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my old engine

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A14force
Posted: 2006/7/27 8:30  Updated: 2006/7/27 8:30
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2003/12/3
From: Christchurch NZ
Posts: 3706
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Dam! That's a mighty fine looking set up. Did you ever have it dyno'd?

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/7/27 8:34  Updated: 2006/7/27 8:34
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2006/5/19
From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
No never got around to getting it done,
And then before i new it the engine was out and ca project had started.

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pepper
Posted: 2006/7/27 8:35  Updated: 2006/7/27 8:35
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Joined: 2004/5/30
From: Tamworth , NSW
Posts: 2484
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
wottya do with this old setup??? pleeeeease tell me its sitting on your garage floor gathering dust.......

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/7/27 8:38  Updated: 2006/7/27 8:38
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2006/5/19
From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Sorry sold it and unfortanetly it was going in a gemini!

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killer1200
Posted: 2006/7/27 8:41  Updated: 2006/7/27 8:41
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Joined: 2004/5/28
From: Adelaide, South Australia
Posts: 1817
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
What type of blower is that ?

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/7/27 8:49  Updated: 2006/7/27 8:49
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2006/5/19
From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
4agze heres a photo of it on a stand sorry about the qaulity i had to scan it,
but it shows how big it was compared to the a14 engine.

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2SLO
Posted: 2006/8/6 10:53  Updated: 2006/8/6 10:53
Home away from home
Joined: 2006/2/2
From: Lismore, NSW
Posts: 198
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Hey mate, thanx for the pic, if i can have my engine looking anything like that i will be proud.. I need to talk to you about your suspension because it sits so nice with the 15's on it.. Exactly how i want mine to sit.

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/9/1 7:32  Updated: 2006/9/1 7:32
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Joined: 2006/5/19
From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
The front has stanza struts and i had lowered king springs which i can now sell if your interested as when i got the new wheels it scrubbed to much.
Just pm me if your interested Quote:
need to talk to you about your suspension because it sits so nice with the 15's on it

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A14force
Posted: 2006/9/8 10:31  Updated: 2006/9/8 10:31
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From: Christchurch NZ
Posts: 3706
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
What drive snout did you use? The short drive pulley arrangment on the toyota blowers is what makes them an arsehole to mount.

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/9/8 12:01  Updated: 2006/9/8 12:01
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Joined: 2006/5/19
From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Sorry man im not to sure my mates the mechanic and he did all the work but ill check.

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/10/23 4:53  Updated: 2006/10/23 4:53
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From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Spoke to my mate and all the snout and pulleys were custom machined.
Quote:
What drive snout did you use? The short drive pulley arrangment on the toyota blowers is what makes them an arsehole to mount

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YRL05S
Posted: 2006/10/23 8:15  Updated: 2006/10/23 8:15
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Joined: 2002/11/25
From: Sydney
Posts: 393
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
I was under the impression that it isn't a good idea to run petrol through a teflon tipped blower.
The petrol affects the coating which varies the clearences which results in no boost.

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stirlingmac
Posted: 2006/10/23 8:37  Updated: 2006/10/23 8:37
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Joined: 2000/5/6
From: Wellington New Zealand
Posts: 962
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Teflon is a material that is affected by very few substances, I have never heard of the petrol theory before. The tips will be strips of teflon fitted to machines grooves in the rotors won't they. I have done a couple of GM671s like that. I wasn't aware that the blower housings were coated, is it like non stick frypans?

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/10/23 10:27  Updated: 2006/10/23 10:27
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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From: Gold Coast
Posts: 1157
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
As i said im no mechanic, i just drove it and paid the bills

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DemonFreeman
Posted: 2006/10/23 11:53  Updated: 2006/10/23 11:53
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Joined: 2006/2/14
From: Wagga Wagga nsw australia
Posts: 145
 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
how much clearance do you have with the bonnet??

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Turboute
Posted: 2006/10/24 0:04  Updated: 2006/10/24 0:04
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From: Gold Coast
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 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
The holley was sticking out the bonnet thats why i now have the scoop.
It did look tough

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A14force
Posted: 2006/10/24 6:43  Updated: 2006/10/24 6:43
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 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Actually, having fuel going through the blower actually takes up clearances, and improves it's pumping ability.

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Turboute
Posted: 2013/4/26 12:55  Updated: 2013/4/26 12:55
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From: Gold Coast
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 Re: Photo of my old engine for 2slo
Where the ute all began, it looked cool