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Will a 5 point 0 liter engine fit in a 95 ford thunderbird lx 4 point 6 liter?

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2007-06-06 19:28:33
2007-06-06 19:28:33

Anything can be made to work if you have the ambition, desire, know how or money. Whether you would choose to go after something of this nature from a practical standpoint is a whole other subject. There are many potential headaches that will arise. Such as compatibility issues . Todays auto is more human like that ever. If you put a part that is doesn't like, it will reject it a pig heart in a human. Components of concern would be the drivetrain system including the transmission, driveshafts, ABS system; the powertrain management system, including the ecm, any sensors, transmission control devices etc. Not to mention any physical modifications that may be necessary to fabricate to hold the motor, re-rout throttle cables hoses, lines etc. When you create a Frankenstein, it is your baby. Repair shops generally will not touch it, because there is no blueprint to follow. Some shops may take on a nightmare like this when you can't solve a problem based on a blank check and no promises. So can you do it?, Probably, is it logical? Not a chance in my book. hi this is charlie1993 everything for the engine swap can be found at summitracing.com also at jegs.com, swaps like this are fairly common in the hot rod community . also, there are performance enhansers for the 4.6. peace

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