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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-27-2019, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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For those wanting a Voodoo

https://lsswap.parts/product/2018-gt...-speed-manual/

Guess you can get them used from wrecking yards now. Just thought it was cool.


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I had looked at that myself....but MY GOSH the price of admission!

I can just imagine the phone call I would get from my wife when she got an email about a $20,000 charge on our Visa. The conversation would NOT be fun.
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I saw that too. It seemed crazy expensive to me at first until I thought what it can cost for a 500 hp sbf with injection and a 6 speed behind it. Wife is going to kill me either way.
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Yeah, it was a bit of a shock when I saw the price. I wonder if they offer layaway....


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My first thought was "Wonder what happened to the rest of the car?"
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I just saw a complete one on eBay go for 12. It had trans and ECU as well as coolers.
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My first thought was "Wonder what happened to the rest of the car?"

My first thought was similar...


I guess this is the result when someone buys more car than they can handle.
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$38 per horsepower.
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Yeah ,so incase you missed it
https://forums.vintage-mustang.com/v...et-motors.html
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I saw that too. It seemed crazy expensive to me at first until I thought what it can cost for a 500 hp sbf with injection and a 6 speed behind it. Wife is going to kill me either way.
Yeah, if you add everything up, it is not really that far off for what you are getting. Part of me says I am already going top shelf on the suspension, don't short myself on the engine......BUY IT. I would really end up with a build seriously approaching super car status for a 65 Mustang. But, gotta draw a line on the budget someplace. If I did that, then why not have some custom light weight wheels for a few thousand more, and full glove leather interior, 20k paint job, and a set up super sticky tires that wear out in 2,000 miles. Yeah, gotta know where to quit.
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Mars is one place. There is also Cleveland Power and Performance:

https://www.clevelandpap.com/


Then there is ebay and a few guys like Parts Farm and their competitors who turn of PATS and sell you everything and anything that came with the car.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/25k-2015-20...MAAOSwpRhdYA8w


I think the better buy is a 2018 or forward Coyote. 435 HP and you can do whatever to it for what you save and get beyond the 500HP

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I saw that too. It seemed crazy expensive to me at first until I thought what it can cost for a 500 hp sbf with injection and a 6 speed behind it. Wife is going to kill me either way.
How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time

It's a whole lot easier (for me anyways) to slowly build a motor and pick up a transmission than it is to drop $20K all at once. The only reason why I'm planning on a Coyote\MT-82 setup is cause I already daily drive my 2011GT. Otherwise, I'd slowly build a 408w.
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20k is just teh beginning, carve up the front end and find a suspension kit that doesn't start with "Mustang" and end with "II" then try to put that power to the ground when bias weight is totally front bias. Why not 408 Spend the rest of of the money on an addition or Garagmahol or even a gambling binge with hookers - at least if your gonna get screwed...

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There are usually a couple listed on Ebay at a time and prices appear to be coming down. I'd be curious to know if there are any differences between the production years 2016-2018. It is my understanding that 2019 and up Voodo motor share the predator block with the 2020 GT500, thus they are designed to handle boost.
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post #15 of 19 (permalink) Old Yesterday, 03:26 PM
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If you all would like to check out MARS's Voodoo package in person it will be in Bowling Green, KY on display at Holley Ford Fest at Beech Bend Raceway Sept. 26-29th.

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