+1 hereitr0754 said:Take it from an ex-ITR owner, stick with a high-displacement engine like the one from the factory. My old 2001 ITR put out 208whp and ran high 12's all day long but it was a poor torque-less beast. The Ody is a very heavy car in comparison to the purpose-built lightweight ITR. Unless you want to drive your Ody at 7500RPM all day long, stay away from the ITR engine.
V6 into that chassis would require some fabrication knowledge as it is not very close to direct drop in at all.no replacement for displacement! the same reason why people always bore out there cylinders... Just slap in a V6! =) Or a V8 if you can afford it! lol
Yes 3 years later lol, better than 5Really? Three years later?