1UZ into MA61 / MZ10 Guide. - Page 3

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  1. #21
    CelicaSupra.com Member
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    May 2003
    Stone County, MO
    Peewee hasn't checked in here (celicasupra.com) for a while, but he goes by the name CrUZida at:
    Jan. 1982 Blue 'P' type - 6MGE intake/exhaust/17"SquareWheels, etc.
    1982 Terra Cotta 'P' type - 1UZFTE slowly progressing (high comp/low boost corner carver)
    1983 Black P - Rust Weight Reduction Mod :P +400k and in donor status
    1984 Red L - Daily Driver, well, not daily, but when I leave the Supra farm...
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  3. #22
    Junior Member
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    Dec 2006
    Thanks !
    95' TT, 86' and 84' restoration in progress...

  4. #23
    CelicaSupra.com Member Peewee's Avatar
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    Nov 2004
    West Aust, Perth
    Just thought I'd pop in here to let you guys know that the mounts, which are no longer available from me, are now available in CAD form, so you can get them laser/water jet cut at your local machinist.

    A simple 'cut-fold-weld' approach to 1UZ installation in the MA61 Supra engine bay

    File Pack includes instructions, labeled diagrams, and individual files for CNC water jet/plasma cutting. Our simple .dxf files are compatible with 99% of CNC software, and these files will allow your machinist to simply 'upload and go' reducing time and fabrication costs.

    This is design release version 1.01, released 16th Jan 2011
    (and yes the hole positions in the jpg below have been altered!)

    1UZ to MA61 (UZA61) Engine Mounts CAD file (.dxf)
    for instant purchase of .dxf file package, click here

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    May be a long shot... but is this thread still open?

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