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Old 12-31-13, 01:11 PM   #1
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So I have 92 scene next month going to put in a vvti 2jz swap but I need any help I can with the wiring .
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Im assuming this is an Aristo VVT-i? After doing an Aristo swap into an SC400, I would HIGHLY suggest just going through Tweaked Performance. The amount of time and involvement of the wiring, is an absolute pain. Unless your going with a standalone, then just make your own harness.
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Thanks yes I have a aem 301100 but it would be a good idea to let them do I guess
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Wiring for a standalone is pretty simple and straight forward, but if you dont have wiring experience, then yes I would still suggest sending the harness out.
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Chaze bays makes n sells premade harnesses for whatever u need.
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I'm planning to purchase a 92' SC400 aswell and do this swap, do any of you know if Aristo swap is the easiest to swap over?
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I'm planning to purchase a 92' SC400 aswell and do this swap, do any of you know if Aristo swap is the easiest to swap over?
The non-VVTI Aristo swap is the easier to wire in/build the harness for. The VVTI is a complete PITA.
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I'm looking to do the same 2jz vvti swap in my 92 sc300 but was wondering if info single will the regular gte down pipe good to work with ? My boy a wire tech my harness get done for $500
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