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    Is it possible to run an 03' Gtx 185 ECM in a 04' 215?

    Title says it all. Can somebody drop an ECM from a 03 4Tec GTX 185 into an 04 4Tec 215?
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    dont think so not sure ..lil help here some body ?

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    I am retty sure it will run, but would not be ideal as the fuel curves are probably different. They each use the 38lb injectors, but the rev limit is lower on the 185 also. I would be afraid of possibly running lean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickireson View Post
    Title says it all. Can somebody drop an ECM from a 03 4Tec GTX 185 into an 04 4Tec 215?
    Thanks
    This is a long shot, Go to the online store. Click on the OEM parts. click on what year and make your ski is. do the same on both ski that you are looking for....03 4 Tec GTX 185 and then an 04 4tec 215. If the part # is the same, I would ass ume that the part is the same. Be advise, that's how I handle things on my end. I am not always right, Butt given enough Beer to drink.....My mind turns 21 PSI at 9000 + on any given paid Holiday

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