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Old 12-03-2007, 04:45 PM   #1
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Is there anyone out there who has swapped an LS7 into a 01-04 Tacoma 4x4and what kind of mods are needed and can the frame handle it. A good manual tranny to go with it.
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First mod: sell your truck.
Second mod: buy a corvette.
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uhhhhh....why?
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First mod: sell your truck.
Second mod: buy a corvette.
Done.
First off if the Op wants to dream who is to say he can't? will the mod be practical? who is to say? is the idea possible, probably not, but that is how life gets improved, people thinking outside the box.

Hell when I was high school, I thought about putting a small block chevy into a tubed out Karma Ghia…was that practical? was it feasable? no to both, but it was fun to dream about and try and solve all the issues involved with such a swap, and what do you know 20 years later, here I am driving a severly modified solid axled tacoma that has some things done differently than what everyone else has done…but then again that isn't practical either now is it?

and by the way guys, this is the Newbie tech section, in which flaming is not allowed. Instead of being sarcastic, a little tack and knowledgable responses would make this a better "place"

I am not trying to start any bashing, just trying to keep this place civil!
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Who would ask this type of question in newbie tech? Just saying...

On a side note, has anyone tried putting a turbine engine in one of these trucks? I bet it would be pretty siiick.
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Who would ask this type of question in newbie tech?
Because this is the one part of the forums that prohibits flaming so that questions like these can be asked without a ton of BS responses getting in the way.
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I'd be willing to bet that there is less than 100 lbs difference between the V6 and the aluminum chevy motor and they did a tundra V8 swap into an 05-07 last year for SEMA. So, that being said, this is a very do-able swap. Would I do it? no. Simple reason: costly engine adapter issues and you may have to reinforce the frame a little. I would use a toyota V8 and make my life a lot simpler. But, if you really want to do it, there is a company named KEP (kennedy engineered products) in socal that can make your adapter and custom flex plate/flywheel. What the fuck, I put a camaro body on a blazer chassis in high school. So flame away. There, now thats helpful info.
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anything is possible, its just a matter of how much modification is necessary. remember, in the world of cars and trucks, its not cubic inches, its cubic dollars.
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Lots of LS7 interest lately ... there's a thread in OffTopic too.

Looks like the motor itself is going to be at least $12,500.
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that right there could very well be my next signature quote! Nice!
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what about shoeing in a 2jz-gte to keep it al 'yota
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http://www.yotatech.com/f116/2jzgte-swap-kit-130206/
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Too bad the OP went AWOL. I'd love to see how hes doing. I'm waiting for some pics of the motor, his truck, some modding, some hackin'. Hey man, when you get done with your sick swap, throw in a bicycle shifter, 4 wheelbarrow tires, and you'll be good to throw a 1500 badge on it, better yet let me save you some dough; TURD Even comes with a sweet chrome bumper. And its already got the v8 in it.
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In case anyone can't tell, I am a big Chevy fan, but I like that 2jzgte idea a lot better than trying to put an LS7 in there. A high-power turbo motor would be a lot of fun in a truck.
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Hell ya, I allways thought it could be possible to put a Supra moter in a Tacoma~ maybe one day if I ever make some money..
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you should just use a 6.0 out of a chevy truck, with exhaust, cam, and tune it will roll out in a toyota...but i have no info about the swap, but an ls7 isnt all that great, if anything, grab a forged lsx block and just build something that will be alot better for the same price or less
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but an ls7 isnt all that great
Are you kidding? That motor is a monster for a production N/A engine considering it doesn't have the technology/expense of an exotic supercars V10 or V12 motor. That thing also has a great high RPM power for such a large engine.

What exactly don't you like about it? The thing even has forged titanium connecting rods... hehe.
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Are you kidding? That motor is a monster for a production N/A engine considering it doesn't have the technology/expense of an exotic supercars V10 or V12 motor. That thing also has a great high RPM power for such a large engine.

What exactly don't you like about it? The thing even has forged titanium connecting rods... hehe.
x2 on that right there. It's a great motor if you ask me......but I'm still biased and will take the yota over the ls7. But while we're snooring and dreaming soundly of what would be fun how about the IS 350's engine. It's a dual overhead cam v6 24 valve that pushes 306 hp???? Or if we're getting really really freakin crazy.....why not this?



Anyone that could stuff a CAT C7 7.2L in a freakin Taco would be the man. Here are the specs from Cat.

