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Old 09-26-2011, 01:18 AM   #1
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Exclamation 1999 Mustang GT Engine Rebuild Question!!!

I am in the process of rebuilding my 99 4.6l 2V Gt engine. I just need to get the pistons now but i dont wana get the wrong ones. So heres a link at the bottom to the ones i am looking at on ebay. Please tell me if they are the ones i need or not. The car is completely stock with no bore. So these should be the rite ones? rite?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...84.m1423.l2649

Ford Car 281 4.6 96-00 Engine Piston & Ring Set - eBay (item 140567561895 end time Oct-19-11 08:21:31 PDT)



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They are the right bore but it kinda depends on what you plan on doing. Just rebuild or do you plan on doing anything like supercharging. If not go with a flat top and up your compression ratio
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Re: 1999 Mustang GT Engine Rebuild Question!!!

Do your self, your car and your wallet a favor and stay away from eBay.
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They have knowledgeable people who will help you make sure you get the correct parts and being a forum member you will get a discount from most of them.
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Do your self, your car and your wallet a favor and stay away from eBay.
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They have knowledgeable people who will help you make sure you get the correct parts and being a forum member you will get a discount from most of them.
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Im just rebuilding it completely stock. As of now. I cant afford to do anything more than rebuilding it to stock form. I just need to know if this is what I need to get the job done. I plan on getting the timing chain kit and a new oil pump with the gasket kit and pistons listed on here. But is there anything alse Im fogetting?

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