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Old 01-20-2001, 07:21 PM
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Does anyone know if i can get the 98 and up lightning crate motors and tranny to put in my 66? Does it come w/or w/out the supercharger? hopefully with. Just wondering, i plan on having one bad truck.



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You can, but's a pricey setup. You'll also need the wiring harness and computer. Expect to pay about $10K for the complete arrangement.

Occasionally they're for sale on eBay.

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Anderson Ford in Clinton, IL (Illinois #1 SVT Dealer) sells the '98-'00 crate motor with the Eaton blower for less than $6000.

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But that's only for the engine itself and not the supporting hardware or electronics. Just the tip of the iceberg - I was looking into putting a Gen 2 Lightning engine into my Gen 1 truck just for the "neat-o" factor and reached the "aint got enough money" point somewhere near
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