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Old 04-02-2011, 11:45 AM   #1
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How does this sound for a swap?

The idea is to turn my base 1994 'stang into a 5.0l with a manual.

I found a 5.0l motor, 5speed transmission, wiring, and computer, with 124k miles on it for $600 on craigslist.
It's coming out of a '90 GT.

What do you guys think?
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It's a good price but you always got to be skeptical when the motor has that many miles on it. It sure beats the price of building your own though! But manual for sure is the way to go!
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Old 04-02-2011, 04:26 PM   #3
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Re: How does this sound for a swap?

Poster said that he wrecked the car and that motor/trans performed perfectly before removed from the car.
Still not sure though...may just wait until I really figure out what I want to do and what I want to use for it.
When I find the right deal, and I have the money, I'll know

Patience is key.
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From what I have heard u gotta get a wiring harness for a 94 or 95 to make it work. I know the intake will need a elbow for it cause it has like a 45 in the 94 95. The oil pans are different. And the wiring harness are different. The 92 uses a two plug 75 amp alternator and the 94-95 uses a one plug 130. U can wire in what's different though cause I am running a 95 alternator on my car now though it did take my engineering skills lol
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Re: How does this sound for a swap?

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From what I have heard u gotta get a wiring harness for a 94 or 95 to make it work. I know the intake will need a elbow for it cause it has like a 45 in the 94 95. The oil pans are different. And the wiring harness are different. The 92 uses a two plug 75 amp alternator and the 94-95 uses a one plug 130. U can wire in what's different though cause I am running a 95 alternator on my car now though it did take my engineering skills lol

94-95gt harness... and you can use a 87-93 harness, itsa lil more work but it will go in.

the oil pans are not different, they are the same... the timining cover is different.

if you use your foxbody throttle cable (cruise cable..optional) you can use the 87-93 intake set-up and accessory drives/bracketry. ive seen foxbody motor set-ups all the way up to '03
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Re: How does this sound for a swap?

Thanks everyone. got some useful information andhopefully I can find a wrecked 94-95 Gt to make it simpler when the time comes. This project is taking the backseat for now though.
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