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4.6 Rebuild Kit

I have a 2000 mustang gt auto and a 2003 cobra, i am rebuilding the 4.6 motor..... i found a rebuild kit from summit... 4.6.... but it shows its for 95-98 vehicles...its a SOHC 4.6 kit.... will this work for a 2000 4.6?

Federal Mogul 205-6382M000 - Federal Mogul Engine Re-Ring Kits - Overview - SummitRacing.com

What do you think... does anyone know where else I can buy the kit?
Thanks for the help!

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thats wierd id give the tecks a call and see what they say, the 95's i thought were 5.0's.. are you getting new pistons? and are you boaring the motor? or just replaceing seals? i wouldn't buy anything till you get into the motor you might buy that kit find you have a gash in the piston wall and have to boar out .10 .

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The 4.6 was out long before it made it into the Mustang, but yes, 95 Mustangs had the 302. That kit isn't a rebuild kit, it will be using the stock pistons, rods, crank, unless you toasted rings and are trying to bandaid it for the time being, get a REBUILD kit that has forged pistons, rods, cranck and all the other parts for a full rebuild. You need to talk to a machine shop before ordering anything anyway.

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