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I just pulled my 16v back out, there is nothing wrong with it ( besides starter but I have warranty), but I am doing another conversion so I am selling the entire engine, transmission connected, wiring harness, and various other zuki parts. The 16v has a professionally installed dual friction clutch and flywheel was turned ( it just passed break in period), I just needed more pep for my 38.5's so Im doing an entirely different conversion, here is what Im selling:

Complete 1995 16v motor
wiring harness conversion
engine is connected to 1992 zuk transmission
motor mount adapter bracket included
brand new 318 motor mounts on engine
dual friction clutch already installed
1987 transfer case
1990's transfer case
to much stuff to list...Just make me an offer I cant refuse [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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pics of engine etc. go to
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Re: 16v any florida boys?

studly, i have never known someone to do monthly engine swaps as you do.

well i am not sure what your new plan is, i do know that a 289/302 would fit about the best of any v-8s out there. very narrow and has the all important front mount distributor. hook it to a c-4 auto. with tires as large as you have i would skip all v-6s as a viable option.
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Re: 16v any florida boys?

My usual 100 dollars is in the pot [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

No really though, what is the milage on that motor? I've got a line on a 1.6 with 45k and a warranty for 550 shipped to my door..
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this would be a power increase over your 1600 16v but it is still small displacement
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Re: 16v any florida boys?

I had been researching on a 302 swap for quite a while now, I was actually gonna build a drag racer out of a sammy and keep 16v in my yellow zuk, but given I had a 302 given to me etc. I decided to put it into my yellow one, yes the 302 is narrow but longer, believe it or not the head width is wider then a 350 by a half inch, but the actual block itself is around 4 inches narrower...go figure lol, over all its 2 inches longer then a 350, so quite honestly I feel the 302 is a much easier and smarter swap, also the motor mounts hole to hole from side to side is 16 and a quarter, on a 350 they were 16 and 3 quarters so go figure on that lol the manifolds edge to edge on the 302 are skinny enough to easily fit inside the fram rails(22"s edge to edge, as opossed to chevy manifolds which are 26"s), but are a extremely tight fit ( also likes to take out the brake sylennoid on passenger side frame so thats more fabricating) overall with the c4 transmission it seems like its gonna be a nice fit, mine is only 2 inches longer then a normal Th350, so Im not worrying much on that, just worrying how much longer that d20 transfer case is gonna make it...we should be welding the mounts into the frame this weekend and mounting engine..pics to come [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
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Re: 16v any florida boys?

Bitchin' Billy! Hehhe

Make sure you're welding properly, it'd be a very bad thing for that motor or frame to collapse! Eek!

No booger welds!
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oh yes I got the soldering iron and plenty of wire to boot, oh also got the JB weld cant forget that [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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