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If you're using the 300 computer like Sparky did you can ignore any wiring differences besides adding extra connectors for the injectors.
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I wish I could but the 4.9 along with the ECU was sold a week back to power a 1950 desoto. Hmmm looks like I'll be studying the ewd's tonight haha
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What all have you done to that 302? How much power are you putting out?

Sounds like a great project, I would love to see pictures of this truck if you ever get the chance.
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If you are refering to my truck it's a plain old stock 302 I'm putting in my bronco because I had a slew of issues and my buddy wanted the motor to do a 4.9 turbo. I think the guy you want to ask is the originator of this thread. But I'm happy to say this motor is going in my 88 bronco with 6 inch suspension 3 inch body lift rolling on 39.5 super swampers. I love my mudder!
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thought about this in my truck, did the engine mounts work?
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