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engine swap question npi to pi

Hello all,

So we blew the engine on the '98 stock GT. Time for an engine swap. I want to keep it simple but I want to go to a new engine vs putting back in just a rebuilt npi motor. I've read I need a new oil pan, front engine cover (timing chain cover I'm guessing), my old valve covers, and coolant sensor (?). Is that all I need, or is there something to do with the wiring harness?

What years can I use for the pi engine on the swap?

Any other insight feel free to chime in. A shop is doing the swap, not a Mustang specialty shop, so I want to make it as simple as possible so there are no issues for them.

How much more difficult would it be to go to a 4 valve swap?

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Search the forums bro, there are plenty of write-ups on this particular title.

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