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Also, even if the footprint is the same, you'll definitely want to check the motor mount locations, as they are most likely different. If you don't have the new motor mounts installed prior to trying to install the new engine, you'll have trouble.
Finally, double check all the positions and measurements for the engine, its accessories and the prop shaft. Even with a similar footprint, chances are pretty high that the prop shaft will need to be modified to work with the new engine in some way.
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—Cpt. Mal Reynolds, Serenity (edited)
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