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Old 02-15-17, 07:56 PM   #61
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2JZGE (SC300) DISTRIBUTOR COVER

Next file I have is for a basic 2JZGE (SC300) Non-VVTI distributor cover. For anyone going COP but is retaining the stock cam/crank sensors, this is a great way to somewhat cleanly cover up the sensors/toothed wheel. Since the size of this is so small, it should be as simple as getting one 3D printed and your ready to rock. However you could also get one CNC'd out of aluminum or whatever. I made it as simple as possible without any real fancy design features or logos on the front, that way anyone can add their own if they want, but this at least gets you the base part.

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This is the file for the 2JZGE (SC300) Distributor Cover.

As always, I've included both the Solidworks 3D model as well as a STEP 3D file that should work with any number of free viewers. Anyone with SW 2016 can open the 3D model and make any sort of edits they want (add a logo, etc). The STEP file is the file you should be able to give anyone with a 3D printer or CNC machine to just load onto their machine.

Take Note!!!: I have not actually 3D printed one of these yet. So use this file at your own risk. It should work, but if anyone actually gets one made, please post it up! If something doesn't fit right, we can edit it. I'll try and get one 3D printed in the next month or so, but until then fitment of this file hasn't been 100% verified, so I want to make sure that is clear and understood. I'm 99% sure this will fit, but please whomever uses it, please post up your real world results!

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Awesome contribution here Halon. I really like this thread and have a thing or two to share when I get the chance to fire up my modeling PC. Just a heads up to anyone that does try and print this. If using PLA material, it will soften real quick with under the hood temps and especially being right above the exhaust manifold. Make sure you use ABS!!
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I fully plan to have a prototype made out of ABS by the end of the month!
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I've added another configuration of the gauge panel that has the gauges angled towards the driver. SC_2guage_angle_panel. The files have been added to the Google Drive.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1...UI4NVI3WXhEekk

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That is sweet, some really good work going on in here
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OK guys, just fired up my PC and grabbed my power steering reservoir bracket files to mount the reservoir to the tab on the shock tower like the supras. Mounts to the existing tab on the shock tower. Hose clamp required to fix the reservoir to the bracket.

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