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3.7 swap?

Old 12-12-2014, 12:08 AM
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3.7 swap?

Hey guys I'm back to my home turf's club here, and my returning post is this.
Given the popular f150 v6 swap, stroking, boring, the typical swaps excluding v8 upgrade swaps, pretty much all I've seen to say the later is pretty much splitport or higher displacement swapping. I understand each project and idea has limitations, or potential, and either way they dictate either lots of part finding for compatibility or some fabrication of sorts.
Well just reading through Craft's posts about the 4.0 crowd and somehow this got me thinking about what will soon be the last v6 engines in the mustangs the 3.7 aluminum motors, and to be clearly honest, I have not heard of any swaps with these motors.

Watching a youtube guy by the name of Mat Ferah aka TheSmokingTire did a review of the 2011 mustang v6 i think, ( could be thinking the wrong year but regardless) I wondered since its an all aluminum block, with significantly higher power, tolerance and parts available, would this be a worthy swap to go for? I mean its got ***** to the wall for power. So if it is doable into a sn95 or new edge mustang, what will or be logical to have?
And if anyone could enlighten me or tell me more about these motors that would be great too. Thanks guys.
By the way I am not planning a project anytime soon, due to being laid off and prepping for my retest for the Canadian Forces, I'm just getting learning info in case I do make it and want to give that a go.
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