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Old 05-22-2015, 06:46 PM   #1
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Cyclone 3.7l motor swap

Im looking into what needs to be done for it to happen. Transmission is a manual.
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Your life will be simpler if you go with an aftermarket PCM such as an AEM Infinity, as opposed to attempting to frankenstein the factory 3.7 PCM into operation. Factory PCMs look for a lot of data before giving the OK to so much as start the engine, and a lot of that data will not exist on your computer system. You will be bravely blazing the trail though, as I am not converting until at least next season, and I see zero evidence that anyone else is attempting this (granted this community is much less connected than the V8 guys).
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Your life will be simpler if you go with an aftermarket PCM such as an AEM Infinity, as opposed to attempting to frankenstein the factory 3.7 PCM into operation. Factory PCMs look for a lot of data before giving the OK to so much as start the engine, and a lot of that data will not exist on your computer system. You will be bravely blazing the trail though, as I am not converting until at least next season, and I see zero evidence that anyone else is attempting this (granted this community is much less connected than the V8 guys).
That helps, any idea if the stock manual trans can be used?
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I wish I could help you on that, but I have no clue.
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