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Old 06-04-2012, 04:27 PM   #1
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Hey guys and gals. Will a 94 3.8 work n a 2000model 3.8
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:29 PM   #2
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Only if they are the same engine other wise u may need to replace things though why bother spending the money to do a swap?
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i dont know about that, but why would u want to ?
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:06 PM   #4
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The 2000 is toast , blown up

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Only if they are the same engine other wise u may need to replace things though why bother spending the money to do a swap?
I know someone who has the 2000 with a blown engine just so happens i have a 94 3.8 that came out of my car when i put the tbird sc engine in. And i want to sale it to him lol
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The 2000 is toast , blown up

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I know someone who has the 2000 with a blown engine just so happens i have a 94 3.8 that came out of my car when i put the tbird sc engine in. And i want to sale it to him lol
oh in that case go for it lol
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The short block should work, but the intake/heads/fuel lines, etc are all different.
Basically, you'd be doing a split port swap to the engine. Look up how that's done.
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Re: engine swap

the 94-95 V6 blocks in the mustangs have a defect on the intake side, the threads start too close to the surface and cause uplift shortening the head-gasket life reason they have more problems than the newer 96-04 ones with hg's blowing, i wouldn't use that block myself honestly....
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