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Supra powered S2000 on ebay - April 4, 2007, 02:25 PM

A single turbo 2jz-gte in a S2000. That is all.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2jz-H...QQcmdZViewItem


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April 4, 2007, 03:02 PM

Fairly heavy lag in that huffer. There is a company in FL that does that conversion.
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i would have done an LS1-s2k
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April 4, 2007, 06:33 PM

betcha it handles like crap...the 2jz-GTE motor is significantly heavier than the F20C or the F22C...as for an LS1...talk about front heavy


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April 4, 2007, 07:49 PM

...but why... for the cost of that swap he could have built the F-series in it to that kind of power... oh now i remember, dumb ass 82nd Division Snuffy Joe with to much deployment cash...


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April 4, 2007, 08:43 PM

Supra motor in a Honda...that's just not right man. Although, I do love when people drop the 2JZ-GTE into the IS300...talk about a sleeper...or worse yet the tacoma A friend of Karli and me has an IS300 that puts 750RWHP (he has the dyno sheets to prove it) and the car looks BONE stock! Crazy...car runs consistent 10's in the 1/4 mile...now if that's not a sleeper I don't know what is. (yes...the IC is painted black and the exhaust looks stock as well) Good stuff!


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April 4, 2007, 09:06 PM

Thats crazy, Chris I would love to see that car.
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April 4, 2007, 10:08 PM

ISP in maryland is doing this same thing...

they are pretty much drag cars and its a VERY VERY effective swap with not too bad of a price tag and the motors are reliable


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April 4, 2007, 10:41 PM

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betcha it handles like crap...the 2jz-GTE motor is significantly heavier than the F20C or the F22C...as for an LS1...talk about front heavy
The 2J is about 200lbs heavier than the LS1 (around 590 to 390). Interestingly enough, it is my understanding that the LS1 weighs roughly the same as the F20C when both compared without transmissions. If that is true....I will take an LS1 (or LS7 if it would fit) all day long. Can you say....torque....?
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April 5, 2007, 10:09 AM

blackhatch...hrm..I don't know the weight of the F20C, but I have weighed a 4g63T (iron block, while f20C is aluminum) and the motor weight is in the 250 range...I would doubt the F20C is much over that...

of course, this is one of those "what are you including in the mass" kind of discussions, I would say we try to find the dry weight of a motor, with fixed ancillaries (water pump but no alternator or p/s pump), without anything else (e.g. long block w/ waterpump)

the LS would definitely fit, at least planform wise...vertical, I don't know, though the hood heights of an S2k and a vette are comparable...the engine bay of an S2000 is suprisingly empty (judging by how easy it was to clean mine)

offsetting the 150lbs of mass up front...well, if you did a vette drivetrain swap and used a shortened torque tube w/ a rear transaxle, that would likely do it, and be substantially beefier than the stook parts

as for why the 2JZ weighs more...iron block! which is useful when pushing a crapload of boost (see 4g63, etc), however, in huge horsepower applications, the LS wins as its larger displacement (2x in LS2 config, 2.33x in LS7) enables same hp for lower chamber pressure


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April 5, 2007, 10:19 AM

Why mess up a great car! Near 50/50 weight dest! Now 75/25 weight dest! Great idea.


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blackhatch...hrm..I don't know the weight of the F20C, but I have weighed a 4g63T (iron block, while f20C is aluminum) and the motor weight is in the 250 range...I would doubt the F20C is much over that...

of course, this is one of those "what are you including in the mass" kind of discussions, I would say we try to find the dry weight of a motor, with fixed ancillaries (water pump but no alternator or p/s pump), without anything else (e.g. long block w/ waterpump)

the LS would definitely fit, at least planform wise...vertical, I don't know, though the hood heights of an S2k and a vette are comparable...the engine bay of an S2000 is suprisingly empty (judging by how easy it was to clean mine)

offsetting the 150lbs of mass up front...well, if you did a vette drivetrain swap and used a shortened torque tube w/ a rear transaxle, that would likely do it, and be substantially beefier than the stook parts

as for why the 2JZ weighs more...iron block! which is useful when pushing a crapload of boost (see 4g63, etc), however, in huge horsepower applications, the LS wins as its larger displacement (2x in LS2 config, 2.33x in LS7) enables same hp for lower chamber pressure
I think the weight quotes were for accessories on the F20C. I could not fing any other good data on it. You figure the F20C is going to gain some weight with a turbo and intercooler to get near the 400HP mark anyway and the LS1 can do that NA easily. They now have 500HP+ NA LS1s running around...reliably.

Supra blocks are cast iron and capable of sustaing 900+ HP on stock internals due to the substantialness of the mains and internals. That being said, there are 1000HP LS1s that are living quite nicely under boost. Weak link in that engine is pistons and rods.

BTW ZootZoot, an extra 150 over the nose would not upset weight distribution more than 5% tops.
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April 6, 2007, 09:28 PM

I'm getting parts together to put an LS1 in my 240sx. Many pro drifters are going V8 because of its torque about (300lbs at 2500 rpm) and reliability
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April 8, 2007, 06:23 PM

unique swap, people put those engines and ls1's in so many other cars.


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April 8, 2007, 06:31 PM

I want Jay Lenos thousand horse rear drive Toronado


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