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Old 10-21-2010, 10:48 PM
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5.4l In a 94 f150?

Was at the junk yard today and saw a wrecked 03 f150 with a 5.4 and I got the idea of putting that in my truck.....would it be possible? It's a 94 f150 4.9l 5 speed manual. I know, it sounds ridiculous but every has these thoughts from time to time lol
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Was at the junk yard today and saw a wrecked 03 f150 with a 5.4 and I got the idea of putting that in my truck.....would it be possible? It's a 94 f150 4.9l 5 speed manual. I know, it sounds ridiculous but every has these thoughts from time to time lol
Hey, I had the thought of putting the 5.0L Coyote in a 92 F150 with the E4OD. Your idea is probably way more reasonable, be interesting to see the answers.
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i love the 5.4 motor and i love my truck, so why cant they make love in the engine bay of my truck?
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lol @ "Why cant they make love in the engine bay", I would think mounting would be an issue...
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fabrication is a must and im sure the firewall would need some cutting i already know that but i have access to anything id need to make custom anything for the swap
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anyone have any thoughts?
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You better buy the hole 03 truck from the junkyard...lol
Your gonna need a lot of parts. But anythings possible.
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