AE86 + S2000 engine = Boyeah!

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I got bored so I found this ae86 with an s2000 engine swap, revs to about 10k.

posted by  GreekWarrior

thats actually REALLY cool.

posted by  Stem

Dude you must be really bored . The article about that car is old now that Hotstaff has built a few more of these. If you watch BMI Roaring VTEC you'll see the drift king testing out a coupe version.

posted by  fudge

Yeah I just got the pics from another forum. :mrgreen:

posted by  GreekWarrior

Theres a kid around here that bought a crashed S2000 from some old guy (what a dumbass). The engine from the S2000 was still in perfect condition so he took it out and put it into his 92 Accord. It is FAST. I wish i had that under my hood :cussing:

posted by  GonnaDie4TheGov

how'd he do that? the s2000 motor is setup for RWD? sure it's not a type-s motor?

posted by  airmanUSN

get me some pics or i wont believe that.

you're talking about mounting a longitude rwd engine into a transverse fwd engine bay.

that's basically impossible without changing everything like suspension, brakes, diff, underbody, crossmembers, cv joints, engine bay, firewall, dash etc... and even if he had a type-s nsx engine it wouldn't mount, even though they're a transverse mounted engine, the gearboxes on them are mounted for longitude engines, thus meaning that an nsx engine would fit straight into an ap1*s2000*.

posted by  HyundaGuy

That's true, for the amount of money you would need to do that; i would rather spend it on a used S2000. My friend picked up a used 2000 S2000 with medium mileage for 18,000. He bought it from a weird place too; Saskatchewan, the canadian farming prarie province. Why would they have a S2000 there? :ticking:

posted by  aerith

No idea. ive seen his car. ive never seen the engine. but that car FLIES. so i have no idea how he did it but apparently he did. I was told it took him over a year to get the car on the road after the engine swap.

posted by  GonnaDie4TheGov

until you've seen it with your own eyes, don't assume, don't believe people.

this one guy tryed to tell me that he had a an SR22DETT, apparently a V6 twin turbo producing over 400hp in his FWD Nissan EXA(N12).

so, until you see shit with your own eyes, then don't believe.

posted by  HyundaGuy

As long as the bellhousing fits the engine and gearbox together you can do any configuration.

But some Honda engines turn the opposite way round...

posted by  fudge

lol SR = |4. always.

posted by  VG30DE

hehehe...... that actually made me chuckle..... that guy really thought he was clever.....

posted by  Inygknok

Thats pretty sweet, I have to say. :laughing:

posted by  StiMan

i guy i know is working on this swap
(im slip n' slide on this here forum...)

posted by  mazda6man

um, explain...

posted by  mazda6man

nevermind the old ones were RWD. DUH! :banghead:

posted by  airmanUSN

Im starting to become a sucker for older cars. That corolla looks really good when it doesn't have a wing and decals and graphics on it.

posted by  importluva

I don't know why they turn in the opposite but I know that some do. I've tried looking for a reason for this but this is the only expanation of this that I have found. /

posted by  fudge

that doesnt meen it spins the opposite direction, it just means that its positioned different... the engine still runs in a clockwise direction

posted by  mazda6man

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