pop the shafts, undo all mounts (left rear right) and the lot lifts out nicely if you tilt the gearbox right down
i didnt even bother taking the rear mount 'claw' off the box
got the 16v engine in doing exactly the same but downwards lmao
it takes 2, i struggled by myself and couldnt winch and guide the back of the engine past the rack etc
my driveshafts were a bit of a bitch and i had to double check i was doing it right
undo the ball joints and split, put them away from the arm totally
undo driveshaft castellated nut
cv can then be popped out
dont know **** about taking a turbo engine out, but heres my guess
get the front up high (not supporting the front xmembers/arm things, hmm you can tell i havent done this before )
take off said arm things
and lower the engine & gbox & txbox and then do a he-man and throw the shell out the way (told you, you need it up high )
then you can hacksaw the txbox off (its useless anyway lmao) and fit the engine & gbox as per 16v (from the top, oooh luxury) then you're on your own lmao
ahhh, the comedy engine installations, its like i am doing it all over again lmao
take out all the bolts from bell housing to engine, inc starter motor, and engine mount on the side of the cam cover.
ok with the turbo you have 3 bolts holding the tx box to the back of the block, you also have about 4 bolts you have to take out from uder the car, ie where the tx box joins the gbox and the engine. It would be easier to take the engine out on its own and then the txb and gbox.
no sorry yuniz don't agree take all 3 out together engine box and txb.
as 16v says either undo the cradle below the car and drop it all down using a hoist or if u have a ramp lift the car leaving it all down low.
to take g/box off you need to remove cradle anyways and similar with txb easier with cradle removed.
My advice is don't split it till its all on the floor.