ATTENTION!!!! Please bear with us while we make some updates to the Forum and Website, Thanks.......


    SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Share
    avatar
    Starlet 3SGTE

    Posts : 181
    Reputation : 0
    Join date : 2010-01-26
    Age : 54
    Location : Savannah GA

    SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Starlet 3SGTE on Sat Jan 30, 2010 6:56 pm

    Kurai suggested I make a thred about my Starlet build so here goes...

    The body won't be riced out or anything to grab attention. A simple paint job and large rubber stuffed inside the stock quarter panels. A plate on the rear atached to the cage that will make adding the chute easy and quick at the track. This same plate will double as a trailer hitch mount.

    Under the hood you'll find a 91MR2 block head and crank. A stainless ebay manifold flipped upside down will support the precision 6262bb turbo with 3" pipe leaving the bay from there. An external wastegate with a seperate much smaller pipe will exit the bay pointed at the ground but angled back a touch to prevent an accidental oil slick should anything go wrong. A large fmic will cool do prelim cooling of the 30+psi air before routing into a home made intake manifold through a quite large throttle body. Stainless oversized and undercut valves will be fitted into the polished ports and the tvis will not be joining the party. A large and high lift set of HKS bump sticks will be pushing the gen3 shimless buckets with timing set via JUN adjustable gears. CP slugs on carrillo rods will turn the micro-polished crank up to the new 9000rpm redline while very large injectors supply enough fuel to run a supercharged V8. Fire will be supplied through a coil pack as we are going DIS. All of this will be directed back through the W58 Supra 5speed to the 9" ford axle.

    Wink
    avatar
    Kurai

    Posts : 1015
    Reputation : 3
    Join date : 2009-05-21
    Age : 37
    Location : Savannah, GA

    Re: SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Kurai on Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:04 pm

    Oh man thats sounds like it is gonna be a monster...do you got all the parts together already for it? better slap a wheelie bar to that too lol.

    When do you think she will be ready?
    avatar
    Starlet 3SGTE

    Posts : 181
    Reputation : 0
    Join date : 2010-01-26
    Age : 54
    Location : Savannah GA

    Re: SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Starlet 3SGTE on Sun Jan 31, 2010 12:14 pm

    I have almost all the engine parts, the transmission including bell to fit s engine, the rearend and about half of the electronics. I've got the front suspension parts I thought I'd be using but as we all know plans change.
    Doing much research on other cars with similar builds/goals I've come to realize I most likely will need a full caged car to operate safely. Trying to be optomistic I'm looking at that in this manner, chrome moly frame and aluminum flooring will end up being almost as light as the original car. The huge supra transmission has an all aluminum case and bell while the original was cast iron. Sure the 3s and turbo are heavier than the little 4k was but weight will be moved around to get a proper 60/40 balance if not better.
    I'm looking for a true 8 second street car. The original weight of the car was 1758lbs. After the build with driver I'm looking for 2100lbs or less. The engine is being built by most of the specs that the GTP 3s-gte powered Supras used which made over 800hp. I'm not going for the max hp numbers the engine is capable of either as I don't want a dyno queen. The turbo should spool at 2500rpm and be online before 3500. The happy area for the cams is from 4500-9000rpm. Considering the ultra light weight lag shouldn't be an issue with a 2 liter engine. But when the tach passes 5........
    affraid
    avatar
    Kurai

    Posts : 1015
    Reputation : 3
    Join date : 2009-05-21
    Age : 37
    Location : Savannah, GA

    Re: SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Kurai on Sun Jan 31, 2010 4:19 pm

    What are you gonna end up running for a EMS? Thats gonna be a beast.
    avatar
    Starlet 3SGTE

    Posts : 181
    Reputation : 0
    Join date : 2010-01-26
    Age : 54
    Location : Savannah GA

    Re: SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Starlet 3SGTE on Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:39 am

    I'm thinking AEM currently but that may change before the time comes. It won't be piggybacked for sure. I've got to add a sensor or so to make it operate at peak. Most of the normal 3sgte stuff will be done away with, no AFM and very little on the intake.
    avatar
    Kurai

    Posts : 1015
    Reputation : 3
    Join date : 2009-05-21
    Age : 37
    Location : Savannah, GA

    Re: SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Kurai on Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:23 pm

    Sweet stuff, you are gonna have to run some monster rears lol

    Sponsored content

    Re: SP61 - KP61 with 3s-gte

    Post  Sponsored content

      Similar topics

      -

      Current date/time is Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:05 am