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Old 09-15-2009, 05:28 PM   #1
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Default SVT Focus engine aftermarket support??

Are there any bellhousings for something like a ttc T-5 to fit an SVT Focus engine?

I'm pondering building a Locost, so I am wondering what is out there as far as small 4cyl engines with good power:weight and aftermarket support.

a 2.3 with a turbo doesn't sound uninteresting, but I also like naturally aspirated power and the SVT Focii were always pretty quick on the road course.

so what is out there for as far as performance stuff for either the regular focus zetec or the svt engine?
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I think he is looking to put a svtf powerplant in one of these

Building a locost lotus 7 replica in the USA
am I correct?

hell find a busa powerplant

hmmmm
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I think he is looking to put a svtf powerplant in one of these

Building a locost lotus 7 replica in the USA
am I correct?

hell find a busa powerplant

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LocostUSA.com • View topic - ZETEC T5 HOW-TO/FAQ
Well then that changes everything

They use Zetec motors for those over in Europe, there is TONS of stuff available for them.

I am an idiot lol I thought he meant "low cost"
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if your looking for a motor i may have a 03 with 60,000 on it
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Yes I was looking for something to put in a Lotus Super 7 homebuilt.
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what is the track width on the front of a focus svt?

how many splines are on the outer cv stub? what size is it?

maybe i'll get lucky and a rear cobra/mn12 hub will fit.

i'll out atom the ariel atom...
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