Can you swap a 1970 460 into a 1995 F250 that has an efi 460? Wanting to go carburated and get rid of efi

Asked by Jun 11, 2017 at 10:28 PM about the Ford F-250

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1995 F250 4x4 with a 460 efi motor.  Want to build a healthy carburated 70
something 460.  Can the swap be completed and still use the original truck
granny 5 speed.  Thanks Andi

4 Answers

134,275

I am sure it can be done but your truck will not longer be smog legal.

25,655

Sure you can but read up on it. It will not need the computer but your trans will need a stand alone unit designed for use without a computer controlled engine. May need a few other odds and ends because of the power needs of the engine. May can find a kit from a high performance shop that has already worked up the needed swap in harness and Vacuum needs and fuel pump/regulator kits ect.

134,275

No need for computer - manual 5 speed.

25,655

There you go. Its even easier.

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