Computer cut out at 10 psi

natedog910

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What is the next step ,injectors, fuel pump and some sort of Program for that computer ,I just don't know what to buy , Any help would be appreciated bone stock with a bigger turbo

I believe it's a 53 mm t


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I am confused at what you are asking? Are you saying how to get rid of the fuel cut at 10 psi? If your motor is healthy, then you will need:

-Lexus ls400 afm housing (25%bigger)
-Walbro 255 fuel pump
-550cc injectors
-adjustable fuel pressure regulator
-piggyback of some sort.

and you should do some other mods such as the

-12v fuel pump mod
-jtube bypass


What power goals are you trying to achieve?
 

natedog910

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I am confused at what you are asking? Are you saying how to get rid of the fuel cut at 10 psi? If your motor is healthy, then you will need:

-Lexus ls400 afm housing (25%bigger)
-Walbro 255 fuel pump
-550cc injectors
-adjustable fuel pressure regulator
-piggyback of some sort.

and you should do some other mods such as the

-12v fuel pump mod
-jtube bypass


What power goals are you trying to achieve?
Noting serious ,just want something reliable and fun to drive.. I brought the car painted it ,then the stock turbo took a shit.. also did a head job timing little things like that..it healthy lol where would I be able to buy these parts what a good website
Thanks


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Noting serious ,just want something reliable and fun to drive..
Buy a Miata or an S2000. Not joking. The issues you're having are just the tip of the iceberg for Supra ownership. Not trying to scare you off, but now would be a good time, financially speaking, to take an objective look at what you want from a car. Supras are fun, but they can be cars that test your patience, and that's putting it politely.

Plus, the little issues have a funny way of snowballing into full builds, which, can often be expensive, time consuming, and in the end, somewhat unrewarding if you're unable to keep your expectations realistic.
 

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Buy a Miata or an S2000. Not joking. The issues you're having are just the tip of the iceberg for Supra ownership. Not trying to scare you off, but now would be a good time, financially speaking, to take an objective look at what you want from a car. Supras are fun, but they can be cars that test your patience, and that's putting it politely.

Plus, the little issues have a funny way of snowballing into full builds, which, can often be expensive, time consuming, and in the end, somewhat unrewarding if you're unable to keep your expectations realistic.
Thanks 4 The advice, not scare lol but I all ready have my money pit ,i just want To be steered in the right direction.I brought the supra 4 my son . A goal around 500hp 4 the supra


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I've had my Supra for 9 years. It has spent more time in the garage while I try to save money for repairs. After the last time it broke, I lost all motivation to work on it and I haven't touched it in about 3 years. With any luck at all, I will finally have money to build a proper motor for it and get it running this year. They are fun cars and a joy to drive, but reliable is not a word I would associate with Mk III Supras.

-AM3
 

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7m is not reliable. Jz are much more reliable. Haven’t needed tools in my car since I stopped using a 7m.

7m can be properly build and reliable. But it costs too much money and there’s always that what if thought.