ok, so if i want to keep it 4WD im pretty much limited to either sourcing an Alltrac transmission or one from a manual rav with 4WD... damn, its beinging to be harder than i thought...
i was talking to my transmissions teacher, and he was telling me that if i spend the money, he can build my auto to take the power of the new motor. "its no different than building an auto for a drag car" according to him. i guess ill ask him some more about that.
anyway, anyone else have any idea about the 4wd???
and yeah, i know about the whole dropping the motor out the bottom, i figured that out the other day when i looked at the mounts... and most transverse mounted motors have to have the trans bolted to them when you put it in. that shouldnt be too hard, ive got access to a lift at school, and ive done enough honda motor swaps to know how to drop a car on the motor, haha.
the easiest way to do that if you have a lift is to sit the motor on something sturdy, and lower the car down ontop of it. that way you dont have to use a forklift
but i think i might do it that way, just as an excuse to drive the forklift around the school,