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    Default 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    I have compiled a list of everything that I have purchased in order to swap a 2JZGTE into my 88 mkiii with a 7MGTE and R-154. I have seen threads like this, but most of them are unorganized and there is info all over the place. I have decided to make one that is well organized, since I was having a little bit of trouble finding everything needed in order to complete this swap.

    I will eventually update it to the point that part numbers, places to buy, and prices will be included. (maybe even pictures)

    PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE THREAD BEFORE POSTING A QUESTION!

    If the mods feel that this is redundant and decide to delete it, then ok, but I
    think that this thread can be a valuable tool to everyone.

    All info here is what I have learned through reading and asking others who have done the swap before. If anyone notices wrong info, please let me know right away and it will be fixed ASAP.

    The firewall will need to be "beaten" back anywhere from 1/2" to 1 1/2" from what I have heard/read in order to keep the stock twins. I am going single, so i have not researched much into this subject.

    All part numbers are courtesy of Curt at Elmhurst Toyota and my uncle who used to work at Hudson Toyota.

    Here are some links that may also be of some help:
    Keeping A/C and Power Steering:
    http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66700

    Where to buy a motor:
    http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66744

    Dealing with the harness:
    http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?t=65536

    Well, here is what I have so far.

    -Motor - $2200 from jdmenginedepot.com
    (it comes with uncut wiring harness, ecu, and ignitor. I was unaware so I purchased an ignitor)

    -Wiring Harness - ~$490 Sent to Dr Tweak to mate the one from the 7M and the one from the 2J (+150 for priority service)(+200 because of missing/ broken plugs)

    -J- Spec ECU - comes with motor but can be found in the classifieds. For the J-Spec ECU, m/t and a/t do not matter (from what I was told by Nick Stonawski)

    -1J Bellhousing - $350 from Driftmotion.com

    -1J Ignitor - $130 Driftmotion.com (comes with motor, but if the motor you order does not come with one, you can get one new)

    -2J Engine Swap Brackets- $175 from Driftmotion.com (There are 2 different sets, 86-early 89 and late 89- 92)
    This info was be found here under the 1989 category: http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58

    -2J Throttle Cable- $65 from Driftmotion.com

    -1J lightweight flywheel - $270 from Driftmotion.com
    this link may be of some help: http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?t=65797

    -1J ARP flywheel bolts - $32 from Driftmotion.com

    -Intercooler - $180 from Driftmotion.com

    -1J oil pressure sender adapter – $20 from Driftmotion.com

    -Pulley Set- $50 from Driftmotion.com
    The reason for buying the pulley set is because the Aristos run a Hydrofan set-up and when you get rid of that and use a USDM water pump, the pulley is not the same. It is actually a bit smaller.

    -Greddy BCC- $88 from titanmotorsports.com

    - Walbro 255LPH Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit- $131.17 from horsepowerfreaks.com

    -Upper and Lower Oil pans w/ required bolts – From Elmhurst Toyota
    12111-46052 Pan Upper List 358.79 Cost 273.94 X 1
    12102-46031 Pan Lower 127.81 Cost 97.59 X 1
    90430-12031 Drain Plug Gasket List .98 Cost .73 X 1
    90341-12012 Drain Plug List 3.66 Cost 2.71 X 1
    96721-24031 O Ring List 2.54 Cost 1.88 X 1
    91512-b1055 Bolt List 1.18 Cost .87 X 6
    91511-j0820 Bolt List .71 Cost .53 X 16
    90116-06127 Stud List .71 Cost .53 X 4
    90119-06624 Bolt List .80 Cost .59 X 23
    90182-06257 Nut List .49 Cost .36 X 2
    00295-00103 Fipg Pan Sealer List 12.78 Cost 9.36 X 2

    -Oil pan baffle – 12121-46030 List 13.83 Cost 10.57 from Elmhurst Toyota

    -Oil Pickup tube w/ gasket & bolts - from Elmhurst Toyota
    15104-46030 List 48.93 Cost 37.36
    90182-06005 Nut List .55 Cost .41 X 2
    91621-60612 Bolt List .60 Cost .44 X 1
    15147-ad010 Gasket List 2.40 Cost 1.77 X 1

