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Big thing is to get the right size radiator and well designed air flow system to the radiator to keep that beast cool.
 

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Its about the cost of a new Civic Si before destination.
no one here gives a crap about a civic si.. if they do they are in the wrong forum.
 

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Amazing for what it is. The price is fair too IMO.

Might pick one up as an investment...
 

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Let's just slip one of those right in here.... :cwl:

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My thoughts exactly.
Issue then becomes all the fueling and cooling needs.

Ford may sell a harness and ECU??? TBD.
But it would probably work with all stock style components. Adapting to another platform is a good chunk of work.

Great starting point though.
I think the real cost to drop into a fox body with parts and labor would be an additional 40-60K.
Then You have the tranny, rear and suspension. Not a cheap project.
 

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My thoughts exactly.
Issue then becomes all the fueling and cooling needs.

Ford may sell a harness and ECU??? TBD.
But it would probably work with all stock style components. Adapting to another platform is a good chunk of work.

Great starting point though.
I think the real cost to drop into a fox body with parts and labor would be an additional 40-60K.
Then You have the tranny, rear and suspension. Not a cheap project.
It might be cheaper to get a stuffed(totaled) car and start pulling everything out. you need and selling off the rest
 

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Speak for yourself I'm actively waiting for the new Integra to trade in one.
You might want to come up with an alternate, in case the bloated CUV rumors are true.

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It's an interesting price point.

If you need all the non-long block components, you'd be hard pressed to buy all of them (new) to accompany your own long block.

I wonder if it comes with management.

Not sure I'd want a bunch of the components that come on/with it, unless it was for the purposes of maintaining a warranty.

It makes the motor a bit of a tweener. Guys who are wanting to build a custom wild street/strip car will want to go differently for a lot of the components. Guys who are simply wanting 760 hp can probably go cheaper as well. And I doubt you get a warranty on this unless it's installed by a Ford affiliate.

It's generally priced for the Boyd Coddington/Chip Foose type customers who don't want the brain damage of putting together a very custom power plant but want something formidable and have a bunch of money to throw at it.
 
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