What cars have the 420A

Posted by ijcq350, Oct 6, 2007
420A Bolt-on Tech - Intake, exhaust, ignition, fuel system, cooling, etc - specific to 2G N/T DSMs. New Members must limit their 420A tech posts to this forum.

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  1. ijcq350

    ijcq350 Probationary Member

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    I am going to a junkyard to pull another motor for my GS and i was wondering what other cars besides the eclipse carried my same motor? so i have a larger selection while im at the junkyard. BTW its a 1996 Eclipse 5 speed.
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    Dodge Neons
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  3. Locke

    Locke N/T DSM Wiseman

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    You can use the short block from a Neon, or the long block from an Avenger or Sebring.
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    White bEAR laKE, Minnesota
    drop in a 6 bolt :)
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  5. VelocitàPaola

    VelocitàPaola DSM N/T Moderator

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    This question has been answered numerous times before...
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    92awddsm DSM Wiseman

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    If you are replacing the pistons, you can use any neon shortblock. The valve reliefs are reversed from that of a dsm.
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  7. VelocitàPaola

    VelocitàPaola DSM N/T Moderator

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    They're symmetric, you could reuse the pistons if you wanted to. SOHC blocks had a different compression ratio, though.
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