Curious jdm...why so much promotion of pt.com in every post?jdmxsix said:http://www.probetalk.com/ubb/Forum5/HTML/000859.html
there are many more topics on http://www.probetalk.com that is just one of tons. do a search on the 2.0l mx6 forum and search engine swap or jspec engine.
this should help you out man, later
I agree. All the engine wiring is different, the PCM is different, half-shafts, springs, etc etc.ShyVietGuy said:Hey dude, from my experience, it wouldn't be a good way to go. First, you would need the whole engine, not just the block and head. You need EVERYTHING from a V6 engine. Then you need to convert your guages, electrical stuff, and maybe suspension. With the money you're looking at spending to get a V6, it would be cheaper to either do some simple engine work, and add a bunch of bolt-ons, or get a Turbo or Super Charger. Hope this helps.
he said it all. thank you, laterdj petey said:The reason he plugs pt.com so much is because that forum has been around alot longer than mx6.com and the knowledge base that the pt.com community has is a valuable resource to anyone that owns an mx6/626/probe. If you are looking for visual enhancement advice or appearance specific advice, stay here. If you are looking for technical and mechanical advice, do a search on pt.com first. I guarantee it has been discussed ten times over on probetalk. This will give you your answer alot faster than waiting for one here. The traffic is alot greater on probetalk so the chances of your question being answered is alot better there. If you would like to forward your new found knowledge to the mx6.com community, by all means, do so.
jdmxsix was merely pointing out the fact that a search on pt.com will give you the answer to very basic and common questions.
Personally, I recommend going through the pt.com FAQ, and Julian's website before posting anything. I think it should be mandatory for newbies to do so before joining. Then 'SEARCH' the pt.com site thoroughly before posting a question. I guarantee that you will have 90% of your questions answered going this route. The other 10% is fair game to be asked and will keep the topics fresh instead of hearing the same "what spark plugs are good?", or "what's better Greddy or Borla?, questions a thousand times.
I too started by asking questions, but after listening to my own advice, I now can give answers instead of asking for them.
Indeed I do have a Probe.jdmxsix said:i have not seen anything on here about the topic and i remember reading many post over there about the same thing. the probe and the mx6 are same engine and you can do the same thing to each, just thought i would hlep with a little reading that he might want to do. well just my thought i just PT has good reading about the cars and there is lots of stuff, Mike dont you have a probe? well, some people might not even know about PT so i thought i would help them out. later