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Old 02-11-2014, 07:51 PM   #1
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V6 to carbureted 302

I know it can be done but does anyone know how to do it or how hard it is? He is a guy that put a 347 in his 01 v6
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I know it can be done but does anyone know how to do it or how hard it is? He is a guy that put a 347 in his 01 v6 2001 Ford Mustang V6 swap to 347 Stroker: full video - YouTube
You would need almost a whole doner car..
You would need a 94-95 k member or tubular..
And all the other parts with it.. I would stay fuel injected.. But that's a personal opinion..
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You would need almost a whole doner car..
You would need a 94-95 k member or tubular..
And all the other parts with it.. I would stay fuel injected.. But that's a personal opinion..

He said he used the stock k member
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You would need almost a whole doner car..
You would need a 94-95 k member or tubular..
And all the other parts with it.. I would stay fuel injected.. But that's a personal opinion..

He said he used the stock k member
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This is all I know. The carb. will eliminate a lot of these steps.
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He said he used the stock k member
Then be ready for a bunch of fabrication..
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I've been wanting to do the same to mine, I wish I just had a 351w instead of a 302...
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Then be ready for a bunch of fabrication..

Fabrication is just a little. The 347 is just a sbf and should bolt up just like the 3.8 would.
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The 5.0 won't bolt to the 3.8 kmember and mounts, its cheaper to spend $200-250 on a kmember and motor mounts from a 79-95 5.0 mustang, your making things overcomplicated if you try and use the 3.8 kmember.
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Won't a 94-95 kmember work?
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Yes, I said a 79-95 5.0 k member and mounts. It has to be the 5.0 kmember and mounts from the 1979-1995 mustang 5.0/GT. Then it will bolt right up no modification or fabrication needed.
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Fabrication is just a little. The 347 is just a sbf and should bolt up just like the 3.8 would.
Only similarities between the sbf and 3.8/4.2 v6's is the bolt pattern, the engine mounts and k-member won't work. It can be done very easily though. A 1979-1995 k-member and motor mounts will bolt into a 1999-2004 mustang. I wouldn't waste money on building a 347, you can get a 351w for cheaper and have a lot more stroker options.
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