Posted by VicS on May 04, 2012 at 19:36:36 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: Conversion posted by Walter Buller on May 02, 2012 at 13:24:55:
I have a 91 Dodge Cummins. I also have a 03 F250 Ford 5.4 gasser. I googled it Cummins into Ford found the kit and a Guy at Chicago who would put it in. Has did 4 just like mine. Says it takes 80 hrs X 50 or 4000 labor and another 4500 for the kit. Which doesn't count buying a 6 liter torque converter, or changing to the newer automatic. Or upgrading to a full 4 in exhaust system. And if I wanted it to really run, a bigger turbo and injection lines. I guess I will just record the sound of my son's Dodge taking off and play it in my Ford gasser. lol Vic
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