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If anyone has any flow bench data for the stock heads I would appreciate it.
- Intake valve diameter.
-Average port diameter
-Port length
-exhaust valve diameter.

The other info I would like is:

- Bore X Stroke
- Rod length
- Compression (8.5:1???)
- Intake manifold runner diameter. Flow bench for stocker if possible.
- Intake manifold runner length
- CFM of flow for throttle body
- If anyone knows what the stock exhaust CFM is...
- Does anyone know what a STOCK Supra's PSI is at :)


Thats all for now...

Please help!
 

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silvino said:
He's not asking for intake manifold flow data but from the head so this data is useless to him.

I have flow numbers but I tested with the intake and exhaust manifolds on so I don't think you'll want it.
oops... the two just associated with each other in my mind...

anyway...
cam duration: 233 deg
cam lift: 8.25mm
compression: 8.5:1
bore: 86
stroke:86
stock boost: bout 11 psi

this is all i can think of off the top of my head
 

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Thanks guys, so far so good.

I got a gentlemen I work with who is a block copier.

He copies all the great blocks, and does great cast work.

Just speaking with him to do some 2JZ-GTE reproductions.

The more accurate the data the better.

Basically take the motor thats in use now, make it with better materials.

But we need other specifications as well, for other more automotive reasons, he just wanted to see what the specs were for the heck of it.
 

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Beau said:
Thanks guys, so far so good.

I got a gentlemen I work with who is a block copier.

He copies all the great blocks, and does great cast work.

Just speaking with him to do some 2JZ-GTE reproductions.

The more accurate the data the better.

Basically take the motor thats in use now, make it with better materials.

But we need other specifications as well, for other more automotive reasons, he just wanted to see what the specs were for the heck of it.
itd be nice if a company came along and started building supra crate motors... it would make life easier for we lazy people
 

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Not exactly sure what he would have in mind. But wouldn't a sleeved aluminum 2JZ have less strength.

P.S. I guess Im gonna need more informaiton guys. A LOT more :}
I still dont have many of my origonal questions answered.
Those cam specs need to be much more specific :]
 
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