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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Hi Bob, I had a 1mz with a trd supercharger on and was going to invest in some stronger internals etc. When Paul (Woods) was going on about how good these 2gr engines were. My 1mz was producing something like 288 bhp and 260ft/lbs of torque. Anyhow I ended up going for the 2gr and honestly mate if you can afford one get one. With some breathing mods your looking at 325 bhp and bags of low down torque.

If your ever come up to Co. Durham drop me a line and I'll take you out in her.

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Cheers, will be on the hunt for engine mount, flywheel and loom etc.
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I had a dyno run on mine once I put the 6 speed in it. In 4th - it reports around 280bhp, in 3rd, its around the numbers you're seeing (your jpg says 3rd).

For people who understand dynos - why would a different gear used on the dyno produce such different outputs ? (15-20% difference)
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Cheers MR2 V6. I'll be doing it myself as I have a workshop with a ramp. I anticipate the 1mz vvti would be in the region of 2-3k, whereas the 2gr, 6-7??
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 2:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Get yourself over to TwoBrutal. Lots more info on swaps over there, including plenty of homebuilds so they'll be able to help a lot.

http://www.twobrutal.co.uk/forum/
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 3:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

I clicked the link and got this [Shocked] ...

This website has been reported as unsafe
http://www.twobrutal.co.uk/forum/
We recommend that you don't continue to this website because it is reported to contain the following threats:
Malicious software threat:

This site might contain links to viruses or other software programs that can reveal personal information stored or typed on your computer to malicious persons.


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Webroot software installed (firewall antivirus)


Sorry for the offtopic [Whistle]
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 3:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

MRV6 wrote:
Hi Bob, I had a 1mz with a trd supercharger on and was going to invest in some stronger internals etc. When Paul (Woods) was going on about how good these 2gr engines were. My 1mz was producing something like 288 bhp and 260ft/lbs of torque. Anyhow I ended up going for the 2gr and honestly mate if you can afford one get one. With some breathing mods your looking at 325 bhp and bags of low down torque.

If your ever come up to Co. Durham drop me a line and I'll take you out in her.




Wow thats amazing .. i'd love a shotgun ride [Mr. Green]
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 4:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

2mad wrote:
I clicked the link and got this [Shocked] ...

This website has been reported as unsafe
http://www.twobrutal.co.uk/forum/
We recommend that you don't continue to this website because it is reported to contain the following threats:
Malicious software threat:

This site might contain links to viruses or other software programs that can reveal personal information stored or typed on your computer to malicious persons.


[Think]


Webroot software installed (firewall antivirus)


Sorry for the offtopic [Whistle]


That's strange [Think] I've never had that issue before [Eh?]
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 4:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

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2mad wrote:
I clicked the link and got this [Shocked] ...

This website has been reported as unsafe
http://www.twobrutal.co.uk/forum/
We recommend that you don't continue to this website because it is reported to contain the following threats:
Malicious software threat:

This site might contain links to viruses or other software programs that can reveal personal information stored or typed on your computer to malicious persons.


[Think]


Webroot software installed (firewall antivirus)


Sorry for the offtopic [Whistle]


That's strange [Think] I've never had that issue before [Eh?]



I know right .. i'll be brave and disregard and enter the site .. got no money in my bank account anyway [Laughing]
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 5:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Relax, you're safe on TB, it's as safe as Imoc is.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Fare enough, i'll check it out .. if my bank account gets emptied expect a strongly worded pm Paul [Laughing] [Laughing]
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I won't reply to it, i'll be out spending your money.
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[Shocked] Hahahahaha [Laughing]
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

2 brutal is a great resource for V6s. Thanks everyone
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gavsdavs wrote:
MRV6 wrote:

Image Replaced With URL For Quote [url]http://url.photobucket.com/albums/v300/UK_MRV6/url001.jpg[/URL]

I had a dyno run on mine once I put the 6 speed in it. In 4th - it reports around 280bhp, in 3rd, its around the numbers you're seeing (your jpg says 3rd).

