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Old 04-15-18, 07:02 PM
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A few idiots and I are swapping the 1UZ and trans from a 92 SC400 into our "race car." We pulled as much as we could from the donor car, but are missing the connector that plugs into the trans to control the shift solenoids. For this year of car, it's a six pin connector with two L-shapes in the middle. I'm looking for either to buy the connector cut from a spare harness or info on where to buy the connector to make my own. Additionally, a pinout would be very helpful. Thanks!

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Cannot help you, but love the intro. Post up some pics of your project when you get a chance!
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Cannot help you, but love the intro. Post up some pics of your project when you get a chance!
Here's the car the 1UZ is in; a 1994 Volvo 940. We ran it last year with the B230F that we slapped a turbo on. It ran like garbage, but at least we finished the race and didn't wreck the car.




After being the slowest car on the track, we decided to do something different engine wise. This race series (24 Hours of Lemons, which I'm sure everyone has heard of by now) encourages doing weird stuff, so we went with a 1UZ out of an absolutely ruined SC400. We're ditching the normal fuel injection for carbs for additional weirdness. Either a single four barrel, or if we have time (we probably won't this time), 8 Mikuni carbs from two motorcycles. Also ditching the electronics and just running a simple distributor mounted on a cam wheel. Here's the 1UZ crammed in the bay of the 940. You might be able to see how much of the firewall we had to push back to get it to fit.





We have an Instagram if you want to watch us panic as the hours dwindle away: https://www.instagram.com/gunbarrelcobras/

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This is incredible. Can't wait to hear about your experience getting this running with a carburetor. Please keep us updated!
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