Re: Looking into the V8 swap.. convince me..
i would expect a little over a grand for a complete engine (doesnt include intake or exhaust manifolds, and a couple other little parts). if you know a little about cars and work on them some then you should be able to do it with your dad. its not insanely hard.
mileage? well if you put the same v6 in then it should be very close to the same as the original. a v8 will normally be less of course but that depends on which one you choose and how you drive it
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