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post #1 of 9 Old March 5th, 2007, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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lincoln 5.0 in a 89 notch

will the 1989 lincoln 5.0 motor accept parts for the 5.0 mustang motors if not what do i have to do to get the motor able to accept aftermarket parts. such as (bbk ssi intake manifold and trick flow twisted wedge heads.
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post #2 of 9 Old March 5th, 2007, 10:51 AM
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well i really dont know about that (no experience) but from what ive heard that ssi manifold is pretty much the worst bang for the buck and youre much better off with the trick flow manifold as well

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+1 on what he said about the intake. Im sure the heads will be interchangeable regardless as they fit most small block fords. Other parts it depends on what you want, but alot will interchange regardless if its an ho motor or not.
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is the lincoln mass air or speed density?you also might have a roller engine in the lincoln which is good. I think its a bit technical you might have to change the pcm and so on

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pretty sure that most of it is the same, the distributor gears are slightly larger in the lincoln
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I put a town car motor in my 86 t-bird I had to change all acc's on the engine and the upper intake because the throttle body was facing the drivers side so I used all the goodies from a cougar also the waterpump needs changed because the towncar uses a clockwise rotation the others use a reverse rotation find a 5.0 cougar and get all the parts ya need.
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Was it a "LSC" if so it was EXACTLY the same as the 87-93 stang motors. If not it was a Non-HO motor that had different heads, cam, intake,TB and firing order. Check out www.coolcats.net for good info on upgrades and infro on non-HO motors.

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or you can just ask me im a lincoln nut, you will have to do what is commonly reffered to as a HO conversion, change acc, intake, injectors, change to 351 firing orde, and use the HO cam pretty simple really, oh and the heads. almost any stang parts will work, just be careful if you have speed density there are only limited number of cams that you can use before switching to mass air. mtw grandmarq.net is a good source as well, sorry bout reviving old post kinda didnt read the date.

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or you can just ask me im a lincoln nut, you will have to do what is commonly reffered to as a HO conversion, change acc, intake, injectors, change to 351 firing orde, and use the HO cam pretty simple really, oh and the heads. almost any stang parts will work, just be careful if you have speed density there are only limited number of cams that you can use before switching to mass air. mtw grandmarq.net is a good source as well, sorry bout reviving old post kinda didnt read the date.
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