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Old 11-10-2008, 08:44 PM   #1
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Default mustang ls1 swap parts list

hey whats up everyone

just got my motor and trans today

trying to make a list of all the parts i am going to need to do the swap i already have some stuff. HELP with what iam missing

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aje k member
kook headers
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4L60E but my dad has a th400 laying around i dont know which trans would work best???
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transmission choice....whats the purpose of this car? street? strip??

Dynatech also makes a LS1 swap header...few hundred bucks cheaper than Kooks....
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where did you find the dynatechs?

also to my list are
intake tube/MAF/fitler
custom lines if you're going to keep A/C
custom lines if you're keeping hydroboost if it is a sn95 car like mine
fabricate a new x pipe
get a driveshaft made
shifter if not included with transmission
transmission crossmember - aje makes them for both those trans choices
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You can use the stock k-member I'm pretty sure. just have to fab up some motor mounts.


http://www.afabcorp.com/AFCO_Dynatec...y_Code=dragaje

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where did you find the dynatechs?
On their website. They show a list price, but Im sure a sponsor that carries Dynatech might be able to do something on the price?
It shows it as a 1 7/8 primaries and 3 inch collector.
http://www.afabcorp.com/AFCO_Dynatec...y_Code=dragaje
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i believe the 4.6 mounts are damn close to the same as lsx mounts. dont forget some kind of tuning software or send your ecu off to someone to get rid of vats.
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you can use the 4.6 k member and mounts or any aftermarket k member and mounts, but the aje/kooks combo is the quickest/least effort way of doing it. he'll have enough other small projects to keep him busy.
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the cars going to be my daily driver but will be racing on the weekends and some night time street racing :-)
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what kind of steering rack to use ????

also have a manuel steering rack laying around i was planing on using
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what brake boosters should i be looking at ???????????
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the cars going to be my daily driver but will be racing on the weekends and some night time street racing :-)
If you want to stay with an automatic transmission, and this car WILL be your daily driver, try and stick with a 4speed auto of somesort...4L80/E or 4L60/E.
Its nice to have an extra gear/overdrive transmission and you can still run say 4.10s without having the motor to buzzing high all the time cruising around.

I'll be keeping a 5 speed with my swap...

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what kind of steering rack to use ????

also have a manuel steering rack laying around i was planing on using
Should be fine...one less accessory (power steering pump) to turn...it will give your arms a nice workout with those low speed turns....or you could get a quick-ratio manual steering rack...

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what brake boosters should i be looking at ???????????
what year is the car??
I guess it would come down to what brake setup you are going to use?

Many will most likely utilize the stock Foxbody brake booster/master setup, since its already there.

Or using a 94-95 Mustang style booster/master.

Should you keep the power steering, and really wanted to you can get a Hydra-boost brake setup from the 96-04 Mustangs.
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What is involved in modding the stock 4.6 K-member? That would free up a lil more dough for other essentials
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you can use stock manifolds on a fox swap right
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I have a set of 1 7/8 Kooks for an ls1 fox for sale. Never used!!
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you can use stock manifolds on a fox swap right
Yeah, you can even mount them backward for a turbo kit
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What is involved in modding the stock 4.6 K-member? That would free up a lil more dough for other essentials
Just the 4.6 motormounts to fit the LSx motor.

Also, depending on the oil pan used and if you are using the stock factory 4.6 K-member, you might need to notch the pan or K-member to clear the oil pan.

Here is a link to read on the motormounts:
http://www.lsxextreme.com/showpost.p...44&postcount=2

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Cool thanks!!

I'd be using the F-body pan, that is the one that fits best supposedly.
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I have a set of 1 7/8 Kooks for an ls1 fox for sale. Never used!!
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What does SBC means?
http://www.afabcorp.com/AFCO_Dynatec...y_Code=dragaje
and will this headers work with QA1 k-member?
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what kind of stall you guys running on the street/strip cars

aje make motor mounts for the ls swap and they bolt right up to the k member
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