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Old 07-18-2012, 01:20 AM   #1
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This is GT86/FR-S #2 with a 2jz.

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Where's the NOS? In for vids of this on the road.
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Fugly-**** Exterior though....Yuck.

The 2JZ Swap is awesome!
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Old 07-18-2012, 02:11 AM   #4
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^+1 on that. Not a fan of that body work. Fredric Aasbo's 2jz swapped one looks much better with the 6666 body kit.
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Kinda sucks to see a motor swap already when we don't even really know the potential of the stock motor
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It should have had a straight 6 from the factory.
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What happened with all the talk about being balanced? Now adding at least 350 lbs to the front of that car is cool? lold.
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Old 07-19-2012, 01:54 AM   #9
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What happened with all the talk about being balanced? Now adding at least 350 lbs to the front of that car is cool? lold.
They didn't do it for balance. They did it because the engine is tried and true, no R&D to be done, and makes power easily. Not a hard concept to grasp.
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If you want to keep with balance, mod the stock engine, or swap in another boxer engine then. I think the power output with this should make up for any balance concerns lol.
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it'll still run 13's in the quarter mile
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Like a Boss!
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Lol at the Mexi-poke, probably the first I've seen making it functional.
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this was bound to happen lol. looks clean but I still want to see how much we can squeeze out of the stock engine
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looks sweet,I Want a 2JZ swap now, And I agree with Jon should have been a 6 from the factory, but this is a scion (inexpensive spots car)
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yeah once i get into an fr-s, hopefully soon, i would roll the stock motor for a while but once its paid off 2JZ for the win one of the guys in an old car group back home had a supra with the 2JZ and it was one of the most amazing engines i have seem to this day
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It's so cool tuners are going back to the 2jz again but as some of us know thats a cast iron block so how much weight does that add to the car? Why not use 2UR from the IS-F? They probably are about the same weight being that the 2UR is aluminum and great torque and horsepower stock. I know someone will come in with the 2UR isn't tunable but let's not forget the 2jz wasn't supposed to be either. Someone need to give those V8s a go.
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It's so cool tuners are going back to the 2jz again but as some of us know thats a cast iron block so how much weight does that add to the car? Why not use 2UR from the IS-F? They probably are about the same weight being that the 2UR is aluminum and great torque and horsepower stock. I know someone will come in with the 2UR isn't tunable but let's not forget the 2jz wasn't supposed to be either. Someone need to give those V8s a go.
In my opinion the IS-F engine is way to big to fit in this car. I can say this because me and my fiance have 4 cars The FRS,TC,IS-F and her toy new 2011 SRT-8 charger mopar (Fast). I was researching the IS-F engine and I can say for a fact that with out tons of cutting and welding fabricating and even still that engine will not fit in the frs. But it does seem like a nice idea.
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