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Well I didn't take any pics cause the warped valves arnt really noticeable unless you do a leak or a light test in wich this case I did a flashlight test and the two exhaust valves in the chamber I suspected are warped one worse than the other all the other valves look good except one or two other show a tiny bit of light through so ill be replacing some exhaust valves at the least maybe buy a complete set well see. Easy fix just cost money every time the head comes off I gotta buy a new head gasket and head bolts but I just bought the headboard when I built the motor so ill prob reuse them even though technically they're one time use only
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #121 on: Apr 24, 2014, 05:36:28 AM »
Well I got a couple exhaust valves comin in the mail so ill be putting my 04 3rz back in soon. Otherwise nothin new here besides Ill be changing my pitman arm pretty soon and also have stuff to 3 link the front of my truck ill be using old man emu 3" lift coils and links with Heims on one end and bushings on the other that should make it a little more stable on the road with the bushings. Also Guna make an awesome sway bar system that is disconnect. Also scored on a 3.4 with 250k on it don't kno what the plan for that is but Guna put new bearings, seals, timing belt and water pump in it for starters. If I put a 3.4 back in my truck I'd have to build me a v6 tranny cause I think the input shafts are diff lengths. It would also be nice to pick up a 90-95 4 runner that has a blown 3.0 and do a 3.4 swap. Whatever the case I'm def keeping all the awesome motors I have collected:)
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #122 on: Apr 28, 2014, 06:22:45 AM »
Well just got an opportunity to turbo either my 3rz or an old 2rz I have. I've heard mixed things about which motor is better to boost, my 3rz has balance shaft delete so the motors should be pretty much the same beside the longer stroke on the 3rz. Either way something's getting a turbo. I got turbo volvofor free so I got the need to put it on my Tacoma. If everything goes well on the 4 cylinder ill boost the 3.4 down the road.
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #123 on: Jun 08, 2014, 01:27:33 PM »
im looking for a 3rz for the swap as we speak, and my plan includes a turbo.  Interested to see how yours turns out. 
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #124 on: Jul 02, 2014, 06:23:11 AM »
Well I picked up another turbo and I'm back at it. This weekend I'll probably get er all hooked back up. The first turbo I put on was a pos. I rebuilt it but the turbine shaft was bent and I picked up a whole new good working turbo for 1/3 of the shaft replacement. And the new one faces the right direction so I don't have to rotate the compressor and build a bracket for the wastegate acuator like the first turbo. My new turbo is a td05-12b frome a volvo.
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #125 on: Jul 02, 2014, 02:07:32 PM »
Right on! I'm ready to see this thing back on the road, are you coming to Rubicon?
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #126 on: Jul 03, 2014, 05:04:24 AM »
I won't be doin much for a bit I got a little baby comin any day now. And a little update. I fixed my 3rz quite awhile ago and it's been runnin awsome. I ended up Putin another head on it so my trucks always on the road. There's always a motor in it just may not be the best one at the time I got like 3 1/2 motors for the truck cause it's my main driver gotta keep it runnin. Anyway beins I have to stay home and be with the family it's fin turbo time. Pics to come
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #127 on: Jul 05, 2014, 11:27:24 PM »
Here's some crappy pics of my improved setup. Runnin 5 psi with the built in atmosphere blow off valve on the td05-12b volvo turbo. Things are good except the pressure is makin my valve cover leak I gotta run PVC line and breather line to a oil catch/vent can instead of into the pressurized intake manifold. And as far as my exhaust manifold goes I need to build a better one now that everything's workin out. Hp gains could be better. Def need a fuel management/airflow calibrator been lookin at the apexi safc
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #128 on: Jul 05, 2014, 11:28:39 PM »
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #129 on: Jul 05, 2014, 11:30:41 PM »
Guna do some more tweekin with this thing. It's definitely faster and sounds awsome. The factory volvo blow off valve impressed me it does it job.
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #130 on: Jul 06, 2014, 07:28:41 AM »
My temporary boost gauge mounting bracket.  Couple more pics with my phone
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #131 on: Jul 06, 2014, 03:22:05 PM »
I adjusted the wastegate to where I'm only hittin boost in higher rpms. The factory ecu didn't seem like it could handle boost from idle all the way to redline I was cuttin out alit at low rpms. So now I'm running like normal til about 3 grand then 5 psi til redline. I need air flow management bad bug this will do for now. 5psi at high rpms feels like a 3.4 or better :)
