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Old 21st January 2008, 04:11   #31
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i would LOve to see that Jeep.
is that Project done or not?
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Old 21st January 2008, 21:41   #32
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What are you goin to do with so much of POWER man ... ????? thats a crazy TRANSPLANT ... be careful during CORNERING n stuff ...

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Old 21st January 2008, 21:52   #33
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BRILLIANT! thats all i can say man. just wanted to ask you, did you fabricate a match plate to the engine to the 3-speed gearbox?
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Old 21st January 2008, 21:55   #34
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WoW!
The CJ3 has such a short wheelbase that it can topple on hard cornering at good speeds.
Do take care while driving this baby.
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Old 21st January 2008, 21:58   #35
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and while we're still in this thread, check out this jeep. its got dual rear wheels!!

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Trade-Me-Mo...-135470970.htm
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Old 21st January 2008, 22:47   #36
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This is one jeep that Mahindra guys will be proud of if they come to see this.
Something Different & Excellent than regular swaps.
only thing is you need to take care of it on turns buddy, but i would like to know one thing, how the Hell did you got a Mahindra Jeep in N.Z?
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Old 22nd January 2008, 02:17   #37
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Yep i had to fabracate a adaptor plate for the toyota bellhousing to the mahindra gearbox

they imported about 10-12 mahindra jeeps in the 1970's but now there are only like about 5-8 mahindra jeeps left the are regestared to be driven on the road. now you cant resisgter a mahindra jeep for the road if it isnt already regisered because of strict frontal impact (meaning nz says they are not safe so you can drive em on the road) but mine was already resigtered so i have no problems (*touchwood*)
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Nice work there, i like it.You made a VMax jeep.. ie., lots of power and zero handling!

Probably you'll be able to do a wheelie with that jeep if your stock GB or prop shaft doesn't break.
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Yep i had to fabracate a adaptor plate for the toyota bellhousing to the mahindra gearbox
Say Wha-ha-haat??

Presuming you're running AT LEAST 350 Nm of torque, how is the stock tranny holding up???

This, I have to see. A 3-speed 300 horsepower 4x4 with the naught to hundred acceleration potential of a 911. Jeezuz. Sooper.
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just one word for you. AWESOME
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Old 28th January 2008, 19:36   #41
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Yep i had to fabracate a adaptor plate for the toyota bellhousing to the mahindra gearbox

they imported about 10-12 mahindra jeeps in the 1970's but now there are only like about 5-8 mahindra jeeps left the are regestared to be driven on the road. now you cant resisgter a mahindra jeep for the road if it isnt already regisered because of strict frontal impact (meaning nz says they are not safe so you can drive em on the road) but mine was already resigtered so i have no problems (*touchwood*)
hello
wht final drive ru running now. do u think the gear box can take the engine torq.


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A W E S O M E !!! and jaw dropping effort. How does she handle so much power !!!
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Terrific work nahal, you've done us all proud. BTW, is it legal to do this transplant in NZ ? what are the laws there regarding engine transplants ?
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I can't find words for this.
Must be fun blowing those "sports-sedans" at traffic lights - with all but 3 gears!
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hello
wht final drive ru running now. do u think the gear box can take the engine torq.
5.38:1 diff

yeah i think the gearbox can handle it but i am looking at a 5speed gearbox 4x4
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