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Old 04-06-2007, 02:59 AM   #11
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245892 (86-87) Toyota Supra 86-92 A1 Rear Traction Arms - Pair $170.00 $170.00
19282 Toyota Supra 86-92 AEM Tru-Time Adjustable Cam Gears - 7MGTE - Polished (3 Bolt Design) $169.98 $169.98
47787 (87-88) Toyota Supra 86-92 AEM EMS Engine Management Stand Alone - Turbo, M/T Only $1,758.07 $1,758.07
312372 Universal Aeromotive High Flow Fuel Rails $39.00 $39.00
131593 Universal Apexi Power Replacement Air Filters - UNIVERSAL FILTER AND 75MM FLANGE $82.67 $82.67
8021 Toyota Supra 86-92 ARP Head Studs - 7MGTE (includes nuts) $121.08 $121.08
229017 Toyota Supra 86-92 Cooleeze Intercooler Piping Kits - with Spearco IC and HKS BOV $498.75 $498.75
115127 Toyota Supra 86-92 Cusco ALC OS Strut Tower Bars - Front (Special Order) $181.40 $181.40
136952 Toyota Supra 86-92 Endless 4 Piston Slotted Rotors Big Brake Kits - (86.5-92) 1-pc 302x22mm $3,060.00 $3,060.00
56889 Toyota Supra 86-92 Greddy Extreme Timing Belts - (turbo) 7M-GTE $122.43 $122.43
3738 Toyota Supra 86-92 HKS Downpipes - 75mm Pipe Dia. $185.06 $185.06
3620 Toyota Supra 86-92 HKS Super Drager Exhaust Systems - Turbo (85mm, 120mm tip) $602.44 $602.44
6291 Universal HKS Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulators - 2.0 5.0 kg/cm2, 28 71 PSI $171.60 $171.60
992 Universal HKS In Tank Fuel Pumps - 71gph@45psi $554.40 $554.40
4714 Toyota Supra 86-92 HKS Metal Head Gaskets - Bead (2.0mm thick, 86mm bore) $239.11 $239.11
1123 Universal HKS Racing Type S S Wastegates - 1.6 kg/cm2 (brown) $611.60 $611.60
48869 Toyota Supra 86-92 Hose Techniques Hose Kits - Turbo - Super Red $68.00 $68.00
136492 Toyota Supra 86-92 LIPP MK3 Bolt-on Turbo Kits - Stage 5, TO4E 68 (700hp) with lines and big shaft $1,635.00 $1,635.00
84869 Toyota Supra 86-92 Powerhouse 7MGTE Exhaust Manifolds $699.00 $699.00
110689 Universal RC Engineering Saturated High Resistance Fuel Injectors - 650cc $94.94 $94.94
134261 Toyota Supra 86-92 RK Bushings - Full Kit $650.00 $650.00
9636 Toyota Supra 86-92 Suspension Techniques Sway Bars - Set $264.85 $264.85
100444 Toyota Supra 86-92 Tein Super Street Type SS Coilovers - (Drop 1.8" Front, 1.3" Rear) $950.00 $950.00
46387 Universal Vibrant Universal Catalytic Converters - 3" Inlet/Outlet ID, Oval Body, 16" length $79.74 $79.74
184118 Toyota Supra 86-92 Yonaka Motorsports Complete Engine Gasket Sets - 7MGTE $147.15 $147.15

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i think that was about all
all parts and numbers are from http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com
i chose this because i live in washington and they are in portland so cheap shipping and no sales tax

oh and one last thing, im having troubles finding out how to change the BGH with the motor already out of the car. it gets confusing with the other ones that tell you how to do it while in the car dissconnect this wire and that. i dont have anything on there its just the block, only things missing are the TB,3000,IC&pipes,turbo,and fan.
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intake: PHR 4inch intake/K&N filter/3 inch intercooler/ pipeFMIC/greddy type R bov/
fuel: 550cc PTE/ walbro 255lp / Aeromotive adj pressure regulator
transmission: Fidenza flywheel/ACT extreme kit
electronics: map ecu 1 / HKS EVC 9
gauges:boost,EGT,oil temp & pressure/aem AFR

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Old 04-06-2007, 04:40 AM   #12
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pics of the motor.
Engine1
engine2
Engine3
polished up some parts.

and i dont know how this works but this is where the oil filter would go but the previous owner has put this weird ghetto thingy on there. so if you know how it works tell me thanks

