You don't need to rebuild it just because it has 50,000 plus miles on it. My 91 has over 205,000 on the 22re and 194-196psi compression. If you put a turbo on the stock block you'll have to run super low boost, rear; minimal power gains. To do it right you'll need to do a rebuild with low compression pistons, preferably forged to take the extra abuse. DO NOT utilize the ct20 turbo that came on the 22rtec trucks, they're junk.
You can turbo charger just about anyhting. I found this link in a few seconds. Go to Dogpile.com, type in "Toyota turbo chargers". there are more there.
You can indeed put a turbocharger on just about anything. However, if the engine has more than 50,000 miles on it (it probably does) then it needs to be rebuilt. It needs to be rebuilt from the inside out, boared out, new pistons, spark plugs, the works. Yes, it's costly but if you slap a turbocharger on a high mileage engine, it WILL NOT be able to handle it and you will ruin it.
The spark plug gap for a 1987 Toyota pickup with a turbo engine should be set between .035 inches and .044 inches. A new spark plug will come with the gap already set and should not need to be adjusted.
2jzgte (Turbo) or 2jzge (Non Turbo) vvti engine
can you add a turbo charger to a Toyota cressida with a 7m- ge non turbo engine?
The stock boost of a 1987 Toyota Supra Turbo is 6.8 psi/0.46884349504 bar.
Probably a turbo 350.
Yes. They just dont typicaly come stock that way
130hp for the normally aspirated engine (non turbo) and 200hp for the turbo engine.
The Toyota Turbo diesel engine horsepower can range between 180 horsepower and 350 horsepower. The horsepower can be adjusted by the injector pump.
I have Toyota 2l-T engine the problem is the oil blowing on the exhaust is this the turbo charger problem?
Assuming you are in the US it would very rare because Toyota did not produce a code 2L-T turbo diesel after the 1986 model year for the US market. As a matter of fact they only produced the diesels engine for these trucks for 2 years Which were 1986-1988.
made them for a couple of years 86 -88 in pickups and 4 runners
The Ram pickup offers a Turbo Diesel engine. It is one of the few that hs that option.
12 cylinder engine twin turbo stock intercooler
If its a Tubro (7m-gte) then replace it with the turbo engine (7m-gte) If its non turbo, replace it with the non turbo. The Supras from 1986.5 to 1992 were all interchange able. In fact, the engines from the 79-86 Supras will bolt in as well, how ever they will not plug into your stock harness. The "M" series block is very very interchangeable. Also the 7m Series engine came in the Toyota Cressida of the same years....but only in non turbo form.
If they are square, YES!. If they are round, NO!. In 1989, Toyota did a mid year crossmember/engine mount change. The square ones will fit '86 to '89. The round ones will fit '89 to '92.
ofcourse they do, they blow on any engine
The best Toyota supra ever i believe it is the twin turbo. But if not still saticfied you should buy a new engine.
You can fit a turbocharger to almost any internal combustion engine if you have the expertise and the equipment. If it makes sense to do so is an entirely different question.
Yes you can, however it is only a minimal difference in performance and is very costly! I used to own a non turbo 1984 2+2, and it was a less than 10% add'l horsepower.
I think its six litres with an empty filter.
Full synthetic SAE 10w30.
The firing order on a Toyota supra turbo is 1,5,3,6,2,4