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Atomic-4 Going in a Irwin 28

Has anyone taken out another motor from an Irwin 28 and put in an Atomic-4?

I took out a Volvo MB10A a few years back (been using an outboard since then) But I have an Atomic-4 that I'd like to put in. I'm looking for any tips or hints from someone who's already gone thru the pain.
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Jim
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