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post #1 of 5 Old 01-09-2007, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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95 302 into a 2000 V6

My friend has a 2000 V6 5spd Mustang and a friend of ours is selling his wrecked 95 GT to him for $750.

We were going to swap everything...Engine, rearend, interior, etc.

I'm sure the rear end will swap over relatively easy... but what about the motor? Since we have the whole donor car all the parts needed should be there (the engine was rebuilt around 50k miles ago, just all the body panels are mangled.)

I told my friend we should just unbolt the K-members from each car leaving the motor attached, lift up the body, and roll the kmember under the recipient car. Ha, maybe?

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from what all I've read about .....that sounds like it should work, a whole lot of work. have fun


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oh god dont bother, my bone stock 02 has taken 5.0s before, build up the 3.8, get a power pack from supersixmotorsports.com (heads/cam/intake) along with a detroit true trac, ta girdle and used 3.73s from mpsautosalvage.com and you have a car that will run 14s.

the 3.8 is a better platform to start off with in the first place anyways, they dont suffer core shifts at 450 HP and end up spliting in half, they are slightly copied off buicks 231 grand national motor but ford instead loosely based their heads off the cleavlends instead of iron, so they can be ported very easily, infact, the stock split port heads put the E7TE heads to shame for the boat anchors that they are,

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that was a lot of help to his question!!! ha

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Way to bring back a thread from January 2007! Ha!

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