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    Chassis Codes:

    Most of these are from Tein.

    1JZ:
    JZX91 Mark II/Chaser/Cresta
    JZX100 Mark II/Chaser/Cresta
    JZX110 Mark II/Verosa
    JXZ110W Mark II Bilt
    JZZ30 Soarer / mid / TT / hydro / ??? / JDM

    2JZ:
    JZS147 Aristo / front / TT / hydro / ??? / JDM
    JZS161 Aristo / front / TT / hydro / ??? / JDM


    Auto Trannys:
    (Atleast I think so, so much conflicting data...)

    A340E:
    M bellhousing
    * 1987-1992 Cressida
    * 1986-1998 Toyota Supra non-turbo
    * 1987-1992 Toyota Supra turbo
    JZ bellhousing
    * 1993-1995 Lexus GS300 3.0L I6
    * 1992-1998 Lexus SC300 3.0L I6
    * 1992-1998 MkIV NA Supra
    Other Bellhousing
    * 1995-1998 Pickup 2.4L I4, 3.0L V6, 3.4L V6 (Tacoma)
    * 1993-1995 T100 3.0L V6
    * 1993-1997 Previa 2.4L w/supercharger
    * 1989-2002 4-Runner
    * 2001-2003 Sequoia
    * 2000-2003 Tundra

    A341E:
    JZ Bellhousing
    * 1993-1998 Toyota Supra turbo
    UZ Bellhousing
    * 1992-1997 Lexus SC400 4.0L V8
    * 1992-1998 Lexus LS400 4.0L V8
    Other
    * 1993-1997 Volvo 2.6L I6 (AW30-40LE)

    A350E (5 speed):
    * 1995+ GS300
    81 280ZX | 04 WRX | 07 Toyota Yaris Hatch | 69 Lotus Europa.

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    For those interested. Through Jeff W @ Champion Toyota the required parts for the mid/front oil pan swap (as of today's prices) $422.48.

    Oil Pan:

    To convert mid sump to front sump. You need the upper and lower oil pan. The pickup, gaskets and baffle plate associated. You need the front sump dipstick and front sump oil drain fitting if using the stock twin turbos.
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    I forgot to mention that you would also need the 2 turbo drain rubber hoses from the front sump twins. The original mid sump ones do not fit correctly.

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    no problems there, that's easy enough to cover with non-Toyota parts suppliers.

    Mike
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    OK, I can't find this info anywhere and I need to get Jeff Watson the info so he can send me the right pan (instead of another mid-sump).

    what year was the 1JZ-GTE in the JZX81-B Chaser? Will the Aristo front sump work on a 1J (I'm pretty sure, but making sure) and what years Aristo?

    At this point, even a single year of a Chaser or Aristo that without-a-doubt will have the front sump that will fit a 1JZ-GTE.

    I need to know ASAP. Thanks to anyone that can help.
    Mike
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    I was just about to point out that there are a few different front sumps, so the part numbers and possibly pictures of the differences should be posted. Some are a little bit wider, with a wide pickup.

    Lexus 2J should be front sump, so I would check with the lex dealer.

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    Sump

    I am pretty certain that Pituala used the complete US-spec Lexus GS300 pan/pickup/sump pieces. I sure hope so as that's what I'm having shipped to me as I type this!
    1985 P-Type, 1JZGTE/Stock Twins/W58/FMIC/3" exhaust (SOLD)

    1984 P-Type, RIP 4/07

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    ^^ This is correct, 93-94 GS300 works 100%. Parts numbers are as follows.

    Upper oil pan, aluminum part, bolts to bottom of the block: 12111-46102 $238
    Lower oil pan, steel part, bolts to bottom of upper pan:
    Lower pan baffel: 12121-46010 $43.65
    Oil pickup:
    Dipstick: 15301-46022 $20.23
    Dipstick Guide: 11452-46010 $26.11
    Bolts for lower pan, pickup, and baffel (all the same) 90119-06624 $1.58 ea.

    Still trying to find my other reciept with the numbers for the lower pan and pickup, and upper pan bolt numbers.
    Someone send me a 2JZ harness that they need fixed, modded, or thinned down. I'm becoming bored very quickly.

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    Upper oil pan, aluminum part, bolts to bottom of the block: 12111-46102 $238
    OMG, I am going to go buy a bunch of these and sell them!

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    AFAIK all JZ series sumps are interchangeable.

    The JZS147 and equivalent GS300 have a front sump, not sure what years they are exactly but that's the first generation. The second generation (JZS161) I'm not sure of though, I've never seen one up close.

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