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G4JS or G4CS crank in Tiburon

I've been looking around without any luck of finding specific info about this setup. I'm looking forward swaping my Beta2 engine with a G4JS engine (Better known in the mitsu world as it has the same block of the 4g64). By looking at the engine I can already see some differences as of where the alternator goes and the huge cam gears in the head among other things like transmission fitment or compatibility etc.

Why I chose this engine? Because Im in the process of boosting the Beta but the OEM rods wont go pass 300-ish WHP and I was able to get my hands on a set of forged internals from a 4g64 for a good price. Also the increased displaced plays a big part on the boosted setup.

Before this the other route I had in mind was getting a 4GCS crank and figuring out a way of making it fit (if even possible) in the Beta block.. Which would mean a lot of down time and trial and error as I have not found much/any info of this "stroker kit" done on a Hyundai engine...only on DSMs.

Does anyone has seen a G4JS swap into a Tiburon before or another car? Input will be appreciated.

ECU will not be a problem as I will be going with a full standalone unit but I intend to keep AC and PS.

Thanks in advance!
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Bump I guess.
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I don't think anyone on this board is going to be able to answer that question. Unfortunately, this forum is more used for searching and reading old info (which it is amazing for). I personally haven't heard of anyone doing that swap before. But with enough time, $$$, and knowledge, anything is possible. You might want to join and ask over on this forum:

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Thank you for the suggestion man!! I just found some threads here of people swa
Ing beta engines into smaller lighter chassis and kinda thought " They may know..."

The whole idea around it is to make it a simple swap if possible, no one of those "2JZ swap into Honda Civic" in which you basically have to build a brand new car with all the cutting, welding, reinforcing etc.
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