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Offline srr_s12

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« on: 07:04:44 PM / 06-Apr-08 »
has anyone ever though about doing an sr20vet swap...i know i will proboly never find one but that wud be sick

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« Reply #1 on: 07:09:23 PM / 06-Apr-08 »
do you know what's involved in this swap? it's not practical or worth the time/money, it has been done in a few rwd configurations though.
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« Reply #2 on: 07:28:30 PM / 06-Apr-08 »
yeah u wud have to convert it to cap and rotor and and the throttle body set up would have to be converted...it could be done but it would empty pockets

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« Reply #3 on: 04:02:17 AM / 07-Apr-08 »
Sounds risky, expensive, ridiculous, cumbersome, and difficult.

Basically, right up my alley.. I'll get the motor next week.


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« Reply #4 on: 08:00:49 AM / 07-Apr-08 »
Quote from: RB25sx - SLPR
Sounds risky, expensive, ridiculous, cumbersome, and difficult.

Basically, right up my alley.. I'll get the motor next week.
-Dan





yeah if you could pull that off id have to give you mad props...it would be so badass

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« Reply #5 on: 09:35:25 PM / 07-Apr-08 »
Might be easier to transverse mount the engine and go AWD... That's an idea I've been kicking around for a few years.
The S12 bay has the room, from what research I've done.
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« Reply #6 on: 08:06:42 AM / 08-Apr-08 »
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yeah if you could pull that off id have to give you mad props...it would be so badass

yeah that would be nice...what drive train would you use though...r32?