Since this forum doesn't get much in terms of performance documentation lately and I'm bored I figured I'd start my own build thread to get my *** in gear to start the project.
My 94 SC:
Virgin Engine Bay:
Current goal is to hit 300whp safely and get the bugs worked out with the stock HG and fuel setup. Then upgrade the fuel completely and go for 450whp ish. Once that's working great and the w58 is hating life I'll eventually switch to HOPEFULLY a v160 and go for 500-600whp. This platform is very new to me and with AEM being new as well I'd rather take it slow. I'll probably end up getting AEM running, dialed in way before I try mounting the turbo for good and boosting it.
Current stock pile of parts:
Bone stock GE Motor
- 90k miles
TT OEM Headgasket
ARP Headstuds - <---To buy list*
RMR 90mm Billet throttle body
TT Power Steering Reservior
Phenolic intake manifold gasket
7mGTE CPS w/ polished cover
IS300 Ignition coils w/ DH61 Igniter
7mGTE Harness pack to extend
ETS 4" Intercooler
Tial Q 50mm BOV
2.5" hotside IC pipes to 3" Cold Side
Precision 6265 Billet - Journal w/ 1.00 Divided Turbine (Coated & Polished)
SPracing 2JZ-GE Tubular Manifold - Ceramic Coated
4" Downpipe / Midpipe (I'll be adding a 4" E-cutout to this)
Precision 46mm Wastegate
Fujitsubo SS Cat-back
AEM EMS Ver. 2 W/ IAT- MAP - MAC valve for boost control
AEM UEGO Wideband
Still undecided but leaning towards 1100cc High Imp FIC injectors. Still undecided on which pumps I'd like to run. Opinions or recommendations on fuel setups for 600-700whp? I'd like to steer away from something incredibly noisey like dual out of tank mounted 044's lol. From the videos that I've seen those suckers are louder than hell! Maybe dual denso TT pumps?
I'll probably end up going with a cheap street disc'd clutch in the w58 for the time being until I break something. Hopefully the stock w58 will hold at least 450whp until I can justify the costs of a v160 & rear diff & axles.
Some pix of the fun stuff:
Test Fitted the turbo manifold and turbo and realized there was clearance for the throttle body / upper intercooler piping so I ordered the FSM FFIM kit from Dan:
The ebay 4" downpipe / midpipe from the MKIV TT Supra BOLTED IN with zero hacking or modifying! I was blown away. We'll see what needs to be done to the midpipe once I really bolt it down for good.
Either going to recirculate the wastegate here, or turn the wastegate outlet more and just fire it down with a 90deg dumptube, haven't decided yet.
I'll add more when it comes!