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Engine TRD SUPERCHARGER X100

Discussion in 'Powertrain' started by Irvin, Aug 8, 2012.

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    Bro 2 bro.
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    No point even trying
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    Gold would NPF himself lol
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    So you take away the fun from all of us
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    I didn't mean to make you cwy
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    Those are happy tears
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    So what was the total cost of this project after it was all said and done? And why is the trd ecu needed, will the stock ecu with a standalone or piggy back with a tune not work?
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    i might have a supercharger for sell soon(i have a change of plans in my build )
    yes a piggy back will work you will need a tune on that which isnt really a problem.

    The TRD ecu helps us out in Cali with emissions.Piggy backs are kind of illegal here
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    Ok I gotcha how much you lookin at selling it for? And what's your new plans?
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    im looking for 800 obo Still deciding but might go 2zz
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    Send me a PM idk how, I'd like to know some more about it thanks.
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    Oh ok I knew how to do that but I thought that was public.
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    I bought the Supercharger kit for about $1000 if I remember correctly. The radiator was $100. The 9th gen ecu was about $60. I made my own wiring harness. The radiator hoses were maybe $30. .. I can't think of anything else I needed.
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    Is the bigger radiator necessary or does it just move the radiator hose to a different spot?
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    Yeah. The 8th gen points right at the supercharger.

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    Oh ok thanks Irvin, pics explain it all. Which radiator did you go with? And do you have the part numbers of the radiator hoses you ended up having to use?
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    Supra Non turbo 89-93 Radiator. I think I used 2 different hoses for the upper. A 9th gen Corolla upper mixed with I think an 8th
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    Ok thanks and what about the bottom did the 8th gen hose work? And was it hard to get your fans mounted to that radiator?
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    I think it was the stock 8th gen and the coolant fans = Zip ties FTW
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    Where did you get your radiator, did you use an ebay one or get one from an auto parts store?
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    Off my Supra :fyeah:
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    Ahhhh I see lol so no mods need to be made to the radiator correct?

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