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Xcessive VH to 240 (S14 chassis) swap Kit

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Xcessive VH to 240 (S14 chassis) swap Kit

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Product Description

Xcessive Manufacturing's all new steel mount brackets for the VH engine in the 240SX (S) chassis are designed to place the engine as low as possible without compromising the oil pan and as far back as possible to allow the shifter to sit in virtually the stock location when using one of our shifter bracket kits. CNC cut from 1/4" steel plate, formed and plated, these engine brackets and trans bracket will handle all the punishment you can throw at them and last a life time doing it. These mounts are designed to be run as solid mounts, the VH is a smooth running motor and a tight fit into the S chassis, so flexy rubber mounts may not be such a good idea. These mounts also work excellent with our VH alternator relocation kit and power steering pulley kit to install the VH with no frame cutting for a much easier, cleaner install. We've also included a one piece steel driveline so you won't have to run around and get one of those made either.

Due to the size of this motor, clearance to the vacuum brake booster must be checked and some boosters may be to large in diameter and need to be replaced. Please read the instructions on this site to learn more about the requirements for running this kit.

Please specify S13, S14 or S15 when ordering to get the correct driveline.

This kit does not make the VH "fit" the S chassis, ABS brake modulators, brake boosters, sway bars and exhaust are a few of the items you will need to address during install. We have come up with a few parts such as the Alternator relocation bracket and Power steering pulley to aid in the install without cutting the chassis.

Features

  • Model: N-VH-240-SK14
  • 99 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Xcessive Manufacturing

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 November, 1999.