That would depend on which engine you have and what year of Ford Mustang
A Ford Mustang 4.0 liter V6 engine would be ( 4,000 cubic centimeters )
A better question is why would you want to put a ranger transmission on a mustang
Yes a 429 would fit into a 1969-1970 ford mustang without no engine compartment mods
Don't mess up a FORD mustang with a CHEVY engine come on. Put the right engine in the car.
the 3.8l mustang engine should fit in it because it has the same everything basically.you will have alot of room in between the front of the engine and the radiator.thats cuz the 4.6l would fill that in. but i believe that it would fit. just do some measurments. then u'll be 100% sure.
What size engine? 302
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The 2000 Ford Mustang with a 6 cylinder had a V6 3.8 Liter engine from the factory.
You groom a mustang the same way you would groom any other horse.
The year of your Mustang would be helpful. But is should be between 4-6 quarts depending on the engine. Hope This Helps
It should be on the engine block itself which would mean you would have to take the whole engine out to get to it or go underneath it to get it.
I think most people would say "Wrecking Ball" is a medium up-tempo pop song. In other words, it starts in a medium tempo and then when she reaches the chorus, she switches to a more up-tempo sound.
402 and 302 are the Cubic Inches of the engine, the more cubic inches the more horsepower and torque the engine produces, so to answer your question the Mustang Boss 402 would have more power
yea it will fit...you need the motor mounts,wiring harness,computer,probably a k-member...and other small things... check out moddedmustangs.com
My 1971 Mustang fastback had a 351 cleveland 4 barrel and it was rated at (285 Brake horsepower ) It would depend on which engine you have
97 mustang! would
Classical Symphonies are composed of four movements. The typical tempo structure of these movements would be to begin with a fast tempo, then change to a slow tempo in the second movement. The third movement would be a dance in a medium to fast tempo, and the final movement is in a fast tempo.
Short answer, no. Long answer, yes, but not without major modifications, and would you really want to? For one thing, the front suspension of the 1964 1/2 Mustang is not nearly as strong as the '65 and later, so it would be inadequate for the added weight. The 400 engine is fairly tall, and I don't think it would fit under the hood. A better choice of engine would be a 351, which I know first hand can be stuffed into a '67 Mustang, but I still wouldn't do this to a '64 1/2, due to its structural deficencies.
Switch the intake and exhaust manifolds it should work.
Depends on what accommodations your aircraft can support.
Average mileage is 10,000 to 12,000 miles per year. The engine would have 90,000 to 108,000 miles on it, assuming it's the original engine.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of your Mustang engine Sensor 2 would be after the catalytic converter ( downstream )
A 3.8l thunder bird engine would fit or another v6 mustang motor but it has to have the same nolt pattern for the tranny I think 95 to 98 v6 models have the same bolt pattern
That is a LOW OIL senser. If engine is really low on oil that senser will not let the engine start.