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3.2 S engine swap into non S 2.5, need help

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I'd recommend using the 3.4 throttle body, bit larger diameter and bolts directly up to the 3.2, and the throttle cable just hooks up

one thing we're still working on is the air intake, there isn't enough room for the stock setup so we're having something fabricated to fit better

the car does run and drive with the original 2.5 DME, but we expect a noticeable difference with the later mapping

pic of the engine in, you can see how little room there is for the intake


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we're done...

much thanks to Todd for his advice, throttle body and programming

the intake issue was resolved by removing a section of the stock intake and replacing it with a section of piping to get under the frame

just a note for those who may do this, to scan the trouble codes you must indicate that the car is a 911 as the throttle body and DME mapping is from the 3.4

otherwise the car runs great, and is very quick

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