i am in the lower mainland of western canada. abbotsford,40 miles east of vancouver. the other thing was the crankshaft centerline to axle centerline difference between the mtx and atx. the old auto(86-91 3 speed) was the same as the mtx, but the overdrive 4 speed auto has an extra 2 inches (approx) difference from crank center to axle centerline, so then i wasnt sure if the motor would have to be setback in the subframe to maintain engine geometery. the 3.0 and 3.2 sho have to be mounted differently in gen 2 sho's ,that's why the coolant overflow,battery tray and abs module are placed differently,also the mtx results in the motor being set back approx 2 inches resulting in a slightly better handling due to the center of mass closer to the middle of the car. i was ready to modify my right side (engine) subframe mounting holes to allow the vulcan to sit back on the sho mtx subframe but then found that one of the (rear) exhaust downpipes looked like it would then rub the right side cv axle (93 style exhaust) was very close to (mtx) trans output (follow me here) the trans sits 2 inches (approx) closer to the exhaust pipe/back of vulcan block.so.... after thinking about tempo v6 pcm cost, tempo flywheel-clutch cost, fabricating link shaft to vulcan bracket, modify or maybe purchase a mount setup(if it exists) and then i discovered that a butcher who replaced the heater core had let the pcm harness rub on the a/c receiver-drier and had ruined several wires,well. it was easier to "vulcanize" my sho. i started out by reading up on 3.0 to 3.2 sho conversion on the shoclub pages and even saw a sho powered tempo (narrower wheelbase- single piece axles work) but those guys don't have a lot of vulcan info,they just convert atx to mtx etc. that's where i read one guy (only one! smart cookie!) said that there was a crank/axle difference, and sure enough he was right! that was the major stumbling block for my project, but...i'm sure it IS possible,perhaps a custom exhaust job, vulcan has had several different rear manifold designs. anything that helps put wieght toward the center of the car would improve handling,after all.