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Putting a 72' chevy 350 into 1995 chevy silverado that has a 4l80e trans

I have 95 silverado which had a 6.5l turbo diesel in it on my way back from alabama it blew up. i took the motor tore it down it had spun the cam bearing so bye bye 6.5 . i recentley bought a 350 i am rebuilding right now i would like to keep the Tran in the truck and use this old school motor. what do i need to do to make the electric Tran work with my 350 ? ? ? ? walk me threw it guys

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You will either need a stand alone controller for the trans or a swap to the gas engine computer. gas fuel injection and wiring harness, distributor, gas tank, fuel pump and lines- everything to match a stock gas version of your truck so that a factory computer can run everything. Either idea is not cheap.
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no other options?

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i heard something about 92-93 4l80e had a stand alone on them? could get one of them

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