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#1 Vuouymons

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Posted 04 June 2019 - 10:52 AM

Hey everyone, I have a lower end built G54b that I was going to modify and such, but I've decided to quit touching this motor and pull it, maybe build it over the years, but at this moment I'm thinking more of a 4G or 4B11 swap.

I believe I've heard that the 4G63 or the 4G64 can use an adapter plate to bolt right up on our cars? Is that correct? If not, could someone experienced with the swap give me some info on what is needed for the swap exactly.

Also do most people go on a transmission swap as well, or is the adapter plate for our transmission. (If there is a adaption plate)

I was also looking at the new all aluminum 4B11's, I'm just not sure if they have the some line up as the 4G's, I was going to do some research into that but if anyone knows for sure please let me know.

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Posted 04 June 2019 - 07:20 PM

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if you can find a wideblock (which are rare) you can bolt it up to our transmision. If you go the narrow block route you can use a d50 trans but it will disintegrate if you make any sort of decent horsepower. Bill Hincher makes bellhousings to mount various transmissions to narrow block. https://www.billsautofab.com/

Far as the 4b11t that would be interesting. The Hyundai genesis 2.0t has a similar engine but it is not exactly the same. I was thinking of swapping my buddies motor from his genesis in but he decided not to try and cram a 2j in it. It's already in a rwd layout though.

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Posted 05 June 2019 - 01:39 PM

Cheesey you're the man, this is the exact response I was hoping for. I'd rather a wideblock (even though they are rare) because the narrowblock is single cam is it not? and then it's a bolt-on. Love it.

I do have a spare LSjr here in a truck I also may fit in..... V8 does sound better than a 4banger to me but less fab would be nice.

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Posted 05 June 2019 - 07:07 PM

actually the wide blocks were usually single cam. it came in the d50/mighty max trucks and some of their vans. Its probably a more cost effective route because you don't have to buy a trans/adapter. but on the other hand with the wide block you'd want to build the engine because none of it is meant for boost. either route involves some amount of fab work and piecing things together.

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Posted 06 June 2019 - 11:58 AM

I feel that.. Hmm, might have to check out that narrowblock then.

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Posted 17 June 2019 - 11:34 AM

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