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4.2 Crank for 4.0

Discussion in 'Need for Speed!' started by Tyson128, July 18, 2011.

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    1. Tyson128

      Tyson128 Member

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      I 've got a 97 4.0 block that just spit out a main bearing.
      Question : Can I use a f150 4.2 Crank without changing the pistons?
      If I do what pistons shouls I use. I have 91 to 94's for increased compression reliably.

      Thanks:thumbsup:
       
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      No, even if you change the pistons.... NO.

      The 4.2l is based off the 3.8l not the 4.0l.
       
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      4.2 for 4.0

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