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Old 06-22-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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Will a 5.4 shelby drive train (07-09) bolt into my 2014 V6 mustang?

I love my 2014 mustang but want to go wild on it, I've seen on ebay the drive train for a 07-09 for a decent price my question is will it bolt in just fine or will it require major fabrication? I ask because I know 2010 mustangs had the new body style but old drive train. If anybody has any input on this I would highly appreciate your time in replying thank you.
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Good question , lets see what the gurus here have to contribute. I will say that been an S197 platform it should work with a thick wallet
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I'm sure you could get it to work, if, like suggested above, you have a thick wallet. Cool project, however I have to ask, why?
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You'd need the ecu, and beefier front suspension, for starters...


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Bolting it in wouldn't be my concern. Getting it to interface with the interior computers and gauges would be. Especially if you have a premium package with the LCD.
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You can do anything if you have enough $ to spend on it. So can you, I guess you could if you really wanted too. Why you would do this I have no idea. It would cost you thousands.
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