Asked by Nov 08, 2016 at 11:12 AM about the 1984 Toyota Supra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Measure the engine bay. To do such a conversion will take a HUGE amount of work and DEEP pockets.


4.6 sohc and dohc engines are very wide. Any swap would be a huge undertaking, but a Ford overhead cam swap would be more difficult due to the physical size of the engine.


Going out

Going back in with the 4.6 auto soon will be a 5 speed from mustang idk about shifter location yet will need k member parts from mustang and motor mounts and new exaust factory manafolds are ok .brake booster has to move over! and both sides have to be caved in for exaust steering linkage has to come out and go back in after motor install and a combanation u joint and ford yoke needs installed up front your going to beed a big hammer and about a hour lol


You can get a lot of power out of the original Supra engine. I vote to rebuild it instead of a swap.

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But im saveing my 7mge for a full size car

Way to wide

Electric fans

And dont even get me started on this

But the 7mge will be built strong for this and need help running it at bare minimal

My bad

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