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Can I put a 95 mustang 4.9 or 3.9 in my 94

Can I put a 95, mustang 4.9 or 3.9 in my 94 Thunderbird .I just baught a 94 Thunderbird suppositly it has a top end problem worped head ect.Really not sure last owner said moisture in the tail pipe's and loss of power. so they got the books and started taring her down .When he realized timing chains can be trickey! Stopped and decided to just sell her.I also have a 93,Thunderbird with the 5.0 and I love her.0h the 94,has the 4.9 V8 can the 5.0 like in the 93, go in the 94,And I belive they both have the same size tranney"s.What would you sugest I do?Thank"s Mike and Sue.

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Put an mustang 5.0 if you want real fast put cool air intake and headers with 2.5 inch exhust and 20 series flow master and dual all the way out the back cost a little bit but well worth it if you wanna smash on little imports ,mustang,camaro you mostlikly have the 8.8 rearend witch is a good rearend and you can gear it to your needs for quickness or speed however you want it for your motor .

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