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #132 on: Jul 06, 2014, 03:22:56 PM »
I'm explaining things how I see it in my own head. If my terms are hard to understand I'm sorry.
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #133 on: Jul 06, 2014, 06:51:28 PM »
I thought drivin around in the street was fun. Low range with turbo might be even funner.
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #134 on: Jul 07, 2014, 08:41:48 AM »
right on dude. sounds like you are making good progress  :smokin:
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #135 on: Jul 07, 2014, 09:33:28 AM »
It kinda sucks how limited I am without some kind of ecu piggyback to adjust air flow/fuel ratios. So the next step is to save up and buy a 300 dollar apexi SAFC super air flow controller/calibrator there's a whole load of them on eBay. Even with stock injectors if I'm all tuned up with the extra air that's pounding into the motor I should get her to pull a lot harder.
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #136 on: Jul 07, 2014, 09:38:00 AM »
So I have about. 200 bucks or so into this turbo setup. I built my manifold, bought the latest turbo for 50 bucks, then 150 in oil lines, gauge, couplers, and misc hose. Pretty awsome for such a small budget. I want to get a smal intercooler too, it will put me at ease cause I've hit about 8 psi a couple times really rappin it out. It's prob fine but colder air is always better
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #137 on: Jul 15, 2014, 06:00:18 AM »
Here's the 87 Audi intercooler I got from the junk yard wich I had to take back off my truck. With the maf issues I'm havin the extra pippin and cooler made matters worse but once I calibrate for more airflow I'll put it all back on. Also some forklift flex pics
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Re: 98 short tacoma ( the build goes on )
« Reply #138 on: Jul 15, 2014, 06:13:59 AM »
More turbo pics
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Nice work! once you get it running tip top you should slap it on the dyno and see what she's putting down :cool:
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Thanks man. I'm gunna get the SAFC hooked up and do a lot of tuning before I pay for dyno time. I did finally get it pulling pretty hard with the stock ecu but anything past 5 psi at higher speeds she limps out
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Now that I kno I'm guna keep this thing boosted and now that I'm addicted I wana build another exhaust mani. Really take my time on it.
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SWEET! Lets get a video!
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Yes my buddy had the SAFC on his eclipse. They work very well for how inexpensive they are. One thing you may consider down the road, though you arent running much boost, is throwing like a 220 watermeth nozzle on that beast. I have a 550 on my audi and it makes ALOT of difference. After we built the manifold and got the 53mm turbo on there (stock was only 38mm) and going from 12psi to 20psi I was running in the 12.0-12.5 AFR range. Installed the meth and runs solid 11.5-11.7 AFR's, another 5 degrees of timing and way more crisp throttle response. Plus for me the 2.0t fsi direct injection allows the intake valves to carbon up so the watermeth keeps the internals looking shiny clean! Lower IAT's, more timing, cleaner internals, lower EGT's and drops AFR's 1 full point at full spray allowing more boost without fuel cut. Cant go wrong there :beerchug: I have the AEM kit but I've seen people build it for cheap on a budget! :cool: Cant beat boost, who doesnt love to listen to a turbo spool???
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Little turbo porn for ya!



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you guys making your own manifolds?
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only way to go!
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Where did you purchase the parts required? or did you literally fab everything?
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Elbows: http://www.acestainless.com/butt-weld-fittings/304l-buttweld-fittings/weld-els

Flange: http://store.034motorsport.com/exhaust-manifold-flange-2-0t-fsi-2-0-tfsi-2-0-tsi.html

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and a nice TIG machine :beerchug:

I have an exhaust flange for 20r/22r/e from LCE with the 1 5/8'' ports sitting on the shelf, tossing around the idea of boosting my runner but I just want to get it going before I tackle another major turbo swap. Plus the old ECU's are VERY limited with what you can do... I had to purchase an $800 interface for the Audi from Maestro to tune it. My turbo is a T3 borg warner GM3 off of a GMC 6.5 diesel I scored for $50 then rebuilt it for $90 and custom shaved the housings and custom drilled surge ports in the compressor side. Needless to say it whistles LOUD :yupyup: Guys want around $1200 for my style of manifold and we built it for less than $500.

Now enough of the high jacking.

TacomaLover, how are you with a TIG welder?
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