It's possible, but it's not exactly something that we are going to have a write-up for you on. It's very difficult, especially splicing the wiring harnesses together.
You're going to spend way too much money for what you're going to be getting, and when you break something it's going to cost you 3x as much to fix. If you're not a master mechanic, I wouldn't recommend doing the swap. If you pay someone else to do it for you, you're going to spend more money than it's worth.
Hey guys, I'm new to the site.
I own a 2003 Nissan 350z with 67k miles.
Can anyone give me a site or book that would go into detail on an ls2 engine swap?
Also are there any good places to sell the old engine?
Wondering if anyone could give me the heads up in regards to gas to use in my 350Z. Previously had a maxima that I only used regualr unleaded in instead of the premium unleaded like was plastered all over the gas cap and manual and never had one problem (turned 200,000 miles last week)....does...
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