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Old 04-24-2011, 10:05 PM   #1
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Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block (96-04 GT)

Something to consider for those that are thinking bout rebuilding their current engine...... thoughts ??

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Re: Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block (96-04 GT)

Looks like a good deal for someone needing a new engine.
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whats the expected HP?
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Apparently you can fit these in the 94 95s to. Just have to move the mounts. I'm trying to sell my current mustang. And next summer I will probably build one of these. Keep it NA and see exactly how much power I can get outta the new 5.0
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Apparently you can fit these in the 94 95s to. Just have to move the mounts. I'm trying to sell my current mustang. And next summer I will probably build one of these. Keep it NA and see exactly how much power I can get outta the new 5.0
I'd just go turbo... You'd be much happier with the end result.
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I'd just go turbo... You'd be much happier with the end result.
Na I have a 650 rwhp stang now that's boosted. Sick of the constant repair/maintenance of boosted cars. I wanna beastly NA car
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Re: Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block (96-04 GT)

yea the more you mod the more trouble you get into, why I decided an 03/04 cobra would work for me, only needs a couple mods to make good power and generally remains very reliable at 600hp.
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yea the more you mod the more trouble you get into, why I decided an 03/04 cobra would work for me, only needs a couple mods to make good power and generally remains very reliable at 600hp.
Very true my friend
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Apparently you can fit these in the 94 95s to. Just have to move the mounts. I'm trying to sell my current mustang. And next summer I will probably build one of these. Keep it NA and see exactly how much power I can get outta the new 5.0
i think i heard u mention this in another thread previously. how are you movin the motor mounts? a k-member swap just seems alot easier.

94-95gt and 94-04 v6 all have the same k-member

96-04gt k-member will bolt up into 94-95gt & v6... as well as fox bodies (for those wanting to do a mod motor swap into a fox)
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i think i heard u mention this in another thread previously. how are you movin the motor mounts? a k-member swap just seems alot easier.

94-95gt and 94-04 v6 all have the same k-member

96-04gt k-member will bolt up into 94-95gt & v6... as well as fox bodies (for those wanting to do a mod motor swap into a fox)
To tell you the truth I never looked really into depth on it. Just was at my local mustang store and was chit chattin about it. He said it can be done just a little work. But yes I will probably end up doing a K member swap
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To tell you the truth I never looked really into depth on it. Just was at my local mustang store and was chit chattin about it. He said it can be done just a little work. But yes I will probably end up doing a K member swap
i think ur shop buddy is think'n bout chevy swaps.....
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i think ur shop buddy is think'n bout chevy swaps.....
Lol defiantly not. They sell the motor for that year car and have already swapped a few out them selfs
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Re: Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block (96-04 GT)

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Apparently you can fit these in the 94 95s to. Just have to move the mounts. I'm trying to sell my current mustang. And next summer I will probably build one of these. Keep it NA and see exactly how much power I can get outta the new 5.0
Not sure what you meant by "the new 5.0", but in case anyone else in thinking this....this boss 5.0 is NOT the new 5.0 that is going into the new mustangs. This is just a big bore 4.6L motor...completely different from the new 5.0 going into the mustang. In fact, it is a simple direct bolt in for the 03/04 cobras...timing cover and all just swaps right onto it.
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Correct, this is a 5.0 Modular engine block.
Would be pretty cool in a 4.6 but someone with 1994-1995 would not be worth the switch over.
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