offers the highest quality V6 and V8 conversions available.
The V6 conversions are for high-tech 4.3L Chevy Vortec engines.
The 4.3L Vortec engines are smoother running, run cooler,
and are much more powerful than the Buicks. The Buick V6 engines,
due to engineering design flaws, have bad vibration problems
which are amplified when installed in the Toyota truck's rigid
chassis. This is especially irritating at freeway speeds!
With the 4.3 V6 conversions you have the option of
retaining your Toyota '85-'95 5-speed transmission
allowing full compression braking, or adapting to the GM automatic
largest amount of requests we receive about engine conversions
are for V8s. We feel, after doing numerous conversions
of both V6 and V8s in our shop - taking into consideration
engine availability, ease of installation, drivability, and
customer satisfaction - most customers will be far happier
in the long run using a small block Chevy or Ford V8. Ford
conversions are gaining popularity because they are narrower,
and the distributor is in front. We recommend automatic
transmissions for competition and hard off-road use. However,
many customers have had excellent success using '85-'95 5-speeds
with reasonable tire size combinations and good driving habits.
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Both V6 and V8 conversions are 90-150 lbs. heavier. A 3-4" suspension lift is highly recommended on all engine conversions.
Underhood heat will be greatly reduced due to space created between underfloor area over transmission and firewall.
Sufficient to handle V6 and V8 conversions.
We recommend upgrading to '85-'95 5-speeds which are very durable and will handle V6 and V8 conversions if driven sensibly.
We recommend our heavy duty high-efficiency four core radiator.
engines? Which type?
No question! Vortec 4.3L V6 high-tech engines.
- V8 engines?
Ford 302 or GM 350
I need to cut and weld for V8 conversions?
Not if you purchase the correct NWOR components!
I use my stock power steering?
Yes, we have a high quality NWOR bracket kit available.
Impossible to answer, due to numerous engine/ transmission combinations.
To lengthen or shorten averages $60.00 at most shops.
More than adequate unless you are a vehicle abuser. "Same size
axle shafts as a Ford 9".
Varies state to state! You should use an engine newer than you
are removing. The newer engine has acceptable emission equipment
long will it take?
If you are mechanically inclined, it should take 3-4 days.
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