40 lbs heavier and a half mile wider i seriously doubt you could fit that thing into the engine bay of a supra without doing this 31342820016_large.jpg thats a pic of my favorite dodge stealth/ 3000gt ever, the VR440. I honestly thing that it would take that level of fabrication to install anything bigger than a smallblock motor into a supra
There are three kinds of work, Good, Fast, and Cheap
You can only ever have two at a time.
If you want it Good and Fast, it won't be Cheap,
if you want it Good and Cheap, it won't be Fast,
and if you want it Fast and Cheap, It won't be Good.
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Have you ever seen how big a 1uz is? I wouldn't think it could be much bigger then that.
Anyone know what exhaust manifolds might work or atleast be close to fitting? I heard something about stock ctsv's fitting, but i need something with better flow than a stock cast iron manifold.. I was going to use the r154, but i ended up finding a t56 so plans have changed. Ill start a build thread when i start fabbing up mounts and such.
Here are a couple of mock up motor next to an r154..
I am going to try the hooker headers. From my measurements that should fit.
I have also looked at tthe long tube swap headers from JTR.com for the RX7 swap. They are tight to the tranny and look like they would work in the Mk3.
Thanks for the info. ouch on the jtr stuff. Ill just make my own for that price. I might try just getting the cheap ctsv long tubes and modding them to work. Im sure the cast iron would fit, but again i have a built motor with big solid cam, those prolly wont flow enough.
Look at the LSA headers. They don't look much bigger then the hooker cast and they flow enough for 600hp or even the LS7 manifolds.
Im thinkin about these... Even if they need modding they are cheap.
hi AS far as i understand from reading the novak adapter, fj cruiser clutch disc, pontiac solstice slave cylinder, regular GM bellhousing is needed. But what flywheel, pressure plate and pilot bushing is needed?
I think i read camaro pressure plate i have one from a t5 v8 camaro would that work?
If you can help me out that would be great. I will be using an Lq4 or Lq9 for my engine. Also I currently have a t5 from an 86 camaro installed so i already have the master cylinder from the camaro mounted and everything. I am curious to know if this would work with the solstice slave. I would rather not change the master if i dont have to dont want to mess around with brackets and such.
also is there anyway i can make the novak adapter. I have access to a cnc mill and plasma along with pretty well any other machine tools. does anyone have a cnc file or template? or is anyone selling the adapter cheap!
Hope u guys can help