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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 10:10 pm 

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so do you think that engine will move my 71 colt?

ill stick to the g32B but if that g61 is the way to go than im all for it.
of course money will be an issue but its ok ill take my time on it.

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I would expect those two 98 GTs have a G63 swapped into them. If you meet up with them find out and get the G61 from them for your car.

The G61 will have more top end power than the G32 but either engine will be fine.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 9:40 pm 

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oh ok
theres this dude selling one on craigslist.
it has a 2.0 turbo swap.

http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/cto/1197584125.html

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 2:51 am 
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That to me is now the standard spec for an 89GT. I do not think you will find to many of these in stock form anymore. They are too damn easy to make fast :D

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 8:59 pm 

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hahaha
nice!!!!!

so it would be a cold day in hell to find one stock!
hahaha

i see them at the junkyards with no engines and i also see the generation before that one.

also with no engine!

did the plymouth arrow have the same engine as well?

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:41 am 
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so it would be a cold day in hell to find one stock!
hahaha


The later turbo Colts kind of fit in with Starions. There are some stock ones, mostly sitting around undriven or still with their original owner. But since they can be bought cheaply and have tremendous performance potential per dollar, the future is in light or even heavily modified examples of the cars.
I have the one FWD Colt chassis here but I hate FWD cars so it sits, I do have 7 Starions though. :D Stock ones sitting and heavily modded ones in construction.

The Arrow is built on the RWD Lancer platform. So the driveline will interchange with all the early Galant and Lancer cars with leaf spring rear suspensions. No similarity to the FWD Mirage based cars.

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ok here comes the silly Question.. :oops:
are the 4Gxx engine series had the same mounts?..
so it can be swapped with ease to any model that also comes with the 4Gxx engine?..

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are the 4Gxx engine series had the same mounts?..
so it can be swapped with ease to any model that also comes with the 4Gxx engine?..


Essentially yes,
The mounts in the chassis are essentially in the same position.
The brackets on the engine will vary enough so you need the proper rubber isolator to mate to the car.
For an example to replace the G33 in your car with a 4G63 that was a FWD engine you get the brackets and insulators from an L200 that had the G6x in it. With that it will bolt in place.
Some of the issues will be if using what I call a big block engine, the G5x series. These engines are considerably longer and it is nice to move them back a bit so the radiator can remain in place in the cars with shorter engine bays.

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