4.6 2v swapping on 4v heads

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MustangIIMatt

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Basic rule of thumb for these motors is do NOT "convert" your 2V to a 4V. The cost is going to be much higher to do than simply sourcing out a used complete 4V longblock.
@Michael sommers , just to give you some perspective on just how cheap 4v engines can be purchsed for these days, I paid $200 for a low-mileage 4v pullout from a Mark VIII. For $150 more and a day's worth of work I could've pulled one out of an Aviator.
 
@Michael sommers , just to give you some perspective on just how cheap 4v engines can be purchsed for these days, I paid $200 for a low-mileage 4v pullout from a Mark VIII. For $150 more and a day's worth of work I could've pulled one out of an Aviator.
Wow that is very cheap, I just really want a brand new, fresh engine, and I also want to experience an engine build and be able to say i built my engine.