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I think it is best to keep a swap stock to start with, especially if you haven't done many. 
Lot's of things to keep track of and possibly trouble shoot and being able to use a shop manual for the appropriate engine system will make your swap life simpler. 

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On 10/1/2020 at 8:29 AM, ]2eDeYe said:

I think it is best to keep a swap stock to start with


The biggest advantage that way is you can sort out and issues pertaining to the swap before adding in improvements, spare yourself compounded problems.

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