3000 2jz twin turbo supra motor

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by bangbang, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. toyota_rod

    toyota_rod New Member

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    measure, measure, measure some more, tear shit down and out, replace and youll be one bad ass mofo in a 2jz x
     
  2. bangbang

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    O yea I'm def going to do a lot of measuring before anything.
     
  3. Rat Rod

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    oh hell ya
     
  4. rexrunner

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    Yes its possible, easier with the 5 speed, but yes...
     
  5. bangbang

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    Why do u say it would be easier with a 5speed.
     
  6. rexrunner

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    I have one of those f body rear ends, its almost 2 inchs too wide iirc but that's all. I would be Interested in doing the install... If those shops fall through Lmk

    5 speed shifter location is better, the getrag is a long mofo. but t56 would be my route
     
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  7. bangbang

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    Ok I have nvr really done any work on a Vic until I got the x and I'm still learning about everything so I'm not the smartest. What does IIRC mean. About the install I was planning on doing everything myself. I don't want my truck to see a shop cause I want to be able to say I did it, of course with the help of friends. I wouldnt mind the help with the install but your in Florida right. about the 5spd are u saying it would be an easier install or just a longer gear ratio. I'm look it up. Thx for the input.
     
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  8. Jap

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    If this were me, I'd be looking at an auto behind that bad boy.
    2JZ, imagine the aftermarket part choice! nearly as good as an LS engine lol
     
  9. JiNsEiGaNaI

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    Id b worried about traction with all them ponies
     
  10. bangbang

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    Yea thought bout auto but its just to much fun with a manual. I am worried bout traction but ill find a solution for it. I know when I'm done with this all it will be for is the track. Gonna have to get a new daily driver. Until then ima drive the Hell out of it hahaha
     
  11. Torspd

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    I think that it can be done, and you will have a very strong system of components. Final words: Do it!
     
  12. K808

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    Yup pretty nice. Anyone need anything shipped from Japan?
     
  13. Torspd

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    I bet Bangbang does.
     
  14. rexrunner

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    Nearly* .. lol. Just do a ls1. That was easy man
     
  15. bangbang

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    Haha I probably will but ima work from the back to the front so rear end first. I'll hit u up when I need something from Japan. Ok so I got another question, I just thought of it. Again I am still learning but if this can be done then it mivht help with traction. Is it possible to make a rear wheel drive into awd and if so how much work will it be. If its not possible Sry Idk these things
     
  16. toyota_rod

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    i would think tacoma 4x4 front end and custom tranny (you know what i mean) to fit the 2jz
     
  17. Torspd

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    Clifford actually started a thread discussing the potential to make an XR AWD. A lot of good ideas surfaced. Then it stopped..... Cannot use 4x4 Tacoma steering knuckles. Just too big. Just need someone to post a link to that thread.
     
  18. bangbang

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    Hmmm sounds like it can be done, but if u have awd do you loss horsepower. If so I could just get a extreme negative offset tire and have more traction that way and I could move the fuel tank to the back of the bed for weight. Just brainstorming here. nothin is in stone except the engine tranny and rear end.
     
  19. redarkx

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    Make it happen and take some sweet vids!!!!
     
  20. bangbang

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    Of course. When I start buying parts then te build thread will start
     

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