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Im looking into buying a 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT and making an engine swap, along with other modifications. I figure since money is tight for me now, it would be a better idea to supe-up a Fiero rather than spend $60K on buying and suping up a 2010 Camaro SS.

The swap I would really love to do is the 3.6L V6 (LLT) engine that is found in the new CTS, Camaro, and G8, then later on down the line, find me a shop that will make me a Twin Turbo set-up for it...but that's not the issue at this point.

What I really want to know, is how hard it would be to make the LLT swap into a Fiero. Its such a good engine, especially for a GM V6. But I don't know if it would be a very feasible swap due to the ECU and all of the gizmos that come with a this new motor.

I know that practically any swap is possible, but Im trying to keep the cost down....and yes, I know that the LLT engine wont be cheap, im planning on that being quite a bit, but I hope to keep the rest of the costs down, so Id prefer not to break the bank just to get all of the other necessary equipment to get the swap to work.

So if anyone has any experience or incite to modern engine swaps into older cars, I would love to hear any advice and/or incite you would be willing to give.

Oh, and as a side note, I do plan on using the Hydra-Matic 6L50 six-speed automatic transmission that the LLT engine is normally mated too, if thats possible without too much work.

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I've always wanted to have a 78 Pontiac Trans Am and im thinking of still getting one but im wondering what engines could be comfortably transplanted into it?
I live in Australia and would love to here from anyone who has done this before.

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