2JZ-GE vs 2JZ-GTE

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  1. superclarkey

    superclarkey DORITECH MOTORSPORT

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    What are the main differnces (mk4 supra) engine wise.

    thinking about hanging a turbo of a NA 2JZ, what is the compression differences?

    Oil squirters ?
    comperssion ratio?
    same head layout, i.e manifold will offer up ect.

    any info would be interesting :D

    clarkey.
     
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    Oil squirters? Yes on the turbo, no on the N/A.
    Compression ratio? N/A is higher (pistons)
    Same head layout? No. TT manifolds don't fit an N/A head.

    CLUB NA-T
    MkIV Supra forum - Budget NA-T
    (there are a few NA-Ts on mkivsupra.net)
     
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    cookwibble Active Member

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    the n/a head is very different to tt, both sides
     
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    Mad Cas wrecked

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    Lots of people do NA-T conversions, you can get a single turbo manifold to suit off the shelf. Supra owners club is your friend.

    And being a toyota engine and not nissan, it doesn't shit itsself all over the floor. :D
     
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    topi KlutchKickKidz

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    Fkuc the turbos off!

    NA 2JZ on decent ITBs with some mad cams and light bottom end. Oh ooooh scrap petrol aswell and double the injectors up to use methanol! That would be well proper.
     
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    Mad Cas wrecked

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    When my N/A comes out in favour of something with 2 banks of cylinders its going into a MK2 supra, A mate of mine is having it along with the spare RB26 throttle plates I have. :thumbs:
     
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    there's an off the shelf all in kit you can get from america with itb's, management cams etc that gives you 320bhp from the n/A.
     
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    topi KlutchKickKidz

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    Proper engine :)

    Cas, do that instead hombre!
     
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    Robbs FRANTIC

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    ^^^^^^^^more info, links please^^^^^^^^^


    hmmmm im thinking IS200 with 2jz-ge with that^^^^^^^ :smokin:
     
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    hunting now.

    check this though:

    2jzge02.
     
  11. BillyFIVE

    BillyFIVE hooolyschmokes

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    fuck yeah! that's what i want in me chaser! :nod: more details please :nod:



    ha ha @ Topi :D on the frickin money boooooooooieeeeee

    N/A for me please.. i got no time to wait for turbos
     
  12. superclarkey

    superclarkey DORITECH MOTORSPORT

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    No point having a massive inline 6 up front unless its pushing hte power :)

    I know the N/a pistons are different ;)

    what is the CR tho, thats my question. I want to grab 500bhp out of it so i will see how things go.

    Looking at GT35R.
     
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    cookwibble Active Member

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    the general consensus is that whacking a turbo'd one in is cheaper and less hassle than turboing a non-turbo if you get me. the n/a tuning lark comes mainly from n/a only race series.
     
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    superclarkey DORITECH MOTORSPORT

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    well, someone GAVE me a 2JZ-GE.... so it seems worth it to me :)
     
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    as always when it comes to jz's australian sites are the best for tuning info
     
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    10.0:1 (10.5:1 for the VVTi) IIRC.
     
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    superclarkey DORITECH MOTORSPORT

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    Is the compression really that low on the n/a, thats cool :D
     
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    BillyFIVE hooolyschmokes

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    YO! Can you point me in the direction of some good sites? Need input! :)
     
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    DriftLexus BDC Scrutineer

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    for the n/a supercharging is a very good route to go indeed
     
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    superclarkey DORITECH MOTORSPORT

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    don't like superchargers.... don't like the noise they make unless they have turbo also. :D

    But i really dislike them, i much prefer a turbocharger.
     

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