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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-30-2013, 06:33 PM Thread Starter
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Using 99 RWD block Pulled from stang

Couldn't pass the deal up. But it don't seem like the motor mount brackets are in the same spot. on the Cast it's self I know the mustang motor mounts will not fit. but can anybody confirm is a 99 block with fit?
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Thanks Joe for the quick reply, I'm gonna start building on 2004 head's spilt port injection. and sending the head's off to be ported and polished!
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Check this article out, a few tidbits of information!

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Ok, well I was reading. I can use my 03-04 heads FWD on my RWD casting correct?
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Ok, well I was reading. I can use my 03-04 heads FWD on my RWD casting correct?
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Thanks again joe! I was reading on there and figured i could, just wanted to double check before i start building. I'm hoping to be putting 240-250 at the wheels after this build. My goal. Spilt port with 19# injector with don's tuning. Also with cam and port and polish. Since its 210hp stoc using windstar parts 04 shouldn't be to hard to achieve.
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