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chinoboistyle
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Jan 5, 7:57pm - #366446 
swappin engine

i told my friend how i wanted to turbo my 03 gt.. n he suggested i put a supra engine inside instead.. because its well worth it than puttin a turbo kit.. how much do you guys think this would cost w/ installations n do you think it would work.. isnt a supra engine a lot bigger than the celicas.. plus my car is an auto.. =/ so that would probally play a big deal in this situation.. when i 1st got this car.. i thought bout the same exact thing.. but i didnt know if it was possible

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Jan 5, 8:10pm - #366447 
the supra engine is way too big for the celica.

but if you had a lot of money to spend, you could make it fit. just like to celica dragsters with the elongated engine bay - i think they have modded supra engines in them thumbsup


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Jan 5, 8:15pm - #366448 
dang haha that just ruined my hopes =/ what engine do you guys think would be the best engine swap that gives the best performance..

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Jan 5, 8:49pm - #366449 
rofl rofl Unless you have 15,000 dollars laying around, your not going to be able to swap your engine. rofl

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Jan 5, 8:50pm - #366450 
Go with 3sgte!! These are the best tune-able engines out there and they were in the GT-Four and some MR2's and they use them in the GT300 race which features seventh gen. shells, and there is also a MKIV Supra by Top Secret who uses the same engine. With that being said you can get extremely impressive numbers out of these engines.


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Jan 5, 8:50pm - #366451 
haven't looked into this too much, but if you can swap engine, tranny, and drive train, and sti engine would be great, and would be easier to fit than the supra too. too bad it would cost an arm and a leg

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Jan 5, 8:51pm - #366452 
You can swap whatever the fuk you want. It's not going to get cheaper that 10k at least. rice

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Jan 5, 8:56pm - #366453 
swap in a honda engine ... they are easily mod-able ... rofl rofl

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Jan 5, 9:05pm - #366454 
might sound stupid to some people but if your really itchin for a swap i think a 95 vw vr6 would kill a lot of things specialy with a turbo they can make gobs of hp and tq

got to love the inline v-6 (what vr6 stands for)


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Jan 5, 9:27pm - #366455 
Originally Posted by drkramm
got to love the inline v-6 (what vr6 stands for)


You kinda contradicted yourself there, I can't even imagine how an engine can have a V style cylinder layout and an inline layout at the same time confused confused confused


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Jan 5, 9:34pm - #366456 
No need to swap anything man.

the GT alreay has lower compression pistons! Just get a good quality Turbo and build up your motor and it will be really fun man. Plus, when you do a swap it will 98% not run like it use to, probably have problems most of the time.


I'm turboing my GTS, and getting lower compression pistons down the road. Should hopfully hit around 300hp pretty easy.


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Jan 5, 9:53pm - #366457 


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Jan 5, 9:54pm - #366458 
rofl Inline v6

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Jan 5, 10:04pm - #366459 
^^^v4 rofl


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Jan 5, 11:23pm - #366460 
You know the K20 A2 is almost a direct swap into our cars. they can fit in almost anything. civic's, rsx type S, celicas etc... doesnt matter. honda did this on purpose cause they know how much money they make on people who do swaps.

plus if you wanna go turbo, you can slap on the turbonetics stage 2 and run 10's.

make a post on clubrsx.com and they can give you better info on how to do the swap. and if you wanna stay automatic you can use the automatic tranny from a TSX since it's the same motor thumbsup


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Jan 5, 11:24pm - #366461 
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by the way you'd have to be smoking crack if you believed anything I just typed thumbsup

Seriously, we don't drive hondas. build the stock engine and call it a day. you'll make more power then you'll ever really need.


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Jan 6, 12:06am - #366462 
theoretically it is possible to drop a supra engine in. if you turn it sideways, it should fit the width, HOWEVER then you'd have to fab transaxles to rotate the direction of power as well. very complicated, but with the right technology and engineering, it should be possible.


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Jan 6, 12:18am - #366463 
Not worth the effort. with an additional 15k with the roughly 13k from selling the car, you could pick up something pretty nice.


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Jan 6, 12:35pm - #366464 
Originally Posted by jyboygenius
Not worth the effort. with an additional 15k with the roughly 13k from selling the car, you could pick up something pretty nice.


He's right...you could buy a Supra TT with that money.


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Jan 6, 1:47pm - #366465 
if i was you i would use the $15 to make that engine like the c2 power one


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Jan 6, 1:51pm - #366466 
^^^$15 can be used as a payment installment for the c2 turbo kit rofl but not for the entire payment rofl

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Jan 6, 1:53pm - #366467 
i'm having a rough day i meant $15,000 lol


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Jan 6, 3:10pm - #366468 
Originally Posted by combatc87
theoretically it is possible to drop a supra engine in. if you turn it sideways, it should fit the width, HOWEVER then you'd have to fab transaxles to rotate the direction of power as well. very complicated, but with the right technology and engineering, it should be possible.


I don't think it would even fit sideways.It's a very long engine which is the problem. you could fabricated a new firewall and move it into the cabin of the car of elongate the front end. that's about the only way to do it.


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Jan 6, 3:29pm - #366469 
Originally Posted by Lucky_317

by the way you'd have to be smoking crack if you believed anything I just typed thumbsup

Seriously, we don't drive hondas. build the stock engine and call it a day. you'll make more power then you'll ever really need.


dammit...i was all ready to internet pown you...LOL rofl


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Jan 6, 4:37pm - #366470 
^^lol grin

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Jan 6, 5:13pm - #366471 
...this has to be the funniest thread i've ever seen. in regards. either mod your gt 1zzfe, or buy another car. in regard you could more than likely spend 6k and get the 2zzge swap and tranny, ecu. motormounts, wiring harness, gauge cluster, but then again if you spend 7g in your 1zzfe u'd spank a 2zz w/ boltons. so yeah that is your option. correct me if I may be wrong but WOW. this is hilarious. i needed a laugh.

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Jan 6, 5:27pm - #366472 
Originally Posted by ASheva10
Originally Posted by drkramm
got to love the inline v-6 (what vr6 stands for)


You kinda contradicted yourself there, I can't even imagine how an engine can have a V style cylinder layout and an inline layout at the same time confused confused confused


well i saw some posts making questons about the vr6 so heres what it is

first a v-6 sepreate cylnder heads normally a 90 degree angle i belive
inline 6 shares one long cylinder head



the vr6 shares one cylinder head but its not in line theres a 15 degree angle

i'll find some links


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Jan 6, 5:31pm - #366473 
vr6 head gasket

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so for all the people that laughed at me before asking i laugh even harder at you

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Jan 7, 3:39pm - #366474 
just mod the engine you have or buy the car that has the engine you want-leave it at that


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