Originally Posted by NiftyNev
All 2L engines have cast iron heads. If you want to put the 2L-TE engine in you will require a complete wiring loom and ECU along with other bits. Sell the 2L-TE to someone who needs it and look for a another 2L-T.
Thanks for the reply. It's fitted with a mechanical injection pump and I don't really need the ECU for going to the farm. The 2L-T has worked without the proper wirings and the 2L-TE that I bought will work fine even without the ECU. One thing I like about the 2L-TE, is that it doesn't use a roller rocker arm for lifting the camshaft lift valves but a tuppet. From my experience with our LN106 toyota Hilux with a 3L engine, these things are a-lot more reliable and gives more power too. This is a debatable conclusion though, and I'm welcome to any comment with this.
One last thing, why would you recommend the 2L-T instead of the 2L-TE? I mean except for the wiring and ECU, I found a site which has details on swapping a petrol engine with a 2L-T. It's just basically replacing the EFI injection pump with the mechanical one and it's basically a 2L-T.
This is the site by the way.