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172 in a 9n?

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06-30-2014 08:41:27

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Has anyone ever tried putting a 172 motor from an 800 series in a 9n? I"ve got a 9n with a bad motor and saw a 172 local for sale and thought it would be neat. Just wondering get if anyone"s tried or done this before?

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06-30-2014 09:47:18

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 Re: 172 in a 9n? in reply to Cabbage, 06-30-2014 08:41:27  
With enough money and/or time, most things are possible.

This swap, however, is not practical.


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Lanexa Speedway

06-30-2014 12:07:59

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 Re: 172 in a 9n? in reply to Dean, 06-30-2014 09:47:18  
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And a 45hp engine with a 20-ish hp rear axle ain't gonna fly if you're doing some real grunt work.

But like Dean said, with enough time and money, anything's possible.

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06-30-2014 13:55:11

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 Re: 172 in a 9n? in reply to Lanexa Speedway, 06-30-2014 12:07:59  
Somebody should have told those Funk People.

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06-30-2014 15:49:29

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 Re: 172 in a 9n? in reply to RBnSC, 06-30-2014 13:55:11  
Haha ya I think if it'll handle 100hp flathead v8 it'll manage the little increase to the 172. I just wondered how far apart the bellhousing and front support bolts are. Obviously it's not practical engine swaps rarely are. It'd be more of a conversation piece.

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