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Old 09-24-2005, 02:53 PM   #1
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alright i blew my d16y8 engine so i had to buy a d16y7 engine for now but i dont know the specs on it and i cant find them. Also i was wondering if i could put on my headers and intake manifold from my d16y8 on the d16y7 and it gain some more horses since im losing some from the swap?
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The y7 makes 106 horsepower, and adding the intake and exhaust mani from your Y8 would be a direct bolt on. I have been told the Intake mani is what makes most of the difference between these engines, so swapping that would help.
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you can also take your head off your y8 and install it onto your y7 and also install your manifolds onto the y7 and your tranny from your y8 and you would probally make a bit more then the stock 127 of your y8. Search "mini me swap" and you'll find tons of info.
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It ends up being a lot of work thought, that's for sure....
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alright i threw a rod in it and i just aint got the money to fix it so i bought this y7 with 65k miles for 400bucks. so im trying to make it back to as fast as it was only got exhaust and k&n air filter for it as of now though :/
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First time you blow an engine is tramadic. Now that you are used to it, I say you should get some spray and continue buying inexspensived engines while just swapping out the nitrous system.. Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size.

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yes everything is a direct bolt for you. the headers would be an exception, however your car is an ex, so yes everything for a y8 would bolt up. as said earlier lookup mini-me and do that asap.
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