It would be far cheaper to build your motor and add a supercharger or turbo than to deal with installing a newer motor. They driveline is completely different as well as all the wiring. You would need a complete car just to get started, along with chassis work......O I have a 1998 v6 the 3.8l and I wanted to see if it is possible to put the new v6 in my car
Henry, I would suggest getting that brand "D" motor out of your '95 when you are ready. We could be creative with the next motor build. A little high-compression, fast revving motor would be fun for street use.....I'm willing to get my '95 conv made to fit a '11 V6 engine, hehe
Wonder if GSS Motorsports does stuff like that for a next project :laugh:
Oh, I'm very ready for this brand "D" to come out of my car. It will be a street car only so what your great mind can come up with is a go, hehe.Henry, I would suggest getting that brand "D" motor out of your '95 when you are ready. We could be creative with the next motor build. A little high-compression, fast revving motor would be fun for street use.....
like most people are saying, build up your engine and if you do,switch to the intake from the 1999-04 v6's you would need the heads and the intake and all the wiring harnesses, switching the intake is good for 40 horses, if you want to go further, get a windstar intake from the mini vans and use that instead of the intake from the mustangOk I work at a body shop I can do the work myself but wht do y'all think I should do I'm not looking for a drag car but I want something tht will bloe people away again I have a 1998 v6 3.8 l