I am in the process of trying to get an M1008 diesel running. The intention would be to swap this engine into my gas Burb. The burb runs great as is, and is completely stock. It does not burn a drop, and is just great. Unfortunately, it will require headers, intake, carb (or EFI), etc to start making some decent power, and will never get great gas mileage. In comes the 6.2L. For my needs, I think this would be a perfect engine for me. I am having a hard time finding the laws on how to do this swap legally, so that when it is done, I can get a title change (if that is what happens). I have called our state DOT, who could not help me. "I am sorry but we handle repairing the roads". I called the main MVD and left a message, no return call. I am tired of leaving messages for this lady who never seems to do her job and call back. So, can someone shed some light on what I need to do paperwork wise to get this done. I realize that California has inspection stations to go to (caled referee's?). We have emissions check stations for gas, but they were no help either. How is MVD going to verify that I really put a diesel in? How would they know that I did it correctly? There must be something that I will have to do, I just don't know where to find this information. I assume it is regulated by Federal Laws, and just enforced per state. I am in New Mexico, if that helps. Thanks for any and all insight into this matter, Joshua Anyone think it wouldbe reasonable for me to classify my Burb as a custom, or hotrod with non-original engine? Would that be a method of getting the swap done?