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Posted on 2001.12.19 at 09:56
Mood: annoyedannoyed
Music: Blectum From Blechdom-Detrecht Warping.wma
blah. my favorite liquor store across the freeway was closed when i got there at quarter past 8 this morning... & the nazi turdlet troll-lady at the nearby 7-11 refused to believe i'm not over 17... need nicotine, damnit. gonna go try again...

have decided the route i'm gonna go with the MR2 is the 1.8-liter 7AFE shortblock from a later corolla/celica. the bottom end of the engine is the only part that needs replacing, and i can think of few mods as effective as an extra two-tenths of a liter. an article here indicates this should be doable without too much drama.

now i've just gotta see where i can find one the cheapest. i want to get these cars running and sold, damnit.

ok, off ISO nicotine.

Comments:


Colonel Angus
scosol at 2001-12-19 12:49 (UTC) (Link)

Wait wait-

So-

If your goal is simply to get the car running and sell it, why care about this head-block mix and match thing to get an extra .2l when the jackoff who buys it probably isnt going to care either way?

(just wondering)
Generation Y's Howard Beale
dk at 2001-12-19 12:54 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Wait wait-

because the 1.8 liter engine costs the same used as the 1.6, and the head gaskets for the two motors are the same. only special part you need is a 944 timing belt to run the cams with; everything else basically swaps onto the new shortblock from the old one.

& ostensibly, having a 1.8liter motor will increase the value of the car a little bit...
Colonel Angus
scosol at 2001-12-19 13:06 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Wait wait-

Ahh- I thought it was more complicated than that-
Your YSR gaskets in yet?
Generation Y's Howard Beale
dk at 2001-12-19 18:55 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Wait wait-

yeah, they are. you wanna give me a ride out there? *grin*
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