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Gen 2 swap S197

Hello, I am planning on coyote swapping my Gen 1 with a Gen 2 in my S197 (13 Mustang). Once I will be selling my Gen 1 motor and trans combo. Would I be able to remove and include my ecu and other parts that are found in a control pack? I understand that there is only a manual control pack for a gen 1 coyote. Since my car is auto would I be able to include all the necessary parts in order for someone to be able to start and run the motor/trans. Also, any tips on selling my gen 1 motor with the transmission. Would I have trouble selling it because there is no retail offered control packs for an auto on the market. Any information and tips would be very much appreciated. Thank you!

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