First off, let me say im sorry if this is in the wrong section, please move it as you see fit... I'm not much of a motor guy so i have no clue as to the appropriate sections... I have a, what i believe to be a 1997 engine i picked up to replace an engine. The car i'm putting it in is a 1996. I have the engines out ready to swap part, put a new head gasket on it and got it torqued down and all and was getting ready to put the intake back on and noticed a few difference's... One being, the intake on the old motor i need to use because the intake on the 97' has the throttle or some crap in a different location I don't know what type of motors or anything, first vehicle i have really gotten dirty with... i'm hoping i didn't fuck myself over and get a motor that is incompatible with my car... had some guy helping me who seemed pretty knowledgeable for the most part.. Refer to pics below: This is the old head... im using the intake off of this one. Trying to put it onto this one, that section on the right isnt even there, and one of the holes on the right is missing. What would any of you suggest? I really don't want to go pull another head or motor after doing all the works i've already done. (if i can even manage to find another decent one) Is there any way i can avoid that? the top hole on the right of the gasket doesnt go into the intake, but i am also missing that peice on the right? will there be any wiring or hose problems or anything? It looks to me like it wont be a problem... but i want to make sure. sorry that im so new at this or if i am using the wrong names for things. :/ heres the corresponding section of the intake.