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What needs to be changed when installing a 1990 fuel injected Chevy 350 engine into a 1986 Pontiac Parisienne that has a fuel injected V6?


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2004-08-03 21:58:23
2004-08-03 21:58:23

The bellhousing, the starter, the exhaust manifords, maybe the flexplate (flywheel) and the computer, and probably the motor mounts. I'm not sure if the V6 crossmember that the motor mounts bolt to will have to be changed or not. I guess it might.

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