Probably dumb questions, but I can be dumb at times. Im getting closer to swapping my AMC 360/TF727 into my ZJ. Ive got most of the major bits worked out, but I have a few questions for those who have done similar. Ive pulled and rebuilt engines, but have never swapped an entire driveline into a vehicle that wasnt built for it. For a fuel pressure regulator to take the stock ZJ pressure to carb levels, do I need one with a return? Or will a returnless one do the trick. I believe the fuel pump uses the fuel flow for cooling, so Im unsure. For those with stand alone engine setups in rigs you drive on the road, what are you using for main ignition switch and gauges? My plan is to use the computer to control the fuel pump, lights, and all the other odds and ends while having the engine be stand alone. Its a carb engine, so I dont see any issues with this. Am I missing something? Thinking of using this with one switch for the stock systems and one for the engine:https://www.amazon.com/JIANFA-Flip-...=gateway&sprefix=racing+switch,aps,135&sr=8-6 Would this work? And lastly, what are you guys using for engine and trans mounts? I can draw up some mounts and make them, but they would be solid and not have any give. Works fine in a race car, but is that ok for something thats still going to be on the road? For the trans mount, I imagine Ill have to move its location, so whats the best way to approach that on a unibody? Im sure as I work through this Ill have other questions. Feel free to give any advice youve learned along the way.