It's been done and it's not very hard if you have experience welding.
The rear most mount beeds to be relocated to the passenger side a few inches since the GE and later cars place the mount on the passenger side of the differential and your mounts are on the drivers side.
The laet and right mounts shouldnt be a big deal. You just need the right combination of parts. At worse you'll have to relocate or replace the sheetmetal brackets for the mounts.
The front might require some fab work it's self but I believe it's in the same position on the trans relative to the stock mount.
Dont forget when placing the motor to check the shift rods or you'll be stuck either making custom ones or not able to shift at all.
You'll need everything that dose not come with the ZE.
Transmission/ mounts/ harness/ ECU/ accesories etc.
Also since the cars are two different generations you cant count on the ECU for the 2 G car to run the 1G chassis (guage cluster,charging/starting system etc) and you may have to set up the car with both ECU's with one running the motor and the other running the chassis.
An FE3 would just bolt up however. Ofcourse it almost allways requires a stand alone to run best but you might have to go that way either way.
People have been in the 12's and 11's with N/A KL's so the motor is definitely a worth while option.
No time to find the vids and link but look up leo323 or leo3230 on youtube.an 11 second n/a KL? Link please.
basically if you want a klze i would just buy a 2nd gen unles you want a big headache.
Remember that KL's dont have a tranny yet to support that 400-600whp. I have ZE in my 2nd gen probe and I would recommend you to do FE3 swap because it would be WAY less problems.
no you didn't. you are going to be purchasing air, because a jdm F2T does not exist. Unless it was one of those "jdm" ford probes. :lol:yeah me too.. i just found another f2t from japan with 40 or 50,000 miles witch is alot better than 208,xxx lol. $850 complete motor and $135 shipped. I was thinking about getting that and building on it