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3.1l mpfi engine swap with 3100 sfi

Hey guys, i just got a 3100 sfi that i would like to replace the ol' 3.1l mpfi with, what are all the parts required to do this? i wanna keep all of the fuel injection stuff still sfi, i know i probably need and ecm,  but what else? How would I go about this?

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All you would really need is, maybe a transmission im not sure if your old one will bolt up. Make sure you take the entire harness and ECM. you might need some odd things along the way

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