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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:33 am 
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I have a C62A Sedan that originally had a 4G15 SOHC in it, and I'm now going to use a 4G67 from a Galant Eterna mated with the original 4G15 Transmission. The Galant is a 6th Generation.

What engine supports do I need to use? I've been told I need the original 4G15 front, rear, and right side supports then a modified Galant left support?


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2016 8:28 pm 
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it should be similar to the c53a mount swap, meaning all you need is a DOHC Hyundai Elantra timing side mount I'm not too sure of the other three mounts yet because I have not undergone my 4g63t swap on my c53a usdm mirage, but I know guys use the 1992-1995 DOHC Hyundai Elantra timing side mount, when swapping in the 4g63 the 4g67 is the same motor that was offered in the Hyundai Elantra, only the Hyundai version of the engine code is G4CN it's same motor as the 4g67, another thing to note is make sure you get the right timing mount Hyundai elantras came with 2 different timing mounts, one was for manual trans, and the other was for automatic.

Another option is to find a timing belt side mount from a 1.6 4g61 mirage/colt not sure what they called the model in your country c62a c58 or C53a but all these chassis should have had a dohc option those mounts will work too.

Also the 6th gen dohc galant mounts will not work without modification... because the roll mount needs to be cut off and re-welded in the right location, otherwise the motor will be pushed into the radiator and be crooked, the 4g61t or g4cn mounts put the motor in level to the transmission.

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