not to bash the v6 with the charger, but that=$$, i picked up a 302 that needed a little work for 200 bucks, 35 bucks for the bellhousing, 250 for tranny and x-case. so basically under 500 bucks i get stuff that is stronger and that i can build the hell out of for cheap.drinkintedbr said:Try a v6 out of a wrecked tacoma. Maybe supercharge it.
wkubandit said:I've been toying with the idea of an engine swap too. The Ford 302 sounds great, but I would honestly rather stay all toyota if I can if nothing else for bragging rights. So I've been checking into I-Force V-8 swpas from a Tundra. I've only heard romours here and there of it being done, but I'd like to see a write up on that.
no and no, all you have to do it take the other motor out, cut motor mounts off, make new ones, put new motor in, mess with all the EFI wiring or go propane, bolt up new tranny and x-case.toyboy said:does any body make kits to drop in a ford 302, i have a 03 3.4l taco and can i use my stock trany?