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2005 camry sportivo engine swap

John Radcliffe

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Short answer a huge amount of time, work and expense.

Cost will be massive. Easily $15,000 plus in labour alone, if you are paying someone to do it.

Anything is possible if you have enough money.

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18 hours ago, John Radcliffe said:

i would like something totally different

Suggest that you try a different approach than an engine swap for something different.

Working with what you have, supercharging or turbocharging is probably not going to hit the mark.

Something that I have been looking at for quite a few years is fitting a HHO system. I even have a basic system still sitting in the box from the USA vendor.

Since then, the systems have improved so now have this in my eBay watch list.


Maybe one day, I will actually get off the sidelines.

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