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Vehicle engine swap

I would like to know what my options are for upgrading to a v6, it is currently a manual transmission and i like would like to keep it that way

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  • Jai Bennett Nov 21, 2008

    ive read my question twice and i dont see anything anout the cost of the swap.





    thanks anyway

  • Jai Bennett Nov 21, 2008

    by taking out the 4 cylinder was my first guess

  • Jai Bennett Nov 22, 2008

    which was was first question, upgrading TO A V6, but never mind, i got it sorted

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Pretty expensive to upgrade. I would think about trading the vehicle.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

  • lesterallen Nov 21, 2008

    That sounds funny, how DO you upgrade to a V6?

  • lesterallen Nov 22, 2008

    Then you would, no doubt, have swapped it out with the intention of replacing it with a V6, right?

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