical, but from what I see the guy has a C5 vette and a ford engine on the ground in his garage. I don't see anything that makes me actually believe this swap has even started.
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and dont forget that the fact is if you want power chevy aint it go to a 351w an you got that ls junk beat
Guys like you need to do more reading before you say something like that..

you need to spend more time on the internet,,,,everyone and there father, brother, uncle are taking there motors out and putting LS motors in there Mustang, f-150, Buick, Porshe, Dodge etc etc etc etc for a reason..

As far as your junk 351w motor goes you need to add a stroker crank and after market heads to keep up with a cam only LS motor..

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I wouldn't call a 351w junk, it has it's place. I do love the LS engines but it's not the only way to go fast. Be happy with what you have and enjoy the ride...........
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