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Old 05-17-2005, 09:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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As the thread says, this would be a wicked project. As you know the Suzuki RS/R is only 564cc similar to that of the small anemic bambina engine. Only diference is that the Alto keeps up with a lot of cars. It is a tiny engine, but then so is the car, which gives it a very big power to weight ratio.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not swaying away from the Ke55 coupe, just trying to line up the next project, and one thats never been done before. Imagine this little Bambina with fat feet, lowered, coilovers, 4wd and turbo. It sounds awsome.

Now question is: Can a front mounted transverse engine and 4wd running gear be turned around and fitted as rear mounted transverse? I am thinking the crownwheels would have top be swapped over to start with, I think? [attachmentid=284]

Before anyone jumps in here and says "anything is possible"... I know. But here's the thing, I can't be the only one thinking outside the square.

So... what needs to be lookedd at when contemplating reversing a 4wd setup?

Ciaran Whelan.
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