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N/A ENGINE BUILD UP #35126 Aug 11, 3:41pm Aug 11, 3:41pm
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N/A ENGINE BUILD UP
I JUST THREW A ROD IN MY ENGINE. SO I AM GOING TO STRIP IT DOWN AND BUILD IT BACK STRONGER. I ALREADY HAVE AND Injen CAI. I HAD THE STOCK MUFFELER CUT OUR , STRAIGHTEND OUT THE PIPE AND PUT AND AERO SPEED EXHAUST MUFFLER ON(I KNOW CRAPPY IT WAS MY FIRST MOD, BUT NOT A BAD SOUND). I KNOW I STILL NEED LITTLE THINGS LIKE WIRES, PLUGS, IGNITION, FUEL PUMP, STUFF LIKE THAT. BUT I AM ABOUT TO ATTACK THE ENGINE. I HAVE SOME IDEAS IN MIND. BUT I WAS WONDERING IF I COULD GET SOME IDEAS OTHER THAN WHAT MY RESEARCH HAS GIVIN ME. [/color]






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Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: 01GTVCRR] #35127 Aug 11, 4:14pm Aug 11, 4:14pm
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www.monkeywrenchracing.com has internals and what not that you'll need for a proper and custom engine build up.

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Steven] #35128 Aug 12, 3:53am Aug 12, 3:53am
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ya i went there they have some pretty good stuff. what have you done to your car, and what is your opinion on what is worth it and what you have waisted money on.

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: 01GTVCRR] #35129 Aug 12, 10:22am Aug 12, 10:22am
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3ZZ stroker kit!

its a gt crank connecting rods and gt pistons to up displacement to 1.93 litres. with a gts head

bore over 1mm to just about 2 litres.

get some headwork done p&p 5 angle valve job, port match everything.

should be putting out close to 190-200 whp with i/h/e mods.
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Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: 01GTVCRR] #35130 Aug 12, 1:26pm Aug 12, 1:26pm
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get teh a'pex i power fc to lower lift and raise fuel cut off.

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Illusive] #35131 Aug 12, 1:57pm Aug 12, 1:57pm
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Originally Posted by Illusive
3ZZ stroker kit!

its a gt crank connecting rods and gt pistons to up displacement to 1.93 litres. with a gts head

bore over 1mm to just about 2 litres.

get some headwork done p&p 5 angle valve job, port match everything.

should be putting out close to 190-200 whp with i/h/e mods.
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Not to mention the hogh octane fuel you will need to be using.

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #35132 Aug 12, 2:47pm Aug 12, 2:47pm
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Taylor Motive's 3zz can be tuned to 94 or even 91 octane gasoline.

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Illusive] #35133 Aug 12, 2:47pm Aug 12, 2:47pm
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a 3 angle job will do it just fine.

Originally Posted by Illusive
get some headwork done p&p 5 angle valve job, port match everything.
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Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Steven] #35134 Aug 12, 4:39pm Aug 12, 4:39pm
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Originally Posted by Steven
a 3 angle job will do it just fine.

Originally Posted by Illusive
get some headwork done p&p 5 angle valve job, port match everything.
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Yea, 3 is fine.

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #35135 Aug 12, 4:42pm Aug 12, 4:42pm
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Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan
Originally Posted by Steven
a 3 angle job will do it just fine.

Originally Posted by Illusive
get some headwork done p&p 5 angle valve job, port match everything.
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Yea, 3 is fine.


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Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #35136 Aug 13, 1:43am Aug 13, 1:43am
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Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan
Originally Posted by Steven
a 3 angle job will do it just fine.

Originally Posted by Illusive
get some headwork done p&p 5 angle valve job, port match everything.
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Yea, 3 is fine.


what're those?

Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: 01GTVCRR] #35137 Aug 13, 10:11am Aug 13, 10:11am
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A multi angle valve job is the cutting or grinding of 2 or more angles on the seat and valve. The purpose of a multi angle valve job is to improve airflow. By now you have probably heard of 5 angle and radius valve jobs. The truth. this is more applicable in the American iron heads. There just isn't enough material in the small diameter seats or valves to see any real noticeable differences on a flow bench. A .5% gain maybe seen on a flowbench but the flowbench has a plus or minus error factor that has to be eliminated before a true flow figure can be attained. Older American iron heads may benefit from a five angle or radius valve job but only because the head is so bad to begin with. The Honda head is diffrent. Our flowbench testing has proven time after time that the correct angles and angle widths is what's important. More Carbon FiberM gains have been made through this procedure than applying 5 angles or radiuses.


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Re: N/A ENGINE BUILD UP [Re: 01GTVCRR] #35138 Aug 19, 9:15am Aug 19, 9:15am
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thanks for all the feedback. i have learned more about my car since it broke than i did before. im in the military and we are leaving in a couple of weeks for a seven month deployment. so it looks like i am gonna have to wait and start on it when i get back. i dont want to leave it with someone and come back with some crazy bill or the wrong stuff done to my car. is the 3zz stroker kit for a 1zz engine or do you have an older celica? and i definatley want to get my Intake and exhaust ports done. i have been looking and i like the weisco pistons. i think i will have to have my cam done as a custom job. i've heard you can safely bore out the 1zz as much as .4 liters. but i will need strong sleeves. maybe in a year or so i want to boost it. but when i do i want to BOOST it. like 14 or 15 psi. so i dont want to go and blow up my engine. and does any one know about custome cranks for the 1zz?

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