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Logan motor sports makes a kit to change the bold pattern of the headers to that of a 2v and an adapter for the throttle body from drive by wire to a cobra unit. All thats left is to adapt the current wiring harness so the engine and install a pair of 2v adjustable cam gears to take care of the vct, it shouldnt be too difficult, but there are easier things to do.
I've seen some vids as well as a for-sale thread of a new edge with a 3V swap on SVTP. It seems pretty cool but unless you are getting the motor for really really cheap I would think it would be easier/more worth it to just put in a Cobra 4V motor.
or wait for the "new 5.0" coyote motor from a wrecked GT in a couple years... thats my plan lol... of corse, for the time being im just gunna slap a on3performance turbo kit till someone wrecks... as horrible as that sounds....
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