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Old 06-14-2013, 10:47 PM   #1
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All engine swaps possible

What are engine swaps that are possible, that would cost me an insane mount, and the more easier ones?
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Anything is possible with enough money and time.
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You could even put two engines in
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You could even put two engines in
I did that on my truck. Double the HP and cylinders
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Old 06-16-2013, 01:04 AM   #6
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a jet engine would probably be the most insane, a 4.2 v6 would be the easiest.
the best swap I could think of, would be a 351w.
The 351w can lead to alot of possibilities, you could buy an aftermarket big bore block and go up to 454 cubic inches with a stroker(LOL!) or with a little modification to a stock block you could reach 427 cubic inches with a stroker.
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Turbo diesel swap! Check out the diesel mustang drag cars on you tube!!
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Turbo diesel swap! Check out the diesel mustang drag cars on you tube!!
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