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Board index Contact us.Flat Style by Ian Bradley. Privacy Terms. Quick links. Board index Tech Engine and Drivetrain. I'm looking for power in the whp range for now, and may go to in the future.
I've searched quite a bit for info on turbocharging the 3TC, but they all seem to redirect to the old 3tcgarage. As far as long block goes it will obviously be fully forged. My only concern is the only connecting rods I have found are Eagle H-beams. I will also be using Wiseco 8. Should I mess with porting the head or installing larger valves or leave it be? I'm sure more questions will arrive as I go on concerning drive train.
For now the plan is a w-series trans and ford 9". Any help is appreciated, thanks! Re: 3TC Turbo?
Another thing look around on the forum bro there's a lot of us guys messing around with turbos so feel free to pm or ask. It blows my mind to see compression numbers that low, I have never come across that. Unless you already have a 9" of course. Good Luck on your build. The reason I ask is because I wonder if would be worth my while building something like this, or swapping an Altezza engine and trans. You have a choice of a number of different factory pistons for a junker build actually!
Certain Mitsubishi 4G63 turbo engines have pistons with the correct 22mm wrist pin also. I had the 3TC rods machined for floating pin so I could use the late model ones from the doner engine as I felt it could be less prone to nipping up with heat stress. I believe the stock 3TC pins could be used if desired.3tc TURBO TOYOTA COROLLA1.8 - JIMENEZ 1.8 RACING - INSANE DYNO PULL 742HP
Yes they are both the same length. I know 35psi is achievable! You should be looking for around to rwhp at those boost levels depending on turbo efficiency If you change out that turbo one day for a bigger item, take care of the intercooling water meth is my favouritethen a junker build can go rwhp.
I'd slip a mild cam in if you were not already thinking of it regrind or 2nd hand all good. Then later when you get bored and slip on a bigger turbo then you can just keep winding it up. Board index Contact us.Remember Me? What's New? Page 2 of 4 First 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: Results 16 to 30 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Picked up some earls gear for the turbo and I think I've got them set where I want them. Oil feed is going to run round the mack then across to the oil pressure sender which i have tee'd.
Thinking of getting some copper pipe made up to go from the tee to the back of the engine to meet up with the braided oil line. Water lines are going to go directly from the water pump to the part pictured in the back of the head.
Can anyone see any problems with this? Wish i knew where all the water went and what directions it was meant to flow in the engine. Last edited by godlovesugly; at PM. Mine was about that close and regularly had over-temp issues. You said you'd chose 7. With a ABDC like that maybe the motor would respond better with a little more compression? Also your dynamic compression ratio would be VERY low 5.
Originally Posted by Radar. Hey just a question, have you looked into cranking pressure or dynamic compression ratio's with the cam and compression ratio your running? Just been doing some theory research and the experts all recon low compression sux, and it appears you will have uber low dynamic compression Originally Posted by Hurricane. Originally Posted by thechuckster. Originally Posted by NME The theory works well on what is normally accepted spark timing i.
Got taught it by my brother - if your engine has somewhat low compression up the timing to match! On a real low compression motor with a normal timing map the air fuel mix will burn rather slowly and still be releasing energy while the piston is half way down the bore! To speed things up and get the combustion energy release where it is needed i. Take an old V8 with stock bottom end which someone had done some port work to the heads and jammed in a big cam A quick distributor remap turns it into a snappy responsive engine which the owner does'nt even recognise!
I had one with a five speed to go with it that I was going to use in a Track-T project. My X-bitch got it all and sold it dirt cheap to a guy she knows I hate. Should of killed her when I got the chance.
But, I digress. There are all kinds of aftermarket crap for them. It goes pretty good for what it is. It has 31" tall tires and 3. It is cool to wind it throught the gears and listen to the noise. It is probably more fun that way than if it was actually fast. I think the quad-four motors look pretty coolDuring these challenging times, we guarantee we will work tirelessly to support you. We will continue to give you accurate and timely information throughout the crisis, and we will deliver on our mission — to help everyone in the world learn how to do anything — no matter what.
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One highly recommended kit is from TurboKits. You will also need to purchase a wideband O2 sensor with gauge and a boost controller or boost pressure gauge.
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Check and make sure all parts are included. If not, contact supplier for replacement parts because it is important that all parts are included because the vehicle may not run. Remove Exhaust Manifold. Access vehicle engine control unit. Remove center console and passenger glove compartment for access to the engine control unit and its wiring ECU.
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