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Ok my dad knows a guy who is getting rid of his 1987 Pontaic 6000 FWD 2.8L, no title so ill get it for free. My ? is that will this 2.8 fit into my car? is it multi port fuel injected? Once i get it if i do im gonna take the engine out and strip it then build it up.
 

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88cavalierz24 said:
sweet, so wanna help pull it with me haha ;) j/k.
oh boy, this should be interesting......lmao
y would it be interesting? is it the fact i dont have a hoist or that i dont have a stand, or that we'd do it on the street?
 

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ill be bringing a camera for this one!!!!!!!!!!!! this is gonne be an interesting sight to see
 

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i still think you should rent an engine hoist or something, if i show up i aint lifting that shit!!!! i have done an engine swap before, its no cake walk!!
 

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Listen to the man . An engine hoist is like $25 a day. Those engines are freaking heavy!! Trust me I know . Never knew a 2.2 weighed that much! :eek:

Hey soup are ya coming to check out my engine swap next week? :p
 

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Im shooting for Monday if the weather is nice! Ill take off of work and get an early start. Ill let ya know
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when dont ya work? Ill see what i can do with my schedule. That or take lots of pictures! :lol:
 

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markeemsz said:
when dont ya work? Ill see what i can do with my schedule. That or take lots of pictures! :lol:
who knows :roll:
 

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does this 6000 your getting have rear disc brakes? cuz i heard a while back that you could use those rear discs and swap them to your cav.
 
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