Motor swap

Asked by Nov 26, 2016 at 01:18 AM

Question type: Car Customization

Hello guys I have a big question, so I have a 350 motor
5.7 with its original differential and everything, but I would
like to swap motors to a 454 would I need to change the
differential also or would it still work with it

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You should not have any real problems if this is a carbureted rig without any computer controls, and it has a turbo 400 tranny, the only thing that might be a problem is the front springs, they might be a little too weak to carry a big block.

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