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Old 01-22-2015, 07:48 PM   #1
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Help with project car please

So a guy is parting out a hit 2011 f150 and motor is still good, i wanted to know if the 302 out of that truck would fit my 86 foxbody?
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Pretty sure you can swap a coyote into anything, with proper wiring and harnesses

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Might want to grab the transmission while at it too because I don't think yours will match a modular motor

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i got a guy on the way to pick up my trani in 2 weeks... he got a set of heads trading me and giving me $560 in total
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I think I remember reading about that swap into a first gen, and the trans tunnel needed modification. Not sure if the same is true here.

Sounds like fun! Let us know how it goes.
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Tbh if you can grab the whole car then junk it after your swap is up and running. That way you have all the brackets and little odds and ends


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If I remember correct you have a carb on the 86 if so you will need an electric fuel pump the computer the tranny parts of the dash etc. I agree grab the entire truck and mod your car when you are done with all te parts you need sell of the truck.

Now I would just pass on this and get a good crate engine that you don't have to worry about electrical plumbing fuel problems. If you want fuel injection then go after market and save your brain. Unless you just want to play.
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You'll need the computer, obviously. But it may throw kinds of codes without all the parts connected to it. You may have to buy an aftermarket computer that allows the engine to go into anything without the computer looking for ABS, Cats, etc. At minimum you'll need a programmer to deal with the engine tune.
Like Mlarv5 said, it might creating a huge problem for yourself by trying to splice the 2011 into your car. The heads and cams are different also, I believe.
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