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  1. Carlos Cortez
  2. ivan129
    ivan129
    I'm sure there's a few more horses in there somewhere
  3. Peter_Wanford Performance
    Peter_Wanford Performance
    Toyota 1UZFE V8 Connecting rods H beam racing custom made
  4. Peter_Wanford Performance
    Peter_Wanford Performance
    Wanford provides custom made performance race/tune auto parts, including Toyota 1UZFE V8, like conrods, cams, cranks, pistons, solenoid,etc.
  5. 1uzzJJG
    1uzzJJG
    Tbh I'm trying to learn all of it cause I might want to end up going itb and want to make a custom hood just don't know where to look ‍♂️
  6. 1uzzJJG
    1uzzJJG
    I got questions lmao im new and learning, mainly look for driveline n diff questions with a 1uz swapped mx73
  7. PeteD
    PeteD
    1UZ-FE in a HiLux?
  8. uzfesx
    uzfesx
    bought a SC motor without realizing that Toyota decided to make it rear sump :/
  9. Luciano
    Luciano 4U2QUIK
    Hello i just purchased a 1981 Cressida x60 with the 5me in it currently and I want to swap a 1uz into it and a quick google search brought me to this forum. I was wondering if you still make parts for these Cressidas and what kind of pointers you got. I was thinking of just buying a 92 sc400 for the engine, transmission, drivetrain, harness and whatever else I needed. Thank you.
  10. Jcrawl
    Jcrawl
    In a state of confusion
  11. Tarek
    Tarek RocketFoundry
    Hello,i want a 1uz VVTI charger Manifold. Kindly send price and& Pics to m214_214@hotmail.com
  12. Kang
    Kang
    If the pics don't go I'll link my YouTube channel and you can follow along with the build.
  13. Kang
    Kang
    I've the 4runner completely stripped and ready for body work and frame restoration. Will post pics as soon as I find out how lol.
  14. Kang
    Kang
    Hello, I've a fun project in the works. My 87 4runner is undergoing a makeover into an overland dream.
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  15. camo 32v dohc
    camo 32v dohc
    Chasing information on a 89661-50070 1uzfe ecu pinout diagram
  16. Synchromash
    Synchromash
    I'll be honest, I'm just here to swap sump parts because I wasn't in the know enough when I bought my motor.
  17. Kirk
    Kirk andrewzuku
    Hey Andrew
    Stumbled across the Hilux you built. Thought I'd let you know it's still alive. I bought it around a month ago.
    The last owner just fitted a new 4.8 ratio lsd.
    I've repaired and welded the floor pans and replaced the seats.
    It's currently in getting a new splitronics ecu, tcu and wiring loom. Then a Dyno.
    I plan to use it as my daily.
    Love your work
  18. Swan song
    Swan song gloverman
    Do you know if the IACV is constantly used to maintain the idle for the engine? Or is the IACV only for when the motor is cold, and once the engine is warmed up it should be able to idle all on its own?
    1. gloverman
      gloverman
      used all the time.
      Jun 25, 2018
  19. Swan song
    Swan song gloverman
    What is the detailed process for taking this IACV motor apart?
    1. gloverman
      gloverman
      Sorry i dont have a detailed process. I sort of just know how to do it. Theres a bit of a trick to prying it in just the correct spot for the crimps to let go.
      Jun 25, 2018
  20. Swan song
    Swan song gloverman
    One other issue I should mention is that it would idle 1 out of 10 starts. It would adjust idle, and at some point die. Now, however, even resetting the battery power, it won’t idle at all. I’m thinking it needs an IACV. alas, it is the type with no screws to rebuild the IACV motor and bearings.
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    2. gloverman
      gloverman
      Yes mrel opens the relay for +b and +b1 and the IAC. Fc and fpr can be tethered to negative trigger a relay for the fuel pump.
      Jun 10, 2018
    3. gloverman
      gloverman
      To pull the IAC apart you remove the roll pin to remove the motor from the body.
      Jun 10, 2018
    4. gloverman
      gloverman
      Then strip the motor apart. Theres a trick to pry them to bits.
      Jun 10, 2018
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