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Thread: High compression high RPM 7M-GE build

  1. #161
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    Default Re: High compression high RPM 7M-GE build

    Thanks, some good info there and nice to know the 2j alternator fits without too much work. The mechman looks like a great piece of kit but more than I'm looking to spend unfortunately.
    There are a million "high output" rewound 2jz alts on ebay in the 160-200 amp range but it seems there are mixed reviews on their performance. There's plenty of 7m options upto 150 amp as well, I wonder if the DM unit is just one of these?


    I had thought about using a modern ford (or other brand) unit but I'm unsure how to wire them into the car as they all seem to have less connections on the back than the 3 (batt, ign, light) I'm used to on toyota alts.

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    Default Re: High compression high RPM 7M-GE build

    I know your steering system is already finished but converting your hydraulic system with an electrically assisted column from a toyota yaris would be pretty easy with the skills you have. I helped a buddy with a yaris steering conversion to his 94 toyota mini truck. Works great.
    1UZFE obsessed......
    1987 Toyota Pickup 2wd 1uzfe / W58 - occasional daily
    1992 Toyota Cressida 1uzfe / W58 - sold
    1993 Toyota MR2 1MZfe / E153 - under construction
    1981 Toyota Corolla wagon 1uzfe / W58 - under construction
    1990 Toyota Cressida 1uzfe / auto - occasional daily, soon to start 3uzfe / A650 + e-shift swap
    1981 Toyota Starlet - maybe Beams 3sge / W58 or 5vzfe / W58 on hold
    1997 Lexus LS400 - daily
    1990 Toyota Supra 3uzfe VVti / W58 - underconstruction.

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    Default Re: High compression high RPM 7M-GE build

    Great info, thanks! I thought the electric column would have been much harder but a quick Google reveals a few easy looking options. I had a customer ask if it can be done the other day so will pass it on.

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