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rodel

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1JZ head with HKS 264 in/ex cams, HKS 2JZ cam gears degree'd, GReddy head gasket.
2JZGE block with 2JZGTE piston, 2JZGTE Rods, (ARP Head bolts, Main bolts & rod bolts)
Driftmotion 14mm top feed fuel rail kit, iD1000cc inj, Walbro 400lph pump, -8 out & -10 in fuel lines, Aeromotive FPR
Driftmotion Fuel injector resistor delete plug
Driftmotion 1JZ T4 twinscroll manifold
Borg Warner EFR 7670 - 1.05 A/R T4 twinscroll (external WG) TiAL 46mm gate

491.5hp 455.7tq at 14psi with boost spike to 15psi - 91 Octane
APEXi Power FC ECU for JZA80 US spec
Tuned on Dynapak in Southern California

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Thats awesome , Savy
 

Albert

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Did 755whp/730ftlbs at 39psi drop of to 33psi on a billet 62mm last April, forgot to post
 

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Good Hp. Why so little torque?
:dunno:

Dont know, but I've been trying to figure that out. It just kind of tapers off right before 6K rpm.

On a previous dyno with the GT4082 it made 300hp at 5k rpm and 395tq at 6200rpm. I have exhaust parts going out for ceramic coating, once they're back I'll get this back on the dyno and see if I can't move that powerband to the left a little.

Albert:
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440whp, 391wtq. Base boost (~15psi, creeping to 20), conservative timing. Just need to put a better intercooler and piping setup on the car and let her eat. Shouldn't have any issues making 600whp unless it blows up beforehand lol.

- Stock 7M bottom end with 150k miles
- Rebuilt head: Comp BBC Valve Springs, Stock Cams, 3 angle valve job
- HKS Bead 1.2mm Head Gasket
- ARP Head Studs w/custom washers
- SP Bolt-On Precision 6262 CEA Turbo
- ECUMaster EMU Tuned by Larry @ SP
- Stock Coils, w/no igniter. Coils are driven directly by the EMU
- Stock Intake + Exhaust Manifolds
- Stock Intercooler + Piping(big restriction!)
- 4" Turbo-Back exhaust
- Precision 1200cc Injectors wired sequentially
- Walbro 400 Fuel Pump w/-6 feed line + Magnafuel E85 filter
- Stock R154 w/Clutchmasters FX400 Street Clutch
 

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1JZ-GTE
Cp pistons 9.0:1
Stock rods with arp bolts
6766 T4 DBB
Ported head by HPR Pakistan
Thailand Intake Manifold
BC 272 cams and spring retainer combo
HKS Cam Gears
AEM EMS v2
Custom Coil on plug
R154 tranny
OS Giken triple plate
Stock rear end
Tuned by HPR Pakistan

16.5 psi 520whp
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30psi 714whp
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on straight pump gas (93 octane)
 

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My recent dyno run (straight off the highway after sitting in traffic in 80 degree weather because a vw caught fire)

Rebuilt 1989 7M-GTE with about 35k miles now
-Stock r154 and lsd
-Stock bottom end
-NPR replacement pistons .20 over
-HKS stopper metal headgasket
-Apex-i intake
-Lexus afm
-57 trim ct-26
-cooleeze intercooler hardpipes with spearco style intercooler
-Knockoff ddp with divider tab
-HKS dragger exhaust with cat
-Apex-i SAFC 2
-Walbro 255 fuel pump with 12v mod
-RC 550cc low imp injectors
-aeromotive afpr


360 whp and 380 torque 16psi on a mustang dyno
 
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mkiiichip

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Bone stock 1jz (including cams)
MS3+MS3X (megasquirt3)
BW S363 @ 26 PSI
ID1000's
E-85
fuelab external pump, filters and regulator, w/ sumped tank

530hp 483tq

 
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Plau000

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89 7mgte
JE Pistons
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Walbro 450
ID1000
AGP Zeta 3.2 Turbo
CXracing Intercooler
E85
Full 3 inch exhaust
TIAL BOV
TIAL Wastegate
640whp 507tq @28psi

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410whp/381ftlbs @ 19 psi



7mgte, stock internals, HKS MLG 2.0 mm, ARP head studs, walbro/600's, full sequential injection, boss Jr. 60-1 turbo 19 psi, AEM V1, AFPR, and running pig rich at about 10.3/1.
Something is strange, you should be making more power with all those goodies.

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thought i posted this here but i guess i didnt. heres the last dyno i did with my car. the lower hp pull was off wastegate at 14-15psi


mods are
2jz na-t
s363
ffim
walbro 255
lex/550's
afpr
safc2
aem tru boost
tail mvr44
os giken twin disk
tt hg/arp's
7m ecu!!!
110 sunoco

 

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thought i posted this here but i guess i didnt. heres the last dyno i did with my car. the lower hp pull was off wastegate at 14-15psi
Correct me if I'm seeing something wrong here, but 817 ft-lbs??? One of the other runs was something like 675?

...I might need my eyes checked. If not, congrats though!
 

