2000 GT Short block vs long block
Hey guys, I need some experts to answer me a question or point me in the right direction to the answer...
I have a 2000 Mustang GT whose motor blew.
I am having a replacement motor sent from my warranty company but I am confused about some things.
They are referring to a long block and short block, as far as I knew the engine in mine was a 46L SOHC that put out 260 at the crank and approx 220 at the wheel (still stock). I dont know if this is a long block or a short block but I am being sent a short block. Is there a difference?? And if so...what is it? I am mostly interested in any loss/gain of horsepower and torque. I have been looking around and can't find anything that is helping me out!
Thanks in advance,