I'm not sure where I heard this from but I heard there is a twin turbo version if the mk3 in japan, and if this is so why haven't people used it more often, if any one has info on this please inform me cause I really want to know.
Agreed.AZmkiii said:As far as the "why don't more people do it" question:
The 1jz isn't that cheap of an engine, most people here would (at least I think) rather spend that 2k+ modding their 7m
Greddy makes a manifold that runs twin turbos up to a T67 and a Type C wastegate. I can get the part# for you. It runs about $1600 new. No photoshop or jokes there, it's the real deal. There's some other company who makes a twin manifold to run twin CT26's too... Here's pics of the Greddy twin manifold for the 7MGTE:adjuster said:So, what kind of power does that 7MGTTE make? Any figures, or a dyno graph?
If it's real, I'd like to see where power comes on with the longer stroke 7M design.
The only way I'm going to get more displacement is with larger pistons. 85.5mm diameter. (About as big as you can go according to the HKS guys.)
Dang nice pic of a motor, hope it is not just a photoshop marvel.
Those are pics from Jimbo's site. I just posted them up on the thread to inform people that the manifolds do exist and they are made by a reputable company. Greddy still makes the manifold and you can still purchase it new from them in Japan. Taka Kaira stocks the manifold and you can purchase it. I don't know of any other twin kits offered for the 7M from a reputable company.adjuster said:Those photos of the twin turbo manifold appears to be from Atsushi's shop. (Powerhousejimbo.)
Nice unit, but dang expensive when you have both turbo's, fabricated the DP and WG dumps etc.
Bet it makes some serious power however.
Heh. Forgot about that .. the altavista page should help.Silver88Turbo said:Cool....thanks for the link but am I the only one that doesnt see any english on that page?
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