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Old 11-23-2013, 09:11 PM   #11
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Try this site, they seem to offer everything needed.

http://www.ddautospec.com/products_engineswap.html
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Old 11-25-2013, 02:38 AM   #12
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I know of a couple of sn-95 cars that have this this engine swap that run in NHRA SS/GT classes.
You need to remember that these are very special, race only cars.
I also don't think they have been 'winning combinations' either...
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Old 11-25-2013, 11:31 PM   #13
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I know of a couple of sn-95 cars that have this this engine swap that run in NHRA SS/GT classes.
You need to remember that these are very special, race only cars.
I also don't think they have been 'winning combinations' either...
This 460 SN95 is just a little something I've fallen into.
I popped the hood on an '81 F-250 while looking for a 402ci...the 8th digit in the vin was a "Z". Paid the noneyard owner $390 for the engine with all pumps, brackets, etc. He pulled engine & deliverred for same price.
"Old School"? Well now...when I'm done with this stang, it's just going to be a bulletproof street car. I miss the torque
that I had with a 407ci in my '79 Z/28 that I bought new and changed as well.

EZ!
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Old 11-25-2013, 11:33 PM   #14
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This 460 SN95 is just a little something I've fallen into.
I popped the hood on an '81 F-250 while looking for a 402ci...the 8th digit in the vin was a "Z". Paid the noneyard owner $390 for the engine with all pumps, brackets, etc. He pulled engine & deliverred for same price.
"Old School"? Well now...when I'm done with this stang, it's just going to be a bulletproof street car. I miss the torque
that I had with a 407ci in my '79 Z/28 that I bought new and changed as well.

EZ!
If you want to see the eng on a stand in my shop...goto twitter acct
@RunGeorgeRun
...and look in the pics that I have posted.
Later guys!
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