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Is it possible to put an engine from a 3000gt into a GSX?

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2008-03-17 17:26:39
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Anything is possible, however it would seem pointless to do so. The 3000GT Engine is much larger & weighs much more. The modifications needed to do so would not be worth the effort. The original 4G63 engine in the eclipse will take you a long way. With proper modifications these engines are capable of 1400hp. So to answer your question, yes it is "possible" would anyone with experience recommend it "NO"

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Not without redesigning the entire car. Everything about it - height, width, length, angle of installation, size of transmission and differentials, and length of half-shafts for front and rear, as well as driveshaft length, are different. It would be several times cheaper just to buy a 3000GT and GSX and drive them both.

yes you can because I have a vr=4 engine in my 3000gt but the thing is you have to get the wiring harness and brain from the vr-4 engine if not it wont work. Also yes normal peoplecan put it in just take your time.

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look at the engine, is there a snail shell looking thing attached to the front of the engine...if so then u got one. ------ If your Eclipse is a GS or RS it did not come from the factory with a turbo. the engine should be on the passenger side of the car. That engine is a 420a. If you have an Eclipse GSX or GS-T then you have a turbo charged engine. the engine will be on the drivers side of the car. this is the 4g63 engine. it is possible to have a 420a with a turbo, but someone will have had to put it on themselves, and you would probably know that when you bought it.

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It is not. The GS is a tranny for an I4, so its not quite wide enough to match up to the V6 block. And if I remember correctly, the 94 manual was a 6-speed. You'd need to get the tranny from a 3rd generation Eclipse GT (I know this works because I did it on my 97) but this only works if you have a SOHC motor, which Mitsubishi didn't put in the 3000GT until 97, but Dodge put it in the Stealth from the beginning. You're probably gonna have to hunt for a Stealth/3000GT parts car.


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