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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Oct 31, 7:05pm - #314552 

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Would it be possible?

i was talking to a guy in a neighboring town here who has a civic with a CRV engine in it, with an integra head, and it got me to thinking, would it be possible to do like a RAV-4 block and a celica head? i'm just trying to think of engine space issues, as well as the fact of what you would use for the actual valves, not gonna do it, just kinda curious if it would work confused
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nebraskaGTS Oct 31, 7:06pm - #314553 

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FYI rav-4 is a 2.4 liter thumbsup
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Blue_Bomber Oct 31, 7:35pm - #314554 
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Toyota engines aren't similar enough to create hybrids. You can't even put a 2ZZ head on a 1ZZ.
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RookieGTS Oct 31, 7:36pm - #314555 

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damn! bomber! you know your shit thumbsup
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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Oct 31, 9:28pm - #314556 

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Originally Posted by Blue_Bomber
Toyota engines aren't similar enough to create hybrids. You can't even put a 2ZZ head on a 1ZZ.


lazy ass toyota engineers angry oh well, i guess i will just have to be happy with my 1.8 displacement wink
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eddie_725 Oct 31, 10:17pm - #314557 
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Honda rofl

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Zero Nov 1, 3:30am - #314558 

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thats the only thing I like about Hondas.

interchangable engines, now thats a great idea. thumbsup

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Workshop4Ever Nov 1, 5:35am - #314559 

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i dont think making all the parts different makes toyota engineers lazy...by making different parts and not interchanghable ones they have to do more work. Since the existing parts are not useable grin

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