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Old 07-10-2013, 01:11 AM   #1
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windsor to romeo swap questions

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I currently have a 2000 mustang gt with 118k miles. The car is an automatic. The motor seized up about a week ago and im going to need to do a swap. I was able to find a 2002 motor with 125k miles on it for sale for $500. The new motor is going to need new valve covers.

The motor in my car now has good valve covers.

My questions are, will the valves from my 2000 windsor fit on the 2002 romeo? Will my transmission bolt on? and what other things wont bolt on? ex. alternator?

Any help would be nice ive done swaps for older cars but not for a mustang.

Thanks bradley.
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Old 07-10-2013, 07:07 AM   #2
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Valve covers will not git from a romeo to a Windsor or vica versa. One has 11 th other 13/14 bolts. U need to count the bolts on the valve cover to make sure what style it is. Everything else is pkug and play maybe the flywheel changes from 6 to 8 bolts but other than that its pretty much just a swap and go
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Alright that's awesome to know thank you so much. I'm hoping the flywheel from the new motor is already on lol makes it simpler since I have to get it done this weekend
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