<hr width=60% noshade size=1 align=left>my car is <font color=yellow>yellow</font>. [email protected]
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yes, any 4G should be able to fit under your S-coupes, fellas....there are many variants of the 4G...a local Malaysian mag featured an S-coupe with a 4G63 ( i think...i'll check it again) with 240 horses....this particular engine is from the Mitsu VR4...comes in 3 trims: 200, 220 and 240 horses....the 4G is also code for the Evo engines, but i forgot the whole code....there's one coupe here that has a 4G evo engine with 280 horses FWD! from what i've read, both cars simply have to drop the engines into the engine bay...anyway, hoped that helped<img src=/images/forums/snitz/wink.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>
If when you look at your engine bay, the motor is on the right hand side, and your gearbox is on the left hand side, then you can look at doing a Mitsubishi Eclipse Gst motor and front wheel drive gearbox conversion like i have done. see info in signature.
If when you look at your engine bay, the motor is on the left hand side, and the gearbox is on the right hand side, then you can look at doing a mitsubishi lancer evolution 4/5/6 engine swap, and mate it to the stock tiburon gearbox, or try to use the 4wd gearbox from the lancer 4/5/6 and convert it to fwd like user member TONY5050 has done.
<hr width=60% noshade size=1 align=left>1995 Hyundai Sonata with 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse 4G63T Engine and Front Wheel Drive Gs-T Gearbox Conversion. See mods at homepage.
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