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Old 05-12-2011, 08:06 AM   #1  
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ok so i figured i would start a build thread and also a how to put a 4.6l dohc into a fox so other will know( i went to modular fords and modular fox) and the info wasnt there.

i will post up pics of engine and car soon.

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98 mark viii engine after head work and rebuild
maximum motorsports full front suspension
hydroboost
sn95 dash, wiring, center console, gauge cluster
quicktime bellhousing to bolt up t5
hydro throw out bearing conversion
and of coarse all the small parts need for swap. example: sensors, ac lines, motormounts, clutch, flywheel etc.

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03-04 cobra irs
boss cobra r hood without vents
cobra front and rear bumper

from parting out my 5.0 i have almost enuff for the engine and suspension

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Old 05-12-2011, 04:45 PM   #2  
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lidio from alternative auto did it years ago. after he sold it a dude from livernois motorsports bought it and had it down in the mid 8's

heres when it was a 10-second car

last i remember you get a nice weight break with a mod motor over pushrod

http://www.mustang50magazine.com/fea...lli/index.html
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yes the mod motor weights less which is what i am trying to do sense i am trying to make a auto x car and street
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Old 05-13-2011, 08:06 AM   #4  
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aluminum (Teksid) block yes, iron 2V is about the same, and the iron 32V (03/04 cobra) weighs about as much as a 460 BBF...

IIRC the 3V out of the 05-10's weighs like 395 fully dressed...
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98 mark viii's have teksid block 4v would never do a 2v pointless
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Old 05-15-2011, 09:34 PM   #6  
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so i now have the engine out of a 98 mark viii with everything except alternator,

for a/c i have the mark viii's condenser and lines i am going to buy a new evap canister to make it all work.

i will post up pics soon of everything
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