Gran Turismo 7 Engine Swap Compatibility

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Where can you suggest engine swaps? I have a really bold idea...

How about the Silvia S15 Touring Car engine (SR20DET-Silvia-TC) for the Honda S2000? It's an inline 4 engine that makes decent enough power.
Another engine that I can see working is the RB26 from the R34 Skyline, as it supports a very high RPM turbo, giving it an insane amount of power.
 
Where can you suggest engine swaps? I have a really bold idea...

How about the Silvia S15 Touring Car engine (SR20DET-Silvia-TC) for the Honda S2000? It's an inline 4 engine that makes decent enough power.
Another engine that I can see working is the RB26 from the R34 Skyline, as it supports a very high RPM turbo, giving it an insane amount of power.
Erm, we don't suggest them... They get dreamt up by PD and implemented whenever and however they feel 🤷🫠
 
Engine swaps do not make any visible changes to the cars you put them on - the only exceptions is that the racing engines come with the racing exhaust automatically applied, so the visual changes of that will obviously apply to the car, but they are the racing exhaust that comes with the car you're swapping in to.
 
Famine, would be really nice if you put the swap prices on the first post, I believe it will be very helpful to a lot of members.
I have this info - give me an hour to get the kids to school


VehicleCarSwapEngineTOTAL
Abarth 595 SS '70£48,900K20C1-Civic£127,500£176,400
Alfa Romeo 4C '14£89,100F136F-458£241,500£330,600
Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.3 Road Car£450,000Suzuki V8 VGT£325,000£775,000
Alpine A110 Premiere Edition '17£80,000VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£273,500
Amuse Nismo 380RS Superleggera£100,000LS7-Rampage£250,000£350,000
Amuse S2000 GT1£250,000HR-414E-NSX£500,000£750,000
Audi TTS Coupe '14£76,800BYH-R8£183,350£260,150
BMW 3.0 CSL '73£206,500P65B44-Z4£325,000£531,500
BMW M3 '03£84,000P65B44-Z4£325,000£409,000
BMW M3 '89£89,000Suzuki V8 VGT£325,000£414,000
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 ’69£105,000LT4-Camaro£139,750£244,750
Chevrolet Corvette C3 Convertible '69£59,200LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£226,200
Chevrolet Corvette C3 Stingray ‘69£47,300LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£214,300
Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR-1 ’89£89,000LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£256,000
Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 '09£120,0008.0-WR16-64v4T-Chiron£1,600,000£1,720,000
Chevrolet Corvette C7 Gr.3 Road Car£300,000LS7-Rampage£250,000£550,000
De Tomaso Pantera '71£177,300Coyote-5.0L-Mustang£122,155£299,455
DeLorean DMC-12 S2 '04£525,000LS7-Rampage£250,000£775,000
Dodge Challenger R/T '70£306,000Hellcat-Charger£138,400£444,400
Dodge Charger R/T 426 Hemi '68£158,000Demon-Challenger£200,000£358,000
Dodge Viper GTS '13£140,0008.0-WR16-64v4T-Chiron£1,600,000£1,740,000
Ferrari F40 ‘92£3,300,000F140B-Enzo£1,350,000£4,650,000
Ford F-150 SVT Raptor '11£55,000Windsor-351-Maverick£250,000£305,000
Ford Focus RS '18£41,000V8-Ford-GT-LM-Test£700,000£741,000
Ford Mustang Boss 429£323,000Voodoo-5.2L-GT350R£137,000£460,000
Ford Mustang Gr.3 Road Car£300,000Windsor-351-Maverick£250,000£550,000
