Originally Posted by wikid
I'm replacing it with the inline 6.
That doesn't address any of the things I have in my last post.
Open the hood.
Take a look a the engine.
Just to keep this short, everything that is connected to the engine block and head will have to be dissconnect and/or removed. The engine will have to be unbolted from the transmission and removed from the engine compartment. The replacement engine will have to be inserted and bolted to the transmission. Everything you disconnected and/or removed from the old engine will have to be reinstalled/connected.
I'm sure you are looking for a simple answer. Here it is. It's not hard at all. I can do it in an afternoon after work and drive it to work the next morning. The problem is that I've spent 40+ years working on airplanes, helicopters, motorcycles, dozers, tractors, combines, balers, hay rakes, planters, cars, trucks, bicycles, trailers, generators, ... We've got no idea what your skill level is or what you have in the way of tools and work area. We don't know if it is your only means of transportation and if you live 60 miles from the nearest town and parts store. We don't know if you have the ability to see a project through to its completion or if you have a habit of quiting when you are half way done. It might take you a week and then you may still have to pay someone to come over and finish it for you.