It can probably be done, Would be expensive and i don't think the cast alum01001010 said:LMAO...Thanks Mike...very comforting..lol Really though, the way you put it is hilarious! But thanks anyway.
Now, here comes another...
Since these engines are based on a Buick block design, can these sleeves be removed and have the cylinders overbored to have some larger pistons put in? Not that I'm planning on doing this but can it be done??? I had my 65 Stang's engine overbored from 289 to 292ci...I saw an increase in power of course, and after I put the four-barrel and a 2.5 inch exhaust, even saw some increase in mileage on the highway (city miles became worse!)
01001010 said:Good point.
Which are the engines that most people who do engine swaps go for...the 4.2s??? How well are these things put together?
01001010 said:I suppose one would have to change the bellhousing as well. I was mentioning the swaps within the RoverRealm, but if i were really going to embark on such a feat to swap my engine out, you better believe I'd be going with any of the TDs!!! :buttrock:
01001010 said:Im starting to think up some crafty ideas for the future. I'm hoping that my current engine will make it through my USA Expedition Next Year and my Central/South America Expedition in 2008.
Just kidding, I knew someone who rented a jeep for an in country expedition01001010 said:Lmao...what???