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2.0 v6 to 413 g'box


 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 04, 2009 19:43    Post subject: 2.0 v6 to 413 g'box Reply with quote

Hi, Does anyone have any advice or experience of using a Vitara 2.0 v6 engine for extreme winch challenge type events?
Has anyone joined a 2.0 v6 to a 413 or Samurai gearbox? is there an adapter kit or a simple homebuild method?
Can anyone tell me how long a 2.0 v6 engine is without the cooling fan. I need the dimension from the front of the foremost pulley or bracket that can not be removed or resited to the point where it is bolted to the gearbox. I have an early 413 which has survived years of abuse but is no longer competitive and so needs a major makeover .
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