    -Water Pump w/ gasket- 16100-49846 List 161.70 Cost 123.46 from Elmhurst Toyota

    -Timing Belt – 13568-49036 List 32.94 Cost 25.15 from Elmhurst Toyota

    -Hydraulic Tensioner – 13540-46030 List 68.53 Cost 52.32 from Elmhurst Toyota

    -Cam Shaft Seals – 90311-40020 List 6.80 Cost 5.19 Each (2 are needed) from Elmhurst Toyota

    -Valve Cover Seals
    11213-46020 Gasket, List 13.69 Cost 10.45
    11214-46011 Gasket, List 13.69 Cost 10.45 from Elmhurst Toyota

    -MKIV Power Steering Reservoir- from Toyota
    The MKIV one is not necessary, but I think it looks a lot better.

    -Serpentine Belt- from Toyota

    - Valve Cover Bolt washers- if needed (thanks tlo86) 90210-07001 X 16 $26.40

    - Thermostat w/ Gasket - from Toyota

    - Intercooler w/ custom piping-
    Last edited by eman2289; April 8th, 2008 at 09:36 AM.

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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    I like it

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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    yay! now i feel important. lol.

    Also, If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask in the thread and I will update the first post with a Q&A.

    88 Supra Turbo 5 Speed BPU... 2JZGTE DBB67 Started- 3/4/08. Done- never (but shes home!)
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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    90210-07001 Valve cover bolt washers x16 26.40
    serpentine should be around 57$ i went with a power enterprise for 90$ and a gates timing belt for 75$
    i would also do front and rear main seals (mine were bad) and water neck o-rings (buy them from toyota or spend 2 hours trying to smash the pipe down with the junk from a parts store hehe)
    thermostat+seal
    spark plugs
    i would suggest a bolt upgrade from twinsturbo.com for the coil packs (its like 10$)
    want to also throw out there the marlin crawler bushing and shifter socket upgrade(or at least buying new ones from toyota, my bushing was trashed and no shiftersocket)
    fuel pump

    just things i might be helpful

    edit: emissions hoses between valve covers as i keep forgetting to buy mine... they will be rock hard when taking them off and a straight hose just wont work it really should be shaped or it will kink
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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    Awesome. Very helpful, especially since I've been considering the swap for about a month now.

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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    Go for it. I cant wait for mine to done.

    A little info was added to the first post.

    88 Supra Turbo 5 Speed BPU... 2JZGTE DBB67 Started- 3/4/08. Done- never (but shes home!)
    Check it out- http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?t=67577

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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    Hey, I have a 1990 Toyota Supra with a 7MGE in it..

    I am planning on dropping in a 2JZ-GTE in the next month.

    I just have 2 questions..do I need to get a new oil pan and Drive Shaft?

    Other than that..I have everything else needed.

    Thanks,
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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    Quote Originally Posted by Poptart View Post
    Hey, I have a 1990 Toyota Supra with a 7MGE in it..

    I am planning on dropping in a 2JZ-GTE in the next month.

    I just have 2 questions..do I need to get a new oil pan and Drive Shaft?

    Other than that..I have everything else needed.

    Thanks,
    Ken

    you have to get a supra mid sump oil pan setup. not sure about the driveshaft. i don't know much about the W58 bolting up to the 2jz. you might be able to get a mkiv 5spd bellhousing and use it, then yes you can use your stock driveshaft.

    i switched to the R154, so i ended up buying a new 1 piece

    if you bought a R154, then you cannot use your stock shaft, it has different spline count

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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    Well, I got the 2JZ and everything on it, wiring harness, ECU and all..that needs.

    Automatic transmission came with it..so I am leaving it auto

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    Default Re: 2JZGTE MKIII Swap Info

    Unless it is easier to convert it to a manual..but then I think I would be spending more many then I want to..

    So far, I have..

    * Motor (2JZ-GTE)
    * Automatic Transmission
    * Engine Wiring Harness
    * All required Cables
    * Turbos
    * ECU
    * Distributor
    * Complete Intake Manifold
    * Alternator
    * A/C
    * Power Steering Pump
    * All Brackets and Sensors connected to the engine

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