Toyota 86 engine swap




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  • “The 86 is a great-looking car, but it doesn't have the power the chassis and body deserve,” he continues. “This engine swap puts an end to that.

    Engine Swaps & Turbo Power: 86 Style Spotlights Starting with these Super GT -inspired front fenders complete with some serious vent work.

    Hey Guys, First post in here, so please forgive my ignorance. Basically I quite like the GT 86, gorgeous car But from all accounts, it's a slug.

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Click on the icon for your Adblocker in your browser. And this is why. I've got to scoot off, and my focus atm is the rear of the car, but venting is something I'm investigating atm, I think the likely places would be vents towards the front of the bonnet, but on the flat section where there is a low pressure area. To read the full story behind the build, head over to StreetFX's website. A six-speed sequential gearbox, similar to the ones used in V8 Supercars , was added to handle all that newfound power.

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Toyota 86 gets insane 1,hp GT-R engine swap in Australia - Autoblog

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    Hey Guys, First post in here, so please forgive my ignorance. Basically I quite like the GT 86, gorgeous car But from all accounts, it's a slug. From what I have researched a 2JZ engine swap is relatively easy and can be done at what I believe to be an adequate cost roughly 4 - 5k. But as I'm sure most of you will agree, as remarkable as the 2JZ was it is getting to be a bit of an older motor.

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    If I were to mod the FA20, wouldn't the cost come in higher also? Share Share this post on Digg Del. I have always wondered if the fake side vents could be opened up to provide more air cooling.

    Also putting a scoop onto the bonnet might have problems at speed. It would be good to achieve kw and nm. Good luck doing a quality 2JZ engine swap into an 86 for 4 - 5k. While you're doing that, I'll just pop down to the grocery store on my magical flying cow. Dont get me wrong I'm all for forced induction but you have to be a bit realistic about what you will acheive when starting with a 2.

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    Underneath its basically a subaru, so something from the STI or cosworth range is the go. If it had to be from the toyota lineup then one of the Lexus v8s I suppose, a straight 6 would cause a lot of issues with the balance. I've been wondering about opening the fender vents myself. A NACA duct might give enough of a presure gradient to make it worthwhile but I think it may be a high pressure area on the car, so will try to force air in instead of suck it out.

    I know it doesn't seem like that from the wheel arch in front of it, but I'll attach a couple of pics below, first one shows adhesion of dust to the vent area, then the same effect on the back of the car after the same run. The car was not running behind another car, so the front will naturally have less dust than the rear, but still, those vents where practically blown clean compared to the buildup on the bonnet and side of the car.

    I've got to scoot off, and my focus atm is the rear of the car, but venting is something I'm investigating atm, I think the likely places would be vents towards the front of the bonnet, but on the flat section where there is a low pressure area.

    Toyota 86 engine swap

    I might put a post together about the vents and airflow around the car if I can figure out enough to give an accurate comment. You'll need to go with a single turbo setup to get clearance for clutch master etc. The remember the 1st rule of engine conversions This engine also has all the hallmarks of being better than anything that's preceded it for potential power output. I much prefer my GTS 86 to the WRX I had and I loved that car too but it understeered something chronic under power and ran out of puff a long way short of the red line requiring short shifting to get the most out of it.

    This car is much more balanced and ready to perform at a moments notice and it does perform in all respects, including pulling hard into the cut out! When I pull out to overtake I have no doubt about the outcome, once on the cam it's very quick, instantly. Last edited by sierra; at Bit harsh so I toned it down.

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