How Much More Power Can We Squeeze Out of a Stock 2JZ Block?
It's been a while since WTF2J got some love and today is the day. We decided it was time to take the Supra off the hoist and test out what the new intercooler, turbo, injectors and much more can do!
This Supra was the car we bought all those months ago, sight unseen, interstate, with many quirky things found inside. Throughout that time many people and companies, as you will see in the video, have helped bring it up to the standard it is today. The main goal of this car is a powerful street car that pays homage to the original Supra that started it all.
Taking it to the dyno at GT Auto, we are aiming for a large power increase and hoping not to blow the engine up (as anyone does chasing a big horsepower increase). The top end has been rebuilt by Next Level and now contains a Kelford Cams 10.2mm Lift set-up, these are mainly used for race but will allow us to get more power out of the engine if need be.
For the beautiful song of a boosted 2J and to see an awesome power gain, check out the video below!
The full engine specification list discussed in the video is included below :
Stock 2JZ VVTi block
Kelford Cams V202-D 272/278 10.2mm lift cams
Hypertune 100mm intercooler & plenum
Turbosmart 60mm gate, BOV & RR-FPR
GCG Turbochargers Pty Ltd GTX3584RS-2
6boost exhaust manifold
Haltech Elite 2500 ECU
PWR Performance Products radiator
Southam Engineering R35GTR ignition coil conversion
Hardrace Suspension Australia engine and trans mounts
Wiring by Whitey's Wiring
Boomslang engine harness
2200cc Bosch injectors
ARP head studs
Head rebuilt by Scott Johnston at Next Level Motorsport
Catch can & fab work by David Johnson
Tune by David Lenthall at GT AUTO GARAGE
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