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3.8 liter V6 Ford PSRU model year compatibility



 
 
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Old October 27th 03, 11:04 PM
James W Brackett
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Default 3.8 liter V6 Ford PSRU model year compatibility

I am currently running a 1986 v6 with a Northwest Aero PSRU.
I was wondering when or if Ford changed the bolt hole pattern
on bell housing. I have a 2001 mustang with the 3.8 and would
like to maybe step up to fuel injection and the balanced intake.
JIM


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Old October 28th 03, 01:37 AM
Jerry Wass
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Just call your friendly junk yard man--they have interchange books that'll
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Old October 30th 03, 07:20 AM
Bruce A. Frank
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A call to Northwest Aero will probably give you the most reliable
information. I do know that the bolt pattern from '82 through '94 are
the same. I have no definitive info on later models but I have been told
that a NWA PSRU from an '87 3.8L V-6 engine bolted up to a 2001 4.2L
V-6.

James W Brackett wrote:

I am currently running a 1986 v6 with a Northwest Aero PSRU.
I was wondering when or if Ford changed the bolt hole pattern
on bell housing. I have a 2001 mustang with the 3.8 and would
like to maybe step up to fuel injection and the balanced intake.
JIM


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