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1.6 litre 16valve checklist. TT

Evening. I'm going to do it. It'll be expensive, but I need the zook. See the attached txt file, what am I missing? Any input for cool stuff/additions to the conversion? Brent has a drop shipable kit for 2100 dollars, I'll do it but I don't want to. Options?
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I LOVE my 1600 16V.
I want to do it in my LWB but the wife wants an auto tran's.
So I don't know yet.
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GRW, a 2wd Sidekick/Tracker 3 spd auto is possible with the 16v, but it would add some additional cost and fabrication. I have a Tracker 5 spd in mine and had to get my intermediate shaft shortened, a 2" body lift, and make a rear transmission mount bracket.
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Just my opinion, but if you are buying everthing from Brent for $2100 he installs them for $2500. I hate to assume but if your willing to shell out that much money I think it would be pretty easy to come up with another $400 and have him put it in. That is unless you can't take your rig to him.

Is there not alot of 16v in your area? I search only for about 2 days and found one about 100 miles away from me for $650, so I snagged it up. But there are all kinds of them around for $1000-1200. Anyway good luck.
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I'm a shopping [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
Main problem is low milage and having a COMPLETE engine/harness.
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"3 CORE RAD IS A GOOD IDEA.
DUAL FRICTION IS RECCOMENDED..
LIGHTEN THE CLUTCH IS NICE ALSO..
GSR1 TRANSFER IS SUGGESTED."

Why the 3 core rad? that engine runs quite cool already... I had to put a 195 thermostat in it to get it to warm up...
GSR1 is not absolutly needed for on road with this engine it does great on power with just the stock t-case.. I have ran both on this engine and I actually preferr the stock t-case for on road driving.. but for off road the GSR1 would be way preferred...

Dual friction, I have this in my rig, and I Love it.... I highly recommend it...

Brent is an awesome person and his Customer Service is Un matched in my opinion...
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Nowhere,

Did you see that my phantom Green Zuki is for sale? It has a brand new motor in it!! Runs great.

Some guys over here on the beach have lots of sami stuff if you need to check with them for anything.

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Hey last time I was in Orlando, I seen a junk yard with two sidekicks in them, one looked good all the way around, I didnt ask any question about them thought. I was in a junk yard my way on SR 50, around Bithlow area.


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Is that $2100 for the whole works: Engine, harness, adapter kit and all?
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Re: 1.6 litre 16valve checklist. TT

Jeremy!!!!!!!!! [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
I've been a shopping around her a little and have come up empty handed as of now. Time frame is 1 to 2 months. It's a bit of a drive, but I'd be willing to scope out what's aval in melbourne.

Yes, 2,100 dollars includes EVERYTHING (ok, no fuel hoses)!! Not installed either.
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