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CylindersIn-Line 6 Bore/Stroke4.33 x 5.00 (110mm x 127mm)Displacement7.2 L (441 cu in)Weight1425 lb (647 kg)Horsepower190 to 300 @ 2500/2400 rpmTorque520-860 lb-ft @ 1440 rpm

HOLY COW!!! Anyway someone pinched me and I woke up lol. I am pretty damn sure that you couldn't even use the Tacoma frame for that engine......not to mention the small fact that the engine would take up 95% of the room under the hood.....and the bottom end would be touching the ground lol. That's the engine we have in our 7-tons. Great awesome engine. Drives a 6x6 fully locked through just about everything
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Too bad the OP went AWOL. I'd love to see how hes doing. I'm waiting for some pics of the motor, his truck, some modding, some hackin'. Hey man, when you get done with your sick swap, throw in a bicycle shifter, 4 wheelbarrow tires, and you'll be good to throw a 1500 badge on it, better yet let me save you some dough; TURD Even comes with a sweet chrome bumper. And its already got the v8 in it.
Dude, thats a good deal on a Chevy I'd pay $1500 for it, If I wasn't saving up $650. for some those damn UCA's!
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Gay. For all the work I would just pick up a 2wd yota p/u and do it to that. The 2jz setup would be sick!
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I heard a rumor CAT is building some truck friendly engines... by which I mean they are going to be put in production units. Any confirmation on this?
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This guy stuffed a vette drivetrain (and engine) into a Civic....

You could certainly do it to a tacoma!

This thing is pretty damn neat. Whoever he is, he's having a lot of fun with it. Looks like a blast! Imagine pulling up beside another civic at a stop light ... Baaaaabuy!!

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Even if Cat did make some truck friendly engines I highly doubt that they would make one for anything smaller than a Tundra. I would love to be able to say the rumor was true though.
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i'd say... do it with a ls1/2/6 to keep the cost down. probably gonna need to use a F-body oil pan that's rear sump. stick with an auto tranny... find a divorced T-case (np205) or something

need to fab up motor mounts and a few cross members..

might be able to stay with the stock toyota fuel system? if its a return style system... i dunno

might be able to stay with the stock radiator too.. LS engines come factory with electric fans though.. so you'll have to wire in a taraus fan or use camaro fans or something

people have been putting chevy V8s in toyotas for years.. I just don't understand it though. yota stuff is pretty dependable
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a couple of TRD stickers and this would work. seriously though if someone is interested in a turbine engine... give 'ol Andy Granatelli a ring, I'm sure he can hook you up, he had the folks in the know.
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I'm not I even understand a Vette engine in a civic........half the body weight is the engine and it's a rolling coffin.

looks cool though
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you don't get it? seriously?

Look, it's the same as obscenely large chacha's on a small, thin, gorgeously pettit kind of frame, with a hotttttt back end.

Now maybe she's a death trap, and or a financial pitfall, but she's something warm and inviting that someone, somewhere, wants to get into.

it's like saying that chicks on the latino version of playboy aren't hot because they don't speakey the english... but hey, they are hot to someone. it's brilliant that someone pulled this swap off even if I agree it is trivial and a bit stooooopid, it would be fun to rip off 25-30 laps at a proper road course with a car like that.

isn't a civic way lighter than a corvette?
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the ls7 is great on paper, in reality it kind of sucks, they are expensive, you can build a ls1/ls2 that makes MORE power for LESS money is all i was saying but this is from a racing perspective where cheaper is better
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This guy stuffed a vette drivetrain (and engine) into a Civic....

You could certainly do it to a tacoma!

This thing is pretty damn neat. Whoever he is, he's having a lot of fun with it. Looks like a blast! Imagine pulling up beside another civic at a stop light ... Baaaaabuy!!

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJ9AHFI-rLs

That must be a really fun car, but considering the fact that the body of that thing is soo light(with the stock drivetrain that Civic is about 900 pounds lighter than the C6 non-Z06 Corvette).... even with slicks on, it was still about 1/4 to 1/2 a second slower in the quarter mile than a stock 2005-2007 C6 Vette can do it in. That's kinda pathetic if you ask me.

Never mind the fact that a C6 Z06 Vette does a quarter mile in a good 1 to 1/2 seconds better than it.
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phsysics is telling me that this is a traction limitation kind of issue. but imagine being able to light them up at hammer down while doing 100, that would be so freaking cool.

road going race cars haven't done that in a decade that i know of, not in the dry anyway. the 1000hp days of the F1 turbo era, the old porsche 917's (McQueen era... ) imagine.

oh man, that's ballsy.
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