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Turbo Stuff Into An Na

Old 02-10-2005, 01:57 PM
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so will the tii rearend stuff bolt right up to my vert? im still hoping that i have the spot for the manual tranny mount bc that would make the whole project pretty simple i think.



eventually, hopefully not all that far away, im gonna buy a tii front clip (jdm) and swap everything to my vert, making it a rhd tii car. it seems as though the hardest part of this will be swapping the firewall, but im gonna have to have that done bc i dont have a welder. does anyone know if the rhd steering stuff and front suspension will bolt right in? is the steering column the same, is the keyhole on the same side of the column for lhd/rhd? will a front clip come with everything i need to do this swap? the main thing im worried about is getting a dash(which i hope will come in pretty good shape with the clip). at this point in my research it seems as though all of my stuff will work as long as i have the basic jspec rhd dash. and then all of the obvious rhd and engine stuff.
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Old 02-10-2005, 02:08 PM
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what do you guys think? does anyone have any personal experience with this stuff?
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Old 02-10-2005, 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Shane.Trammell' date='Feb 10 2005, 03:56 PM
so will the tii rearend stuff bolt right up to my vert? im still hoping that i have the spot for the manual tranny mount bc that would make the whole project pretty simple i think.


The diff, halfshafts, tranny, and engine bolt right on, without a single issue



Do you have a auto vert?



If so, I don't know if there is any difference in the tranny tunnel, or mounts





Originally Posted by Shane.Trammell' date='Feb 10 2005, 03:56 PM
eventually, hopefully not all that far away, im gonna buy a tii front clip (jdm) and swap everything to my vert, making it a rhd tii car. it seems as though the hardest part of this will be swapping the firewall, but im gonna have to have that done bc i dont have a welder. does anyone know if the rhd steering stuff and front suspension will bolt right in? is the steering column the same, is the keyhole on the same side of the column for lhd/rhd? will a front clip come with everything i need to do this swap? the main thing im worried about is getting a dash(which i hope will come in pretty good shape with the clip). at this point in my research it seems as though all of my stuff will work as long as i have the basic jspec rhd dash. and then all of the obvious rhd and engine stuff.



I don't know if its a direct swap, but damn that is a lot of work, just to be different!
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Old 02-10-2005, 02:15 PM
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the car is an auto vert. the tunnel should be the same there just migh be a problem getting the tranny rear mount to work bc some cars dont have the mount ledge or holes there already, hopefully mine will
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