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Old 05-11-2003, 06:57 AM
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Default 22re 4X4 T3 power :-)

I just picked up an 89 Toyota Pickup for $500. I was told the engine was locked up from overheating.
Well, I unloaded it from the trailer and decided to hit the key. It turned over! Im thinking at most I will need a headgasket because it sounded like there was no compression.
In any case, anybody have a 22re laying around? With my luck, the engine is history, so Im still looking for another one.
Im gonna slap a lil .38 T3 on there, fmu, and run 3-5 psi. Bosch BOV. I wanna be able to make it up any two track w/out running out of steam

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Wow tinker, you live in the boondocks.
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22R's are stout motors.....but they've been known to have hg problems, hehe.

Boost the hell out of it. Looks to be a fun project. I had a friend that had an older Toy 4x4 with 22r and we used to abuse the **** out of it.
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do some research... its not what you think it is. Check the timing chain guides.


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im running a standalone we built and a t3t4 57 trim
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I dont think you can just toss an fmu on a mass air motor
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you can, and it will work, but it sucks as usual. Also its a mass air meter, it doesunt use a wire, it uses this antiquated spring loaded flap thing, its really a crappy system
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22REs are great. SuperT made ~500 WHP on his before the 2JZ went in.

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Good deal Tinker, i have the 2wd drive version with 186K miles on it and it runs good.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by TheShocker &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">22REs are great. SuperT made ~500 WHP on his before the 2JZ went in.

-Seth</TD></TR></TABLE>

He would have made more power if the manifold was a Full-Race product
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So should I just use the stock MAF sensor? I was just going to route the turbo inlet through it, and call it good. I would think that the small amount of added air wouldnt affect anything too much.
Get some more pics of your truck up Geoff, that one didnt work...
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by t04s &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Wow tinker, you live in the boondocks. </TD></TR></TABLE>
yup...hehe, nothing else for me to do, except cut and weld
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nice steal for 500 bucks. 22re's are a dime a dozen youll have no problem finding one. My 89 has the shitty 3.0 v6 in it. Yeah the one that dont idle for ****, has all the recalls, and you cant repair anything. Changing the oil takes a good hour.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by FFgeoff &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">do some research... its not what you think it is. Check the timing chain guides.


A pic of my 22r truck



What the Funk? That thing is awesome where can I see more of it?


im running a standalone we built and a t3t4 57 trim
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Default Re: 22re 4X4 T3 power :-) (Tinker219)

very cool tinker....

i guess there is a benefit to living in the middle of bumble ****...

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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by integra-modder &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">very cool tinker....

i guess there is a benefit to living in the middle of bumble ****...

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I have some nice wheelin territory around here too. I tell you what, the whine of the turbo and the pop of the BOV will make the people up here on the trails run for cover...
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Default Re: 22re 4X4 T3 power :-) (Tinker219)

Man, that is a great deal for a clean body and 4WD drivetrain.

22R's labyrinthine timing chain tensioners/guides or HG are valid opinions. You're supposed to pop the head off when putting a timing chain on those motors, and I know people who just l-i-f-t it a little and try to get by without a proper replacement. I also know people who can pop the cam gear on + off without removing the head, or so they claim - good luck trying.

I think .38 AR will be really crappy, go with a .48 if you want low spool. With .48 turbine, and regular T3 compressor of some nature, on a 2.4 liter you'll start spooling at ~1000 if there's load on the engine.

There's a guy locally running a GM 749 ECM on his T3 Toyota truck, his name is Jon, he might be able to advise you at little: [email protected]

You might look into running dual Toy VAFs (Vane Air Flow - it's not a MAF as pointed out earlier) with an AFC like the Supra guys do to fit in more boost.
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cool, thanx for the help dude...
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hrmm... i'd say swap in a 7m-GTE. http://www.yotapower.com

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On the engine swap into Toyota truck subject, there's supposed to be a guy who runs around town with a lightly wrecked in the front mid-80s Toyota 2WD pickup, hood held shut with bungee cords, and a lightly modded 2JZ.

The rumor mill claims low 11's, you know what the rumor mill is worth, but I wouldn't be surprised if it were true. The non-4WD doesn't weigh anywhere what a Pigsupra does.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by 93LSivic &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">

He would have made more power if the manifold was a Full-Race product </TD></TR></TABLE>

Yeah he probably would have made 1700 HP thanks to the collector design and the 304 stainless steel weld els.

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these motors are good for turbo? My dad has the 2WD version, does that matter?
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Yep and they have great rear ends too. Handled 500 WHP for two entire seasons without a single breakage.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by TheShocker &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Yep and they have great rear ends too. Handled 500 WHP for two entire seasons without a single breakage.</TD></TR></TABLE>

hmmm ... *evil grin*
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1jz or 2jz...a 7mgte is ok, prone to hg problems. ive never seen one in person that has put down over 450.
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the stock axles are badass. I actually run the slightly beefier (and wider) axle out of the toyota tundra which uses a 30 spline shaft, which is actulaly shared with a Dana 60. The housing already comes with a pretty beefy truss from the factory, and serious trussing is helpful, but definately not necessary. daves 22r truck is crazy fast tho, he must have huge ***** running on stock leafs like that... thats just scary/dangerous. did he have headwork?

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not-so-recent pics of my truck &lt;insert 32 gal fuel cell and a lot more tubes&gt;





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