GOING 7-MGE TO 2JZ?

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Asked by Oct 01, 2008 at 03:22 PM about the 1987 Toyota Supra

Question type: Car Customization

how much would you think it would cost to make my 7mge a 2jz. Ive heard 10000...yeah 10g's. I think im going to save up and buy one with a 2jz in it.

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10G is a bit much, If you want to do a 1J-2J swap into your 7M Supra and you can do most of the work your self it's more like 4 or 5 grand. I'm doing a similar swap in my 86 Cressida 5M to 1J, a good engine/trans combo with around 35,000 Km on it is going to cost me about 2500 CDN. A site you might find helpful is www.TigerJapanise.com, they are a JDM parts importer, also try any one of the numerous Supra forums.

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thanks for the help. Im glad to know someone is doing it for less than 10g's. Im a member to supramania and most the guys said 10g's for the wireing kit and otherthings. I think they also included the cost of twin turb's. but thanks for your help

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Bah just go 1UZ-FE

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