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Old 09-30-2014
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2.3 Turbo Swap into 89 2wd ranger

Hey guys, im new to this forum and wanted to see if some one had the set up im trying to reach or if they know about putting a 2.3t engine and trans in a 89 long bed ranger 2wd. I know somethings are going to be a little pricey depending on the exact set up but money its not that big of an issue if it does what I want. Power level I would like is around 350hp to the wheels and be a reliable driver. Just there is a lot of difference ive heard from the ranger trans and the SVO trans. was wondering if you could put an adapter plate and run a t5 or a tremec? not to mention the driveshaft. Not sure exactly. Any help at all I would really appreciate it. And I planned on doing a full swap and probably would just get a complete stand alone system. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks.
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