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Default 1UZ v8 280z Swap

I know that you can easily put a 5.7 Liter v8 LS1 in a 280z but what about a 4.0 Liter v8 1UZ? I bet it's a really simple answer but I was wondering about it. IF the 1UZ can't fit in easily could you estimate how much it would cost to get a 1UZ swapped into a 280z? Thank you
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Go to HybridZ website. Lots of good info.

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Be prepared to spend an exorbitant amount of money to make it work. All the small things will beat you down pretty good. I am sticking with the tried and true SBC swap in my Z. I am not using just any ol 350 though. I'm going 383, aluminum heads, and fuel injection. Just using a 350 block makes the whole thing so much easier to do. Kits are available for it.
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