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    What needs to be done in terms of converting to 20V to RWD format, and what are the costs associated with doing this conversion. Any info would be great, as im planning on doing an engine conversion but im not 100% sure.

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    The cost is very high, in terms of time taken to read everything on the forums.

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    5 hours actualy doing it.

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    depends if you want to do it properly or not


    u can do it with stock ecu and dizzy, options are move the engine forwards or cut the firewall and have some nice long rad pipes

    or you can do it with an aftermarket ecu, proper rwd cooling kit and use the stock engine mounts. (the proper way)

    2nd option will cost more but will be a heappss better setup!
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    going aftermarket ecu isnt all that expensive, if u go a razorback for $700 wired. then u just need to setup an ignition source. also removes the AFM on silvertop
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    Kaizen sell a complete adaptronic setup for RWD 20v which includes COP ignition setup for $1650 i think? I was going to go down that route with mine but just ended up selling it. PM Anthony

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    for me, ive spent close to 4k converting my 86 to 20v. that includes halfcut, adaptronic, rs chita waterline kit, as well as all motor seals and waterpump etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by H8CHIR6KU View Post
    for me, ive spent close to 4k converting my 86 to 20v. that includes halfcut, adaptronic, rs chita waterline kit, as well as all motor seals and waterpump etc
    im not going to add up my costs,...but yea quite easily do-able

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