Need advise, soon 20v build

SantanaAE86
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Need advise, soon 20v build

Postby SantanaAE86 » Fri May 22, 2015 1:13 pm

Hey guys I have a few question ,need some help with my soon ae86 20v proyect
My first question is how much hp can the t50 handle and the stock sr diff?? My t50 is from a 3tc cause the one from the 4a is damaged so im going to just swap the bellhousing to fit te 4age
I want to realy go hard on this n/a build. Whats better for my ignition setup .. stock dizzy location or honda civic COP? , how can I put the 20v water system like the 16v ? I want to go like 150 to 160hp n/a
I need some really good advise ,thanx

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Re: Need advise, soon 20v build

Postby jondee86 » Fri May 22, 2015 11:53 pm

The t50 will be OK if you don't beat on it too hard, but you should try and
hunt down a GTS rear end. Lot of good information on the 20V conversion
available here... http://www.sq-engineering.com/

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Re: Need advise, soon 20v build

Postby burdickjp » Sat May 23, 2015 6:44 am

It's just easier to do COPs in an FR 20v. I prefer 1ZZ coils over the Honda coils.
Where are you located? I have a GT-S T50 for sale.

I think the GT-S diff is a better choice.
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Re: Need advise, soon 20v build

Postby SantanaAE86 » Sat May 23, 2015 8:53 am

Im from Aruba my friends hahah ,a bit far from you guys! I have a friend that is selling a hilux diff what do you guys think of a hilux diff? Cause here on aruba we dont have sr5 and gts we only have corolla sr thats the one that have the levin front end ,non pop up lights so its going to be a little bit difficuld to find a gts rear end

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Re: Need advise, soon 20v build

Postby SantanaAE86 » Sat May 23, 2015 8:57 am

burdickjp wrote:It's just easier to do COPs in an FR 20v. I prefer 1ZZ coils over the Honda coils.
Where are you located? I have a GT-S T50 for sale.

I think the GT-S diff is a better choice.


So the 1zz coils would be better? What about the wiring ??

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Re: Need advise, soon 20v build

Postby oldeskewltoy » Sat May 23, 2015 12:53 pm

SantanaAE86 wrote:Im from Aruba my friends hahah ,a bit far from you guys! I have a friend that is selling a hilux diff what do you guys think of a hilux diff? Cause here on aruba we dont have sr5 and gts we only have corolla sr thats the one that have the levin front end ,non pop up lights so its going to be a little bit difficuld to find a gts rear end


I ran an SR5 diff in my 170hp coupe... I ran it for about 8000 miles before I swapped in a GTS diff. I'd use the SR5 for now, and if you break it... look at something a bit tougher.

As to tougher... the Hilux diff might be made to fit, but carries with it a massive weight penalty. There is(was) someone selling/making a conversion kit for a Ford 8.8 diff as well
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