I would imagine that someone there would do it, but I was looking into having the manual swap done for me shops didn't seem to willing to take on the job. My opinion, your better off taking the job on yourself and it's cheaper
TR-3650 will be easier.Hey guys after several months of thinking I've decided I want to t45 swap my tbird as I swapped the heads and intake as you said would be a hp gain. My question is there any shops or people near me that can do it? I'm located in Washington by chehalis. Thanks for at least reading this
Is his user name just triston? Or? And thanks for the info. This swap is something is like to finish very quickly as its my ddMight want to send a PM to Triston. He's about 3 hours away from you, and I think he's the closest member on here who has done the T45 swap to his Tbird, so he might be willing to take on the job for you.
Good to see that there are some close memebers that I can talk to.for helpDo it yourself... it's not that hard, and a whole lot cheaper.
I put the T-5 behind my 5.0 in a few days.... after many months of research and collecting of parts, of course.
BTW, I'm in Woodland, which is about 45 mi south of Winlock...
I dont want a 240. thats what everyone directs me to I want to drift what ive got. I am not that into non American cars.Given your goals, you're better off with a 240sx. Seems right up your ally.
Just saying. They're lighter, way cheaper for your intentions and everything you want(turbo, stick shift) actually fits. Even the basic (non-hatch)styling is similar to a MN12. Drifting is a non-American "sport" so why narrow your sights to only American cars?I dont want a 240. thats what everyone directs me to I want to drift what ive got. I am not that into non american cars