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This question has probably been asked time and time again. I have a 92 single cab hilux that is raised it is also 4x4. Currently has a 2.4 diesel engine. I want to change it out for something with more go. Was looking at the lexus v8, any thoughts? My main worries are:
-would I lose the 4x4?
-would I need to change the prop shafts and diff to handle the new engine.
Any help would be appreciated, thanks guys.
Item: HKS S-Type Oil Cooler Pro Kit 86/BRZ - Part No: 15004-AT011
Location: Sydney, NSW
Item Condition: Brand New in Box - Only opened to inspect contents
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First time posting, just wondering if you guys could clear up a few questions I have, in converting a ep91 5 speed starlet and putting the paseo 1.5L engine in to it.
Is the engine loom in the starlet the same as the loom in the Paseo or will I need the Paseo loom?
The starlet is currently a 5 speed manual the Paseo donor car I have is an automatic, will the Paseo ecu run if I keep the manual transmission?
Will the 5 speed starlet box bolt straight onto the Paseo engine?
And are there any other modifications I need to do?
Or any other info that would help would be greatly appreciated.
I have recently purchased a Toyota corolla 1999 CSI SECA Hatch and want more power under the hood. It was suggested by a friend that I engine swap the small 1.6L engine out for another model/ bigger one from a camry (1.8L - 2.0L) or Vienta (2.0L v6). Being on my P's I'm guessing there is a power to weight limit. Any suggestions with what engine i can fit and what would be legal for me to drive?
Are there any newer engines that may fit?
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