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Old 01-30-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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The tiburon 2.7 v6 is also a 6g7x derived motor. I tossed around the idea of putting it's close ratio 6sp trans on the shadow for an autocross setup, but don't have the spare time or $$$
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The tiburon 2.7 v6 is also a 6g7x derived motor. I tossed around the idea of putting it's close ratio 6sp trans on the shadow for an autocross setup, but don't have the spare time or $$$
you talking about the sludge problem motor chrysler produced?
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nope, hyundai tiburon FWD 2.7 v6.



Does the block / head bolt pattern look familiar? :)
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nope, hyundai tiburon FWD 2.7 v6.



Does the block / head bolt pattern look familiar? :)
LOL!!! yep!! it sure does!!! I wonder just what kind of power it puts to the ground?!
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LOL!!! yep!! it sure does!!! I wonder just what kind of power it puts to the ground?!
not much. about 170 hp IIRC
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I don't think the heads would work either, It looks like its a cam chain drive vs a cam belt. I was more interested in the 6-sp manual trans for an autocross setup. shorter gear ratios than the A543.

Tiburon 6-sp vs A543
1 - 3.153____1 - 3.31
2 - 1.944____2 - 2.06
3 - 1.333____3 - 1.36
4 - 1.055____4 - 0.97
5 - 0.857____5 - 0.71
6 - 0.704____Final - 3.77
R - 3.002
Final - 4.428

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6-sp___vs___A543
1 - 37______1 - 42
2 - 61______2 - 67
3 - 88______3 - 102
4 - 112_____4 - 143
5 - 137_____5 - 195
6 - 167
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I don't think the heads would work either, It looks like its a cam chain drive vs a cam belt. I was more interested in the 6-sp manual trans for an autocross setup. shorter gear ratios than the A543.

Tiburon 6-sp vs A543
1 - 3.153____1 - 3.31
2 - 1.944____2 - 2.06
3 - 1.333____3 - 1.36
4 - 1.055____4 - 0.97
5 - 0.857____5 - 0.71
6 - 0.704____Final - 3.77
R - 3.002
Final - 4.428

Top Speeds
6-sp___vs___A543
1 - 37______1 - 42
2 - 61______2 - 67
3 - 88______3 - 102
4 - 112_____4 - 143
5 - 137_____5 - 195
6 - 167
Most forget the Delta V6 (Hyundai 2.7 DOHC) is 6gxx based. Yeah the Tiby 2.7 v6 was weaksauce in stock form (although fun to rev); I remember beating one in a 2.7 Sebring auto (Tiburon was the 6 speed) however the transmission it is mated to is pretty stout, I believe it is the same transmission (albeit different bell housing) as the SE-R V-Spec Sentras. I never thought about the fact it could possibly work with our cars, is this a custom axle stub, figure out hydraulic clutch system (use Tiburon master and slave?), custom pedal, figure out mounts away from working in our cars? I would bet one could figure out how to mount the 6 speed shifter and run cables fairly easy? Holy 6 speed Lebaron thoughts (just "6 speed" and "Lebaron" in the same sentence would leave your average bloke scratching their heads).. Enlighten us.
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I'd be all over it if the final drive was higher! I need over 200mph! Oh...what rpms were those gearing to speed conversions using?
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back in high school my friend had and 04 and 05 tiburon gt v6. we beat the living piss out of them both. he got them new, and before he traded them both in for a new truck, we had 65k on his blue one and about 80k on his red special edition. the motors are tough as shit to withhold the beating we threw at them.

enough of a beating where a set of front tires only lasted 2k miles, at most.
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I'd be all over it if the final drive was higher! I need over 200mph! Oh...what rpms were those gearing to speed conversions using?
due to the gearing, the tibby won't give you the top speed you're looking for. I brought it up as more of an autocross gearbox compared with the taller 3.77 A543.

Speed calculations were run using a 24.33" tire size (215x55R15) and at a max rpm of 7200 which is my current rev limit in MS.

The only way to get to 200+ MPH is a pre-92 3.5 FD A543 and even that is pushing it. 7200rpms only gets you to 207mph. you would probably need larger diameter tires or something to up the speed further than that.
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The only way to get to 200+ MPH is a pre-92 3.5 FD A543 and even that is pushing it. 7200rpms only gets you to 207mph. you would probably need larger diameter tires or something to up the speed further than that.
Well, it wouldnt be THAT exorbitant to get a straight cut 5th gear with the ratio you wanted to give you a little more headroom. You could swap them out on the car since they are just under the side cover on the trans. Noise would be a ...secondary concern at 150+.
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Well, it wouldnt be THAT exorbitant to get a straight cut 5th gear with the ratio you wanted to give you a little more headroom. You could swap them out on the car since they are just under the side cover on the trans. Noise would be a ...secondary concern at 150+.
you might be surprised. only the gear on the secondary shaft comes off. the input shaft is a single machined piece of metal with the gears cut into it.
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the close ratio trans would defiantly transform the car for auto cross, i have a close ratio trans in my mk2 gti autocross car and it makes the come alive. i would try it for shure
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