For people who understand dynos - why would a different gear used on the dyno produce such different outputs ? (15-20% difference)


Hi Gav, how are things mate? Don't know I had the dyno done on the tubby box, I've not had her on the rollers yet with the six speed. I have the AEM fitted now and just waiting for a map. Then I will organise a power run.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 8:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

2mad wrote:
MRV6 wrote:
Hi Bob, I had a 1mz with a trd supercharger on and was going to invest in some stronger internals etc. When Paul (Woods) was going on about how good these 2gr engines were. My 1mz was producing something like 288 bhp and 260ft/lbs of torque. Anyhow I ended up going for the 2gr and honestly mate if you can afford one get one. With some breathing mods your looking at 325 bhp and bags of low down torque.

If your ever come up to Co. Durham drop me a line and I'll take you out in her.

Image Replaced With URL For Quote [url]http://url.photobucket.com/albums/v300/UK_MRV6/url001.jpg[/URL]



Wow thats amazing .. i'd love a shotgun ride [Mr. Green]


I'll pencil you in mate [Wink]
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 5:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

MRV6 wrote:

Hi Gav, how are things mate? Don't know I had the dyno done on the tubby box, I've not had her on the rollers yet with the six speed. I have the AEM fitted now and just waiting for a map. Then I will organise a power run.

Mine still has an exhaust gremlin - but wrt to power runs the 6 speed drastically changes the applied ratio - Charlie at SRR did one in 4th and it came out low (270-280 I think), then another one in 3rd and it came out high (somewhere around yours). As many have said its really an indication of health as opposed to an absolute, universal figure unless tested beside other cars of the same setup (gearing).
Would like to see yours now the AEM is on it. The vids of Goukys race car are insane.
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2mad wrote:
MRV6 wrote:
Hi Bob, I had a 1mz with a trd supercharger on and was going to invest in some stronger internals etc. When Paul (Woods) was going on about how good these 2gr engines were. My 1mz was producing something like 288 bhp and 260ft/lbs of torque. Anyhow I ended up going for the 2gr and honestly mate if you can afford one get one. With some breathing mods your looking at 325 bhp and bags of low down torque.

If your ever come up to Co. Durham drop me a line and I'll take you out in her.

Image Replaced With URL For Quote [url]http://url.photobucket.com/albums/v300/UK_MRV6/url001.jpg[/URL]



Wow thats amazing .. i'd love a shotgun ride [Mr. Green]


I'll pencil you in mate [Wink]



I wish so much , if you ever passing milton keynes and have 5 minutes for a blast i'll show the the world famous concrete cows [Laughing]


Got any pics mate ?
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 9:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

gavsdavs wrote:
MRV6 wrote:

Hi Gav, how are things mate? Don't know I had the dyno done on the tubby box, I've not had her on the rollers yet with the six speed. I have the AEM fitted now and just waiting for a map. Then I will organise a power run.

Mine still has an exhaust gremlin - but wrt to power runs the 6 speed drastically changes the applied ratio - Charlie at SRR did one in 4th and it came out low (270-280 I think), then another one in 3rd and it came out high (somewhere around yours). As many have said its really an indication of health as opposed to an absolute, universal figure unless tested beside other cars of the same setup (gearing).
Would like to see yours now the AEM is on it. The vids of Goukys race car are insane.


I'm hoping to get the latest map through soon, needs some work on the drive-ability. Then I'll find a rolling road, the problem is the rolling road I used before are not in business any more. Would have been nice to get a comparison.
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2mad wrote:
MRV6 wrote:
2mad wrote:
MRV6 wrote:
Hi Bob, I had a 1mz with a trd supercharger on and was going to invest in some stronger internals etc. When Paul (Woods) was going on about how good these 2gr engines were. My 1mz was producing something like 288 bhp and 260ft/lbs of torque. Anyhow I ended up going for the 2gr and honestly mate if you can afford one get one. With some breathing mods your looking at 325 bhp and bags of low down torque.

If your ever come up to Co. Durham drop me a line and I'll take you out in her.

Image Replaced With URL For Quote [url]http://url.photobucket.com/albums/v300/UK_MRV6/url001.jpg[/URL]



Wow thats amazing .. i'd love a shotgun ride [Mr. Green]


I'll pencil you in mate [Wink]



I wish so much , if you ever passing milton keynes and have 5 minutes for a blast i'll show the the world famous concrete cows [Laughing]


Got any pics mate ?


Hmm that would be a combined 20 years worth of driving for the car [Very Happy]


2gr ready to go in.









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