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 Post subject: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2014 9:36 am 
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Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??

What about the toystore,lots of good info on there website?

No turbo or EFI just 2 -45 webers,so maybe 170HP?

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:38 pm 
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whit wrote:
Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??

What about the toystore,lots of good info on there website?

No turbo or EFI just 2 -45 webers,so maybe 170HP?



Is your engine currently a stock 2TG? There are some Toyota high performance heads (known part #s) do you have one? Do you have any of the associated performance parts? Cams, valves, springs, pistons? What is your budget?

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:16 pm 
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Ya right I'll have to come up with more of a plan.And do some more research.
My engine is stock cams and valves with pauter rods all I know.

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2014 7:15 pm 
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200hp is a big ask from an 8v 1600cc engine.

~170hp is what a race motor could do from that era. Not very streetable.

In this quest, displacement is your ally.

Swap to an 18RG? 20v 4AGE swap?

If you're stuck with the 2TG, then the recipe is always the same for N/A build; high compression, big cams, high volume flowing cyl head.


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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 1:36 pm 
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Ya right.gonna stay 2Tg cause that's what I have.But not the next one.
A totally tricked/worked head would be the best.

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 9:03 pm 
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I would not worry about the HP. My preferred set up would be

44 Mikunis
TRD Header (Not Philippine copy... if you know what I mean)
1750cc Pistons @ 10.5 or 11 compression
288 Intake 272 Exhaust cams
Appropriate port work
Light flywheel

The 1750 revs more and is lively compared to the stroked 2000. Of course ultimate displacement is where all the HP is but its all about having fun and 1750 is where it is at IMO.

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2014 3:09 am 
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Interesting thread!
Sorry if I'm highjacking a bit here, but my 2T-G is with the stock Bosch EFi system - thereby it is of course a 2T-GEU.
Would this limit me if I were to start tuning my engine??
I'd like to keep it injected as that's how it left the factory, just as I don't want to do anything that wouldn't have been done in period. Currently the whole engine is stock, so should be producing around 110hp. There's a complete Fujitsubo Giken stainless steel 4-branch manifold and sports exhaust system, but otherwise all is stock.
Which options would I have?? I don't need massive hp as it still want it to be streetable. Perhaps an increase to 130 - 140hp or thereabouts...

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
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since youre running efi, have you considered the 2tg turbo setup?

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2014 11:13 pm 
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potatochief wrote:
since youre running efi, have you considered the 2tg turbo setup?


Naaaah... not really my thing to be honest.
You can roll your eyes at me and call me conservative and a self-proclaimed purist, but I prefer my cars, rwd, manual and N/A... :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2014 7:07 pm 

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02Anders wrote:
potatochief wrote:
since youre running efi, have you considered the 2tg turbo setup?


Naaaah... not really my thing to be honest.
You can roll your eyes at me and call me conservative and a self-proclaimed purist, but I prefer my cars, rwd, manual and N/A... :wink:


I've never done this so I am just speculating but since you already have EFI, why not convert it to IRTBs? Seems like you already have most of the necessary sensors and the ECU so it should be not too hard?

But frankly, nothing beats the music of a Toyota "G" engine with side drafts at WOT... :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 7:25 pm 
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I know that you have not given up on your goal of 200 plus horsepower, correct?

Normally with good full compression maybe 115 Horsepower, How do you squeeze and additional 85 Horse power out of this build without forced induction? Use a different block, from 2T to 3T or 3Y?

I was looking at an old build to have a 2000 cc 2TG full race and it was only rated at 170 PS. or 167.606 HP. Maybe the addition reduction in weight wil allow you to gain maybe 5 HP more for a super light flywheel and a knife edged 3T or 3Y crank with C.D.I. ignition or what ever is the equivalent to a MSD crank trigger. extrude hone the head for better flow and a better fuel delivery system, and you may be close to your goal without force induction. :tu:

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2014 12:34 pm 
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ya 160 a better street number.I have not made any decisions.
I have a 3T block what is the 3Y.Year models?

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 Post subject: Re: Where To Send A Complete 2TG Engine For 200HP Re-build??
PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2014 3:52 pm 
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whit wrote:
ya 160 a better street number.I have not made any decisions.
I have a 3T block what is the 3Y.Year models?

http://www.toyota-industries.com/component/products/y.html

More information is on the 3TCgarage.com on this application which was were I had heard of that modification.
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This is the low emissions motor with catalytic converter exhaust system

OHV 8 valve
Displacement: 1,998 cc
Inside Bore × Stroke: 86.0 mm ×86.0 mm
Compression ratio: 8.8
Reference output: 63kW at 4,600 RPM, 155 Nm at 3,400 RPM

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