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Hello, I would like to use a K20A engine in a RWD Ford Escort (I don't think they were sold in the USA) Here in Belgium we can't do engine swaps in newer cars so I'd like to put a K20A into something a bit older... Are there any bellhousings available to adapt the K20A to a ford type 9 transmission or any other transmission?
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Hello, I would like to use a K20A engine in a RWD Ford Escort (I don't think they were sold in the USA) Here in Belgium we can't do engine swaps in newer cars so I'd like to put a K20A into something a bit older... Are there any bellhousings available to adapt the K20A to a ford type 9 transmission or any other transmission?
Thanks in advance
I know a guy that was having some cast, I'll check tommorow...
 

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Nikos, sadly it's not a sierra cosworth, I would love to have one of those, but I wouldn't put a K20A in it, they come with a nice engine from the factory. As for the Integrale, I might just buy one, I heard they're very good handling and fun cars but alot of mechanical problems can occur... It's a 1978 Mk2 Escort, a pretty ugly car but renown for it's rally heritage. Isn't an F20C harder to find and a lot more expensive than a K20a, and there seemingly isn't as much aftermarket support as for the k20. I found this site while searching the web http://www.clockwisemotion.co.uk/index.html , thay are working on a bellhousing for the type 9 and they also have jenvey ITB's
 
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