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    CelicaSupra.com Member wagzilla's Avatar
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    Fluidampr - 840801 - Toyota

    what about this one??
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    I've had both the Ati and Fluidampr. Even the first generation one aluminum Fluidampr. The steel version you show is their best offering. Uses the OEM belt, and will last "forever" and never need rebuilding.

    The ATi is "hone to fit" style, some heat helps but it's a lot more snug. I never ever found this necessary on our engines, and a lot of people making over 1000hp aren't complaining.

    Plus, every decade or so, the rubber ring in the ATi should be replaced/rebuild the unit. The LSX folks have already broken ATi crank pulleys, but those are different design than the JZ.

    As stated, it may be possible to sit an engine a little lower, I'm not sure on that.

    I've chosen to use the Fluidampr for its simplicity, longevity, ease of service, and keeping the OEM belt. It still has provisions for a dry sump pulley, you just have to call.

    I even made a 36-1 trigger wheel for a Fluidampr.

    You really can't go wrong either way.

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    Whistles racerxj220's Avatar
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    Only gripe is the degree marks on the Fluidampr, but it's easy enough to figure out. I painted the TDC mark on the pulley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racerxj220 View Post
    Only gripe is the degree marks on the Fluidampr, but it's easy enough to figure out. I painted the TDC mark on the pulley.
    thanks for the reply I have had both on other engines, I have never really had any problems, I'm new to the 2jz, learning slowly does that look like the right part number?

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    Just sharing what little experience I've had. Hope it can help.

    Yes, that is the correct part number.

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    Nice man hopfully ill be swapping my 84 next year. Originally from nyc and mever had a car so learning about cars as i go. Deff not ready to swap solo might have a shop help/do if im not ready next year or maybe ill meet someone cool enough in san antonio to show me the ropes! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litosway View Post
    Nice man hopfully ill be swapping my 84 next year. Originally from nyc and mever had a car so learning about cars as i go. Deff not ready to swap solo might have a shop help/do if im not ready next year or maybe ill meet someone cool enough in san antonio to show me the ropes! Lol

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    Thanks I have lots of learning to do !! I look forward to watching your build

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    Assuming you are staying automatic, I can provide details on the shift linkage and driveshaft selection I went with to put the same motor/trans combination in my auto 85.

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    so I can't get the wheels I like bummer esm -007 but I can get these esm-002r and only 17" left



    I guess I will keep looking
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    Like I mentioned, I'd go 15 or 17, choose one downside rather than some of both IMO. Dig the bronze, I went with a flat gold myself.

    Rota is a brand with good selection for our cars.

    I found my wheels by accidentally landing on an eBay store that had some customer returns which were unused but couldn't be sold as new. All 4 cost me $400 delivered. Give them a look: http://www.ebaystores.com/aspecwheels

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