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Old 07-13-2005, 06:40   #1 (permalink)
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the BOSS of all EF's

hey guys just hoping some people could shed some light on my next project!
i am almost finished my race boat so i need something else to occupy me! i was woundering what are going to be the dificulties of fitting a Boss 5.4ltr to my EF falcon also i wanna make it manual i have got a gearbox lined up for it i just wanna figure some things out before i go ahead and buy the motor and box!
any help would be great full!
also i am thinking quad turbo or supercharged any suggestions on that would be great too!
cheers guys!
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Old 07-13-2005, 19:45   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not too sure whether a Boss (or normal 5.4) would fit due to width? If it does, you'd probably need some block-hugger style extractors. As for the electronics, I'd have no idea what you'd do there! You might be best off asking this in the modular V8 section maybe?

And of course, you'd need a bulge or scoop of some sort as the normal bonnet would be too low! I'd love to see this project come to life though... mmmmmmmmm

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Re: the BOSS of all EF's

DAM RIGHT THE THOUGHT OF AN EF WIT A BOSS 5.4 AND SUPERCHARGED IS BLOODY AWSOME
just a suggestion mabye just go for a 5.0ltr or something, unless you want it to kick ass
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Old 07-13-2005, 23:33   #4 (permalink)
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Re: the BOSS of all EF's

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just a suggestion mabye just go for a 5.0ltr or something, unless you want it to kick ass
oi!!!

Another suggestion would be dropping in a 351W from an F-truck. Their electrics are the same as the 5.0, with the only issue with them being bonnet clearance (a small bulge or scoop is required to alleviate this problem).

If I bought a 2nd V8 E-Series (like an auction special or something), I'd chuck a 351W in it!

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