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I have a 1990 Bronco with a stock 302. I have recently had a buddy offer to sell me a 1997 Ford V-10 (i am actually not sure of the year of the motor, but i think he said 1997) from an Econoline van. I am wondering how difficult it would be to shimmy that lump into my bronco. If it is even possible? does anyone know what and where the pitfalls would be with a project like this??

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anything can be done with enough patience and money.
 

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You like computers? Major wiring? Lots a sensors? V10 is right for you then.

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dummy said:
I have a 1990 Bronco with a stock 302. I have recently had a buddy offer to sell me a 1997 Ford V-10 (i am actually not sure of the year of the motor, but i think he said 1997) from an Econoline van. I am wondering how difficult it would be to shimmy that lump into my bronco. If it is even possible? does anyone know what and where the pitfalls would be with a project like this??

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There's a guy who recently put a 5.4 mod motor in his '79 Bronco and it was pretty sweet. A V-10 would be awesome but unless you have some serious fabrication and electrical skills it wouldn't be worth it. If I had a solid three months and an extra $8,000 I'd try it.
 

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Indybronco said:
There's a guy who recently put a 5.4 mod motor in his '79 Bronco and it was pretty sweet. A V-10 would be awesome but unless you have some serious fabrication and electrical skills it wouldn't be worth it. If I had a solid three months and an extra $8,000 I'd try it.
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