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    1JZ swap

    Im plannning on putting in a 1JZ-GTTE in my 86 Supra. Can anyone lend me some advice as to how to prepare for this task? thnx.

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    86 MA60 or MA70?

    If it's a Mk2, go to celicasupra.com and search for 1JZ info. It's all been covered there and they have a section devoted to it.

    If it's a Mk3, try supramania.com.

    To prepare, do the following:
    1. Save up 3x more than what you think the swap will cost.
    2. Search those forums, and Toymods too.
    3. Keep reading.
    4. Order all the parts you'll need.
    5. Do it.
    '85 Celica Supra P-type 6M-GE

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    Make sure you get the correct 1jz with the correct oil pump or youll hae yourself an entire different world of problems.
    I am your 4ajesus

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTC
    Make sure you get the correct 1jz with the correct oil pump or youll hae yourself an entire different world of problems.
    Werd to that. It's either you try to sort out your oil pan/pump/dipstick/what-have-you...


    ... or buy a Cressida and toss the 1JZ into that
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    Today is your lucky day! This was just posted, but it's got some nice info in it.

    http://forums.celicasupra.com/showthread.php?t=21987
    '85 Celica Supra P-type 6M-GE

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    1JZGTTTTTTTTTTE's own yo! LOL! :o it's a 1JZGTE btw.. no double T T's ( . )( . ) LOL :o


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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddyJ
    86 MA60 or MA70?

    If it's a Mk2, go to celicasupra.com and search for 1JZ info. It's all been covered there and they have a section devoted to it.

    If it's a Mk3, try supramania.com.

    To prepare, do the following:
    1. Save up 3x more than what you think the swap will cost.
    2. Search those forums, and Toymods too.
    3. Keep reading.
    4. Order all the parts you'll need.
    5. Do it.
    very good advice, swaps / buildups always cost a hell of a lot more than you think they will, the small stuff adds up surprisingly fast.
    '89 Honda CBR600F Hurricane
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    Make sure you have like anything you will need before you start. IE. coolant, oil, rubber hoses 4 rad oil cooler vacuum lines in extra lengths, oil filter, solder, wire, extra bolts and nuts, just have like extra of everything because you will need something not have it and be annoyed cause the stores are closed.
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