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Old 09-18-2012, 07:39 PM   #151 (permalink)
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Well the 2rz didn't work out
Its all good still looking, considering the 3rz too. If anybody knows of someone with a wrecked 4cyl taco, 4runner, or t100 let me know.
Hahaha a Tacoma engine in a ae86?? Like a 2.7 that would be pretty sweet. I hope you can find one in manual.






Is is mine. Idk what my best mpg in it is because my speedometer doesn't work

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Old 09-18-2012, 11:03 PM   #152 (permalink)
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interface engine ? thats one with a fancy computer module ?

chain broke ? .. timing chain ?

could be just a new chain and time the thing.. i mean get the chain replaced and correct.. .. needs knowledge skills and ability..,
but not a real big tool set i dont think..

what a perfect time to find an engine guy for your type ..

refresh that engine with a *specialty* cam

bore it out a little . flow the heads ..

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i went looking for a core to rebuild ,, got a couple hits..

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Old 09-18-2012, 11:28 PM   #153 (permalink)
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Mgb mpg I meant valves smack pistons when the timing chain broke it has been shown with the 22re that a cam, header, upgraded fuel system, 10.5:1 compression, 3angle valve job ect only puts out 130 hp or so. A stock 22rte only puts out 130hp. So for alot of money into it I can have 130 hp, or transplant a more modern dohc motor with 50% more power.
Jakins the Ae86 is a corolla, I have a Celica, came with a 22re(2.4 truck motor) yeah I want a 2.7 l motor 150 hp vs 105hp.
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:13 AM   #154 (permalink)
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Old 09-19-2012, 03:46 AM   #155 (permalink)
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I'm sorry, I jumped to the last page and hear 20v 4age and thought we were talking about corollas. But either way the 3rz would be pretty sick in a little rwd Toyota. By brother has a Tacoma 4cyl an we hauled like nearly 1000 pounds of concrete no problem haha


Ah damn dude clk55 convertible? That's pretty freaking rad. Buut I'm going to have to say I like the f430's in the back a little more. Have you ever gotten to drive one of those??
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:30 AM   #156 (permalink)
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She looks good! This is going to sound contradicting, but I am not a convertible guy, or specialty rim guy, but she looks clean and nice. In that first image, though, I was a little more occupied by all the other cars... Lol, did you get a chance to touch the Ferrari's?
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:29 PM   #157 (permalink)
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I'm sorry, I jumped to the last page and hear 20v 4age and thought we were talking about corollas. But either way the 3rz would be pretty sick in a little rwd Toyota. By brother has a Tacoma 4cyl an we hauled like nearly 1000 pounds of concrete no problem haha


Ah damn dude clk55 convertible? That's pretty freaking rad. Buut I'm going to have to say I like the f430's in the back a little more. Have you ever gotten to drive one of those??
Thanks man, Sadly i have not driven an F430 yet I have driven a Z06 like the ones in the back though and that's the only vette i really love. We do have a Ferrari in the family though 85 308 GTSi Quattrovalve but i don't dare post that on here to avoid being stoned to death due to the Ghastly gas mileage lol.
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Old 09-19-2012, 10:16 PM   #158 (permalink)
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That's freaking sick
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Smackin .. valve>piston dont sound good

nuttin wrong with truck engines the *B* engine is truck derivative
after all we dont want new cams and bored out for the power out put , rather for the economy factor [ id like you to think]

you know better than me .. i drove a Celica in Germany one year , last century ..
nice ride
"Celica, came with a 22re(2.4 truck motor) yeah I want a 2.7 l motor 150 hp vs 105hp."
if those power plants will drop in should be able to find a crashed unit in any big city salvage yard .. of "unknown " quality

i think i want a long range machine with a steam engine .. boiler fed with wood pellets .. take about an hour to get it up to run then run for 12 hours .. fireman ,fireman shovel that coal [nope auger from a wood pellet bin]

i know just the airbody i would want ..

optimized for 100Kph..

kinda of a post apocalyptic steam punk thing..
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:41 PM   #160 (permalink)
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The good news is the Celica does not have any valve or piston damage. She is getting a new timing kit, cam, and gaskets. Timing kit includes tensioner, water pump gasket, valve cover gasket, sprokets, chain, guides, chain cover gaskets, and various seals. Also picked up a master gasket kit so I will prob have some duplicates.
Ordered from Engnblder and very happy with the service and prices.

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