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post #1 of 14 Old November 17th, 2007, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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98 Stang Engine Swap...

Hey I have a 98 gt 5 speed and I'm trying to find out what it will take to swap a 70' 302 in it and also if I can put a modern 90's fuel injection on it.. Does anyone know anything or who I could contact.. Thanx guys,
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Hey I have a 98 gt 5 speed and I'm trying to find out what it will take to swap a 70' 302 in it and also if I can put a modern 90's fuel injection on it.. Does anyone know anything or who I could contact.. Thanx guys,
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you'd be better off just swapping in a 87-up 302 if you're looking to be fuel injected. Actually, i'd reccomend just selling your car and buying a 94-95 GT for that matter..=/
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or just keeping the good ol' 4.6L
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post #4 of 14 Old November 18th, 2007, 12:02 AM
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i just swaped a 2004 police interceptor motor in my 98 no problems really and really woke her up to.
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post #5 of 14 Old November 18th, 2007, 01:15 AM
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you can make it a roller motor easily if you wanted to. you will need a k-member, computer set up from a fox or 94-95, maf conversion for a vein air set up, different cluster, i think power steering and brake booster set up, headers and mid pipe, and trans. i know there is a little more than that, but thats just off the top of my head.



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what a waste of time to swap. i guess do it if you want its up to you. but just use the search button up there in top and youll know

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it really is somewhat of a waste of time..and money for that matter...it'd really be cheaper to sell your car and buy one with a 5.0 already in it. I could understand if it was a 99-04 or somethin...A car that never came with the 5.0 but a 98...i dont seen the point.

And a side note...a 04 crown vic engine is a 4.6...not a 5.0...
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Dude, do what I did. Stick a PI 4.6L in your 98 and twin turbo it. Makes the car a lot faster and you'll be a demon on the track.
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Dude, do what I did. Stick a PI 4.6L in your 98 and twin turbo it. Makes the car a lot faster and you'll be a demon on the track.

yea that seems like a sick idea i wouldnt waste money witht that old 302 the 4.6 are so nice man
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I think i would just stay with the 4.6 but it is your mony your car do what you want
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a waste of time to swap to a 5.0? the 5.0 has more n/a potential than a 4.6 2v could ever dream of! i was wanting to do a 5.0 swap in mine, but have reasons why i changed my mind.



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a few people bought me some parts as a b-day gift that ive been wanting for a while. if i swap, those parts would be useless. plus i just got my built t45 in the car, and it would no work on anything but a modular.



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it really is somewhat of a waste of time..and money for that matter...it'd really be cheaper to sell your car and buy one with a 5.0 already in it. I could understand if it was a 99-04 or somethin...A car that never came with the 5.0 but a 98...i dont seen the point.

And a side note...a 04 crown vic engine is a 4.6...not a 5.0...
what??? 98's r lighter than 99-04's so why do u htink it should b in that car?

neways nobody is thinking here, this guy could has a 70' 302 full racing motor already built and got it for free, we dont kno whats going on with this guy. the guy just asked how he can get the motor in the car

im not sure how to convert back to efi but as some1 else stated, use 90's 5.0 parts

but what i would suggest and u should really think about is a FAST fuel management system, it works wonders, from what i understand u wont have to worry so much about tunning

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