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ok, I'm looking for a "kit" for a sbc swap into a foxbody.
i have a really nice looking foxbody 2.3 4cyl stang. FREE! i have sbc motor sitting in shop. aside from the t-5 tranny i'm picking up with the swap, is there a place someone can point me in to finding a kit for the swap.
why? b/c the car is getting swaped one way or the other, free motor, low buck tranny. why not. dont bash me, it's not your car, it's mine. I'm just asking for help. I'm excited to swap the stang one way or the other... thanx jon
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ok so after long research, google, and threds it seems as tho i'll give aje racing a call to set up a parts list. any hints tips and tricks to helping out will be great.
on a side note i saw where alot of negitive people hated on this topic. I'm looking for tech help and dont not care for all the crossbreed hatred going around. car is a car, let one do as they will. please keep negitive comments to yourself, thanx in advance.
You can buy the K member with the Chevy engine mounts from Summit racing, You can use a set of S-10 Conversion headers and a Turbo 350 transmission. Build a cheap 383 stroker with some cheap Vortec heads and a Comp XE268H Leave the hood closed at the strip and ford lovers will be all over you. I've built a few of these for the local circle track guys and they always exceed 410hp and 450lbft of torque on engines with less than 3000 dollars total in them. Throw a 150 shot on one of these and youre in the 10's. I like the keep the engine matched to the car but I've built a few cross breeds that turned out well. I had a 67 F-100 with a 500 cubic in caddilac engine and Turbo 400 transmission in it. I used it for a tow rig for my drag cars for years. It ran 13.10s on a completly stock engine. and street tires. It's your hot rod, screw the Haters. At least it isn't a toyota engine in a 67 fastback
making engines breath since 1968
1985 LX Coupe, 347/581hp N/A TCI C6 Currie 9 inch 4:10s 2577 pounds. Do the math
Gasp!!!!! hahahahahaha!!!! Come on, it's the most power dollar per dollar ever.
I spent most of my adolescent life at the dragstrip and have seen more cars with swaps then I care to see. I am to the point now to where if you build a chevy, I want it powered by chevy and the same for the Ford and Mopar. The purist of the pure is the Mopar guys. I just don't care for it anymore, when I was a kid I thought the idea was cool. I have seen so many first gen sbc in cars it turns my stomach anymore, I'd like to see more swaps done on their newer engine lines if a car has to be hacked up. Again, this is just my 2 cents.
guys thanx. the only ls1 i have is in my gto. love the motor but dont have one laying around. this input is great so far. i've helped out on two toyota 4x4's with 350's in them and they run like a bat outta hell.
i like things to be simple, my friend like to be unique. more less is the reasion we are looking to do it this way. i'll post pix of the fox soon.
I agree 150% with what blessed is saying.I got pissed at my brother one time because he was going to put a ford motor in an 80's camaro
91 mustang 5.0 lx,306 shortblock,E-303 cam,ported and polished E7's,rebuilt stock T-5,bbk E/L shorty headers,with their 2 1/2" o/r H-pipes,70 mm maf,3G alt.,upr adj. upper c/a's 3:73 gears. race weight with driver:3260,only a 100 lbs. more than the 85
85 mustang: rest in piece
Best time 13.7@ 102 mph 2.074 60' on street tires(in the '85)
Best time 14.3@ 96 mph 2.13 60' on street tires(in the '91)
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