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Old 10-30-2008, 08:08 PM
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I AM SWAPING THE MOTO ON MY CAR, BUT THE MOTOR COMES WITH AN ALL WHEEL DRIVE TRANNY FROM A B13 NISSAN GTRI, DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT TO DO TO MAKE MY B14 INTO A ALL WHEEL DRIVE

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Cut the entire rear half and tunnel out of the car .... easiest way would be to use 240SX rear half , and weld it in ....or get the GTI-R stuff .... or just sell it and buy a Subaru !!

You can use the FWD trans on that engine ... AWD conversion would be major work and $$ ... Not really worth it unless you plan on doing it right !!

I have actually been thinking of doing the same thing to my Sentra SE ... But going with a full tube rear half and running a 9" ford rear with a 4 link setup .... Kinda like the NASCAR cars do it .....

But then again ... you can buy an '04 STI for less $$ than that cost !!
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ive heard that in some countries that the b14 sunny was offered as an awd so i would imagine that all the parts off of those bolt up to the 2wd with little modification. i dont think nissan would build the awd off of a completely different platform. every place i look says that it cant be done but i dont understand why not if nissan did it
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JGY Customs has a thread on their forum of a guy in Florida who has a B13 AWD, he used the GTi-R rear components and got them all to bolt into place. Last I checked he just needed to weld everything for the final touches.
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