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Correct me if I'm seeing something wrong here, but 817 ft-lbs??? One of the other runs was something like 675?

...I might need my eyes checked. If not, congrats though!

no you're seeing it right lol. it did that because it was on a portable dynojet at a diesel dyno day. so all they had was a thing that mounts to the ramp and gets a crank signal from the crank pulley. no plug wire thing. so during the pull my motor moved and threw off the reading. it doesnt effect the hp reading just the torque cause it uses that or a plug wire to calculate torque from the hp reading. you can see where it was reading right then went bonkers.

heres a video of the pull

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oys26imI770
 

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Have patience Miguel, the staff around here are some pretty busy folks. I'll see if I can't rustle up Steve or Jay though. :)
 

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made it on the dyno today. ran out of fuel up top. going in for upgrades and gonna squeeze another 200 out of this turbo...
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in case anyone's wondering, here's the mod list.......
bws366, 3 1/2 exhaust, tre huge intercooler, ffim, tial bov and wastegate, 90mm tb
walbro 450, 1000cc inj, dual feed fual rail
built motor, eagle rods, wiseco pistons, shimmed dm oil pump, az oil feed
fully ported head, 272's, bigger valves, etc, titan cam gears
stock r154 with act extreme clutch and chromoly flywheel
 
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422hp, 421ft-lbs

Some more boost and tuning on the same setup as last time. 17psi this time. I added a cold air box on the filter and re-did the exhaust piping a bit to remove some poor welding from last time that was globbed inside the pipe. Damn those stock cams though, shutting down the party at 6,600. I'm surprised I haven't begun to see high intake temps or EGT's with this HX35 yet. It's surpassed what I expected from it's size. Although, maybe if I was able to use it to redline..


 

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Just made 857whp, 830wtq with my 7M





Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=683M6nJRqAY

Stock Intake Manifold
Stock NA Cams
SP Built Motor w/ Wiseco Pistons w/ upgraded wrist pins and Eagle Rods
Prototype SP F1 Manifold w/ Twin Turbosmart 45mm Wastegates
Borg Warner S369 SXE .91 A/R Turbo
SP Custom Straight Pipe Exhaust
Treadstone Intercooler w/ 3" piping
Precision 1200cc Injectors
Single Walbro 416lph Primary Pump
MagnaFuel ProTuner 4303 Secondary Pump
Clutch Masters SP STREET FX400 Clutch
SP Custom Crank Position Trigger
ECUMaster EMU Standalone EMS
 

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Second time I've ever had my car on a dyno, this time things were a bit different though:
1jz
-fully built engine (BC264 cams, ported/polished, +1mm Naprec valves, shimless bucket conversion, Carillo rods, Wiseco 10:1 2j pistons (puts a 1j at 9.0 from what I understand), Twins Turbo dry sump, balanced rotating assembly, fancy painted valve covers, etc, etc, etc)
-Bosch 044, ID1000 injectors
-Comp CT4-6265 .70 a/r TBB, Tial MVR set at 15psi, boost creeps up to 21psi by redline
-MS3 Pro, tuned by Tim at Xact Dyno
-3" exhaust from turbo to HKS Hi-Power Silent catback

I think that's about it as far as mods go. So many mistakes made on my part, but I'll save that for the build thread and another time. Dyno results on a base 91 octane gas tune:

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457whp, 376wtq at their peaks, but what I really appreciate when driving, is all that meat under the line. ;)
 

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Alec, that 7M is insane man...

Nice Brad.

I can only hope to go dry sump! You should be revving that thing up to 11,000 RPM with a 76mm! ;)

Looking forward to your race fuel results.
 
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te72

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Nice Brad.

I can only hope to go dry sump! You should be revving that thing up to 11,000 RPM with a 76mm! ;)

Looking forward to your race fuel results.
What Jeff said x 2
Dry sump on a Mk3 is a bit of a packaging nightmare unless you want the oil tank in the cabin somewhere. To do that safely though, you need a means of isolating the tank via bulkhead, just in case something horrible happens, you don't wanna be covered in hot oil on top of whatever already happened. :p Plus, the tank itself gets pretty warm, and would increase cabin temps, so not exactly ideal for a street car. That said, I'll never need to worry about oil supply no matter how hard I get the car to stick in the corners. Perhaps a mod better suited for those willing to dedicate the car to the track only..?

Like I said, many, many, many mistakes were made in building this car, and most of them came around to bite me in the ass financially.

Would absolutely LOVE to be revving it that high. However, the engine was only able to be balanced (I think the machine shop called it a "zero" balance a little past 9000, and the oil pump is only rated to 10k. On top of that, notice how the power peaks at 7k? Have a few ideas on how I can increase the upper limit of the effective powerband, but wonder if I'll be able to get it upwards of 9-10k without sacrificing too much low to mid range. I had the engine built for response and mid to top end power, and it does not disappoint on the road. Will make a fantastic car for the road course once I get everything sorted out.

