Changing the motor in my 2013 V6

Asked by Aug 21, 2016 at 11:56 AM about the 2013 Ford Mustang V6

Question type: Car Customization

Okay I've been doing a little bit of research and I know I want to change the motor in my car. I understand that trading it in or selling it might be easier but I cant do that. So I think I want a Carb in it because the motors are a little bit cheaper and not as much to put in I think as compared to the fuel injection I'm sure I have someone that would be willing to help me put everything in as well but what should I put in it should I go with the fuel injection or the carb what size motor I want my power but I do want to be able to drive it without stopping every 10 minutes too fill it up I know that the Carb will not help me much on gas and it is daily driven. Any help will be very much appreciated thank you.

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Listen, are you kidding??? You definitely DON'T want to put in a carburetor! They are not as reliable as fuel injection, get much worse fuel economy, are finicky as hell and they're VERY EXPENSIVE.. forget about it.,

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And, passing emissions standards with a carburetor is MUCH MORE DIFFICULT.... you're really looking for trouble if you proceed.

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