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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-05-2011 Thread Starter
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Engine rebuild costs, 1994-98 Mustang GT

My plan for the next year or so is to sell my 96 V6 and buy a 94-98 GT. I want a cheap one so I can do some of my own work on it. The biggest thing I would like to do is an engine rebuild. I don't think I necessarily need to have it rebuilt strictly for performance, just a basic rebuild with maybe an upgrade or two. What would the total costs be for parts and labor (I will be getting this done professionally, I am in no way able to do this myself)?


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-07-2011
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It really depends on the condition the engine is in and the work that needs to be done to it. It could cost as little as $1,200 or up to around $3,000. For your situation I would guess around $1,800, but don't quote me on that, like I said it really depends on the engines condition. Good luck!


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The 94-98 GT have the weakest engines ever offered in the 82 and newer GT Mustangs. Go 99+ if you want a 4.6L or 87-89 if you want a Fox. Seriously, skip the mid 90's 4.6L at all costs.

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Why is the mid 90's 4.6 a bad engine:?:

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its something to do with the heads/intakes if im not mistaken the 99+ are more refined

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96-98 GT's had what is now know as non power improved engines. The heads, intakes, and cams were very poor. The 4.6L only made 215hp and 285lb-ft. This is comparable to the 5.0 but, they weighed more and made their power much higher in the RPMs than the old pushrod 5.0.
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