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Ford Performance Power Module Powertrain System [Mustang Gen III Coyote 5.0L]

397-M-9000-PMCM3


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Power Module Powertrain System [Mustang Gen III Coyote 5.0L]
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$18,265.99
Truck Freight: $184.99
Power Module Powertrain System
  • 2018-2019 Ford Mustang GT Gen III Coyote 5.0L
  • 460 HP @ 7,000 RPM
  • 420 ft/lbs TQ @ 4,600 RPM
  • Tremec 6-Speed Manual Transmission
  • Includes Engine Controller & Wiring Harness
  • Ships on 02/01/23
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    Would this fit into a 1986 ford F-250 RWD?

    Asked by: Adrian4141
    An '86 F250 will need modifications to use the Ford 397-M-9000-PMCM3 engine.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-10-28

    Would this combination fit in my 2002 Mustang GT Premium?

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