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head swap questions

how much would this run me?
i have the heads. and i am thinking about a forged rotating assembly. But what else would i need to get done, to were i could put everything together. i know what i need. but i just dont know whats to be done as far as machien shop or something.


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How about just a little bit more info! Could start by what motor, what heads, what are the end results for performance you want, cam. Sorry but your post leaves a lot for guessing! Some people have five Mustangs so it's hard to tell in your profile which doen't indicate anything.
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ok, well i have a 96 mustang gt, and i have 96 b port dohc cobra heads. the 96 gt is a 2v and the heads are 4v. i am at that right now

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