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Old 08-13-2014, 12:13 AM   #1
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4.6l engine swap

hey guys I wanted to know where I can buy a pi engine for my 1996 mustang gt
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JY is the best place to get a running one. Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market and look for any PI engine really. Usually ones out of low mileage crown vics or SUVs will have easier miles on them. The best one to get is out of an 04/05 Explorer. They are newer, have the 8 thread heads and the kicker is they are aluminum blocks too.
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is it more economical to rebuild it?
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The best thing to do is find a lower mileage PI motor and just swap it. Vic motors are good because they generally are owned by older ppl who go easy on them. Just not one out of a cop car lol. But like I said the one you WANT if you can afford it or find one for a good price is the 02-05 Explorer with the WAP block.
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