You're best bet if you want to keep the 2.3 is to actually buy a 2.3 turbo motor. Best ones are the ones from the thunderbird turbocoupes or the svo. Turbo is the only way to go that will be cheaper in the end. And don't put a turbo kit on your original motor because the motor won't last long because they can only handle the boost and everything from the turbo for so long. If you have any question just ask.
I saw a Mishimoto intercooler for about 300$. However, there is an intercooler kit with the piping included for about 800. I am new to Mustangs and to upgrades, so I just wanted to ask, why is the piping so much extra? Is it worth the extra 500$?
I got a 88 lx convertible 2.3 picked it up a few months ago for 500. I have everything I need for the swap except for wiring.
I have a t5 out of a 3.8, 8.8 rear end, drive shaft, and 5.0 out of a 01 mountaineer with the complete wiring harness.
I was wondering if it was possible to splice...
Back in 2008 I purchased my first car. 1986 mustang lx. Ya know, the 4 cylinder with the 3 speed automatic.
She had around 75,000 miles on her, no body rust, no cancer, and ran like a rapped ape. All factory parts.
In fact a couple years after I had her, I got to watch the odometer roll over...
Hello everyone, this is my first post on this forum, not sure how much people use it but thats besides the point. I think this info may help someone so here it goes:
I recently put a 2.5" magna flow street catback on my ecoboost convertible which the manufacturer claims fits on the convertible...