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You could fit a Lotus Esprit engine - up to a 300hp 4 cylinder, or the 
V8, but trust me, you'll lose the reliability of a PRV.

Even with a powerful PRV, as Chris says, The devil is in the details - 
the engine is the easy bit

ex #4426

> ---
> Short answer: No. Long answer: Still No.
> The only thing that will 'bolt on' to a D tranny is another V6 PRV of
> some type. If you want to use any other engine, your going to have to
> have a custom bellhousing made, among other things. This is one of the
> reasons the eagle premier 3.0's are the most common engine swaps,
> They're PRVs, so after you swap the lower crankcase with the D one,
> they do bolt right in. However just 'bolting in' another engine is the
> easy part. Getting everything else connected, making the stock
> computer work, or an aftermarket one (like megasquirt), etc, is much
> more of a pain. The devil is in the details, so to speak.
> Chris
> VIN #3209
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