Ford Mustang Mach 1 '71£44,200Coyote-5.0L-Mustang£122,155£166,355
Ford Roadster '32£400,000Voodoo-5.2L-GT350R£137,000£537,000
Ford Shelby GT350R ’16£75,000Windsor-351-Maverick£250,000£325,000
Garage RCR Civic£300,000HR-414E-NSX£500,000£800,000
GReddy Fugu Z£300,000LZ20B-Skyline£675,000£975,000
Honda Beat ‘91£15,000K20C1-Civic£127,500£142,500
Honda Civic (EK) Type R '98£53,500K20C1-Civic£127,500£181,000
Honda Integra (DC2) Type R '98£62,500K20C1-Civic£127,500£190,000
Honda NSX Type R '02£500,000HR-414E-NSX£500,000£1,000,000
Honda NSX Type R '92£398,000HR-414E-NSX£500,000£898,000
Honda S660 '15£19,800Honda SE75E-2&4£600,000£619,800
Honda S800 '66£44,800Honda SE75E-2&4£600,000£644,800
Jaguar XJ220 '92£615,000V12-XJR-9£1,600,000£2,215,000
Jeep Willys ‘45£30,100Hellcat-Charger£138,400£168,500
Lamborghini Countach 25th Anno '88£713,300L539-Aventador-SV£350,000£1,063,300
Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 '15£297,0008.0-WR16-64v4T-Chiron£1,600,000£1,897,000
Lancia Delta HF Integrale '91£100,300VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£293,800
Lexus RC F '14£95,3008.0-WR16-64v4T-Chiron£1,600,000£1,695,300
Mazda 3 '19£37,000R26B-787B£1,750,000£1,787,000
Mazda Atenza Gr.3 Road Car£300,000R26B-787B£1,750,000£2,050,000
Mazda Eunos Roadster NA '89£28,40013B-REW-RX-7£225,000£253,400
Mazda Roadster (ND) S '15£24,950LT1-Corvette£125,500£150,450
Mazda RX-7 (FC) GT-X '90£56,500R26B-787B£1,750,000£1,806,500
Mazda RX-7 (FD) Spirit R '02£250,000R26B-787B£1,750,000£2,000,000
Mazda RX-8 Spirit R '12£32,500R26B-787B£1,750,000£1,782,500
Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II '91£300,000M159-AMG-GT3-'20£340,000£640,000
Mini Cooper S '65£39,900K20C1-Civic£127,500£167,400
Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '91£48,900H25A-Escudo£950,000£998,900
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Final Ed. '15£60,000H25A-Escudo£950,000£1,010,000
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Final Ed. Gr. B£300,000VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£493,500
NISMO 400R '96£1,800,000VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£1,993,500
Nissan 180SX Type X '96£53,500VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£247,000
Nissan Fairlady 240ZG '71£106,400LS7-Rampage£250,000£356,400
Nissan Fairlady Z (Z34) '08£43,750VK45DE-GT-R£600,000£643,750
Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX£52,900VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£246,400
Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) '07£36,300RB26DETT-GT-R-R34£325,000£361,300
Nissan Fairlady Z432 '69£190,000SR20DET-Silvia-S15£134,000£324,000
Nissan GT-R '17£94,770LS7 BRZ£300,000£394,770
Nissan GT-R NISMO '17£187,0008.0-WR16-64v4T-Chiron£1,600,000£1,787,000
Nissan Silvia S13 Ks '90£47,000SR20DET-Silvia-S15£134,000£181,000
Nissan Silvia S13 Qs '88£32,700LS7 BRZ£300,000£332,700
Nissan Silvia S14 K’s Aero '96£60,000LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£227,000
Nissan Silvia S14 K’s Type S '94£60,000LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£227,000
Nissan Silvia S15 Spec R '02£68,0002JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£278,000
Nissan Silvia S15 Touring Car£350,000VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£543,500
