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Old 08-03-2018, 07:08 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default 2007 6th gen 6 speed MT & HR swap

Hey everyone. im a soon to be 6th gen owner. im buying a 07 maxima with a blown motor and im also debating if I should HR swap it in addition to 6spd MT swap. Im trying to find the write up on the steps ill need to take to do the 6spd swap (wiring, placement, etc.) I've read all the threads on what parts ill need. Can someone get back to me the steps ill need to take. and also if the HR swap is worth it or should I just put another 07/08 motor back in it?
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Default Re: 2007 6th gen 6 speed MT & HR swap

Well our Moderator Eddy just hr swapped into his and he said it’s completely worth it. I plan on hr swapping next year. I think it’s definitely worth it. Can tell you much about 6 speed swap. I’d check out nisformance for that
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