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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2010 7:10 pm 
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good day toyota experts, i'm researching for a possible project, i just want to ask, will the rear wheel drive 1S transmission fit a 2nd gen front wheel drive 3S-GE?


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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2010 8:51 pm 
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motorhedz01 wrote:
good day toyota experts, i'm researching for a possible project, i just want to ask, will the rear wheel drive 1S transmission fit a 2nd gen front wheel drive 3S-GE?
Isn't the FWD 3S-GE a transverse mounted engine? So if the 1S is a longitudinal tranny, that should be an odd fit, right? It may take some customization. :|

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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2010 9:49 pm 
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yep, i'm thinking since both of them are the same s series engine, do they have the same transmission bolt pattern on its block?


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I have heard of doin that but I never saw it done soooo. Try it out and tell use if its possible. And remember anything is possible if you got money.


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i think you can use it as long as you use the bellhousing from the 3sge toyota altezza

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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2010 7:39 pm 
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yep, if he had the budget we'll definitely go with the altezza motor, sadly we dont, we'll just go with whats currently available to the budget, heres the story, this friend of mine is looking for a project car and he spotted a third gen celica thats been stock in a garage for years, it has a stock carburated 1s motor, he told me what possible better motor could fit in it, i said maybe some other late model s series motor could fit, i told him i had a 2nd gen fwd 3sge lying around in the shop, maybe that would fit but i'm not sure, so before he acquire the car, we just want to be sure if its possible to make the conversion with as little as what we have, it would totally save us some time and money experimenting, and so here we are asking :)


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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2010 7:45 pm 
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actually, since it has s engine mounts and bellhousing, it should fit in fairly well unless there is a huge difference between the 1s and 3s engines

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motorhedz01 wrote:
it would totally save us some time and money experimenting


So would keeping the original engine. :P


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shure it can be done plenty of info if you look in the rite place .http://www.club-k.co.nz/Forums/today.php have a look here there are a few people over here that have done 3sgte gen2 conversions into starlets ect things like using the 1s oil pick up and sump im prety shure you can use the 1s bell to .you have to pay to get full membership to acess all the info on that site so hit me up if you cant find what you need


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PostPosted: Tue May 11, 2010 7:56 pm 
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datsunfreak wrote:
motorhedz01 wrote:
it would totally save us some time and money experimenting


So would keeping the original engine. :P


its all seized up(ondoy flood!), and we dont have parts for it , the 1s motor is not locally introduced here, even if we manage to rebuild it, its performance is mediocre for the cost of its rebuild, rather spend on something better for that cost


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