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Jsharptooth91's Beta 2 swap

Old 06-19-2008, 03:20 AM
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Well guys here it is. I got the motor over this weekend. Here are some shots of it. All i need to get it running is a flywheel and exhaust header. If any one has one they want to get rid of let me know! I am installing this on a 1.5L tranny.
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1. 2002 Elantra engine. They are the MAP based engines. $475.00 with 63k on it.
4. 1.6 DOHC LC ECU. Used $100.00
5. Clutch (Scoupe turbo). New $95.00
6. OBX under drive pulley. New $78.00*
8. Water pump. New $60.00
9. Timing belt. New $55.00
10. Spark plugs and wires. New $60.00
* Parts not needed to complete swap. Just easier to do when the motor is out of the car.

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Old 06-19-2008, 07:19 AM
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dud that is sexy clean smile.gif i wanna clean mine
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Old 06-19-2008, 05:04 PM
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I'll have to recruit you to help me swap my Accent if I decide to. smile.gif
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Sounds good. Its a great learning project. Your will way easier than mine, since you have the 1.6L
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Yeah. I've almost done it a couple of times since it should be a weekend project. Drive to work Friday with a 1.6l and drive to work Monday with a 2.0l. Lol.
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This would of been a weekend project. But I kinda got jipped on parts. I would have the motor in and running if it came with an exhaust manifold and flywheel. Now i have to spen an extra 200 to 300 on that stuff. I had a set budget for the swap and im over it and out of cash. Dam wrecking yards, at least they gave me 50 bucks back for not having an exhaust on it. But anyways, i have cleaned up the motor a bit more and I will post some more pix. I should be getting a flywheel in 2 weeks and flywheel bolts from the dealer, and I should be able to put the motor in the car and start the rewiring.
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that sucks about the missing parts man, what are you going to do about the exhaust manifold? Will you go with headers since you have to spend money or just go with another used stocker? You can get some nice headers for these Beta's
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Prob buy some headers.
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good deal, if money was no option I think the Megan ones KFX is selling would be the best but I bought the cheap eBay ones myself just to save money in case I ever go turbo
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How are the cheap ones holding up?
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