engine swap

Asked by Jan 14, 2014 at 08:46 PM about the 1986 Ford Mustang

Question type: General

i have a 1986 ford mustang with a 4 cyl in it. i also have a wrecked 2007 mustang with a
4.0. can i put the 4.0 in the 86 and keep it fuel injected?

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You can keep it fuel injected but the bigger problem will be swrapping over the wiring harness and PCM and what to do about the trans. Also upgrading the brakes, rear end etc. It's doable, just will take a lot of work. Frequent the Mustang forums, and ask questions. There is tons of info about motor swaps. I personally use www.corral.net, and wwww.stangnet.com.

thanks Tom. i wanted to put engine, tranny and all in the 86.

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