North American Turbocoupe Organization



not tc related but mustang sc related?
plkdb Offline
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#1
Debating about swapping the sc motor in a 79-93 mustang, or fixing up the sc. Looking for something different, anyone seen this before? Would definetely be a easy way to drop some weight from the bird.
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andy90sc Offline
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#2
umm...youd be better off just putting a 5.0 in the mustang...if its a 2.3l mustang, the fuel lines of the 2.3 are on a different side than the v8...if it is a 2.3, juts replace the engine with a rebuilt svo motor, harness and ecu...
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plkdb Offline
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#3
so what side are the fuel lines on in the supercoupes? Dont want a turbo motor. I currently have a 87 tc, I want something a little more unique. I have been looking for a capri, but havent had much luck yet.
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Urban Redneck Offline
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#4
I've also thought about dropping a SC engine in a Fox Mustang. Where the fuel lines come up is no big deal, moving fuel lines is an easy thing to do. The guys next door have a car that would be perfect for the swap, an 86 turd-brown hatchback that has a 3.8 with popped headgaskets(big suprise). I'd love to do it, but a 2.3L Turbo swap into a Mustang will probably happen first since I already have *that* engine in my shop. [Image: smile.gif]

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plkdb Offline
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#5
Theres a guy I saw his page that swapped a sc motor into a merkur.
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