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Hello to all you 335 series enthusiasts out there. I just finished my first V8 engine rebuild. The engine is a Ford 400 that came out of a 71 Mercury Monterey that only had 61.000 miles on it. I paid $150 for the engine it was already pulled from the car and disassemble and as a bonus it also came with a complete new Fel-Pro gasket set intake valley pan one extra carb new starter and water pump. I think that was the best dam $150 i ever spent. The engine will be replacing the dead 400 in a 1980 F350. I rebuilt the engine to std, new rings, bearings + cam & lifters. I also rebuilt the carb & swapped over the oil pan, flywheel & exhaust manifolds from the dead 400. I'm almost ready to instal the engine in the truck. I have one problem the emissions stuff in the truck is for the original 400 that had a egr system. The new engine does not have a egr system being that its from 1971. I need a vacuum diagram & any info on what I will need to have on this engine for emissions in Reno,NV Any help would be great Thank You
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