Would an RB26 (converted to single turbo) fit in a scion frs?

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Old 04 Jan 2014, 01:24 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Would an RB26 (converted to single turbo) fit in a scion frs?
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Old 04 Jan 2014, 01:40 pm   #2 (permalink)
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YES IT WILL. Any motor to be in fact. With all the time and money its possible. So technically it you have all that and the knowledge to do it. You'll have yourself a badass FRS.
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Kinda not really. The engine would be much taller than the hood and longer than the entire engine compartment. But with enough money nearly anything is possible. An LS2 would fit better, btw.
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