Chris_V SuperDork
6/6/11 2:06 p.m.

92k miles, was going to be used in my '63 mercury Comet project. Sold the Comet, so I have no use for the engine.

$400, either pickup in the Baltimore area, or can possibly deliver for fuel costs within 100 miles.

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Chris_V SuperDork
6/19/11 9:37 a.m.


$250 obo. Would make a fun swap candidate!

SVreX SuperDork
6/19/11 10:54 a.m.


Taiden HalfDork
6/19/11 11:20 a.m.

Chris do you have any of the manual swap parts?

Maroon92 SuperDork
6/19/11 2:36 p.m.

Would fit perfectly in my Mk3 Supra. Maybe with a turbo.

Chris_V SuperDork
6/20/11 8:18 a.m.
Taiden wrote: Chris do you have any of the manual swap parts?

Nope. I had the adapter but sold it already, as well as the W58 trans.

chandlerGTi Reader
6/22/11 10:54 a.m.

Who makes the adapters? I'm not seeing any...

RossD SuperDork
6/22/11 11:29 a.m.

For the adapter, the Australians seem to have an infinity for this motor. I'd look for site from down under for a lead.

stafford1500 GRM+ Memberand New Reader
6/23/11 8:15 a.m.

castlemaine rod shop in austraila does quite a few bell housings for this engine. I got one to connect to a richmond gear/muncie box for $200US it was a few years ago, so check for current offerings

you might also check out - a site dedicated to doing silly things with these engines

Chris_V SuperDork
6/23/11 8:58 a.m.

yeah, I had got my adapter from a guy in Cali, I do believe, on the Lextreme forum. There are a few choices besides the Aussies these days, though they are the leaders in 1UZ swaps.

Taiden HalfDork
6/23/11 2:23 p.m.

It still is totally shocking to me that there isn't a single flywheel/bellhousing that mates to the 1uz. It's not like toyota at all to not pull an existing part off the shelf when designing a motor/transmission

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