94 toyota engine swap

Asked by Mar 01, 2016 at 06:13 PM about the 1994 Toyota Pickup

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 1994 toyota 4x4 with a 3.0l engine I
wanna do a 350 swap in it I wanna know
everything that I will need and around about guess
as to how much it will cost to do this I wanna do it
right but try and save where there is room to any
advice would be great from the how to to the
purchasing

2 Answers

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IMHO, leave the 3.0 in it. The Japanese computer systems were years ahead of American cars, and unless you're completely gutting the electrical system, it's going to be a nightmare. I've done a few computer controlled to non computer controlled swaps and it's not easy to get it right. Not to mention the drive train is not made for a motor twice the size. It won't take it unless you baby it, and if you baby it, you might as well keep the 3.0, which is an excellent engine.

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DO NOT recommend this~! try to explain your needs to the parts counter~ you'll have a "frankencar"~

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