I have seen this done previously, but not in person. Because the block is essentially the same in the 2JZgte and the 2JZge, I can't see why it would be a problem bolting the actual box up, but you would need to use the 5 Speed clutch as well, because the splines on the 6sp are different. The tailshaft may be different as well, but that's an easy modification also.
a supra isn't that fast but the turbo is high
Yes, but a 7m-ge W58 bellhousing and a 7m-ge W58 flywheel will be required. There are also differences in the throwout bearings, make sure to get the correct one for the pressure plate you will be using. www.driftmotion.com
As fast as you want until the motor blows. Don't push it past 10 mph,,,,,It's not made for that.
there are 276 trading card in top gear turbo.
go to a newsagent and just ask have you got any top gear turbo challenge trading cards
the stock Toyota gear ratio is 4.11
yes they are called top gear turbo challange
when i did the clutch in my 1988 non turbo supra we had to take off the starter it was a pain it took us six hours just to get the one bolt off we tried using extension and everything we finaly got it off by going the inside of the car through where the gear shifter is put a couple extensions on it have one person hold it on the bolt and the other go at it with an impact driver by far the most difficult job i ve done on my car is that one starter bolt good luck
Check for damaged or inoperative idle control valve assembly.
A turbo transmission is does not involve turbo in the conventional sense at all. A turbo takes exhaust gases straight off the cylinder head via a special exhaust manifold, and uses that air velocity to force air into the intake. This has a cost of having the incoming air to the engine hotter than what is ideal, but there is a trade off with any system. A turbo transmission, such as GM's turbo hydramatic, is merely a name GM assigned to the transmission. GM's Turbo Hydramatic 700R4 transmission was their first with an overdrive gear. This overdrive gear was a higher gear ration than previous transmission's 3rd gear and gave much better gas mileage on the street. So, a turbo transmission does not actually use turbo, it is just a name for a transmission with another gear for highway use. Turbo in this sense is just a name.
If your turbo 350 won't shift out of first gear, it could indicate a frozen transmission gear. You should first check to ensure the fluid levels are in the right place.
Not worth changing to a 6-gear manual, an entire new engine would be needed. As for turboing a non turbo supra that part is also annoying, as the internals for a non turbo and turbo supra is different. You would have to buy a conversion kit which will set u back like 5k You need a 6 speed manual twin turbo Toyota Supra that's been hit in the back. The conversion is straightforward but time-consuming: park the donor car next to yours and transfer everything under the hood of the donor to your car. Also make sure to change the computer, which is in the passenger compartment. I just did this swap. Although it is time consuming, you don't need a new engine like these people said. You need: Trans, driveshafts, rear differential, left axle, computer, clutch pedal, and the computer is optional, but reccomended. You'll also need a new center console. Toyota makes everything required, but it all comes factory Japan, so it will take about 2 months to get everything. I bought almost everything from Ebay or craigslist. It took a while, but if you look online you'll see others who have done it and it's a much more fun driving car and well worth the time and money. (I'm the one who recommended buying the wreck and swapping over all the parts. The answer right above this one indicates the guy has a non-turbo engine in his car, and the questioner wanted the twin-turbo engine. They are not the same inside--if you want the twin turbo engine you are best off swapping the whole engine instead of trying to hunt down a Supra twin turbo setup and grafting it onto a non-turbo engine.) My setup is in fact a 2jz-gte engine factory automatic that I swapped to the factory 6 speed v160. The engine is the same, except for the throw out bearing and the pilot bearing for the transmission to mate to the engine. All of the sensors are the same or not needed on the TT 6 speed version.
it stands for low. think of it as first gear.
As far as I am aware is the gear ratios are different. However the later model remote shifter W58 behind the N/A 2JZ-GE in the JZA80 supra has different internal setup using different and slightly stronger bearings.
1995 Toyota Corolla automatic transmission won't go sin any gear
Yes it will affect it, I've experienced this twice. The first time it snapped and the other time the end had came out of the transmission. Toyota uses an electronically controlled transmission so if it is broken or not plugged into the transmission, it will not shift out of 1st gear. Seems whenever i bought my cable it costed $80???? at Toyota.
where do you find the filling plug for the gear oil on a 1993 Toyota tercel
That wire is for kick down gear or passing gear.
£1.50 a pack
The 1989 supra turbo would be the fastest. 1989-1992 were basically the same car though. the 1987-1988 supra turbos had slightly less power, 2hp and 8lbs of torque, so they are about the same as well. There is no real speed dif. A non targa turbo would be faster, due to less weight, but not by much. Maybe 100lbs lighter? I think the targas cool factor is worth the 100lbs. The fastest a mag clocked a mk3 turbo was 0-60 in 6.6 seconds and 15.1 1/4 mile at around 91mph. They feel much faster. Once in 3rd gear you can keep up with anything. They do weigh alot, but they are a very good riding and handling car. If you find a 87 or 88 supra turbo, its the same as a 1989 in most aspects. The speed dif isn't really noticble, so if you want one get it. Hope I was of some help to you.
of course, a turbo improves the horsepower and torque, it doesn't change gear ratios or anything like that.
In Toyota rav4 2002 why the doors lock when shift the gear to P position?
The gear ratio in the 1979 Ford Mustang turbo four is 3.45:1