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Old 04-03-2013, 05:15 PM   #1
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Any way an 07 gt motor and transmission can fit in an 04 body??
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It can fit, but will take a lot of time and money to put it in.
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Would it be worth the time and money? The guy only wants $2500 for the complete motor and transmission
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2500 for the engine and tranny is a good deal but if you were putting it in a 05 - 09 Mustang it probably wouldn't run you too hard on your wallet but in a new edge Mustang you will probably be close to 10 000, that's just an approximate guess but it would be close I think.
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Dang, for that price I might as well find and 03-04 GT thanks for the help though
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Yeah its an expensive swap and you would have to upgrade your rear end too. Better off just buying a 05-07 gt honestly.
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Old 04-04-2013, 11:14 AM   #7
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If you real would wanna do the 3V there's a company called Logan motor sports that sells a 3V conversion that used the stock 2V wiring harness there is a full write up on it in the be 5.0 mustang & super fords the kit starts at $1500
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Or you could find a terminator cobra engine instead and swap that in, that thing could dust stock 05 - 09 GT's.
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You still would need rear end and more. Not to mention the brakes and suspension would not be up to taming that engine.
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Basically transferring everything from the GT to your car except the shell haha
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