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bobiseverywhere

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Hi Well i don't see a problem with referencing this page but some of the info posted here has been taken from other sites and places. I personally do not have a problem with referencing this thread
 
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hey guys i dont know if you knew this but a 2jz rear main seal works on a 1j. i just replace mine with one from a toyota dealership that i work at. i think if you go into any dealership they can order one and have the next day its $56 cnd so i dont know what that is in US.
 

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Can anyone confirm that for a 1J flywheel I can use a 7m with the 2j bolt pattern? Is it really that simple?

edit: for the time being, can I get my 7m flywheel redrilled to fit the 1j?
 
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i dont think you should redrill the 7M flywheel just buy a 1j flywheel they are not that expensive. Driftmotion has some i think
 

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The starter bolts from the 7MGE work perfectly as transmission bolts for the 1JZ ( the ones that connect the tranny to the engine at the bell housing.)
 

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bobiseverywhere said:
i dont think you should redrill the 7M flywheel just buy a 1j flywheel they are not that expensive. Driftmotion has some i think
I agree, does not always come out perfect and any slight imperfection will cause your engine to vibrate and wear out your bearings and eventually crankwalk and then the "boom"
 

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hey guys.. i have put down a deposit on my 1JZ half-cut, I will be looking at this tread and searching here and there for info on the MA70 - 1JZ swap and asking for help., but one thing i wanted to know.. has anyone got any info or guide to conver digital dash to work with the 1JZ LOOM and ECU?
 

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hummm..........so im to assume that a 2jz aftermarket valve train will work in my 1jz head............nice i was having trouble finding a kit for the 1j and im not trusting stock in my motor
 

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i dont think you should redrill the 7M flywheel just buy a 1j flywheel they are not that expensive. Driftmotion has some i think
I wouldn't recommend drilling the flywheel it would weaken it and throw it off balance. The drift motion one i saw is kinda pricey...

All you need is the 1jz flywheel which will bolt on directly to the 1jz engine with no modification, And any MKIII Supra clutch (pulltype) that will hold the torque you plan on making...

You can get a F1Racing Stage 3 clutch and 1JZ F1Racing Chromoly light flywheel from gripforce.com for $469 and if you just need the 1JZ flywheel its $198.00. I heard its a nice setup and the flywheel only weighs like 13lbs and the clutch holds like 440ft/lbs torque.

They are on ebay too Item number: 390016575792
 
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i would still stick to Driftmotion and products we know work well and last for our cars
My friend has the F1 clutch and F1 chromoly flywheel and its holding 400 torque no problem for around 6months now. Got it installed at reputable shop. Quality stuff.
 

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also for the Serpentine belt the Duralast# 770K6 belt at Auto Zone works on the 1J with A/C, P/S and Hydrofan perfectly.

just tell em you need a serp belt for a 1987 Oldsmobile Cutless Ciera 2.5L with A/C.

just thought i'd add that
 

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For the throttle cable - Alternative to the MKIV throttle cable.

92-95 camry 4cylinder, cable from pedal to black box in the engine bay(not the one from black box to throttle body).

88-92 4 door corolla.
 

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For the throttle cable - Alternative to the MKIV throttle cable.

92-95 camry 4cylinder, cable from pedal to black box in the engine bay(not the one from black box to throttle body).

88-92 4 door corolla.
I bought the Camry throttle cable and it's to long, it reaches to the headlight :( Have to buy a MkIV throttle cable and see if it fits better.
 

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I bought the Camry throttle cable and it's to long, it reaches to the headlight :( Have to buy a MkIV throttle cable and see if it fits better.
You probably bought the wrong one because I'm running one and it fits perfect.
 

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Wondering if anybody has this part number. I talked to aaron about a 1jz air temperture sensor. He told me that there is a gm fast-response sensor that is better and is cheap. So if anybody can help me out with a part number that would be great, so far a can't find anything with the same thread pitch.
 

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Wondering if anybody has this part number. I talked to aaron about a 1jz air temperture sensor. He told me that there is a gm fast-response sensor that is better and is cheap. So if anybody can help me out with a part number that would be great, so far a can't find anything with the same thread pitch.
Have you tried calling him back and asking him, or ask him in his vendor section. He usually answers all questions there. Good luck.

hey, everyone. do ya guyz know how i can get 1jz and r154 for less than 2 grand.
Talk to Aaron at www.driftmotion.com or Jose @ Kaizen. I doubt you can get one that cheap from them, but at least you won't have to worry about gettting screwed out of your money. You can one cheap from ebay, but the warranty and the customer service after the sale will suck.

