Our objective today is to disassemble and take out the engine. I want to inspect the engine for any problems. Cracked head, blown block. We will know after we took the engine. All hoses were disconnected. So as clutch cable. And speedometer cable. All hoses and cables were disconnected. Now we can take out this engine. Finally the engine is out. Is this a rats nest? Now we want to…. Disassemble this gearbox. We want to see the clutch plate. Its a Trinity clutch set with clutch cover. Look at this… Nasty spark plug. Neglected for 10 years. Let’s paint the engine bay pink. The paint still looks good. The subframe… Just clean it. Its not rusty though. Just a lil bit rusty. The steering rack boot is torn. I meant grease. All of these needs to be cleaned. Looks like a bird’s nest. Its a Trinity clutch. We haven’t skimmed the flywheel right? Oh yeah, before we install this clutch. Send it to machine shop. The gearbox is out. And the engine. We’re about to take the engine to an engine stand. And remove the head. This is L2 gearbox. This is a close-ratio gearbox. Not sure about the gear ratio. Fitted a LSD to this gearbox. Originally this is a Non-LSD gearbox. As you have already seen, the engine condition is pretty bad. Rusty engine cylinder. Head looks OK. The camshaft is chipped. My mechanic says it can still be used. Its a regrind camshaft. Its waste if I throw it. I’ve decided not to reuse the 660cc block. I’ll be using a 1000cc block… ..for this project A block from Daihatsu Storia, Perodua Kelisa or Perodua Kenari. Haven’t decide which piston I want to use… To save budget, I just use the standard 72mm piston… If I have the budget, I’ll use oversize piston. I’ll be using Perodua Kelisa gearbox. That’s it for this video.