I'd love to put a B3.3 into my 1992 Toyota pickup, but I'm worried about the overall length of the engine w/ the necessary adapters. I'm planning to just use my R150F transmission for as long as it'll hold up. This will be a daily driver and fuel economy is my primary goal.
If I've calculated correctly, it looks like the overall length of the engine from the crank pulley to the back of the bellhousing will be right at 34.5". This is calculated using the following:
Length of the B3.3: 27.7"
Phoenix Castings Adapters: 1.0"
Advance Adapters Bellhousing: 6.875"
That'll be about 7+ inches longer than that V6 that sitting in the truck now. Pushing the engine as far forward as I can, I'm afraid I'll still have to move my crossmember mounts 4-5" back - that is assuming I use my existing cross member.
What do you guys think? Does this sound like a big deal or not?