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Old 01-02-2009, 04:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2.3L FWD Swap

How does the trans work? Can you run the trans to a divorced transfer case? Or do I have to use a 2.3 out of a RWD/4WD vehicle? I know the balancing is different so the motor has to be mounted the same direction, weather 90 Degree our regular. I also believe the bolt paterns on the blocks for the tranny's is different between the two because someone told me once that 4.6s have diff. paterns for the 90 Degree and convensional. Oh well early in planning so all the info you can give will help. If it can work I have a Ford Fusion thats totaled that I can bid on next week.
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