Naza Ria Engine transplant

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  1. jammiwong69

    jammiwong69 New Member

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    Hi 3309

    Scrap ur Naza??:banghead::banghead:
    What happen after converting on ur naza??:confused::confused:
    and is it the workshop first time convert to naza ria??
     
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  2. mFaeezChoo

    mFaeezChoo New Member

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    May I know where is the workshop you convert the Naza Ria? Mine already convert to 6A13TT, but the foreman did not do a proper job.
     
  3. Mitevo7

    Mitevo7 Senior Member
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    Shitttt .... now i am really appreciate the high costs i paid to my mechanic who did my E46 conversion.
     
  4. ixeo

    ixeo Senior Member
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    which is why better buy something instead of modding it. UNLESS it is plug and play. Like a YRV Turbo onto a Kelisa/Kenari, where they just swap the subframe.
     
  5. Mitevo7

    Mitevo7 Senior Member
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    Mine is totally not plug and play at all, i am fortunate all the cash well spent to make the car runs like normal. My next engine swap definitely is going to be plug and play. No more cross breed engine swap for me, at least in these few years time.
     
  6. ixeo

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    why not just buy the car that comes with the engine you want? Less hassle. That being said I highly recommend a Kelisa YRV Turbo. Plus it’s a straight swap. Only thing is the gearbox won’t survive if you mod the engine.
     
  7. Mitevo7

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    Backside itchy, wanted to experience all the hardships of cross breeding transplant. Luckily it was a successful one, minus a few small issues.
     
  8. alcyon

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    Because, its supposed to be cheap (er)....
     
  9. koshin

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    ;)
     

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  10. vr2turbo

    vr2turbo 5 Year | Silver
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    Yup, you can iron out the problems immediately, rather than finding out later this is wrong, that is wrong.......
     
  11. Mitevo7

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    As of now, i only kinda skeptical towards the E46 steering column looks very close to engine mounting. Am i suppose to worry ?
     

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