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Old 12-31-2014, 12:02 AM   #1
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Vic PI intake any different?

So I have an engine from a 2003 crown vic sitting in my car as of today. I started the swap last night at 4 pm and worked on the swap until 8am the next morning. So it took me 16 hours to get my engine and trans out, and the new engine and trans sitting in the car this morning.

Its a PI 4.6 from a 2003 crown vic (75k mile engine for $420) it still had the injectors, rail, intake, coils, plugs, TB, and EGR.

I wonder if I can leave the vic's injectors, rail, and intake manifold on the car. I really just want to hook my wiring harness up and drive to my girlfriends house.

I already saw that the mustang had different ex manifolds so I swapped those out too.

Also, let me know if anybody needs a PS pump, a/c compressor, PI intake, and PI manifolds, 4r70 tq flex plate, or Crown vic throttlebody.

I also have a stock 4.6 that needs a timing chain tensioner and piston rings id sell

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That depends entirely on how hot your girlfriend is. If she is hot plug it in and go. It all matches up. But if she is mean and ugly like mine, take the time to switch everything out, anything that keeps you in the garage is good.

It all matches up.

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Old 02-21-2015, 02:36 PM   #3
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The intake is the same if the intake is OEM. The difference will be in the camshafts for the power #.
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