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    anyone aware if these are available . i am aware of the TRD-Alpine supercharger kit .cheers
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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    LC Engineering stateside.

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    or make your own!

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    cheers for the input guys .doing some research for a mate ,reckon a venerable ct26 with some homemade & LC enhanced bits( link for the interested) & the projects a goer www.lcengineering.com
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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    might be worth speaking to BeRad. From his sig, he has a 3rz-fe + T

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    ct26 is to small in my opinion, depending on your goals, i have a 3rz with a r33 turbo and its to small also, lance also has a turbo 3rz it can be found in his sig also. between the 2 of us theres enough infomation to make the right choices.

    i dont think its worth importing the kit, you can get one made here quiet cheaply.
    Only the shittiest of wines come in 5 litres

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    cheers BeRad ,the guy looking for around the 40 kw increase ,he's a off roader not a racer like ourselves .I'll send him links to Lance & your threads ,thanks for your input
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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    40kw, you can double the hp with a r33 turbo, an ecu, exhaust and a fmic. cheap as chips and something to scare the kids with.

    if you boost the engine, you NEED an aftermarket ecu, so if that doesnt scare him off i have a wiring diagram matching the stock loom to what they do etc.


    hope it comes in handy, very limited info out there for the 3rz and modifications until now .

    Ignition wire :

    Stock ecu (run it over to the ignition barrell the one in the stock loom cant support the power draw from the switching in the relays what is 12v quickly turns into 3volts which is just not enough captain haha)

    Throttle position sensor :

    Stock ecu Yellow : (signal out)
    Stock ecu Green/yellow trace : (5v input from ecu)
    Stock ecu Light green/black trace : (Ground)

    Cam angle sensor :

    (dont need it if you set the injectors up to run batched)

    Stock ecu Black : (ground) (the cam angle sensor is not needed)
    Stock ecu White : (signal out)

    Crank angle sensor :

    (
    the loom wire colors change from the plug going to the sensor and the plug going to the ecu, those combinations are from sensor to plug)

    stock ecu Red (shielding)
    Stock ecu Green (trigger)
    Stock ecu Brown/White dots (ground)

    Injector 1 :

    Stock ecu Black/pink trace (12v)
    Stock ecu Red/blue trace (ground)

    Injector 2 :

    Stock ecu Black/pink trace (12v)
    Stock ecu Blue (ground)

    Injector 3 :

    Stock ecu Black/pink trace (12v)
    Stock ecu White (ground)

    Injector 4 :

    Stock ecu black/pink trace (12v)
    Stock ecu Red (ground)

    to just use 2 injector banks ive linked injector 1 and 3, and 2 and 4 together
    (note : opposite to how the wasted spark ignition works)


    Coil packs :

    stock ecu black/red trace (12v)
    stock ecu blue/white trace (ignition trigger)
    stock ecu brown (ground)
    stock ecu white/black trace (misfire recognition/tacho) not used on aftermarket ecu's


    thanks to richard for that diagram

    as the diagram said ignition 1 output from the ecu goes to coil pack 1,4 . ignition ouput 2 goes to coil 1,3

    the 3rz coils have built in ignitors hence the 3 wires instead of the 2.


    Idle Motor

    stock ecu
    stock ecu havnt go that far yet.
    stock ecu
    stock ecu




    NOTES : for people that dont know everything

    1. The crank angle sensor is magnetic NOT hall effect
    2. Cam angle sensor is used as HOME but not needed.
    3. The cas is a 34 tooth wheel, but in the trigger setup it needs to be put in as 68 tooth 2 revolutions per cycle.
      (i have trigger btdc set to 50 degrees and offset set to 4) seems to be right .
    Last edited by BeRad; 16-09-2006 at 02:37 PM.
    Only the shittiest of wines come in 5 litres

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    http://www.toymods.net/forums/showth...940#post134940

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    great help . im sure if he goes ahead & comes on the forums you will get your brains picked i personally very much like the modded "minitruck" trend .they look great & haul Ass
    Last edited by ToDa30/4; 16-09-2006 at 01:18 PM. Reason: BeRads quick response cheers mate
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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    lots of custom shit has to be done though, but thats half the fun. but with the above stuff it should be fun.

    on another note if hes only after 40kw a 1ggze blower would be more suited, i know of a few runnin 4agze blowers but are just to small 1.6l vs 2.7. and are running stock ecu's so thats a saving again if your just doing it for a little extra power.
    the turbo ones i know of and have spoken to have been unsuccessful with running the stock ecu with the turbo. there is rumours of moving the afm closer to the throtle body would work, but is all heresay. i wasnt one to cut my nice cooler pipes up to attempt it when it would still be useless to me.
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    Only the shittiest of wines come in 5 litres

    boosted 3rz hilux *new project* mwahaha
    http://www.toymods.net/forums/showth...940#post134940

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    If you feel up to a bit of a list of how u went about the customizing & things to look out for good & bad in your ride thread. would be a big help
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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    i've done a little bit there, the basics are there, got carried away in boredom haha.
    Only the shittiest of wines come in 5 litres

    boosted 3rz hilux *new project* mwahaha
    http://www.toymods.net/forums/showth...940#post134940

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    I'd go down the blower route if it is an offroad racer, you want torque all the time when ya doing that.

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    Hey have you guys seen the ARE silvia. Fitted with a 3RZ-FE, making 744rwhp. It was featured in Zoom, issue91, the one with Shanes Cressida (1JZ-747)

    http://www.are.com.au/Big%20HP/grunter.htm

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    Default Re: turbo kits for 3RZ-FE

    yep sure have, a.r.e is a 10 min drive from me, been there discussing certain things....haha
    Only the shittiest of wines come in 5 litres

    boosted 3rz hilux *new project* mwahaha
    http://www.toymods.net/forums/showth...940#post134940

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