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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-12-2006 Thread Starter
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Talking MUSTANG 95 3.8 to 5.0 swap

I currently have a 95 mustang with the v6 and the head gaskets blew in it. So I will need to get heads and stuff but i dont want to so im looking into a v8 swap.

INFO I GOT: 94-95 5.0 will fit with out to many mods.

complete motor w/ wiring harness + computer

Fuel lines

IF THERES ANYTHING ELSE I NEED TO CHANGE LET ME KNOW....

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Its always best to have a 5.0 parts car when doing a 5.0 swap. You will *always* find something someone didnt mention or that you forgot. I promise.

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fuel pump, and all hardware to make sure of a proper fit. Dont know about the drive shaft difference between the 3.8 and the 5.0, may want to do some research before undertaking such a task.

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Im Still Going To Need More Info...


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about an extra $5000 laying around for fixes after the install

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