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New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Sun May 20, 2012 2:37 am

Whats up everyone the name is drew i just purchased my 94 mighty max about a month ago and loving it im going to be doing a really good cleaning on it tomorrow and will post pics of it after that..

I do have a few ???? i have been searching and searching about swaps for the 94 and i see alot of people doing the 4g63t swap and the 4g64/4g63 hybird. so my ?? is will the 4g63t motor bolt right in??

thanks everyone

i will post pictures tomorrow
--- Drew

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Post by knuckshaft » Sun May 20, 2012 8:56 am

Welcome! Have any pics of the truck?

The 4g63 uses the same mounts as the truck to bolt up. However you do need a 87-89 2.0 Sohc manual 5 spd trans for it to bolt up to a trans.
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Re: New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Sun May 20, 2012 9:59 am

knuckshaft wrote:Welcome! Have any pics of the truck?

The 4g63 uses the same mounts as the truck to bolt up. However you do need a 87-89 2.0 Sohc manual 5 spd trans for it to bolt up to a trans.
thanks for the info man yeah im gonna try to get some picks up today.
--- Drew

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Re: New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Sun May 20, 2012 5:10 pm

Ok so i got my pictures but didnt get time to wash it today as you can see she needs some lovin i got her about a month ago for 800 (running) but it needed alot of work ive got it running very good im saving up now so i can lower it than so on and so on

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--- Drew

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Post by LethalEthan » Sun May 20, 2012 5:19 pm

nice! I've always liked the newer front bumper on the 2nd gen's. Where in GA are you?
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Re: New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Sun May 20, 2012 5:21 pm

LethalEthan wrote:nice! I've always liked the newer front bumper on the 2nd gen's. Where in GA are you?
im south of atlanta in henry county
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Post by LethalEthan » Sun May 20, 2012 5:33 pm

I've been through there before on my way to ATL. All these new ga members are north ga. If you were closer theres a couple junkyards here who normally have a good selection of mightymax parts.
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Re: New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Sun May 20, 2012 5:43 pm

LethalEthan wrote:I've been through there before on my way to ATL. All these new ga members are north ga. If you were closer theres a couple junkyards here who normally have a good selection of mightymax parts.
its hard to find MM in junk yards here and if i do they have been torn apart
--- Drew

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Post by LethalEthan » Sun May 20, 2012 7:16 pm

They've just recently become popular around here. When I had mine, it was the only one I'd ever seen. But now, I see atleast one just about every day.
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Post by 4g63mightymax » Sun May 20, 2012 9:26 pm

Welcome to the site!

The 4G63 will bolt in, but the thermostat housing on the 4G63 will hit your firewall. If you want things to look factory, you need custom motor & trans mounts that move your engine and trans forward a couple inches. Then you need a longer drive shaft. That being said, I recommend it to everybody and I don't think one person has ever taken the advice. :)

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Post by knuckshaft » Sun May 20, 2012 9:33 pm

4g63mightymax wrote:The 4G63 will bolt in, but the thermostat housing on the 4G63 will hit your firewall. If you want things to look factory, you need custom motor & trans mounts that move your engine and trans forward a couple inches. Then you need a longer drive shaft. That being said, I recommend it to everybody and I don't think one person has ever taken the advice. :)

-Jeremy
just John has :) . I regret not doing that also. When I drop the auto in I'll most likely make mounts to move it forward.

Nice truck drew, the paint and body looks to be in pretty good shape. Great starting point!
-Ryan
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Post by 4g63mightymax » Sun May 20, 2012 9:43 pm

Oh yeah, you're right, John did do it. Okay, so that makes 1 out of ~7000. LoL.
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Re: New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Mon May 21, 2012 5:17 pm

knuckshaft wrote:
4g63mightymax wrote:The 4G63 will bolt in, but the thermostat housing on the 4G63 will hit your firewall. If you want things to look factory, you need custom motor & trans mounts that move your engine and trans forward a couple inches. Then you need a longer drive shaft. That being said, I recommend it to everybody and I don't think one person has ever taken the advice. :)

-Jeremy
just John has :) . I regret not doing that also. When I drop the auto in I'll most likely make mounts to move it forward.

Nice truck drew, the paint and body looks to be in pretty good shape. Great starting point!
the body has a few dents here and there the paint is good accept for roof of course the only thing is the truck set for a really long time so all my suspension is dried out but i am working on it i am currently putting new strut bushings and passenger side tie rode
--- Drew

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Re: New Georgia Member

Post by drew0508 » Tue May 22, 2012 5:52 pm

has anyone ever did control arm bushings
--- Drew

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Post by knuckshaft » Tue May 22, 2012 7:51 pm

I have just not on my truck, take pics and I can explain it. I do control arm bushings on all kinds of stuff regularly
-Ryan
1989 R32.4 Nissan Skyline GTS-T 4dr Ls/turbo/6spd
1990 R32 GTS bn sports body kit/caged ls2/6spd
1999 Ford F350 7.3l diesel
1971 Dodge Demon
5 s13 240sx
2012 Chevy Equinox

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