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Need a new motor and trany what is the bigest size notor and trany i can put in it

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If you get your nads on a 2.0L turbochraged evo enigne, and gearbox and make it 4wd, it will be the fastest mirage, you will have....if you keep to standard 2wd gearbox, you will burn clutches like no other...and it will smoke the tyres instead of launching, becuase of it being a fwd

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