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Old 08-10-14, 06:41 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I have yet another distraction to my eternal Lexus build. LOL

I am on a info seeking mission. I need to try and gather some dimensional information on A2jzgte motor. I am wondering how big of a box it would take to house it. In other words, if you were going to put the motor in a rectangle cabinet, what would the rectangle box dimensions need to be. I attached some pictures to better explain.
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Old 08-10-14, 09:24 PM   #2
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Not to sound harsh or anything but why cant you just measure yourself? I mean it might not be too accurate but hey give it a couple inches more and you'll have a cabinet big enough for it!
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Not to sound harsh or anything but why cant you just measure yourself? I mean it might not be too accurate but hey give it a couple inches more and you'll have a cabinet big enough for it!
First, if I had a motor I wouldnt be asking for measurements. I just used internet pictures. Second, its not about building a cabinet, its about trying to install it in an old vintage vehicle that was never designed for it.before I go spend $3000 I wanted to get a general idea of the size of the motor. I hate to buy one and just have to resell it if it doesn't fit.
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Il try to get you measurement tomorrow. I have one sitting in my garage.
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First, if I had a motor I wouldnt be asking for measurements. I just used internet pictures. Second, its not about building a cabinet, its about trying to install it in an old vintage vehicle that was never designed for it.before I go spend $3000 I wanted to get a general idea of the size of the motor. I hate to buy one and just have to resell it if it doesn't fit.
Ahhh gotcha, that's why I was confused I thought you had the engine and those were your pics! Sorry man just a bit of a mix up! But either way sounds like a cool project
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it should be a pretty cool project, this is what I would like to put it in. Truck has a inline 6 in a motor box between the front seats, naturally I thought of the 2 JZ :-)
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Scott, here is a little info:

http://www.supraforums.com/forum/sho...ensions-of-2jz
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Isnt exact numbers but theyre close +/- and inch or so. Also the measurement on the transmission is a v160 with the tripod
31,27,33, 16, 14, 32
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That thing would be hella silly looking pulling away from Vette on the highway lolol
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