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2001 engine in 1996 Mustang GT

Hey guys I have a project on my hands and before I get started I wanted to run it by you guys. I have found a 2001 GT engine for $600 bucks. I want to drop this engine in my 1996 Mustang GT. I was wondering if this is the way to go. Thanks for your help guys.


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That's a very nice upgrade, and an easy swap.


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You should get a good clutch if its a manual tranny, if yes I would go with an 11 inch clutch with lots of power and little pedal effort. Check motor mounts, and Have fun.

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