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Awesome write-up on incredible build!!!

Good think you're using Flickr, your photos will survive. Darn Photophucket changes URL of photo-link every time you change name of file or move it to different album, which breaks everything you've ever posted. GRrrr..
 

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Discussion Starter · #222 · (Edited)
More pics.

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High flow 7mgte fuel rail.
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Lokar locking dipstick
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Walbro 525lph Hellcat pump
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Tial 50mm BOV
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Rear Focus AGX shocks
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Full set of Super Pro poly bushings
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Raptor racing rear camber kit
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Ichiban extended wheel studs
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New front control arms so I can box them in and install the poly bushings
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SW12 rear AGX strut inserts for the front.
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Proper reamer to ream the RA65 steering arms to fir the MA60 ball joints
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GM trans mounts to use as engine mounts
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Discussion Starter · #223 ·
I found a front bearing retainer plate that fits the R154 that will let me use the LS1 T56 Internal slave. All bolt holes line up but the very top one. The bolts are only torque to 12ft/lbs so it is not structural. I believe that 1 bolt being out of it will be fine and it shouldn't leak.

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Also, the clutch fork tab is touching the cover, I thought of grinding the rib on the cover down, but since I have several 7m R154 bell housings, and there is no real market for them, I am going to cut that tab off for clearance.

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I 'might" have to grind into the thick portion for room to get the 4AN fitting on the lower inlet. The upper fitting is 3AN so I am going to drill a hole in the bellhousing straight across from it and run the line through it and up under the hood to the remote bleeder I bought. It will make it very easy to bleed the clutch.

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Ok, so I dug out my empty r154 case with 7M bell housing. I cut the clutch fork tab off as close as I could then finished it up with a flap disc.

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This gained a lot of clearance, and now the bell housing no longer needs to be removed to install the front bearing retainer.

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The slave cylinder now bolts flush to the bearing retainer, and has clearance for the 4AN hose fitting on the bottom inlet. I have caps on the AN fittings to keep the brake fluid from leaking out and so no oxidation occurs inside the unit.

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I am hoping to be able to run the 4AN inlet to a 4AN bulkhead where the stock slave normally comes in. I will cut a piece of aluminum sheet to mount it to. That way I can disconnect the feed at the bell housing when needed.

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We have clearance Clarence!

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Good golly man! You have a beast of a build there! Is your long term plan to go 2JZ or are you sticking with the 7M? I see lots of 7M parts but hints of 2J here and there. What's your power goal on the 7M? Just curious.

Interesting spot for the oil filter. Definitely easy access but do you make a mess when changing it out? I have mine relocated to underneath the passenger headlight. Makes for a bit longer hose routing but working pretty well.

I also have the Lokar dipstick and haven't figured out a good way to mount it yet and also determine the correct length to ensure the reading is accurate like stock. I relocated the power steering pump to in front of the grill next to the passenger headlight so i have some room now on the exhaust side of the motor. But you also lose a good mounting point for the dipstick. Post some pics when you get that sorted out.

I'm running an FFIM with a 70mm aftermarket throttle body and I have been having idle issues. I'm using the stock TPS but just cant get it dialed in. Either idles too high or low and on cold start it just wants to die. Maybe it's the CSI or something. I'm about to just say F it and switch to a Q45 TB and TPS and call it a day. I'm on the stock ECU so don't have as many options as stand-alone.

Also, curious on your intercooler pipe routing. Have any pics of that?

Definitely following this build.
 

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Discussion Starter · #226 ·
Review of the turbo manifold I received from Sound Performance.



 

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@Whitey842, I have not mounted the I/C or piping yet. This is all just mock up on the old motor. I have a MS2 in the car, but the new engine will be getting a MS3 Pro. I have a 2JZGTE as well on the stand. I would like to find a 75-77 Celica to put my 6M with the HKS Weber kit, T56, and Mk1 axle in, and then put the 2JZGTE in my 86 MK2. Otherwise, I may put the 2JZGTE in a 03-04 V6 mustang and swap to a built 8.8 solid rear, full cage, sub frame connectors, etc....First though, I have to fix the turbo manifold I got from Sound Performance, and finish getting the garage cleaned out so I can strip my 84 down for stitch welding, full mock up, paint, etc..

As for the oil filter relocation, the one on the engine in the pics is going away. It worked fine as I would lay it in an empty oil pan before removing the filter, but on the new engine, it will have 10AN fittings right on the block for the oil pump feed and oil main return. I have an Earls billet oil filter mount and oil thermostat, but need to figure out where to mount them. I will wait untill I have the Intercooler mounted and I/C piping done, and the new radiator, 30 row oil cooler, etc.. installed. I also have to figure out where to mount the power steering reservoir, and which reservoir to run. I have found a couple after market ones that look nice, but i have to take measurements of possible mounting locations first.
 

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Discussion Starter · #228 ·
More pics. The oil pump drive shaft thrust plate with torington bearing from Technico.

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Aluminum fuel pump block off for the block. Depending where my catch can ends up, I may weld a 12AN fitting to this to run another vent hose to the catch can.

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And Raptor Racing had these on sale about 2 weeks ago so I grabbed one, but likely will only install it for car shows to show off the adjustable cam gears and Gates Racing timing belt etc..

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Drew this up to adapt a Ford PWM Idle valve to the Toyota IACV flange. It fits the 7m perfect. I will test it on the 2jzgte later today. I "think" the flange is the same. I will clean the sides up on a belt sander after I purchase one. I just cut this out of some 1/2in aluminum I had. I printed the sketch 1:1 and glued it to the aluminum so i could perfectly mark the hole centers with a center punch before cutting it out. They are all perfect.

I will use a new valve on the built engine of course. The nipple will get yanked out and the hole drilled and tapped for a 10AN fitting. I will run a 10AN hose to the I/C pipe that connects to the throttle body to ensure no possible way that I have a leak under boost.

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Print out glued on.

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Roughed out, holes drilled, tapped, and countersunk where needed.

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Bolted to my FFIM

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Ford valve bolted on

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Even the port hole lines up perfect.

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