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· Inline6Performance
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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Where to start?

1997 15th Anniversary Limited edition 6 sp.

I have been running the stock motor on over 800RWH for over 4 years with c16 and e85. Like anything else, one gets bored with the same thing after so long. I have always wanted to have a clean and powerful engine and engine bay. So........I finally did.


Before:



Engine:

Stock block
Stock head w/ HKS 264 cams
NUNEZTT/INLINE 6 Intake manifold
Full-race exhaust manifold
ITS GT74 bb turbo
Twin Tial 44mm wastegates
NUNEZTT/INLINE6 4" DP,MP. catback w/ BL muffler




Fuel system:

NUNEZTT/INLINE6 Stock modified stock hanger w/ 3 Denso pums
Inline 6 -10 Fuel Rail
1200cc injectors
Fuel Lab regulator



Drivetrain:

Getrag 6 sp.
RPS c/c
Driveshaft shop chromoly driveshaft
TRD diff

Electrical:

Haltech plug-N-play Sport 2000 ecu
HKS Dli



Upgrades:

Engine:

Buit block w/;

.20 over coated JE pistons -9.0-1
Carrillo rods w/ carrillo bolts
billet mains
ARP Main studs
polydyn coated block

Built head w/;

1mm over Ferrera ss valves (intake and exhaust)
Ferrea dual springs
Ferrera bronze guides
Ferrera valve seals
Shimless buckets
Stage III ported and polished head
HKS 280 cams
Unorthodox cam gears


Fuel Upgrades:

Precission 2250cc injectors


Drivetrain Upgrades;

Tilton tripple carbon clutch

Also.......

Shaved, tucked, relocated and painted engine bay
INLINE6 custom mil-spec engine harness
And some extra as I go..............
 

· Inline6Performance
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Taking the plunge Mike ! Looking good man. What ever happened to the SC ? or is that long history cause it's been awhile
Never owned an SC. Not that I would not mind!

looks great, last setup was sweet and this one is upping things even more.
are you pulling the fenders to paint the bay? its pretty easy to do.
Unfortunately, all I can do is seperate the fenders about an 1" since the Blitz side skirts are molded in. Dumb things we do without thinking(8years ago,lol)

Mike
 

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Nice build, could you tell me what polidyn coating the block is. Thanks
It is a coating on the inside off the block so oil does not stick to the block.

http://www.polydyn.com/performance_coatings.htm

PolyDyn Performance Oil-Shedding Coatings shed oil from coated surfaces – reducing oil retention and parasitic drag. As a result of reduced oil retention, windage-related power loss is virtually eliminated. PolyDyn Oil-Shedding Coatings can be applied to piston skirts, crankshafts, oil pans and windage trays, as well as to the runners of intake manifolds to reduce drag and increase air flow.

Mike
 

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Nice! Cant wait to see it when its done. Did you ever figure out that antilag issue from that night you were at BMP?
Yes, two things. Cam sensor wire shortening out and Haltech loosing connection and going crazy. New Harness fixed one and haltech was repaired. I hope with the new upgrade that all the issues are long gone,lo.

Mike
 

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Wow Mike! I had no idea you were doing this to your Supra!! Very well done!
Thanks Bro!

Not too many people knew about this. i have been doing the motor since December. I just could not find the time to tear it apart and do it.



Mike
 

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Discussion Starter · #60 · (Edited)
Nice quick work Mike.

What break in oil do you guys use ? & Would it matter which oil you use after that seeing that it's coated
Thanks!
I used 20w-50 for start up. Then switched to Valvoline 50W Racing oil.


Mike,
What fan setup did you have before switching back to stock?
Jason,
I had Flex-a-lite fans for 5-6 years without any issues. Between the new motor and turbo housing, everything is hotter.

dude nice car, btw where did you get the overflow ?
I made my PS and radiator overflow.

Thanks to everyone!

Mike
 
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