cool, i might have a engine for this one.

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what car should get the 1993 351W engine?

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  1. [img]http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/745409/fullsize/78-fairmont-010.jpg[/img]

    2 vote(s)
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  2. [img]http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/600401/fullsize/84converta-001.jpg[/img]

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  3. [img]http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/650022/fullsize/80----83-merc-002.jpg[/img]

    1 vote(s)
    11.1%
  4. [img]http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/703478/fullsize/pady-wagon-ii-002.jpg[/img]

    6 vote(s)
    66.7%
  1. rancheronut

    rancheronut New Member

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    cool, i might have a engine for one of these.

    I just got off the phone with some one that has a COMPETE 1993 351W out of a bronco. this person got it for his pickup because his 302 broke but he not happy with the gas mileage. he put a listing on craigslist looking to swap a 302 for his 351.
    well, I just happen to have a complete 1993 302 out of f150 sitting in the corner of my shop and I do have three other 302 roller cam engine's too ,so I don't really need this 1993 302 and I want a 1993 to 1995 351W for there roller cam capable block's.
    so what car should put it in?
     
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    KevinVarnes Well-Known Member

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    Initial vote is for the Futura, but I can't see the middle two pictures.
     
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    Krash Kadillak Well-Known Member

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    You're asking SWF members to vote on this?

    :huh:
     
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    Yah , the wagon looks like it could use some love.
     
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    Any of the 2-door rides. The wagons need a lot of updated wiring for feedback carbs and engine management with a 1993 engine. The 2 door rides would use it too, but most of the newer mustangs and cougars would have all that you'd need without farting with 4-door issues and old powertrains.
     
  6. rancheronut

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    well that is why there a poll(y).






    here the 1982 zephyer as i got her home after i slap some cheep rims on;
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    WHEN I got the $80.00 WAGON. she was complete with 200-6 cylinder with a C5 tranny and 7.5 axle with out any rear backing plates.
    the photo is poll shows her just after I swap in a complete rebuilt 1995 8.8 rear dics brake rear end and still had the stock front brakes.
    she now has 1996 mustang GT front brakes. 1988 MUSTANG GT K member/front springs/sway bars P/S RACK/ LOWER control arms . I installed the 1988 mustang GT front and rear seats too. I also have rebuilt small block C-6 where the C-5 was, just waiting for the right V8.
    I have pulled the dent out on the driver rear Quarter panel and have complete trim to replace the bent or missing parts.
     
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    as for EFI? what ever car get the 351 ,i will swap the F150 STUFF for mustang HO with painless wiring in but for now it will get a carb.
     
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    That'll work.(y)
     
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    Ya! $80! I'd be :dance: Did they ask for $100?
    She'd be the fastest $80 in my neighbourhood with that 351.
    And it sounds like the love you have given her has prepped it quite nicely.
    :rofl:
     
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    Hey how did you hook up the rear brake line for the 8.8?
     
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    with the rear disc brakes , I use rear brake hose's from like a 1999 or newer independent rear mustang. there lines can not run along the deferential like a solid axle do. the brake hose on the passenger rear has a Y build in the brass end. so I run a solid line across the body (hooked to underside body) to the driver side brake like.
    so your brake like gos from master cylinder,
    to brake line,
    to passenger rear brake hose,
    then back to brake line,
    to driver rear brake hose.

    simple:whew:



    nope, the car was free!
    it just me took $80.00 DOLLARS of fuel to make the round trip to get her.
     
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    well i got photos of the 351, now just need to connect for the trade.
     
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    cool :2_thumbs_up_-_anima
    my complete F4TE 351W is home! not bad for $200?

    because the 302, i traded for the 351. was traded to me for a 1997 Monty Carlo with bad head gasket and i only gave $200 for the chevy in the first place.

    the bad part is there a complete clutch on the back of the 351, so maybe a T-5 should be with this 351? now to clean her up and pick a car to install it in.
     
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    Looks like the thread got indigestion. Parts of it are missing.

    F4TE would make it a 1994 casting.
     
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    only the redneck built parts are.
     

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