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Old 07-11-2008, 02:02 AM
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ok ive been looking at different engines for a couple of weeks now but im not sure if it will work but i was looking at the specs for a 6g72 engine out of a 2000 galant. so basicly does anyone have advice on it?
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Is that the standard 3.0 ??? If so the write up is posted
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i dont think its standard im pretty sure every trans made for that motor is auto.... but i could be wrong
whats the post labeled i tried looking before i posted but didnt see anything interesting
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Old 07-12-2008, 02:28 AM
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ok im alil drunk but lets see if i can get my question asked without confusion since i know ill forget in the morning...... that post bad venge showed me proved to my friends that i wasnt insane for wanting to put a 3.0 out of an eclipse in my car so thank you for that.... but what my actual question is the pistons on the stock 3.0 out of an eclipse cant hold the psi produced by forced air induction so what would anyone recommend for internal work on the block to hold the psi required for forced air induction?........
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It holds up fine to forced induction there are tons of cars running ripp mods superchargers
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