+1 Unless you're talking about a 94-95 V6 and swapping to a 5.0 (same era)... this swap is more expensive than buying a GT outright. But... if you want to talk performance of the V6 - you've come to the right place!!! We'll need the basics: budget, goals (street, drag, autocross), time commitment (daily driver or project car), and your skill level.honestly no clue. ive never researched it, a lot of it will depend on where you get the parts. i personally would take that 1900 and put it toward a real GT. the way the market is right now it would probably be cheaper to buy a GT of the same year than turn a V6 into a GT.
We need to find a new place for these swap questions... They tend to bog down people from getting good V6 advice. :smoke:Moving to V6 tech.
I gotcha - I didn't take any offense to your comments, so no worries. :shigrinoh im not talking down the v6 by any means... its a good motor. i also have a 1996 ram 2500 diesel and its an inline six cylinder. when the turbo spools up it will flat get it. the v-6 is a great mod motor. theres definately a lot more room to work with lol