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Old 10-17-2014, 11:32 PM   #1
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Best motor for the buck? Everyone's favorites?

I've taken a liking to my 4.6l.. Lol big if I ever need to swap, I'd like to figure out ahead of time on what I'll get next..


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I think most mustang guys are going to say a coyote for the most part. Everyone has been talking coyote swap lately. I think if That's the best then It's more cost effective and reliable to sell your current car Whatever it is and buy a 2011 or newer mustang in a couple years.

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I have a frankenstang, 94 body and rear end, 99 everything else.. Lol Click image for larger version

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Honestly staying in the "ford" family it is the coyote.
But it boils down to what you can afford and what makes you happy. The 4.6 is a dam good motor. 2v,3v, and the 4v. Just all determines how much you want to sink into it.

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If you don't mind sinking $10-15k into the motor you can build a pretty nasty 4.6. A boss block stroker to a 5.3, TFS heads, ported Bullitt intake and E85 you can make 400whp. Add boost to it and you can see a pretty damn good number.


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Woooooo! Sounds fun.. Lol


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I might sound dumb, but how can I tell it my 4.6 is a 2v,3v,4v etc.? Motor is out of a 99 gt sitting in my 94, so vin at windshield is gonna be different than motor/computer, and the only vin I can get that pops up is sct..


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I might sound dumb, but how can I tell it my 4.6 is a 2v,3v,4v etc.? Motor is out of a 99 gt sitting in my 94, so vin at windshield is gonna be different than motor/computer, and the only vin I can get that pops up is sct..


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U have the 4.6 2v i seen ur pics lol


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Sweet, thanks, but is that bad?


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Makes the less power out of them all stock but also the cheapest to build but all of the motors fully built the 4v will make the most but u can see a badass 2v if built right


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Cool, I'll probly get little by little, then when I have enough parts to satisfy me then I'll do a rebuild., and go from there..


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2 valve from your pics. And no It's not bad.

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If you are looking for overall hp per $, an LSx is the absolute winner.

Heads, cam and intake, 400+ whp and 370+ rwtq for less than $3,000 including the engine and tune.

Any of them can make a reliable 600+ whp all day long if you want to go that route with stock internals.


Otherwise, in the Ford family, any 4.6 with FI or a Coyote. Going either of these routes will cost the same or more as an LSx and have none of the advantages.
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I was wondering about an LS but wasn't sure if one would bolt up or not.. Like an LS1? I like to watch fast and loud, gas monkeys on tv, and I see them putting LS1,LS2's in lots of different kinds of cars..


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I was wondering about an LS but wasn't sure if one would bolt up or not.. Like an LS1? I like to watch fast and loud, gas monkeys on tv, and I see them putting LS1,LS2's in lots of different kinds of cars..


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They have k members that you can get that allows you to drop a ls based motor in ur car, but the transmission wont bolt up so your gonna have to get one of those right off the bat and im still not to sure how the computer thing would be handled because of all the anti theft crap even on gm cars so using a stock gm computer i dunno how that would work out not to mention trying to get it all to work with your factory instrument cluster is gonna be another headache, now if someone would make a harness that would go from gm sensors to ford harness so you could use your ford computer and it be plug and play just about then that would be awsome but i dunno if such thing exists, is a ls swap worth it? Well it depends on what your goals are. A ls motor would give you quite abit more room under the hood and a 1500 hp number would be easier to obtain with some boost with one of these motors, if 500-700 hp is all you want then build your current 4.6 2v and throw some boost on and call it a day, if you want to stay true to ford and still want a swap with big hp potential and still want to use ur transmission that u currently have in ur car until u can build one/it up then a coyote 5.0 4v is ur kind of bbq it really depends on you and what you want, for me im having hard time figuring out what overall cost would be on both a coyofe swap and a ls swap so i can reach my final 1000-1200 rwhp number ( when im all said and done thats where ima stop at because its still gonna be a DD street car)


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You don't even need a new K member. Its almost a straight drop on to the factory K member, hell only very minor modification needed to the stock motor mounts. There are kits that are made to swap them into the car. If my car wasn't a special edition thats the route i'd be going. I just can't bring myself to drop a chevy motor into a Bullitt though.

Not to mention the simplicity of the LS over mod motors. Also, they come with aluminum blocks and sit very low in the engine bay if put into most Mustangs. Very low center of gravity and light weight does so much for the car.
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You don't even need a new K member. Its almost a straight drop on to the factory K member, hell only very minor modification needed to the stock motor mounts. There are kits that are made to swap them into the car. If my car wasn't a special edition thats the route i'd be going. I just can't bring myself to drop a chevy motor into a Bullitt though.