Ghetto oil thingy
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fidenza cam gears
intake: PHR 4inch intake/K&N filter/3 inch intercooler/ pipeFMIC/greddy type R bov/
fuel: 550cc PTE/ walbro 255lp / Aeromotive adj pressure regulator
transmission: Fidenza flywheel/ACT extreme kit
electronics: map ecu 1 / HKS EVC 9
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Old 04-06-2007, 06:48 AM   #13
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That weird ghetto oil thingy is/was part of an oil filter relocation kit. Lol. Most people do it because the oil filter is a bitch to get to once the engine is in the car.
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Old 04-06-2007, 08:55 AM   #14
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yea i know, my car has been pickin up the knock sensor and has been runnin rich. so i had a gas smell to my oil. so i had to change the oil and filter and it was a bitch. but how do i work that thing. i mean theres 2 hoses shouldnt there only be one
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fidenza cam gears
intake: PHR 4inch intake/K&N filter/3 inch intercooler/ pipeFMIC/greddy type R bov/
fuel: 550cc PTE/ walbro 255lp / Aeromotive adj pressure regulator
transmission: Fidenza flywheel/ACT extreme kit
electronics: map ecu 1 / HKS EVC 9
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I believe its the feed and return hoses. I've never looked into an oil filter relocation kit so I'm not sure what is included in it.
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Old 04-06-2007, 07:11 PM   #16
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see thats what i figured it was, i just labled it ghetto because it looks like gardening hoses comeing off of it

but about getting that enine down to the head while its out of the bay. what all do i need to take off to do this
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fidenza cam gears
intake: PHR 4inch intake/K&N filter/3 inch intercooler/ pipeFMIC/greddy type R bov/
fuel: 550cc PTE/ walbro 255lp / Aeromotive adj pressure regulator
transmission: Fidenza flywheel/ACT extreme kit
electronics: map ecu 1 / HKS EVC 9
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Old 04-06-2007, 07:30 PM   #17
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The hose in the middle is the feed line (unfiltered oil going to the filter) the hose on the side is the return (filtered oil going to the engine).

Taking the head off with the engine out of the vehicle is 10X easier than with it in. All that talk about disconnecting wires does not apply to you. Come on, its not rocket science, just take the parts off until you get to the head bolts. Since its out of the car you can leave the CPS, water outlet housing, exhaust manifold AND entire intake manifold on the head and still take the head off. Just take off the turbo, pop that timing belt off, disconnect the little 90 degree coolant hose at the rear exhaust manifold side and the 90 degree coolant hose on the bottom of the water outlet housing and loosen the 10mm allen head bolts under the valve covers and off it comes. Actually now that I think of it, there is one tiny coolant line under the lower intake manifold that needs to come off (connects to the water bypass pipe) so you will need to take off the upper intake manifold to get at it. Wait, the motor is out of the car, nevermind, just don't forget to take it off.

If you are sending the head out to get machined than you have to strip off pretty much everything that bolts to the head.

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hmm well i knew it would be easiser with it out of the bay but when i was looking at the tutorials i was just like damn, this is gonna be a bitch. but now when i hear that its almost like 5-6 things i goto do man i could have it apart in 30mins. goto love air tools :0.mmm yea i need to check the condition of the head before i think of sendind it off. i have a friend who is a machinest i can just have him do it for free. but yea thanks guys and does anyone know where you get the front facing intake manifolds. or are those custom made or what
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exhaust: 3inch pipes no cat/powerhouse manifold/garret gt47 18psi/HKS SS racing wastegate
fidenza cam gears
intake: PHR 4inch intake/K&N filter/3 inch intercooler/ pipeFMIC/greddy type R bov/
fuel: 550cc PTE/ walbro 255lp / Aeromotive adj pressure regulator
transmission: Fidenza flywheel/ACT extreme kit
electronics: map ecu 1 / HKS EVC 9
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The universal fuel rail won't work. Use the stock rail and drill and tap it for -08 supply and -06 return. A friend of mine just put down 814rwhp using a stock rail with a single -08 feed line. If you want to run dual feeds use -06. You may need to relocate the alternator to run dual feeds.
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You may need to relocate the alternator to run dual feeds.
oh comeon its not like you need the alternator when you say drill and tap, where the main lines hook up or the internal of the housing?
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exhaust: 3inch pipes no cat/powerhouse manifold/garret gt47 18psi/HKS SS racing wastegate
fidenza cam gears
intake: PHR 4inch intake/K&N filter/3 inch intercooler/ pipeFMIC/greddy type R bov/
fuel: 550cc PTE/ walbro 255lp / Aeromotive adj pressure regulator
transmission: Fidenza flywheel/ACT extreme kit
electronics: map ecu 1 / HKS EVC 9
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