you gonna run lower compression pistons ? also hope you dont have turbo lag.
Yup I have a couple threads over thereYou wouldn't happen to have a thread on 4btswaps on this? Something I'm very interested in doing to my lil taco at some point
Yeah its complete right now im just fine tuning it. With the HE351VE I blew my head gasket, made around 45-50lbs.Nice is the motor in the Tacoma yet?
How much boost are you making?
No I'm keeping the stock pistons... turbo lag isn't really an issue with a programmable controller plus swapping the HE341VE housing and wheel gives me an HX35 size turbo with the VGT.you gonna run lower compression pistons ? also hope you dont have turbo lag.
Did you have to do a body lift to make the 4bt fit. What did you do for the front end solid front axle? Time for marine head gasket and head studs it sounds like.Yeah its complete right now im just fine tuning it. With the HE351VE I blew my head gasket, made around 45-50lbs.
With the HE341VE housing and wheel I made 25lbs without pushing the motor, but I am still programming the controller. The actuator doesn't move in a liner fashion. It jumps from one position to the next so its hard to get quick spool without surging or increasing lag.
Can you post the link of your build?no body lift, it fits in there pretty good. The frame is plated inside and out up front and its boxed and plated in the back.
the front I have battlement fab Y-Links and 6" alcan springs in the back. I am planning on getting 12" springs for the back. the 14" coil overs are alittle higher then I figured they would be. I have 4" up and 10" down. Im hoping 12" rear springs will be alittle higher then the front so I can lift it a bit more.
Timing is set at 18*, right now there really isn't a lot of boost. I'm planning on keeping it at 35lbs for now. Once I get the supercharger on I'm planning on getting studs and steel pistons.with added boost you really need to lower compression ratio on pistons, change timming and adjust fuel components. jmo
Yup still have the engine break, basically right now the turbo has two controls. An automatic response (sensor) and a manual control (knob). If you turn the knob all the way to the left it engages the break. There's other ways you can engage the exhaust break you just need to kill the 5v reference.Well that's pretty cool. Wasn't aware there was a 341VE. Does it still have an exhaust brake function?
I am using a Getrag 360 and NP205, rear axle is a Dodge Dana 70 and the front is a Chevy Dana 60Can you post the link of your build?
What did you do for a trans?
Thanks, yup stock 3.4 radiator. From what I read a lot of people have problems with 4BTs overcooling instead of over heating. I want to get an aluminum radiator with an electric fan, right now I don't even have a strode.Nice work. :thumbsup:Is that a stock Toyota radiator? How does it keep up with cooling?
Notice a difference in vibration between the motor mounts?