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It needs to be done because some coolant pipes located extremely close to the body shell.
It is almost impossible to resolve this problem without re-installing the engine.
Moreover, some oil and fuel lines needs to be changed for bigger ones. and some new parts needs to be installed.
made from D16T aluminum alloy and Borg Warner frictions and mid disks. Enjoy!
Here you can see almost ready car.
engine has run about 600km and tuned up to 0.6 kg/cm2 of boost.
final calibrating will be done after 1000 km to be in safe
here you can find:
- fuel tank located behind rear seats,
- running engine,
- defi gauges
- electronic gear selector
- GEARBOX ECU
- Stock taho and speedometer working well
- Garrett GT4088
and maybe something else interesting!
sorry for photos quality)))
Now I have no enough time to complete everything. Here is the version 1.02.
At the moment we have fitted AWD transmission to the reap part of the Mazda. Completed 15 wet disks clutch assembling.
Drive shaft between gearbox and engine is used from JZX115 4wd Toyota mark2
Clutch is heavy enough. i didn't expected that
here you can see front axle (AWD)
Here is the wiring diagram from Honda to Toyota 2JZ-GTE
2JZ is connected to JZX-100 TourerV harness, so this diagram is usable for all Mark2/Chaser JZX100 to connect it to cheap AEM EMS.
EMS could be bought on Ebay for 400 USD, so it is one of the most affordable good ECU
Please see full screen to get whole diagram
watch it out!
I have always felt that my '8, for whatever reason, consumed way less oil than it should for the kind of driving I engage in. After three different motors (each with a different OMP) and a string of PCM recalibrations, the oil consumption continued to dwindle to the point where, as it stands, my motor consumes no oil at all.
Now, I pre-mix fairly heavily (8 oz pr 14 gal of fuel, about 220:1), so I have been banking heavily on the insurance this provides. However, I was looking to discover a means to get the OMP to deliver more oil than it has been on its own.
I took apart one of the spare OMPs that I have laying around.
The OMP has a stepper motor that drives a geared cam that is regulated by a position sensor (interestingly enough, it is a throttle position sensor from the KL series of motors used in the MX6/MX-3/626/929/Millennia). When the PCM commands the valve open, it rotates in a counter-clockwise direction in a series of steps
Here will be used 4 ECU:
- AEM EMS
- Stock for all stock systems like VSC
- Gearbox ECU (hand made)
- ECU for Electric steering
hand made ECU you can find below on photos
Stock ECU's are moved to passengers floor to be in safety and to use its space under bonnet for turbo piping
driveshaft is broken((( is was too thing.
adapters from crankshaft to drive shaft are gone((( now trying to make new ones.
new drive shaft will be from steel and will have movable joints.
in two words: this construction need to be improved dramatically
pictures provided are the pictures taken by me using mobile phone)))
here are two cars My MAZDA RX8 and Toyota Supra
it's just the firs part of photos, if some one want I can add extra photos)
anyway we've got funny time with professional photographers
calculated for 100 kg/m of torque plus some extra)
Despite on it, this is affordable rods, and good for stock replacement for engine rebuilding
Achieving good airflow through the cylinder head is essential for creating big horsepower. How does increasing airflow get you more power? To start, an engine is basically an air pump. To create the most power possible, it is important to get the maximum amount of fresh air into and burnt exhaust out of the engine with the least amount of mechanical effort. Excess intake and exhaust port restriction makes more work for the engine--work that is not used to turn the wheels. This extra work is called pumping loss.
Port work on most modern, high-output engines is usually limited to detail work, but