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Posted by greddy_1700, Jun 25, 2009
Newbie Forum - Beginner/newbie/general DSM modification questions. First mods, how to run 10's when you haven't run 12's yet, any tech question that doesn't fit in another tech forum.
When you do convert it you will have too rearrange you plug wires at the coil. You switch them like this stock 1432 --- 2341..
The 1995-1996 motors do have a crank angle sensor which will be in the same place as your old motor.There will be a 3 prong grey triangular plug coming out where the cam sensor plug does or it's right by the ac plug in.I have done and it's easy.I put a 98 motor in 95 talon so it's the same.
If you look at the left side of the '95 motor on the back side of the valve cover, you'll see a cap where the 97-99 sensors would be. This cap can be removed and replaced with the CAS off of the '97 motor. All you have to do is buy a valve cover gasket set and have the proper hand tools and torque wrench. Remove your valve cover. Remove the top of your timing cover. Rotate your engine to top dead center by lining the cam gear notches up. Remove the cam bearing cap at the left end of the rear cam located on top attached by two bolts. Once the cam bearing cap is removed, the cap on the side of the valve cover where the CAS will be located can be removed. At the end of the cam, you can see a notch just like the 97-99 engines have. Install the CAS and repeat the procedure backwards. Make sure you torque the cam bearing cap to spec and you should lube it up also.
I've read in a few posts that this makes the car run like it normally would and people posted that the car felt smoother and in most cases more powerful. I'm currently going to run a 1g CAS on a '95 motor dropped into my '99 spyder. Since the signals on a 1g CAS and 97-99 CAS aren't inverted like the 95-96 sensors, my swap is working the same way as what yours would. Good luck.
Thankyou for the info guys