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What is the fastest/strongest motor I can put in my 99 F150 Xlt
I have a 99' F150 Xlt with the 4.6 vin w in it that is 4wd. what can I do to either make it alot more powerful or engine swap. as I am looking to make this a long term project if needed. I currently have cat back true dual, cold air intake, 285r70 17" tires and wheels and an edge performance programmer. any advice would be much loved thank you in advance.
How much money do you want to spend? There's a slew of intakes, heads, stroker kits, etc for the 4.6. I'd say supercharge it, probably the easiest and actually cheapest way to make a lot more power out of the 4.6.
Getting into the realm of swaps looking for power, if you have deep pockets, it's endless.
1991 F150 XLT Lariat - 300 I6/E4OD, 2 Wheel Drive, Bright Regatta Blue Metallic
Mods: True duals, 55w AUX reverse lights, Smoked tails/reflector, Smoked corners, 31x10.50s, 15x10s, Blacked out grille, Diamond plate bed rails, Tampa Bay Rays fuzzy dice, 2.5in level, 2in rear block, 6,000K HIDs, LED grille lights, Custom clear headlights
Dont currently have much, but I dont wanna buy any parts that will(shoot me in the foot) IE I may be replacing them again later. where would be the best place to get a stroker KIT? and what all electronics would I have to change?
where can I find a DIY turbo kit that will fit the 4.6L VIN W? and where can I get the right exhaust manifold?
You build it yourself. Either use the stock manifolds with a y-pipe and run a remote mounted turbo, headers with y-pipe and remote mounted turbo or fab up some forward facing manifolds with a merge collector and an under-hood turbo. Getting it tuned is the 'hard' part.