I hope this hasn't been a constantly posted question, but I did a keyword search and didn't find anything...
I've been combing through various classified ads and forums. You sometimes come across people who have done Chevrolet v8 swaps into Jaguars. Aside from the general issues to look out for (like corrosion), are there particular issues that seem to occur more often with engine-swapped Jaguars (like metal needing to be cut away for the conversion or the electrical gremlins being especially numerous)?
Any input would be appreciated.
I imagine it would depend on which model you wanted to fit a V8 into
2005 Jaguar S-Type R in Ebony Black
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That was a good point. I've seen some ads for XJS 350 v8 conversions that look tasty. Well... at least tasty from a distance.