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Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 7:16 pm
by chewse
wow....carry on mate carry on

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 7:28 pm
by Trd Shane
I just got sick in my trousers :D ohhhh what a car ... How are you affording to eat with this car

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:45 pm
by choopz
Nice project man, please keep us updated :wink:

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 10:51 pm
by peter0991
I dont eat... :lol:

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:49 am
by Trd Shane
peter0991 wrote:I dont eat... :lol:


I didn think so :lol:

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2014 11:50 am
by peter0991
Painted the spark plug cover

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Didnt like it

Did this instead.

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Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Mon Oct 20, 2014 11:22 am
by peter0991
So I slowly bolted everything on.

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Noticed that the alternator pulley has seen better days :) So thats another problem for future Pete.

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Also, the turbo inlet that I got, does not seem to have a pipe where the idle control valve connects to. Its the black pipe that goes around the back of the engine. Anyone know what I should do with it?

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Test fitted the engine with the gearbox

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Shifter housing needs to be about 70mm further back.

Gearbox cross member didnt bolt up ideally, so will have a play tonight and see if I can get it secured better.

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Clearance between the turbo outlet and the steering rack seems to be ok. Plenty of space for a downpipe.

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Tucked right in there

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Used an IS200 throttle cable. Perfect length

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Didnt like how the brake lines were in the way of the heater outlet on the engine

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So I moved them about 100mm to the left. Also ran a clutch line that I got of a random FWD Toyota, while I was there.

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In general, everything bolted up fine.

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The altezza prop shaft is a little bit too long. Will try an is200 prop closer to the time.

Messy

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Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:30 pm
by Protok
Just noticed the gold insulation stuff; is it any good? How much was it if you don't mind me asking?

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:13 am
by peter0991
Its pretty decent. My bulkhead heat shield was all ripped and looked very untidy. So I replaced it with tape.

http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/motorspor ... ect-a-gold

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Wed Oct 22, 2014 11:08 am
by twiglett-RS200
Will an rx8 prop shaft fit?
They are one piece carbon reinforced stuff so much lighter.
I think they are about 60mm too short for an altezza with a 3sge so they might fit.
I like the way you are undertaking a massive power plant conversion and all people are interested in is the gold tape.
keep up the good work man.

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Wed Oct 22, 2014 12:51 pm
by peter0991
Amen twiglett. Sometimes I wonder why I even post on this forum, haha.

Well, an is300 prop will fit and I think is200 is similar length. Manual altezza 3sge is 930mm from memory and is200/300 is about 880mm... But dont quote me on that.

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 2:15 am
by Protok
peter0991 wrote:Amen twiglett. Sometimes I wonder why I even post on this forum, haha.

Actually I very much respect what you are doing and look at this thread on a daily basis. After all who can say no to a 2JZ?

I simply asked about the gold heatshielding cause my stock stuff is practically burnt off and I always thought the gold stuff was a gimmick until recently seeing people use it so thought I'd ask the question really.

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 8:51 am
by peter0991
I have a friend using the gold stuff on his intake pipe on an mx5. He said that it reduced the intake temps of the air a lot, because the pipe doesnt heat up as much without it!

So yea, it does work, but its a bit on the expensive side. :wink:

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Sun Oct 26, 2014 4:24 pm
by twiglett-RS200
sorry protok i didnt mean it like you were "only" interested in the gold stuff.
on petes project thread on driftworks there are about 5 questions from various people solely asking where the tape could be bought.
im guilty of asking :lol:

Re: Minty.Fresh BN Sports Altezza

Posted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:04 pm
by peter0991
Made some changes to the JZX110 turbo intake to accept the JZX100 idle control valve pipe.

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Since I'll be running an oil filter relocation kit along with a cooler, I decided to bypass the oem oil cooler since logic tells me that the oil will never get colder than the coolant temp. And if your coolant temps are high, that will in turn increase the temprerature of oil.... Undesired in my opinion.

Currently looks like this, but might change.

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The power steering pump is usually supported by the air con. Without it I have heard stories that the pas pump bracket snaps the fixing point on the block. So option one was to find an air con pump and remove the bracket, but cant find anything for a reasonable price, so went ahead and mocked up a template for a bracket.

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Might come in useful to some folk, here you go

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Might not be the most accurate template, but it will do me just fine :thumbs:

A new water pump turned up. Which was a bit of a joke actually. Paid £80 for it, then parcelforce sent me an invoice for £35 'customs charges'.... Someone obviously cant do maths...

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Didnt waste any time, pulled everything apart, replaced the pump

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And found out that the water pump has already been replaced :p

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Better safe than sorry I guess :D

Pulled a few plugs from a Toyota Carina ecu a few weeks ago.

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De-pinned them, ready to go into the 1JZ ecu body plugs.

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Ended up something like this.

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Also labeled them to make it a bit easier to connect down the line.

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Connected the following:

28P
IGSW, BATT, +B, CCO, SPD, STP

16P
W, MREL, FPR, FC, ABV, PRG

Not sure if anything else needs to be connected to the ECU to make it run. But that's all I'm aware of for the ECU. So if anyone has anything to add, they are more than welcome :)

And a flashback picture!

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