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    Default 1UZ into MKIII

    Hey guys, I currently have an 87 na with a w58... I am trying.to determine what exactly is needed to swap in a 1UZ... As far as I can tell would be mounts, an adapted harness, and a bellhousing adapter and a flywheel. If I'm missing anything please tell me... my clutch is great so I won't need that... what flywheel works? I heard rumor that an ae86 flywheel would work but I have no hard evidence ... any help would be appreciated
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    Dang Dude! No Way Man.
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    Default Re: 1UZ into MKIII

    Pm 4U2QUIK. He has or makes everything you need to swap a uz.

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    Default Re: 1UZ into MKIII

    Thanks
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    Default Re: 1UZ into MKIII

    This is what I can think of off hand:

    1UZ-FE engine
    Trans adapter plate
    1UZ-FE bell housing
    Flywheel (consider the complete kit 4U2QUK offers)
    Swap mounts (consider the ones 4U2QUK offers)
    Bolts for the trans adapter plate
    Adapters for the power steering
    A smaller brake booster (I use one from a mid 80's Toyota truck, the dia is still to big but its depth is good)
    Radiator hoses from the SC
    Heater core hoses from both the SC and Supra
    Electric fans mounted to the rad, LS mechanical fan hub (no mech fan or clutch on it) if you dont plan on running a hydro fan set up
    Adapters for the fuel lines
    New clutch master cylinder
    Quarter Master (style) throwout bearing/ clutch slave cylinder
    Clutch lines
    Pilot bearing
    Flywheel bolts (I use 1JZ-GTE ARP bolts at 68 ft-lbs)
    Pressure plate bolts
    Valve cover gaskets and tube seals (if needed)
    Re-seal oil pan (FIPG)
    Check rear main seal (replace if oily)

    Tune up:
    - Timing Belt Kit (I use the Gatorback kit)
    - NGK spark plug wires
    - NGK spark plugs
    - Caps and rotors (I use BOSCH)

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    Default Re: 1UZ into MKIII

    Wow thanks for that list.. this will surely help in my decision t go with a V8.. much appreciated
    Piecesofeight37@msn.com
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