You can swap in a complete factory EFI 460 engine from a 1988-1997. If you already have a 460 that is still good you can take the heads and intake from the 88-97 and put them on any 460 engine. A 460 will even bolt up to the same bellhousing that a 351M or 400 will. Is it time to rebuild your 460 or Modified engine, or are you simply ready to ditch your carburetor and ignition system? Even if you’re just looking to add better fuel economy and power to your vehicle, an engine swap can be done in a day or two.
From there just send us the harness and ECU from the fuel injected truck, and we will convert it to our full stand-alone system. If you are missing the harness or ecu we keep them in stock also.
If you want to make even more power install the new low-profile throttle body kit. It offers a much better throttle response and makes even more horsepower and torque than Ford’s stock EFI throttle body. It also lets you keep your vintage style air cleaner.
This throttle body was installed in the blue and white monster, and it was never removed. There was such a noticeable performance gain we couldn’t bring ourselves to convert back to Ford’s snorkel plenum.
Jeremy High – :
The 460 engine I’m using to upgrade my 72 came out of a 90 model F-250. It ran but had numerous wiring issues with the fuel injection and other systems. Even though I was swapping the engine to an older truck i wanted to keep the modern convenience of fuel injection during the engine upgrade. I sent my damaged harness and the computer to Russel to build a stand alone EFI harness. The stand alone system simplifies the wiring harness tremendously and made a very daunting task into a much more simple task. All of the harness connectors are clearly labeled and bundled nicely. All you have to do is plug the connectors into the appropriate spot follow some basic instructions on how to connect a few more wires and that’s it! This harness saved me a bunch of time and ultimately $$$. Cant wait to finish my build and get her on the street!
Lou S. – :
We took it out for a test drive. This engine has the 1988 EFI 460 heads and it has no problem moving with traffic. My neighbor commented “My Honda CR-V couldn’t keep up with you.” Not bad for road wale RV.
Kennan C. – :
You guys weren’t kidding it was a lot easier than I could have imagined to install, and it runs amazingly. Have anyone who is considering getting one of these call me
Mike B. – :
I never imagined this old flatbed would pull my loaded skid steer trailer through the Rockies, down to sea level and back with as much power as it has now.
Recently added a E4OD, it made a great addition and gets me better mpg’s than I thought it would.
Brandon (verified owner) – :
Used a 96′ 460 in my 67′ F250 using this conversion, and couldn’t be happier. Saved me a lot of frustration trying to convert the harness myself, and made for a clean install. Had it running within a day of getting the harness.
Hook up power/ground/ignition signal to the ecu, plug in the connectors and it’s ready to run. Do note the starter/alternator circuits will not be included in that, but they are dead simple to wire up.
Brent Johnson – :
This truck has been in my family since it was new and it has sentimental value or I would have unloaded it years ago. I’ve been at my wits end with it for sometime now. It’s been a gas guzzling gutless wonder since day one. When you’ve got 460 cubic inches under the hood and every time you think about passing you have to decide if you’ll have enough fuel left to get to the next gas station and enough horsepower to not die passing that Prius that’s in front of you there’s a problem and these guys can cure it for you!
I’ve spent more time searching forums trying to figure out my bad idle, mpg, hesitation and black exhaust smoke then I’ve spent talking to my wife in recent history (maybe the trucks not that bad after all). My go to tool has been a can of carb cleaner so that I could try to find the next vacuum leak. I’ve tried a cat back, cutting off the air horns, 6.0 tune up anything to try to improve the mpg or the hp with basically little to no improvement. To be frank I’ve spent more money in sensors in the last two years then I spent buying the twisted smog box and a throttle body. If your on this path or just starting down it just stop doing what you doing, your wasting your money and time just call these guys.
I finished putting my parts on and this thing moves like I never thought it could or would. Im not sure what the mpg is going to be in the end mostly because I can’t keep my foot out it but I’m using less going fast then I was going slow.
If your dream is to put on Mr Banks 2k kit as mine was don’t bother my friend had to begrudgingly admit that the 460 EFI Guys bolt ons had superior throttle response and acceleration compared to the Banks kit he has on his for less than 1/2 the price.
I got quick responses from Russel with a few questions I had and I have to say after 25 years in the automotive industry that it’s rare for the average Joe to get personal service from someone that’s the best at their specialty in this industry but that’s what you get here. I guarantee you that for 2k you won’t be hearing from Mr. Banks and won’t be anywhere near as happy with the finished product. If you want a smile like the guy on the you tube video that put these guys kit on his truck call Russel if you don’t call them carb cleaners .97 cents a can at Walmart I’d recommend a case. Well I guess I have to go talk to the wife but at least she’ll think I’m smiling at her. Thanks guys!!!!!