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Jan 18, 2020 - 8:55 AM Forum: General Discussion · Post Preview: #1104186 · Replies: 5 · Views: 507
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as much as i's hate to admit it, its time to sticky this in all forums, and get our backups in order, people...chee....ahh ****, why cant i tag you Mike thoma.....or even daniel....****!!!!!!

Jan 12, 2020 - 9:25 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1104147 · Replies: 2 · Views: 378
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Nov 21, 2019 - 12:23 PM Forum: Engine/Transmission/Maintenance · Post Preview: #1103943 · Replies: 6 · Views: 560
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Yup, its definetly a case of measure 100x, order shims if needed, then realize a couple measurements wernt perfect, reorder, ect...lol

Nov 16, 2019 - 8:46 AM Forum: Engine/Transmission/Maintenance · Post Preview: #1103903 · Replies: 6 · Views: 560
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you wont know till you put them in and measure clearances.

Nov 9, 2019 - 9:55 AM Forum: Engine/Transmission/Maintenance · Post Preview: #1103865 · Replies: 6 · Views: 560
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yes. but no.
clearances on shims and caps will be slightly diffrent between every set.
you will need to re-shim about every time.

Sep 14, 2019 - 6:12 AM Forum: Engine/Transmission/Maintenance · Post Preview: #1103585 · Replies: 2 · Views: 167
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nothing needed other than the correct mounts and brackets for the LH (Transmission) side and 205 shifter cables. 205 mount and bracket on the rear.
all the work for any "S" series engine (or 2gr for that matter ) will be on the RH frame rail.(by "all the work" i mean drill 2 holes)

Nov 4, 2018 - 8:01 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1100331 · Replies: 9 · Views: 2,961
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3" intake and 3" exhaust, and just about 18psi should net you right about 300whp on a 3rd gen in a FWD setup, repeatable on a dynojet over and over.
been proven a few times here, and is pretty typical.

both jim and dustin both made within 5-10whp with very similar setups, IIRC both have sheets posted in the dyno post thats in the FI stickys.

ngo, 3rd gen has 540cc injectors.
2nd gen has 440cc injectors.

Apr 28, 2018 - 7:17 AM Forum: Buying/Selling · Post Preview: #1097659 · Replies: 3 · Views: 417
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aubry reed @ reed grafix on facebook.
her husband anthony reed is the creator of toyota enthusiats on facebook, cool people, and aubry can make about any kind/style of sticker you can think up.

Apr 28, 2018 - 7:14 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1097658 · Replies: 65 · Views: 13,661
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good stuff man and decent #s for sure! tq looks to remain fairly steady thruout the run, which is awesome...the E85 runs are impressive! the S54 will hold the power, its the starts that kill the diff and axles..no problems with highway pulls, its the launches or even just quick starts and hardish shifts that'll kill the diff or snap an axle at these power levels.

Apr 7, 2018 - 6:24 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1097226 · Replies: 65 · Views: 13,661
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pretty sure walbro makes a e85 compatible replacement now, check out what all the mr2 guys are using. im sure aaron @ ats, eric @ hux racing or one of those guys will have a solid solution.

Mar 31, 2018 - 8:40 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1097024 · Replies: 65 · Views: 13,661
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lots of cool stuff here man! boost by gear can be a godsend in our fwd setups, especially as you ramp up the power.
a shame the board isnt as active with all the facebook stuff...guys could actually learn some stuff in this thread!!

Dec 22, 2017 - 8:57 PM Forum: Engine/Transmission/Maintenance · Post Preview: #1095083 · Replies: 3 · Views: 422
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i posted a couple pics on facebook when i pulled mine out of my old tranz..i think if ya go thru dustins old thread, right click on the pics and follow the link to his photobucket you can prolly find the pics with the part #s.
hit me on facebook and ill send ya the pics i have from when i pulled mine, a cheap steering wheel puller kit from harbor frieght, and another small puller was all it took, no special tools needed.

Aug 6, 2017 - 6:07 PM Forum: Engine/Transmission/Maintenance · Post Preview: #1092308 · Replies: 1 · Views: 486
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there is no fuse for the speed sensor.

Aug 27, 2016 - 8:57 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1084516 · Replies: 30 · Views: 14,761
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3rd gen uses 20b, manifold and turbo are seperate peices.
4th gen uses a one peice mainfold/turbo, usually called ct15.

Jul 4, 2016 - 6:49 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1083385 · Replies: 7 · Views: 2,721
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it shouldnt see manifold temp. its intake temp, not manifold temp (2 diffrent sensors, the 5s dont have a MAT.)
it should be in the intake piping, before the turbo.
drill a hole in the intake piping, use the grommet from the airbox, and install the sensor.

Jun 14, 2016 - 8:31 PM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1082872 · Replies: 3 · Views: 2,328
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just a tap of the pedal should activate the system, it should stop the pump if the car idles for more tthan 30 seconds or somthing like that, i dont know the exact time, since mine has always been wired to run full time.

Jun 12, 2016 - 8:19 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1082786 · Replies: 3 · Views: 2,328
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bridging the level sensor is a common thing, because even just a hair under a totally full intercooler will set code 54.

if you pull the LH side underplastic, you should be able to start the car, blip the throttle, then check for pump running. if not, its either dead or a wiring issue.

