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Old 03-10-2006, 10:24 PM
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what do i need for a 67 inline 6 mustang motor swap to a 93 302

i have a 93 convertible gt with some stuff and i found a 67 inline for less than 2 g's and i just want to know what kind of deep work i might have to do to get that 302 in there
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mustang motor swap

I have helped a friend with a couple mustang swaps and they are harder then a chevy swap. First you need the motor mounts and frame mounts for a 289 of that year(302 wasnt available yet). On the mustangs you need to change to a 5 lug set up. and the front suspension is different( i think its the pitman arm and center link). i would advise you to use the front dress form the 5.0 and the tranny to make things easier. all you will have to do is modify the trans cross member i believe. if you want to use the old style front dress you need a new balancer, timing cover, block old dipstick hole, and a new flexplate if you have an auto. I hope this helps.
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actually, i disagree. if you plan to transplant that 93 motor into the 67, the only thing you'ld really need is a new oil pan and probably a transmission crossmember. oh, and also the motor mounts for any 60s smallblock ford. just swap over everything from the donor car (wire harness, ecu, engine, tranny) and call it done! in the future, you should think about upgrading brakes, suspension, & the rear end, but to just get it driveable you dont need much.

incidently, the 289 & 302 blocks are physically the same dimensions. the only difference between the two are a slightly longer stroke for the 302.
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This might make things a little easier as far as the wiring goes
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A stand alone harness is alot easier than picking through the 55,000 miles of wire in a stock harness. Later, mikey
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In practicality there is little/no difference in a factory FI and aftermarket harnesses. If you are willing to do a little work you can save several hundred dollars easily. Only 3 wires connect to the 67 car.

the 93 is a drop in, especially if you are using the 93 trans. A Maverick radiator is a drop in for the 93 front engine dress.

You need a front sump pan and pick-up from a 289/302 of any kind, and using the 93 dress, you must drill a dipstick hole on the timing cover to put in the 289/302 dipstick.

HINT= unibody Fords are mostly identical. Think 70s Maverick/Granada.

Been there, done several.
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