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Offline Timeslip

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« on: 07:16:57 AM / 31-Jul-09 »
Hey guys I'm just wondering if any of you have or know of a write up to swap a 97 0r newer LS1 into an S13. Thanx for your time guys and I appreciate any help I can get from you.

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« Reply #1 on: 12:55:24 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
write ups... no

check out mckinney motorsports for kits for the swap

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« Reply #2 on: 01:00:33 PM / 31-Jul-09 »

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« Reply #3 on: 05:08:17 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
Quote from: nismologist
write ups... no

check out mckinney motorsports for kits for the swap
I would use Mckinney but I've got a bunch of friends who have used their mount kits for RB20's in S13's and everyone who's done it wishes they had just opted for R32 cross member swap instead.

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« Reply #4 on: 05:21:02 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
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Check here

Ha haha haaa, yeah don't you think I've done that? see in my opinion that is what forums are for helping you find info that is either scarce or ridiculously hard to find with a Google search, dick. so if your gonna leave a link at least make it a link to something that would have usable information, I'm looking for a right up to help me figure out wiring issues, clearance, is power steering and A/C an option, and all the other unforeseen shit that comes up with doing a motor swap you've never done before ass.

Offline Praizewood

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« Reply #5 on: 05:29:23 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
Quote from: Timeslip
Ha haha haaa, yeah don't you think I've done that? see in my opinion that is what forums are for helping you find info that is either scarce or ridiculously hard to find with a Google search, dick. so if your gonna leave a link at least make it a link to something that would have usable information, I'm looking for a right up to help me figure out wiring issues, clearance, is power steering and A/C an option, and all the other unforeseen shit that comes up with doing a motor swap you've never done before ass.
Lol good start in here. Im sure you will get a lot of information with that attitude.
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Offline Redneck

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« Reply #6 on: 06:59:18 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
LOL. I can't really blame timeslips response though. As for the 350 swap I dunno how helpful the cs12 forums will be since hardly anyone does it.
FIrst my rims are horrible, than there ok when painted black , now my cars horrible, now my fenders are to much after i was told i couldnt do it.... Lol club s12 ftw.....  Only here have Ive been told they look like shit..... SOrry its not bone stock with crown vic rims running the stock vg making 130whp and looks generic like every other one. My car looks dope ive been told this a billion times on local forums....


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« Reply #7 on: 08:48:10 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
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Ha haha haaa, yeah don't you think I've done that? see in my opinion that is what forums are for helping you find info that is either scarce or ridiculously hard to find with a Google search, dick. so if your gonna leave a link at least make it a link to something that would have usable information, I'm looking for a right up to help me figure out wiring issues, clearance, is power steering and A/C an option, and all the other unforeseen shit that comes up with doing a motor swap you've never done before ass.


Dick? This is an S12 forum and you're asking an S13-specific question.  Learn to internet.

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« Reply #8 on: 09:06:52 PM / 31-Jul-09 »
seriously. but to help out

mckinney
hinson supercars, just to name a few

p/s? get custom lines
a/c? ditto

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Offline Timeslip

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« Reply #9 on: 05:41:02 AM / 01-Aug-09 »
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Lol good start in here. Im sure you will get a lot of information with that attitude.

good start? I've a member of this forum for over 2 years I'm just hardly ever posting anything.

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Dick? This is an S12 forum and you're asking an S13-specific question.  Learn to internet.
Well I'm posting it here, because well simply this is one of the best forums to go to for "Nissan" related automotive information on the web. and because like me lots of the people on Club-s12.org own and or have worked on the S13 chassis as well as a Chevy with small block.

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« Reply #10 on: 11:55:49 AM / 05-Aug-09 »
Don't bother with mount kits, and as for the suggestion to use a skyline crossmember it may set up the mount location in a better spot but this cannot be known until the motor is in the engine bay and you can see it's orientation.

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PS - the difficult part will NOT be the mounts, it will be the electrical.. You are trying to take a fairly new engine and mesh it into a chassis that it doesnt belong, if you are going with an OBD2 LS engine you sir need to get FSMs for the donor car and the s12 and do alot of work because there is a good chance you will end up swapping over an entire chassis harness as well as engine harness to 'save time'.
« Last Edit: 11:58:02 AM / 05-Aug-09 by RB25sx - SLPR »

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« Reply #11 on: 01:14:06 PM / 05-Aug-09 »
ls1tech.com

hybrid and conversions section.

if you need any specific pics, let me know. its a s14 w/ ls2, but same basic principles.

oh, and it uses r32 crossmember, lined up perfectly.

using hinson headers and driveshaft

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« Reply #12 on: 04:54:50 PM / 09-Aug-09 »
Just to add some info.. 350ci = lt1.. 346ci = ls1.. Its a common misconception..

Offline Premo

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« Reply #13 on: 10:08:52 PM / 06-Oct-09 »
not a 350....but a fine example of a hot motor swap:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCKAi0PviM4...PL&index=11
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« Reply #14 on: 10:28:50 PM / 06-Oct-09 »
that 302 swap is listed for sale somewhere recently, for a damn good price.

ill see if i can dig it up, forgot where i saw it.

Offline Premo

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« Reply #15 on: 10:30:48 PM / 06-Oct-09 »
how much? ive been in love with that car for a loooong time! LOL
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The Greeks contributed to many things in our culture, such as olives, gyros, Lenny Kravitz, anal sex and Oedipus.
premo + hillkill + lots-o-beer =
youtube.com/watch?v=lEecn6pLWLM
youtube.com/watch?v=f0YqCtd96f4