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Old 06-25-2012, 05:40 PM   #1
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96-98 GT PI Engine Conversion

Just curious, how much would it be and what would be involved to swap a 99-04 2V engine into a 96-98 GT with a manual transmission? What parts would I need?
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Shouldn't be that bad. I would google it, I'm sure someone has a writeup on it.
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Not having that much luck finding a whole lot of information, but my takeaway from what I found is that the engine should drop in with little to no modification, and the only things necessary would be a tune. What about wiring harness?
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Re: 96-98 GT PI Engine Conversion

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Just curious, how much would it be and what would be involved to swap a 99-04 2V engine into a 96-98 GT with a manual transmission? What parts would I need?
for the pi swap all you need is heads and intake and cams out of a 99-04 gt, or a pi crown vic, it will bolt right up, you just need head and intake gaskets, and then i would go ahead and tune it, i think that bama has a tune for the pi swap on our years im not 100% sure though, and i think it raises compression too.
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Taylor is right if you just want to do the upper part. But if your wanting to swap the coils and everything here's a start to some of your questions if the link works for you. http://www.modularfords.com/f4/full-...o-96gt-166867/
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