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Old 12-06-2010, 12:54 PM   #1
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93 motor in 1970 Help ASAP PLEASE!!!!!

93 efi 302 motor in my 1970 mustang what needs to be changed other then the oil pan to have this motor running it CARBURaTED. The original motor is coming out just to clean it up and put back in but in the mean time what needs to be done to have the 93 efi motor switched to carburated? help asap
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of coarse you have to use your old school distributor( make sure you change the distributor gear to one that can be used with a roller cam ) ,change the intake to carb'd and DON'T forget to change your flywheel if your using your old trans ,you must get the correct after market flywheel to use with your old trans ,if your using the newer trans that came with the 5.0 your good
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thanks have new disrtributer didnt know about the fly wheel thanks
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not a prob
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Motor mounts, fly wheel, distributor, pan, water pump (depends if you are keeping serpentine or not) a late model pump inlet is on the wrong side for an early radiator. Two pumps are different depths I believe as well. All I can think of. I'm pretty sure the damper is a didn't thickness as well. O and with a rollermotor you need to use a steel distributor gear, a cast iron one will wear quickly.
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