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You could probably swap the block itself out but that’s about it. The cylinder heads are completely different, dual injection vs just direct injection, hpfp on the opposite side, electronic waste gates. I mean I’m sure you could get it to work if you put a whole standalone ecu in it and adapted the fuel system and exhaust. But it’s definitely not going to drop in
 

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I think the short is: It may bolt in but it wont wire up.

It will take a lot of time and money to make it work, but if you got a smoking deal on the motor maybe it makes sense? Even then, it may not be more cost effective than a drop in motor for your year.
 
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