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    How Hard Is It To Swap A B Series Motor Into A Mini Rail Can Anyine Help Me With This??
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    I have thought about this too. You would need all the wiring, the computer, pretty much everything that requires the motor to run. You would have to get the motor mounts and set those up. It could be done. I dont think it would be too hard. You already got a rolling chassis?
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    I have two B16A engines for sale - one of them has an adjustable pressure fuel rail, Hondata software & computer, ceramic coated exhaust system, CVT drive setup (includes both primary and secondary clutches), C&R Radiator, wire loom and everything else needed to make it run.

    This setup was used in a Class 10 desert race car and has maybe 150 miles on it.

    It would be a perfect power plant for a car. Let me know if you're interested.
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    Ive got the motor, trans, ecu and harness I just dont know how to rig it all up. Can any one support with some tips and info
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    what rail is it going in? using the honda trans? Your going to need hondata, etc. Figure close to grand in tuning etc. You need to eliminate the speed sensors, the o2's etc. You need to come up with a shift adapter, teh VW models won't work. Its a project thats for sure. I have one all mocked up. And the more I look at it, the more I think BUSA. I can basiclly sell the motor for close to what a busa will cost. Figure in the extra's etc, its not an easy swap. Unless your doing more of a desert racer like TUT of Kfab. And then CVT is much easier to do
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    Contact Garrett Doyle at 661-965-9109.He's been putting them in stock cars on the West Coast for the last six years and is a wealth of knowledge.Makes any adaptors that he needs himself and has all of the electronics figured out.Not allowed to run injection due to the rules so has the carb problem figured out.
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    What type drivetrain are you thinking, cost of drivetrain and motor, space required for drivetrain and motor in your chassis?
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