However, a tank full of race fuel and a retune isn't that expensive... Might be a couple years before we get there, but we'll see. :)
 

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Bottom end balancing is understandable, so are the limits of the oiling system.

If anything, a 10,000 RPM redline would be fun, if it made a lot of power there.

You could set a record for everyone.
 

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Bottom end balancing is understandable, so are the limits of the oiling system.

If anything, a 10,000 RPM redline would be fun, if it made a lot of power there.

You could set a record for everyone.
No doubt it could set some records, but budget isn't there for a couple years unfortunately. Personally I would have no problem running it to 10k. It has solid mounts, so I would know pretty quickly if something wasn't feeling right. If it was perfectly balanced to over 9k though... I could see it taking 10k without issue.

Here is a 1JZ with stock connecting rods.

Good valves and valvetrain components are important. This was over 11,000 RPM.

https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fb....10150310971033380.345338.694708379&source=48
Please tell me there is video of that? Would love to hear the sound that made...

Only reason I went with Carillo rods is because they're lighter than stock by a decent amount. Also, if I could afford one of Arnout's new vvti / vtec 2jz heads, and combine it with my bottom end, I would have a monster. As is, not sure how much more I can squeeze out of it. No sense in revving past the point of good power, after all.

Would like to know what the guy in the link had in his head though, to get the 1j to rev that far.
 

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I always wanted to be a part of the 1jz list, I think i finally made it.
Did power runs today and made 390WHP - 350WTQ at 19~psi

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Short list of specs:
internally stock 1jz-gte
hx35 turbo
aem v2
deka 880cc injectors
320lph pump
r154 trans
"Husky 94" octane pump gas (which didn't seem to be actual 94)
 
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^^ Not bad, some cams and you're into 400's, easy!

No doubt it could set some records, but budget isn't there for a couple years unfortunately. Personally I would have no problem running it to 10k. It has solid mounts, so I would know pretty quickly if something wasn't feeling right. If it was perfectly balanced to over 9k though... I could see it taking 10k without issue.


Please tell me there is video of that? Would love to hear the sound that made...

Only reason I went with Carillo rods is because they're lighter than stock by a decent amount. Also, if I could afford one of Arnout's new vvti / vtec 2jz heads, and combine it with my bottom end, I would have a monster. As is, not sure how much more I can squeeze out of it. No sense in revving past the point of good power, after all.

Would like to know what the guy in the link had in his head though, to get the 1j to rev that far.
The dual spring Ferrea, and Ferrea Beehives are also good to 9K, but I can see them going a lot further. Guys say these Beehives are just as good, but nobody has published results. The 2J crowd goes into 10K territory, depending on the size of the turbo.

If you're going for big power, you get what you pay for. I think it started to float after 11,250 RPM or so... I think Fabio's 2JZ started to become unhappy around 10,500 RPM, but I don't recall.
 

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Other than a fancy intake manifold, I don't see what else I could do to increase top end without sacrificing too much low end. Currently my band runs from about 3k to 7k, I wouldn't mind if it were shifted from 5k to 9k. Thing is, I wouldn't want to lose the effective range of the engine, as a whole, if that makes sense.

Bigger turbo might be fun, not sure if I'll ever go there though, we'll see. That EFR 8374 looks pretty ideal for my taste...
 

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I'm friends with goleby on Facebook. I will ask him to try and get a video. Racerxj220 I'm excited to see how your build turns out. Te72 do you have any pics of your setup?
 

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Thanks Tgood, that wagon is pretty rad. I have all SORTS of pics of my setup. Will be posting a build thread sometime this winter, just gotta finish a half dozen posts or so. Nothing too terribly exciting, just a whole lot of "here's how I did this," and "what not to do" haha. :)
 

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We all keep posting our WHP/Mods & Dyno sheets but no one updates the list. Facebook has killed the forums.
 

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You know what the best thing about facebook is though? All those build threads. Oh, and let's not forget the technical information that can be readily found, that's even better!

Sarcasm aside, it's not a trophy to hang on the wall guys. If I made 1200hp revving mine to 15k and spinning tires to 180mph, I'll make a post, hopefully even a video. You won't hear me whining about it not being highlighted on a website.
 

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1990 supra....
ge block, .20 over wisecos, eagles, shimmed pump, arz feed tube,
fully ported and built head. 272's, bigger valves, ti retainers, ffim, 90mm RMR throttle body
hks 2.0 stopper, arp L19 studs, o-ringed block
cast manifold, sp qsv, bw s369sxe, complete 3.5" stainless exh with vibrant race "muffler"
tial, wastegate and bov, 3" intercooler piping, huge treadstone intercooler
mishimoto race rad, dual fan kit
built r154, mc and dm parts
act extreme clutch with ceramic 6 puck. princess motorsports driveshaft, 373 rear end with weir stage 2 kit
walbro 450, bosch 1700's, jms dual pump controller, -6 to dual -6 lines, fuel lab filter
megasquirt ms3pro, Subaru sti coils
I think that's everything. lol

forgot, lol...... 30psi and e85. I believe 11 degrees of timing.
 
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