Originally Posted by sparticus56
How does the 4.2L short block swap work? Is it the entire engine out of an F-150, or just a portion? I ask because I see the price you estimated is so cheap...Do I find it at a salvage yard and replace it with my current 3.8L in my 96'? Thanks
a short block is the block and rotating assembly. A long block is the whole shebang.
so to swap out a short block, you need to keep the heads and intake.
the heads on a stock 94-8 won't be able to flow enough, so what you'll need are the heads for the 4.2L, then you need an upper and lower intake manifold from a 99-04 Mustang.
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