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5.0 to 4.6 swap

Old 07-27-2010, 01:52 AM
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Originally Posted by 94gtcoupe View Post
im not here to debate if a 4.6 can or cant do, i now remember y i left here the first time, every one wants to tell you not to do **** rather than answer the questions asked, i watched the car make 475 no its not n/a... and no the turbos dont come with it thats a later project, i know all the modifications needing to be done to the body and suspension, yes i could build a 427 but between the block internals and top end its not going to b any cheaper considering ill still have to do most of the same modifications to ensure the cars doesnt pull itsself apart

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1. Sell your 5.0 SN95 to someone who will appreciate it
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Old 07-27-2010, 01:54 AM
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Originally Posted by 94gtcoupe View Post
im a tech. at a local ford dealership
reason #56049 why i don't use dealerships
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Old 07-27-2010, 03:30 AM
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Originally Posted by 94gtcoupe View Post
im not here to debate if a 4.6 can or cant do, i now remember y i left here the first time, every one wants to tell you not to do **** rather than answer the questions asked, i watched the car make 475 no its not n/a... and no the turbos dont come with it thats a later project, i know all the modifications needing to be done to the body and suspension, yes i could build a 427 but between the block internals and top end its not going to b any cheaper considering ill still have to do most of the same modifications to ensure the cars doesnt pull itsself apart
it would be way cheaper to stay with a 5.0/ or 351w build....basically youll need a parts car to do the swap
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Old 01-20-2017, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by 94ford5liter View Post
why would you want to go to a 4.6 in the first place? Unless you are talking about a 03-04 cobra engine or something that actually makes good power.


are you seriously trying to bash on a 4.6? Lol them 5.0 are crap 225hp wow! A 2v is a easy build with cams intake and headers your lookin at about 320 whp by spending 1000 dollars or get a 4v motor. Point is any stock 4.6 will out run any stock 5.0.
You get a lot lighter of a engine with a 4.6 and you have better transmission options with it as well
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Old 01-29-2017, 10:38 PM
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I like both motors but I am yet to see a 4.6 car beat a 5.0 car bolt on for bolt on but I will say that a cammed 2 valve does have a nice note when its cammed
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