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1984 mustang 3.8 liter power upgrades

I have a 1984 mustang 3.8 liter and don't have the knowledge to put a bigger motor in so what are some good upgrades to increase power

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You could do turbo or supercharge. On a '84, you should be able to find a wrecked/donor v8 model and do a swap. You will need to exchange many parts but you would have them.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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    lyleglass Sep 27, 2009

    NOS has come a long way and you could do a mild boost, but only for the right moments.

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