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Old 02-11-2007, 07:01 PM
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I need help in seeing if the Pontiac Fiero GETRAG 282 tranny can be bolted to any other engines? I got an S10 I wanna play with and do a mid engine design, something I havent seen yet (besides on those wheelie trucks at the strip). If anyone knows of different combos that are compatible that would be great!

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If you really want some horses in the bed of an s10....Have a look at the mid 70s Olds Toronado or Caddy Eldorado FWD setups. It will be a major undertaking though.
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Those were actually my first thoughts but a V6 would be a good start you can put plenty of power outa them plus even with the motor up against the back of my bed it would still be a tight fit. Unless I moved the axel back but Id like to keep it where it is. My dad and I were talkn about a 911 motor but thats a little iffy to me cause Ive never worked on one plus they can be $$$
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INstead of sideways have you thought about a V-drive? I have seen a couple. I do not about durability or expense. But I think it would make it easier.
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