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05-13-2005, 01:02 PM #11Originally Posted by turbogoo1
p.s. I've added a timing belt tensioner to the list of new parts for each 6mge.
05-19-2005, 02:11 AM #12Originally Posted by Kevin Kisseberth87 turbo targa bone ass stock
07-08-2005, 12:51 PM #13Junior Member
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What other parts would you be able to include/replace prior to shipment? The car I'm swapping one into is QUITE tired and poorly maintained- also, do the stock 5m oil filters work on the 6m? And what oil grade do you reccomend- I know these things change sometimes- Thanks, Mark W.
07-08-2005, 05:00 PM #14
I would be able to do anything prior to shipping, head rebuild, custom cams, metal head gasket w/ ARP studs, etc. What are you SERIOUS about getting done? The 5m oil filter is the same as the 6m filter. Just run 10w30 in the engine. I run Castrol in my vehicles.
08-24-2005, 03:30 AM #15
Ever think of sellin them compleate with Turbo upgraded parts and percautions?Mark
10-14-2005, 04:37 PM #16driftartist Guest
i dont know if yo remember me prolly not. but i ordered your 6m motor and i was unaware that you could have done all that rebuild stuff. kinda suck but its ok.
the motor you sent me is going in in 2 weeks but i has been sitting in my garage for a few months doing nothing...will it be safe? will all the seals and everytihng inside still be ok though it has been motionless? please respond to my email email@example.com i am concerned cause now i dont know how to rebuild the engine myself. i just wanna be comforted knowing that the motor will be fine as you shipped it to me.
10-17-2005, 02:49 PM #17
I'll cc this response to your e-mail. The engine should be fine. Just remember...when you are getting ready to start the engine, pull the efu fuse, and turn the engine over with the starter, and build up oil pressure. Install EFI fuse, start it up, and go have some fun.
10-18-2005, 02:11 AM #18driftartist Guest
thank you i reall apprecciate it...my friends were telling me stupid rumors and made me worry. thanks though aaron
10-18-2005, 02:40 AM #19driftartist Guest
i heard from other members that i need to swap the 5mge oil pan and pick up and pump and put them on the 6mge. is this true? if so how do i do it. i am sure i can figure it out but is this necessary? they said it doesnt bolt up right. someone help?
10-18-2005, 03:56 AM #20
Yes, this is necessary.
Standard oil pan on a 6MGE which is a center drop pan, is designed for the cars that they came in (ie: Soarer, Crown sedans, etc). Pan will not clear the crossmember on the MA Supra, which requires a front drop pan. Thus the reason why you need to reuse the 5MGE pan.
6M oil pickup is also designed for the center drop pan.... See where this is going??
Uhmmmm.... Who said "what" does not bolt up properly????Chris Eng
1981 MA47 Silver Metallic 5ME Automatic
1985 MA67 Super Deep Red 5MGE 5-speed
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