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    2jz-gte n/a info (wtf i know)

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      Have a look at supra forums.com there's a red wide body supra with a na converter gte with ITBs, sounds good but obviously doesn't make any kinda power worth writing about.

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          Originally posted by Dynoryder View Post
          im after 450hp fly so around 380 rear so about 280rwkw
          that seems like a realistic goal

          get your cheque book out!
          Nope

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                #8
                So you're a 6cyl commodore guy looking to build a 450hp N/A 2JZ?

                Your other posts make sense now.

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                    #10
                    I cant wheight to see how this turns out.
                    #WHOTW award winner #blessed #susanalbumparty

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                      #11
                      its going to be hard to beat an alloy headed 245 hemi for horsepowahs NA.

                      Or try and make a 292 chev live at a high enough rpm to make some hp lol.

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                        Originally posted by Dynoryder View Post
                        oh yea i am going this route as the 2jz is the best inline 6 i can find with the intake to the left
                        Isn't the Ford twin-cam 4.0 litre six like that?
                        You'll find it easier to get the power you want from a four litre engine than a three litre.

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                          I counter wheight to see this 6 litre crank
                          I own a two and a half litre Commodore

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                            Or maybe a Toyota 1FZ, they're 4.5 litres from memory.

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