But how much do they have in common? I asked once about the possibility of
putting a 3000GT twin turbo engine in a caravan and was informed that the
engine rotates the opposite direction. I'd be curious too...my 92 is set to
roll over 181k, it could use some boost in power in its old age... :-)
In my short travels around the internet, I've seen lots done with the
4-cylinder Dodge turbo's, but nothing with the 3.0 v6. The ones I really
love are the guys with the turbo minivans outrunning Camaro's, Corvette's
and the like...
that would be a site to see, mini van VS camaro....
My v6 only has 82k on it and its still got plenty of pep as it is I've
outran the local showoffs at least once in their new camaros with the
I just figured it would be neat to soup it up a little more, it would be odd
having a sedan thats really fast to me especially this model of car.
Here you go! http://www.turbovan.net/van.html
I take no responsibility for the hours you spend drooling over the fast
minivan's... ;-) One of the guys somewhere in those pages once upon a time
also had a Dodge Spirit they had hopped up and had it running similar times.
There are a lot of similarities between the Caravan and the Spirit, so I
would imagine what can be done to one could pretty easily be done to the
All varieties of the 3.0L V6s have a lot in common. All of them turn in the
same direction, differences in the transaxles would cause the engine to be
reversed in the engine bay. What that probably means is you can't drop in a
The turbo V6 has four-bolt mains, while the rest have two-bolt mains. If you
want to have a DOHC twin turbo, you will need to get a four-bolt block, then
you're good for 450 HP or more.
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