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Old 11-05-2017, 12:49 PM
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Engine and transmission swaps.

I just wanted to post here that if anyone is interested in full engine and transmission swaps into any car I can accommodate almost any engine from the early 2000s with a 722.6 on. You do not need all the computers in the car to do this. It is the same as what I have done with my own car with the om648 swap. So all the m113, m113k, m275, etc.
I am no also offering the factory tcu as part of this swap so there is no tuning at all. Just wire it up and turn it on. Factory turn it on and go. You will still have the EIS and smart key but other than that just the ECU, TCU, Shifter, and another module. For making it all work.
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Old 11-07-2017, 12:37 AM
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Do you know if the 722.6 can be adapted to an old iron M116?
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Old 11-07-2017, 01:09 AM
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Should be able to but not really 100% sure off the top of my head. I do not think there were actual changes on the bellhousing and spacing going to the aluminum engines. Without an engine you just have to scan through the EPC for part number cross references.
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Old 11-07-2017, 10:10 AM
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How about an om648 into a w220. This was a popular factory combination in europe, but never made it here to the US.
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Do you know if the 722.6 can be adapted to an old iron M116?
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Yes

1) The 722.6 was mated to the M119.
2) The M119 and the aluminum block M116/117 block bolt patterns differ by the location of one bolt (right side, above starter).
3) There is a thread in PP covering the installation of a 722.6 in a W126/M117. http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/performance-paddock/367108-722-6-into-560sel-m117.html
4) The aluminum block M116/117 bolt pattern differs from that of the iron block M116/117s by the spacing of the top 2 and the bottom 2 bolts. The spacing is close enough to allow slotting of the transmission holes.

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Old 11-07-2017, 12:28 PM
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That is actually really fairly easy on the computer side. Really the only problem is getting diesel in the fuel tank and passing emissions. It would need some parts from Europe to get the motor in the car. Different sump, mounts, etc. But all bolt on parts.
Not really what I am offering here but if you want to do this I can.
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