Hi everyone. I'm about to go into my first Hemi swap, I'm sorry to disappoint that it's going into a '66 ford LTD. Regardless, this is the first time I've messed with this modern of technology. I haven't begun anything yet, I don't doubt that I can get everything to bolt in, but I'd appreciate some help with how to get everything wired up. The donor vehicle is an absolutely complete and working 2006 dodge charger r/t with 195k miles. I'm gonna use everything i can out of that car and keep everything as close to stock as possible just to get my ford running around. Hoping to utilize engine obviously, transmission, radiator, fuel lines and pump, shifter maybe, etc. What's the best way to get everything wired with the stock ecm? If i can avoid using anything that's not stock charger stuff I will, but I would like to avoid messing up the stock interior look of my ford as much as possible. If there's any websites that explain this or something I'd love to see them, advice and tips are much appreciated. Not too worried about performance but I would like good mpg(equivalent to the charger at least) cause it's gonna be a daily. Is it just smarter to go aftermarket with wiring? Cheap options? trying to keep costs low, as always. Thanks everyone.
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Aftermarket wiring systems will be your best bet. The most difficult will be the transmission controller for the NAG1