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use a wagon rear and custom drive line . run it down the
center where the exhaust and the stick are. reroute the piping , or don't go above 2.5" . you may have to relocate the fuel tank. but doable.;) just like the AWD talons.....
 

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this engine shop i can get better pricing... the owner as a common friend of mine, and i can say that they have the cleaniest engine storage/garage in Montreal. (about 30 minute from me). Too bad i dont have the car to put it in ... probably the next project will be a 4wd (if i can find one when the time comes)
 

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Crazy-Mart said:
this engine shop i can get better pricing... the owner as a common friend of mine, and i can say that they have the cleaniest engine storage/garage in Montreal. (about 30 minute from me). Too bad i dont have the car to put it in ... probably the next project will be a 4wd (if i can find one when the time comes)
CrazyMart,
That's a really cool powertrain. How much do you think I could have gotten one for? It would go right into one of these:




Check out that steering wheel. Ours doesn't look like that! :D

I found these pics on a website HERE of an unknown country. Russia maybe?
 

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A friend of mine just lost his job and is now selling a desireable '89 4WD wagon in Torrington, CT. It's got 190-K and he wants 600 for it. There are 19 photos available HERE.
 

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car pictured is russian/ukrainian/whatever

cool factory tach.

hey blown, would that CA fit in your application with some coaxing?
 

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how would you make it work in a 89 sentra with a 4speed trany?
sorry is this is a stupid ? i just need to learn (sorry for my ignorance)
 

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SuperStock said:
car pictured is russian/ukrainian/whatever

cool factory tach.

hey blown, would that CA fit in your application with some coaxing?
Yes it sure would. It wouldn't be any more work than installing the GA16DE like I did. The CA's were available factory installed in some of Japan's home market B12 models. The 4WD version should go right into a US market 4WD wagon chassis. Probably need the CA's thicker front axles though, but surely doable. In fact, that's exactly what my friend bought this wagon for- a CA18DET swap. But he's recently lost his job and needs to sell the car, as he's about to move out of state.

Yes, I noticed the factory tach too. We have to swap those in ourselves, here in the US. :)
 
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