Jun 8, 2016 - 5:10 PM Forum: Off Topic · Post Preview: #1082632 · Replies: 16 · Views: 1,455
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build a booth as described above, wet the ground under and around the parts your painting, lots of cleaning of the panels to be painted, and lots of tacking with a tack cloth before and between coats of basecoat.
once you start clearing your pretty much stuck with what you get, but most small lint and dust can be wetsanded and buffed out.

May 30, 2016 - 9:09 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1082265 · Replies: 9 · Views: 2,143
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i dont understand the hesitation to install the fuel pump ken. it takes less than an hr, is super easy to install.
just google mr2 fuel pump test to see proven #s, to how the stock pump (even the turbo pump) gets weaker as you turn up the boost, because of the elevated pressure.
every psi of boost adds 1 psi to your fuel pressure. so @ 15psi, the pump thats been running for 20 years @ 36psi or whatever stock pressure is, is now @ 51psi, and struggling to keep up with flow demands.
you already said that it was leaener when you were running higher boost before, that just proves what ive been telling you on facebook.


also, just because its hitting 10:1 now, doesnt mean its safe either. if that sh*t 91 octane that you guys get in cali causes any knock events (which you may not even feel driving) the ecu will retard timing, and dump fuel like your seeing under boost now as well, and will continue that for a few cycles till the ecu determines that there arnt more knock events happening and slowly ramps things back up (you would hardly notice any of this happening in real time, BTW)

heres the flow chart of the diffrent pumps...look at how the na pump really looses flow as pressure goes up.

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May 17, 2016 - 5:13 AM Forum: Buying/Selling · Post Preview: #1081758 · Replies: 5 · Views: 1,237
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what makes your 94 celica, with 200+k on the chassis worth anything close to 9k?
actual car value is somewhere around 1500-2k...the swap dont really add 7k...so what gives?

May 16, 2016 - 5:09 PM Forum: Suspension/Handling/Braking · Post Preview: #1081742 · Replies: 15 · Views: 2,806
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Wait whu?? Rav4 hubs on a celica?? 5x114wha?? Seriously?! God damn, I must be living under a rock or sothing...lmao

May 14, 2016 - 9:31 AM Forum: Buying/Selling · Post Preview: #1081679 · Replies: 105 · Views: 10,839
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im just waiting on the TRD wing W/ C/F center, mike. if its available before your ready, ill do my best to get in.
i talked to edd the other day, he said he is waiting on his guy for the c/f work, apparently its taken more than 1 try to get it up to edds standards. do you have a quote for the standard TRD wing?

Apr 30, 2016 - 8:07 PM Forum: Meet/Event Discussion · Post Preview: #1081334 · Replies: 4 · Views: 970
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Thats right, its time for another 6GC EC meet!
This meet is litterally been going for 12 years now!

Facebook Event page


This year the date is Saturday, July 23rd!
we hope all of you can make it this year, last year was a blast , we hope this year will be just as fun!
here is a pic from last years meet :



and links from previous years:
http://www.6gc.net/forums/index.php?showto...amp;hl=csp+meet

for all of you that will be traveling, google colt state park, hope st, bristol, RI.

i hope everyone who has come to previous years can make it this year, and hope that lots of new people can make it as well!!

lets have some fun!!
lets discuss and get the plans together!!!!
hope to see you all there!!

Mar 27, 2016 - 9:49 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1080246 · Replies: 22 · Views: 6,799
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So....since matt brought this back from the dead...(pun intended..lol) i figure might as well add my part of the info, and what i found...

Dustin, Steff, and myself all checked the wiring on this car, over and over, trying to find some fault, and to our surprize, we couldnt find any.
We got to the point where I was ready to pull the harness out and send it to be looked over and rebuilt!!
fortunately, before I did, I decided that I should at least check the crank sensor, even though Matt had told me that he had replaced it already...
Heres what I found.

Where the Crank Sensor mounts to the Oil Pump housing, there are 2 small "guide pins" that hold the crank sensor in the proper orientation relative to the trigger wheel on the oil pump pully.
without them, the sensor can shift and become misaligned with the trigger wheel, or even worse, contact the trigger wheel.

on Matts car, one of the guide pins was missing, causing the sensor to shift and contact the trigger wheel.

heres a pic showing the damage to the trigger wheel, and the missing guide pin.

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the sensor out of the car, showing the damage to the sensor

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a closeup of the trigger wheel damage

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So, I contacted Martin Vernier on facebook, hes a great source for used gen3 or 4 3sgte parts, and he hooked me up with an oil pump pully and sensor for a good deal, and once i got everything reinstalled, i snapped a pic of the clearance between the sensor and the trigger wheel to give matt an idea of how small the clearance actually is...(its around .030 or so, just FYI)

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all that time and effort, all caused by one small peice of the puzzle...

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your welcome matt!!!! laugh.gif

Mar 26, 2016 - 8:46 AM Forum: Forced Induction · Post Preview: #1080194 · Replies: 9 · Views: 3,016
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nope sorry.
martin vernier on facebook is a reliable source for gen3/4 parts now a days. IIRC primemr2.com has em new for around 150 or so.

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