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Old 01-04-2006, 19:39   #1 (permalink)
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BA Turbo 6 into '70 XW ute

Gday everybody,
Just wondering if anyone has converted an XR-XY Falcon yet with a turbo 6 from a BA? I've already done running gear from a wreck BA which fitted fine and i have the engine and box quoted from the wreckers, but i just want to know how difficult of a job it will be? I know the anciliaires will be hard (ECU, looms etc) but if it is possible i will do it. Can anyone help me out with any information they know on this type of conversion. I know about fly-by-wire aswell and have been told i can escape that by using an XF throttle body. Thanks guys, hopefully bid june-july i should be fryin tyres. By the way if anyone wants a mild 302 (straight gas from gas research, cam, manifold, extractors, 2" exhaust) let me know thanks guys
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Gday everybody,
Just wondering if anyone has converted an XR-XY Falcon yet with a turbo 6 from a BA? I've already done running gear from a wreck BA which fitted fine and i have the engine and box quoted from the wreckers, but i just want to know how difficult of a job it will be? I know the anciliaires will be hard (ECU, looms etc) but if it is possible i will do it. Can anyone help me out with any information they know on this type of conversion. I know about fly-by-wire aswell and have been told i can escape that by using an XF throttle body. Thanks guys, hopefully bid june-july i should be fryin tyres. By the way if anyone wants a mild 302 (straight gas from gas research, cam, manifold, extractors, 2" exhaust) let me know thanks guys
It would be a highly uncommon project i think.
good luck finding info.
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Re: BA Turbo 6 into '70 XW ute

man thats what i want to do. i dont think it would be that hard to complete. just a question how much have u been quoted for the engine and box? are you going to use the auto or man?
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i have been quoted 6 and a half grand that with the 5 spd manual out of a wreck 2002 BA XR6T. That comes with all anciliaries and then i jus gotta work out where all the freakin wiring has to go to!
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you can pick up full XR6T wrecks form the auctions for that much. That way you will know where everything comes from..
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