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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSupra
    It's just waiting to rape something.
    Its deffinatly going to F#ck BMW owners
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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    thats crazy
    when your done , let us know when I can give your my car to have that transplant

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    That's it, I've given up, the 1G is back in... Justen - when are coming over?

    ...just kidding (about giving up).

    Thank you all for the kind words (of Bavarian fornification...).

    Some updates. A NZ bellhousing was tried (thanks Ed) with a W58 (thanks Ed).



    The bellhousing itself looks quite nice. The tip of the input shaft protrudes into the crankshaft (bottom image) just the right amount, and in general everything lines up.



    The bellhousing fits the engine reasonably well, although the holes for the dowels are not quite right - about 0.5-1.0mm out. The factory bolts, while all lining up quite well, would require a little bit of clearancing to allow some sort of tool (socket or ring spanner) to be used to actually tighten them (the lack of bolts in the image is mainly due to laziness of having to do them up by hand as virtually none of the recesses fit a socket).

    The gearbox interface is somewhat similar. Recesses are not quite large enough to fit a socket and, while the dowels line up perfectly, the bolt holes are just that little bit off that you can't start the thread with confidence.
    Options are either to mill out the bellhousing, grind down the socket, or use hex bolts.



    Installed in an IS200 on the custom mounts, the above combo places the JZA80 shifter some 10mm rearward of the centreline of the auto shifter.

    Manual pedal box has arrived (Thanks Glenn) but not installed yet.

    Exhaust is done but no photos at the moment.

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Quote Originally Posted by beerbaron
    thats crazy
    when your done , let us know when I can give your my car to have that transplant
    Mr Baron, I'd highly recommend a 1JZ

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    so thats what eds parts look like actually assembled
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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Luckily the JZ bellhousing was the dirtiest part

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    So Mos, some questions.

    Autronic? Commandeered Ed's bellhousing? In? Running? Working? Skids and pictures thereof or are you really going to make us wait?

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Just need to find a way to "borrow" Ed's flywheel, then I'm set

    It was in already, now it's out. Need to collect remainder of manual parts, then pull the car back apart and pillage (it only took less than two evenings to put it back together - needed a break from driving the "hire" car).

    Factory ECU still not completely ruled out.

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Quote Originally Posted by Mos
    Just need to find a way to "borrow" Ed's flywheel, then I'm set
    Get another made by Race Alloy Components dude.

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Quote Originally Posted by gianttomato
    Get another made by Race Alloy Components dude.
    Way too expensive. (double what Ed paid).

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    i'm just posting to repeat what just about everyone else here has said; this is a fecking awesome project, with some fecking awesome workmanship behind it from all involved.....



    .... except Rod.
    ...... butt scratcher?!


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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Quote Originally Posted by Mos
    Options are either to mill out the bellhousing, grind down the socket, or use hex bolts.
    The last time I tried to buy some cap head screws in M12 x 1.25, they were a bit hard to come by! Maybe some factory Toyota cap screws sourced from another part could do it???? OR maybe I am dreaming and they're now readily available??
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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    Specialty Fastners here in ACT has them no probs. Got mine in Zinc i believe
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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    I have a box of 10 here. I got them thru Metfasteners in Chifley Drive, Preston Took a day to get in.

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    Default Re: 1UZ-FE VVTi into IS200

    boltmaster in nth paramatta has them - just bought a bundle for the brembo caliper brackets
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