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This is great stuf man. Good job!
1.Is there a supercharger made for the Lambda motor?
2.Can an alipine or SNiper fit on the Lambda motor?
3. Can we use the stock ECU(tib) for the lambda or do we have to change whole harness and use the Lambda ECU too?
As far as I know, there are no bolt-on supercharger or turbo kits for the Lambda in the US. Kpec might have some over there, though. The engine is just so new, nothing has been developed. Can you say custom turbo set up though?
If you are going for pre-tested waters then use the Sigma for a swap. It is mostly drop in.
The Lambda would be interesting to see though. I posted it as a viable swap simply because of it's size and the tranny configurations the new Sonatas and Santa Fe's have. It SHOULD fit, but I don't know any technicalities.
This the things i am looking at
"Kia Optima- the 2006 and better are called the 2.7 Mu, which puts out an extra 15 horsepower for the same displacement" This is the same G6BA engine like our tib's but the Optima's Mu Engine Code is G6A5. These v6 has cvvt (Continuous variable valve timing) like BMW's Valvetronic can alter timing and lift continuously, which is called Continuous variable valve timing or CVVT.
according to alot info gather from the matrix.
now i was thinking if i keep the same lower block but switch the heads and computer with cvvt
would this Frankenstein up able to work ?
the sedan to my knowledge is automatic and tiptronic. the genesis coupe is optional with a standard 5 speed and 6 speed for the V6.
i like the engine compatibility thread, but i would really love to drop in a 350 LT or LS2 engine into the tib. or a 2jz engine. i have a V6 2005 tib. i think i'd be sick to drop in a V8 crate motor into the tib.
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