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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013 Thread Starter
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LS kit for 2000 mustang.

Hello, I recently got my mustang back in November. I was just coming on to see if anyone had attempted or found an ls conversion kit for the 200 model. I'm running a stock v6 currently. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance,
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I've never seen one, it's not really a good idea, the V6 is equipped to handle nothing close to V8 power so you would literally have to replace every sub system of the car to support it...those TV shows have large budgets, don't be fooled by what they do

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It is better to build what you have. There are companies out there doing V6 builds.....

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Alright, I really didn't know I was just talking to my mechanic who said he was planning in doing the same thing to his miada so I was trying to see if I would be able to.


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well there are Miata swap kits for the LS..it will cost you triple to build a V6 compared to a V8
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Well I mean I would want to get a v8 couldn't I just completely change out the mounting harness and all of that?


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The LS-swap is super easy, and it's an inexpensive way to add major power.

Here's UPR's swap kit:

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