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    Ok.. my friend is doing it with an apropriate drivetrain. Any comments? Concerns?

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    whos ur friend?
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    ...cuz you need to slap him. J/K

    That's wasting a good Hachi on out dated technology (ie OHV, carburated), if he insisted on doing some along those lines, do a 4.6L Cobra motor, it's DOHC & easy (relativly speaking) to tune. That's my vote.

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    There's a guy (Aries on NICO) in TX who put a LS1 in to a S14 (240sx), so it just isn't this guy.

    Good luck with it either way.
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    he's a friend of mine in south fl.. i think the reason for the 302 is the price... i think that car is going to be hard to keep under control at WOT.. lol

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    with that much torque, I'd say yup too. tell him to make sure to reinforce the subframes & unibody, & look into that autoseal foam stuff, that'll help with structural rigidity.
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    frame injector foam stuff is highly volatile. its more for lazy people who dont wanna weld, people not on race-corses, or show cars/race cars who arent aloud or dont want to have their car cluttered with tubes. supposedly its popular ove rin japan, so they say on the internet, but ive never been in japan and ive never seen it used on a real racecar, just some street cars and such. is their a non-flammable version of the foam available yet?

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    yeh with the stock chassis i wouldnt run over 200 hp, and with that motor the main thing is going to be maintaining structural integrity. weld in a cage, weld in susp. supports, weld weld weld weld
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    ::no:: Muh bads, I thought that he'd rather go cheap. But a rollcage will work ALOT better for rigidity.
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    People who cross breed domestic motors into Japanese cars. deserve to walk they dont even deserve to catch the bus. they are so many Toyota motors that you can drop in to An AE86 why a Ford????????????
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    why not?

    motors a motor, whichever is th ebest for your kind of driving is the kind i would buy.

    i'll admit an all aluminum dohc toyota v8 would been sick :happy: , but they're hard to come by.

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    granted i know nothing about this car, a DOHC 4.6 makes a 302 look like a mini motor...they are wiiiiiiiiiiide


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