Then you would have though right. The Mx6 and 626 4door (which weights only 50 or 60 lbs more the the mx6) are both lighter then the probe. The probe is more aerodynamic though.i cant believe mx 6 s weigh more than probes i always thought it was the other way around
I ran nitrous on it 75 shot never had any problems. i feels slower than when the engine was in my 96. the motor was swapped out with a 94 engine before i bought the car.I would do a compression test on it just to see what sort of health the motor is in.....you can never tell with junkyard motors.
If someone has been running nitrous on it...there could be a few problems....nitrous is notorious for contributing to an early death for alot of motors.
an FE3 for sure, but the f2t is too jerky for how smooth the 2gens drive...not to say it wouldn't be an interesting swap, but I think this is a better fit, but an fe3 in a 2gen would be as good or better of a fit...Is it slow all the way through the power band? or are you just missing the low end torque of the F2T.
The mount style he used is identical to the MX3. This is FAR superior than the crap PGT/MX6 mount.As do ours, just the other (intermediate shaft) side.
I'm not saying you will have a problem, just stating it is not the standard mount point. If you have the rear inner mount (I don't remember on the 1g F2/F2T), the combination of both will probably be better assuming you haven't extremely stressed either to get them to line up without modification.