Nissan Skyline KPGC10 '70£170,000LZ20B-Skyline£675,000£845,000
Nissan Skyline KPGC110 '73£542,000LZ20B-Skyline£675,000£1,217,000
Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R NISMO '90£400,000VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£593,500
Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R V-Spec II '94£176,000VRH35Z-R92CP£1,100,000£1,276,000
Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R V-Spec '97£158,700VRH35Z-R92CP£1,100,000£1,258,700
Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R V-Spec II Nur '02£450,000VRH35Z-R92CP£1,100,000£1,550,000
Nissan Z Performance '23£69,660VR38DETT-GT-R-Nismo£193,500£263,160
Plymouth Superbird '70£510,000Hellcat-Charger£138,400£648,400
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am '78£96,200LS9-Corvette3£160,000£256,200
Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera '56£615,000959.50-959£975,000£1,590,000
Porsche 911 (901) Carrera RS '73£745,000959.50-959£975,000£1,720,000
Porsche 911 (930) Turbo '81£215,500M97/80-911£325,000£540,500
Porsche 911 (991) GT3 RS '16£253,000M97/80-911£325,000£578,000
Porsche 911 (993) Carrera RS '95£226,000CTR38-CTR3£550,000£776,000
Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) '92£221,000959.50-959£975,000£1,196,000
Porsche 911 GT3 (997) '09£160,000M97/80-911£325,000£485,000
Porsche Cayman GT4 '16£130,000Windsor-351-Maverick£250,000£380,000
RE Amemiya FD3S£100,000LS7-Rampage£250,000£350,000
Shelby GT350 ’65£501,000Voodoo-5.2L-GT350R£137,000£638,000
Subaru BRZ Drift Car£400,000HR-414E-NSX£500,000£900,000
Subaru BRZ S '15£30,000Suzuki V8 VGT£325,000£355,000
Subaru BRZ S '21£32,6702JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£242,670
Subaru BRZ STI Sport '18£36,000LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£203,000
Subaru WRX Gr.B Road Car£300,000CTR38-CTR3£550,000£850,000
Suzuki Cappuccino '91£20,00013B-REW-RX-7£225,000£245,000
Suzuki Jimmy ‘18£18,000K14C-Swift£109,180£127,180
Toyota 86 GT "Limited" '16£31,840LT5-Corvette-C7£167,000£198,840
Toyota Alphard Executive Lounge '18£75,0001LR-GUE-LFA£850,000£925,000
Toyota Corolla Levin 1600GT Apex (AE86) ‘83£47,4003S-GTE-MR2£135,000£182,400
Toyota Crown Athlete G£57,5003UZ-FE-SC430£210,000£267,500
Toyota GR Corolla MORIZO Edition£71,5002JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£281,500
Toyota GR Supra '19£70,0002JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£280,000
Toyota GR Supra '20£73,0001LR-GUE-LFA£850,000£923,000
Toyota GR Yaris '20£45,6002JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£255,600
Toyota GR86 RZ '21£33,5002JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£243,500
Toyota MR2 GT-S '97£51,500BYH-R8£183,350£234,850
Toyota Sprinter Trueno 1600GT APEX (AE86)£48,2003S-GTE-MR2£135,000£183,200
Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A£110,0002JZ-GTE-Supra£210,000£320,000
Toyota Supra RZ '97£191,900M158-AMG-Huayra£775,000£966,900
Toyota Tundra TRD Pro '19£62,0003UZ-FE-SC430£210,000£272,000
TVR Tuscan Speed Six '00£72,000LT4-Camaro£139,750£211,750
Volkswagen 1200 '66£32,700M64/03-911£226,500£259,200
Volkswagen Golf I GTI '83£48,300R5-20vT-Quattro-Pikes£1,050,000£1,098,300
Volkswagen Sambabus '62£61,200M64/03-911£226,500£287,700
£24,003,240TOTAL£55,262,710£79,265,950