Not to mention the simplicity of the LS over mod motors. Also, they come with aluminum blocks and sit very low in the engine bay if put into most Mustangs. Very low center of gravity and light weight does so much for the car.
What all do the kits consist of? And i was unaware that u could drop it in to the factory k member and what modification do u do to the motormounts? although im gonna go to a mm k member anyway because the stock k member is bulky and heavy



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Pretty much all you need are all the wiring, not entirely sure on the tranny, exhaust manifolds (there are special ones just for it). And little things like a throttle cable the proper length ect..... Nothing too big.


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I understand the HP thing but if you want an LS motor buy a GM, Oh by the way don't put anything on the key chain
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A 03-04 Mach 1 motor would be a good bang for the buck. If you ever want to upgrade.

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4v is the way to go

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Best motor for the buck? Everyone's favorites?

Id rathar just put a forged set of rods/pistons ($800 from mmr) kellog crank and get some mhs heads/cams and upgrade my blower to the t trim model and crank up the boost 700+ hp for around 4-5k and i can peice it all together so its not a all at once hit at my pocket

Building a 4v is quite a bit more expensive because of the extra valves and cams all the parts for the heads are double the cost, cost to build the block itself is the same tho


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Id rathar just put a forged set of rods/pistons ($800 from mmr) kellog crank and get some mhs heads/cams and upgrade my blower to the t trim model and crank up the boost 700+ hp for around 4-5k and i can peice it all together so its not a all at once hit at my pocket


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Add another 2,000 onto that for fuel system and injectors

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Add another 2,000 onto that for fuel system and injectors

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Already have it only thing id add/change is my fuel rails and put a inline pump/ bap wouldnt cost that much more and either way 2v or 4v u still gotta do the fuel system anyhow regardless


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Already have it only thing id add/change is my fuel rails and put a inline pump/ bap wouldnt cost that much more and either way 2v or 4v u still gotta do the fuel system anyhow regardless


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What fuel system do you have. And injectors

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And add another 1000 for tuner and dyno tune , and another 3000 for a built transmission , and another 2000 for a good rear end .. it adds up

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I have pretty much the mmr 900 hp fuel system minus the fuel rails and the extra external pumps id add those i peiced mine together i got the tank and lines and a intank walbro 255lph pump supplying stock injectors ( but i have 42 lbs injectors for when i put the blower on and i also have 60lbers for when i up the boost i wouldnt of got the 60s yet but i couldnt pass up the deal)


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And add another 1000 for tuner and dyno tune , and another 3000 for a built transmission , and another 2000 for a good rear end .. it adds up

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Tuner i already have, dyno tune cost 350 where i am, my rear end i built already when i put my 3.73 rear gears in, the trans is where ima have to actually do from scratch i dunno what ima do yet with it i djnno if ima go with a tko or what, but even if u add EVERYTHING together ur still wayyy cheaper then Going and buying a 11/12 mustang i could build a sn95/new edge drop in a coyote and still be in it way cheaper then buying a 11/12 car, not to mention the cool factor of having a built car and not having a car payment and insurance isnt gonna go up from having a newer car...ect


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Please don't put a Chevy motor in your Ford, my great great grandfather (worked for Henry Ford himself) rolls over in his grave every time this happens. mite as well put a souped Honda motor in your Harley while you're at it....grrrrrrr

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What does that mean?

And i dun care what motor gets me to my final number whatever the cheapest and most effective way to do it is the rt ima go, and i dont want a full blown gm car lol i still have to ride in it, gm the only thing they have that i like are the motors so it would be the best of both worlds but im not saying thats written in stone or anything i dunno what ima do exactly i do know that ima put this jy motor together that i currently have and throw the vortech kit i have on it and rock with 400 whp for a lil while till i get my suspension fully done up and the car ready for some serious power


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And i dun care what motor gets me to my final number whatever the cheapest and most effective way to do it is the rt ima go, and i dont want a full blown gm car lol i still have to ride in it, gm the only thing they have that i like are the motors so it would be the best of both worlds but im not saying thats written in stone or anything i dunno what ima do exactly i do know that ima put this jy motor together that i currently have and throw the vortech kit i have on it and rock with 400 whp for a lil while till i get my suspension fully done up and the car ready for some serious power


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And i dun care what motor gets me to my final number whatever the cheapest and most effective way to do it is the rt ima go, and i dont want a full blown gm car lol i still have to ride in it, gm the only thing they have that i like are the motors so it would be the best of both worlds but im not saying thats written in stone or anything i dunno what ima do exactly i do know that ima put this jy motor together that i currently have and throw the vortech kit i have on it and rock with 400 whp for a lil while till i get my suspension fully done up and the car ready for some serious power


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