He does these up in Washington. Last time I heard they were $5300 (labor/parts) drive in drive out. He does a really nice job on his conversions, no hack jobs. I think altogether he's done about 6 of them, plus a few more are supposed to be happening this year. Other than that Toysport in Southern, Ca would be the 2nd choice. Probably not any cheaper and it would be of unknown quality. I can vouch that Dons work is top notch after seeing it in Vegas last year.
That's a pretty engine. THere is a shop here in Austin that will do the install for $1600, that's if you provide all the parts. Very reputable, and they do a very clean install. The owner has a fully built 7M powered MKII, with a T-72 I believe, and he is just waiting on putting a new fuel system in so he can crank up the boost. He'll be looking at about 600+ HP.
Hello MK II Supra owners. I just lost my keys and am wondering if anyone can help or direct as to how I can get a copy. It was the only one I had. I went to the Toyota dealer and I was told that they no longer make keys for older toyotas (1990 and older). Can anyone out there please help me out...
Just trying to get a feel for how many MKII guys are actually here. Just post your name, where you're from, your car and what motor you have:cool:
1983 P-type with 7MGTE...not running (yet)
Hi Guys. My girlfriends 91 Cressida just died. The head gasket finally blew after all these years of being re-torqued. The heads dead (over heated twisted and ate the cams) and the block has the dreaded deteriorated upper deck. Were scrapping it. I have repaired alot of cars in my time but I am...