Car prices are accurate to when I bought them. Updated for 1.43
 
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Hey @jonoholland29 , thanks a lot for the full list here, you’re a real chap

Just an observation if perhaps the list is used somewhere else and to be sure to understand it well
To indicate for new players the distinction ( as in a guide sense)
That engine is for engine indicative value in garage part list
Cost is for the GTauto « quoted » value for installement without owning the engine

And a final note* that the car value is subject to change for legendary car dealership
Then it is good to go as a full guide
 
Hey @jonoholland29 , thanks a lot for the full list here, you’re a real chap

Just an observation if perhaps the list is used somewhere else and to be sure to understand it well
To indicate for new players the distinction ( as in a guide sense)
That engine is for engine indicative value in garage part list
Cost is for the GTauto « quoted » value for installement without owning the engine

And a final note* that the car value is subject to change for legendary car dealership
Then it is good to go as a full guide
The list is only used by me. I’m happy for @Famine to do what he wishes with it.

I’m working on prize fund list now
 
Engine swaps do not make any visible changes to the cars you put them on - the only exceptions is that the racing engines come with the racing exhaust automatically applied, so the visual changes of that will obviously apply to the car, but they are the racing exhaust that comes with the car you're swapping in to.
Yeah noticed it with the K20 '70 Abarth. Felt PD could at least do visual swaps for the more expensive cars. Pretty sure PD would have photographed every engine from cars they scanned. I Guess manufacturers said no to visually replacing an engine from another manufacturer.
 
Yeah noticed it with the K20 '70 Abarth. Felt PD could at least do visual swaps for the more expensive cars. Pretty sure PD would have photographed every engine from cars they scanned. I Guess manufacturers said no to visually replacing an engine from another manufacturer.
It's also a lot harder than you'd think. To achieve this properly they would need to model every engine-swappable car with a visible engine without the engine in it as well as modelling every swappable engine outside of the car. This is not overly feasible, and likely not worth the time investment.

For example, imagine asking if someone can just whip the engine out of a Chiron for you to take some quick reference snaps? ;)
 
Random question and probably not the right thread. But now that we can engine swap the honda nsx what model is best to use to recreate the ‘00 castrol mugen gt500? Would it be the ‘92 or ‘02 model? Or does it even matter?
 
Hey @jonoholland29 , thanks a lot for the full list here, you’re a real chap

Just an observation if perhaps the list is used somewhere else and to be sure to understand it well
To indicate for new players the distinction ( as in a guide sense)
That engine is for engine indicative value in garage part list
Cost is for the GTauto « quoted » value for installement without owning the engine

And a final note* that the car value is subject to change for legendary car dealership
Then it is good to go as a full guide
I thought from his list, car (purchase price) + engine (GT Auto price) = cost (total of car plus GT Auto install).
 
For my 2JZ-swapped GR Yaris, I will say that I won the engine rather than buying it, but man, I think this is definitely the best swap in the game. As far as I'm concerned, it can be used for numerous PP limits, and its AWD is always welcome for dirt/snow events - especially with a torque controller. Plus, it seems relatively affordable at 210k credits.

It's not like we can even use tuned cars in Sport Mode events 99.999% of the time anyway, let alone one with an engine swap. I find it far better to just rent cars whenever you can, anyway. But if I had to pick one engine swap that's worth spending credits on, it's the GR Yaris with the 2JZ. Plus, not only do you get a free GR Yaris in one of the "base" menus, but if you wanted a spare, the car itself is also relatively affordable. (Now, if we could put the GR Yaris or GR Corolla engine into the Sprinter Trueno, that'd be amazing.)

As far as any other engine swap goes, I'm perfectly fine just winning them by chance, as I recently did with my second Rampage Camaro engine. Planning to swap that into a spare 240ZG that I had in Grand Prix Red, as I put my first one into an Amuse 380RS.
 
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For my 2JZ-swapped GR Yaris, I will say that I won the engine rather than buying it, but man, I think this is definitely the best swap in the game. As far as I'm concerned, it can be used for numerous PP limits, and its AWD is always welcome for dirt/snow events - especially with a torque controller. Plus, it seems relatively affordable at 210k credits.

