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engine swap in the future by dvlmn
Started on: 10-01-2007 02:06 PM
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i was looking into doing an engine swap doing my homework first the engines im interested in are V6 engines such as the

3800 any of them would do and i have no preference of SC or NA
3900 confused on what one LZ9, LZ8, or go flex fuel way with the LGD
3.4 but im confused on what one i would want to use- L32, LQ1, LA1?
shortstar V6 LX5

Price is not an issue as im starting the homework now so i know how much to save up and what to get ready for, easy swap preferred which will cut some of these options out but im still interested the only other way i would think of going is N*V8 4.9 but i like the idea that the LZ8 uses to help fuel economy any input would be greatly appreciated but please dont start making this TOO much of a debate i know there will be some debating which is what im looking for cuz then i can look at what everyone has to say and take it in on my own then decide i will update with what engine im leaning towards every now and then and when i start to work on my car i WILL post a build thread

thanks in advance for the help guys
Philip J Jr

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