There are many engine combos that have been adapted to fit in many different cars where the engine was not offered.
If you can find a "kit" that contains all the instructions and parts needed, you would basically be on your own.
You might try a google search, look for info on any swaps like you want.
You may find a kit or detailed instructons and parts list that gives you some indication of what you are getting into.
Not trying to discourage you, just be aware that you may find yourself in a position where you have no car that runs properly.
I have (years ago) installed turbo kits on the 2.8L GM V6.
This was a kit, that came complete with detailed instructions, all necessary parts, new PROM chip, new exhaust etc.
The kit was $3500 and would add about 70hp to the 140hp 2.8.
Thursday, December 10th, 2009 AT 1:18 PM