It's not like we can even use tuned cars in Sport Mode events 99.999% of the time anyway, let alone one with an engine swap. I find it far better to just rent cars whenever you can, anyway. But if I had to pick one engine swap that's worth spending credits on, it's the GR Yaris with the 2JZ. Plus, not only do you get a free GR Yaris in one of the "base" menus, but if you wanted a spare, the car itself is also relatively affordable. (Now, if we could put the GR Yaris or GR Corolla engine into the Sprinter Trueno, that'd be amazing.)

As far as any other engine swap goes, I'm perfectly fine just winning them by chance, as I recently did with my second Rampage Camaro engine. Planning to swap that into a spare 240ZG that I had in Grand Prix Red, as I put my first one into an Amuse 380RS.

My only gripe with the Yaris is that it doesn't have enough front downforce with all the aero parts. If it had as much front downforce as the GR Corolla, it would've been perfect.
 
Where can you suggest engine swaps? I have a really bold idea...

How about the Silvia S15 Touring Car engine (SR20DET-Silvia-TC) for the Honda S2000? It's an inline 4 engine that makes decent enough power.
Another engine that I can see working is the RB26 from the R34 Skyline, as it supports a very high RPM turbo, giving it an insane amount of power.
There was a thread here.
 
1.43 engine swaps:
  • 2017 Nissan GT-R (the base, not the NISMO) gets the LS7-BRZ (2017 Subaru BRZ Drift Car) engine
  • 2018 Suzuki Jimny XC gets the K14C-Swift (2017 Suzuki Swift Sport) engine which is a new engine to be swapped
  • 2022 Toyota GR Corolla MORIZO Edition gets the 2JZ-GTE-Supra (1997 Toyota Supra RZ) engine
  • 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A also gets the 2JZ-GTE-Supra (1997 Toyota Supra RZ) engine
  • 1983 Toyota Sprinter Trueno 1600GT APEX (AE86) gets the 3S-GTE-MR2 (1997 Toyota MR2 GT-S) engine
Edit - The patch notes repeated the MR2-to-Corolla AE86 swap from last month. I double-checked the suggestion that it is the Sprinter now also getting that engine, and indeed it does. Thanks for the catch @Zenwarrior and @05XR8.
 
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1.43 engine swaps:
  • 2017 Nissan GT-R (the base, not the NISMO) gets the LS7-BRZ (2017 Subaru BRZ Drift Car) engine
  • 2018 Suzuki Jimny XC gets the K14C-Swift (2017 Suzuki Swift Sport) engine which is a new engine to be swapped
  • 2022 Toyota GR Corolla MORIZO Edition gets the 2JZ-GTE-Supra (1997 Toyota Supra RZ) engine
  • 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A also gets the 2JZ-GTE-Supra (1997 Toyota Supra RZ) engine
  • 1983 Toyota Corolla Levin 1600GT APEX (AE86) gets the 3S-GTE-MR2 (1997 Toyota MR2 GT-S) engine
isn't Corolla Levin is last update swap? So this update just have 4 new swaps? or is it a typo?
 
1.43 engine swaps:
  • 2017 Nissan GT-R (the base, not the NISMO) gets the LS7-BRZ (2017 Subaru BRZ Drift Car) engine
  • 2018 Suzuki Jimny XC gets the K14C-Swift (2017 Suzuki Swift Sport) engine which is a new engine to be swapped
  • 2022 Toyota GR Corolla MORIZO Edition gets the 2JZ-GTE-Supra (1997 Toyota Supra RZ) engine
  • 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A also gets the 2JZ-GTE-Supra (1997 Toyota Supra RZ) engine
  • 1983 Toyota Sprinter Trueno 1600GT APEX (AE86) gets the 3S-GTE-MR2 (1997 Toyota MR2 GT-S) engine
Edit - The patch notes repeated the MR2-to-Corolla AE86 swap from last month. I double-checked the suggestion that it is the Sprinter now also getting that engine, and indeed it does. Thanks for the catch @Zenwarrior and @05XR8.
The 2JZ in the A70 Supra will probably make me start playing GT again, been waiting for this!
 
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