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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by skylineTT View Post
    It is going to be a lot of work for the performance of a new taurus. :P

    honestly though, after you put the crown vic engine/trans/computer/harness/etc. in, you'll simply need a full v8 mustang exhaust, intake/air box, and possibly driveshaft if the crown vic trans is a diff. length. You're going to have more torque/power and an open differential too so have fun with the one wheel wonder.
    You can get driveshafts lengthened and shortened....







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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by garretttt4 View Post
    So one of my buddies has a blown 04 mustang with a auto v6 in it that he said he'd sell me cheap. I was thinking about taking the engine out of my gmas 03 crown Vic. 4.6l v8. It's supposedly the same engine as the mustang gt with lower gears...... If I did would the motor mounts and transmission mounts match without any modifications? Or would they be off since the v6 is smaller?
    Not worth the effort...Buy a Honda




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Or find a v-8/5.0 should bolt right up




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Not worth the time, the car will still be slow.




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by garretttt4 View Post
    You can get driveshafts lengthened and shortened....
    Lol duh. I meant it is something you'll have to deal with. It'll cost you roughly 110-170 depending on if they put new joints on it.

    Quote Originally Posted by I Like Waffle View Post
    Not worth the time, the car will still be slow.
    This times 10. I guess if you can get it done for 500 then cool, but it depends on what you're paying for the car. After it is all said and done, you're going to have a slow car with an open diff.



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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Just go buy a V8




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Get a 4v out of a marauder if you want to stick with a modular engine.



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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    It's like 5.5 sec 0-60 Idc tho it's just a daily driver. Got a ranchero for fun haha




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Idk what my 0-60 time is. probably about 4.xx seconds, engine makes over 500 horse and 600ft lb. Built the whole drivetrain for less than 2g. How make so much power with 2g? Started with a 390hp/510 ft lb of torque stock big block and did a couple mods.




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by skylineTT View Post
    Get a 4v out of a navigator if you want to stick with a modular engine.
    fixed 5.4 4v.

    We are in the process of swapping a 4.6 2v from a crown vic into my son's mazda pickup. Don't buy a honda unless you just want to think your fast.




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    just keep the vic



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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by husker77 View Post
    fixed 5.4 4v.

    We are in the process of swapping a 4.6 2v from a crown vic into my son's mazda pickup. Don't buy a honda unless you just want think your fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebelfromva View Post
    just keep the vic
    IT'S a boat! They're huge!




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    Quote Originally Posted by I Like Waffle View Post
    Idk what my 0-60 time is. probably about 4.xx seconds, engine makes over 500 horse and 600ft lb. Built the whole drivetrain for less than 2g. How make so much power with 2g? Started with a 390hp/510 ft lb of torque stock big block and did a couple mods.
    Yeah but this is jus a daily driver ..... Got a quick car for playing with on the weekends ....




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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by garretttt4 View Post
    Key word .... "THINK"!!!

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    IT'S a boat! They're huge!
    meh. I like to have a lot of room and all that trunk space!



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    Re: anyone good with Ford's?

    Quote Originally Posted by garretttt4 View Post

    IT'S a boat! They're huge!
    There's some guys hopping them up, all the mustang engine/tranny parts should fit. Twin turbo set up would be cool, no one would ever suspect. The rear suspension looks awful similar to the mustang so I'm sure it could made to hook up.




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