1JZ lighter than 2JZ? anyone know weights of these engines?
I know the 2jz is about an inch taller and half a liter bigger so I would think it weighed a little more, but I don't know for a fact. I doubt there's enough difference to worry about. Have you tried googling the answer?
will the idle control from the 2jz fit the 1jz?
You can buy one from an auto parts store and try it, and then take it back if you don't want to pay the price of a new one. I don't know how much it would be, but at least you'd know the answer.
 

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Update on 1jz info and sticky's need to be updated as well.

Ok I have recently been planning to do a 1jz swap. Been looking around the nw area for quite a while. I would like to get a clip for swapping and have found one on that came from jarco inc. Which comes with rear subframe and driveshaft as well as the front cut. I had originally planned on ordering from driftmotion however they have recently raised their price and for shipping to me would also cost a few hundred. Canada is closer and cheaper to import from, in most cases.

Anyways when I was looking I did find a place north of seattle that imports soarer 1jz motorsets minus the trans for 1000. They also have aristo 2jz motorsets for 2000. It is called kami dori. And for anyone that may be looking that already has a r154 this may be a good way to save some money. 1j and 2jz bot have been getting really popular among the 240sx people and I believe this is bringing more people to import them which intern gets us a better price.

Also searching threw the stickys on 1jz swap info I ran into a lot of dead links. I know everyone is going 2j now insteat but a update for those that still want to do 1jz would be nice.

Anyways the point of this little rant was to give all the supra owners that still may be shopping a update. So if you know any good places please post them. Just as well don't overlook your local 240 shop as many of them do import or get import clips and motorsets and they may possibly be able to get you a good deal.
 

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Update on 1jz info and sticky's need to be updated as well.

Ok I have recently been planning to do a 1jz swap. Been looking around the nw area for quite a while. I would like to get a clip for swapping and have found one on that came from jarco inc. Which comes with rear subframe and driveshaft as well as the front cut. I had originally planned on ordering from driftmotion however they have recently raised their price and for shipping to me would also cost a few hundred. Canada is closer and cheaper to import from, in most cases.

Anyways when I was looking I did find a place north of seattle that imports soarer 1jz motorsets minus the trans for 1000. They also have aristo 2jz motorsets for 2000. It is called kami dori. And for anyone that may be looking that already has a r154 this may be a good way to save some money. 1j and 2jz bot have been getting really popular among the 240sx people and I believe this is bringing more people to import them which intern gets us a better price.

Also searching threw the stickys on 1jz swap info I ran into a lot of dead links. I know everyone is going 2j now insteat but a update for those that still want to do 1jz would be nice.

Anyways the point of this little rant was to give all the supra owners that still may be shopping a update. So if you know any good places please post them. Just as well don't overlook your local 240 shop as many of them do import or get import clips and motorsets and they may possibly be able to get you a good deal.

Ill see what i can do about updating my original post
 

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Hey, I was wondering if I can get some info. I have 1JZ-GTE VVTi. Are these parts the same as the ones from 2jz-GTE/GE VVTi?

Intake cam gear assembly, mainly need the o-rings.
Crank trigger wheel
Intake/exhaust cam seals
VVTi solenoid o-rings

Thanks.
 

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the crank trigger wheel should be the same, but the cam seals are def not gonna be the same on that.

not sure on the other ones tho
 

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Hey, I was wondering if I can get some info. I have 1JZ-GTE VVTi. Are these parts the same as the ones from 2jz-GTE/GE VVTi?

Intake cam gear assembly, mainly need the o-rings.
Crank trigger wheel
Intake/exhaust cam seals
VVTi solenoid o-rings

Thanks.
ask Soapra he might know a bit more
 

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Hi there,

can anyone tell me what parts are compatible with a 1jzgte, if i want to swap it over to a clutch fan. i mean what are the parts ? for example what year water pump do i need? what clutch fan is the fan coming out of? and what blade will work with the fan. if any one can give the part number or just the vehicle and year of the parts that ll be great too. thanks in advance.

jonathan