Gran Turismo 7 Engine Swap Compatibility

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I was so confused at first at the Honda engine swap...

...and as I read this thread, it's the RCR engine. 🤦‍♂️
What? The Sileighty gets a Honda Civic engine?! WT-actual-F? That's possibly the weirdest engine swap I've heard in a while!
https://www.speedhunters.com/2023/06/balancing-act-a-k24-dct-nissan-silvia-s13/

Again K24 swapped S13/14/15 are quite common these days, more common than any non nissan swap(likely only SR20 are more commonly swapped in the states). Honda K series in general are likely the most common non OEM engine to end up in other cars. Like there are K series in all of these cars that are not hondas.

MR2
MRS
911s
Boxter/Cayman
E30/E36
2002
Miatas
Rx7
Rx8

these are just "common" ones, truth be told name car and someone has swapped a K series into. The K series is arguably the most reliable 4 cylinder ever made when making big power either naturally aspirated or boosted.

The funny thing about GT7 is the K20C swap is the LEAST common K to swap. The K24 from the RCR civic is a much more common swap. These swap are not weird, they are actually quite common in tuner circles.

Some more examples of K swapped cars.











the reason why people will go this route especially on porsche is you can find K series for far less money than the flat six engine.
 
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https://www.speedhunters.com/2023/06/balancing-act-a-k24-dct-nissan-silvia-s13/

Again K24 swapped S13/14/15 are quite common these days, more common than any non nissan swap(likely only SR20 are more commonly swapped in the states). Honda K series in general are likely the most common non OEM engine to end up in other cars. Like there are K series in all of these cars that are not hondas.

MR2
MRS
911s
Boxter/Cayman
E30/E36
2002
Miatas
Rx7
Rx8

these are just "common" ones, truth be told name car and someone has swapped a K series into. The K series is arguably the most reliable 4 cylinder ever made when making big power either naturally aspirated or boosted.

The funny thing about GT7 is the K20C swap is the LEAST common K to swap. The K24 from the RCR civic is a much more common swap. These swap are not weird, they are actually quite common in tuner circles.

Some more examples of K swapped cars.











the reason why people will go this route especially on porsche is you can find K series for far less money than the flat six engine.

Wow! I'm actually dumbfounded by that!! I'll admit I'm out of the loop, but I'm stunned a FWD Honda engine is a viable candidate for a RWD Nissan swap. I would have thought the drive train would be a nightmare to match up.
 
Now I am more confused on how a 7Ltr motor can fit in the back half of the Gr.4 NSX?
(it is considered a "big block" engine, 18 inches from center of crank to the top and over 22 inches wide at the exhaust ports, that's not including any tranaxle or gearbox...)
 
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Now I am more confused on how a 7Ltr motor can fit in the back half of the Gr.4 NSX?
(it is considered a "big block" engine, 18 inches from center of crank to the top and over 22 inches wide at the exhaust ports, that's not including any tranaxle or gearbox...)
Dont forget these are the same devs that think they can swap a W16 into the front of a C6...
 
Now I am more confused on how a 7Ltr motor can fit in the back half of the Gr.4 NSX?
(it is considered a "big block" engine, 18 inches from center of crank to the top and over 22 inches wide at the exhaust ports, that's not including any tranaxle or gearbox...)
With all the ridiculous Chiron swaps available, this is definitely the least ridiculous one 😁
 
Going through my cars and swaps, I just came across a missing swap option which would be so very perferct: the Hayabusa engine for the Suzuki Cappuccino. I am not talking about the twin-Hayabusa twin turbo engine out of the Suzuki VGT race car car, rather than the regular N/A I4 Hayabusa out of the VGT road car. The Cappuccino's rev counter already goes up to 12,000 rpm. Its original engine however has its peak torque at very low revs and therefore feels like stretching chewing gum when trying to rev it out. The high-revving and compact Hayabusa engine therefore would be a perfect match with the Cappuccino. And its from the same manufacturer and all in the game already, PD just needs to make it available. PD? Pretty please??? 🫠
 
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Can PD engine swap for Toyota GT ONE RACECAR they probably can get the GR010 hybrid engine for Toyota GT ONE RACECAR
Toyota-GT-One-47537.jpg
 
What makes you think thats impossible?
I have no experience in real-life engine swaps, but out of curiosity I searched the internet for engine sizes. Here's what I found.

The C6 ZR-1 in Gran Turismo 7 has the LS9 engine, which has the dimensions:
Height: 28"
Length: 29.5"
Width: 24"

I found no exact dimensions of the W16 engine you can swap into it, but found guys who reverse-engineered the Bugatti W16 in CAD based on the known stats (bore, stroke etc.). They came out at approximately:
Height: 32"
Length: 40"
Width: 33,3"

Sounds like a bit of a squeeze.
 
Pondering swops on the new cars .
M3 is ripe for a swop .
Not to sure about the RUF
The Gallardo possibly but not sure what , v12 perhaps 🤔

Doubt the rest would get any .

As for engines from them the Ruf 4.2 525bhp naturally aspirated would be get me very excited to stick into soooo much .
Lambo 5.2 v10 engine hmmm what would we like to shoe horn that into
 
Is an S62 engine swap available for the E46 M3? Been wanting to recreate the Grand Am M3 GTR for awhile in game. I know the P65B44 is in the game as well from the Z4 GT3 but it's just not the same.
 
Is an S62 engine swap available for the E46 M3? Been wanting to recreate the Grand Am M3 GTR for awhile in game. I know the P65B44 is in the game as well from the Z4 GT3 but it's just not the same.
Maaan, that would be so fire🔥, but i don't think PD will Change the Swap from the Z4 GT3 to the S62😐
 
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