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1uz-fe v8 mr2 swap tutorial (1UZ-24X)

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THANKS BILL!





FERAL'S OCHO CILINDROS SYMPHONY
V8 sound wave, Born from a four stroke event coordinated by a Gang of sensors and the mixture of O2 and a volatile compound.
A musical composition encoded and directed by the ECU, perform by a mechanical orchestra (literally)
click the pic its a VIDEO (used a headset to get the acoustics full effect)










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This guy is BIG!!










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Turbo Engine looks little as well.









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This guy needs to go on a diet.











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Time for a union break.









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This engine has a lot of CACA even the top needs cleaning









Ignition wires are so 90's, Man that's a big pile of CACA!!







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Its a pain in the CULO to take off.

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Automatic flex plate are not cool



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A template for the jack shaft is need it



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Not to bad



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Sorry, two are need it



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The shadow area needs to be grind the silver on the right needs to be cut off.



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Something like this



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No template and to many CORONAS




Cut @ the mark

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Shiny flywheel, I made a few just in case some one has the cojones to do something like this



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No elongated holes or rework flywheel here.



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Clearances are all must non-existent



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The Fiero guys struggle trying to make a thick flywheel for their application, I just make it thinner, almost anorexic



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There is 4MM to gain



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If I do some grinding at the arrows 4MM may not sound like much but when you try to stuff a 40" drivetrain in to a 36" engine bay every MM is precious



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Flywheel and clutch combo, its late and my girlfriend is calling me to go to bed. I like to keep working on the swap!
Who am I kidding am going to bed



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Nice clearance for the jack shaft



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Next is the bracket for the jack shaft bearing.



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The back is finish now the front needs loving

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First victim



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After some loving



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I don't like this guy, is blocking the jack shaft!



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Now is better



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This is a dirty guy



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Still dirty but.



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Some trimming need it



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No more cutting and grinding for know

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This guy is just RUDE!!



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I will post the surgery later

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After all that work am still off by 1/4"



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Time for alternator bracket



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I'LL BE BACK, going to get a belt.
(two hours later)I went to the auto parts store to exchange the belt four times lucky the girl behind the counter was nice.



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Speaking of girls next time I do a swap am looking for a girlfriend that's a photographer first.and when the swap is over, I will dump her. taking pictures is a lot of work! I was to lazy to go to the store an buy a tripod, so I make a tripod or should I call it jackpod?




Alternator bracket prototype




As far as I know their is two different oil filters. the alternator prototype bracket wont clear one of them




So I made a different one




this little tool its grate to make holes




Easy fix




I like this filter better

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It work!!




Clearance OK???




If you have this oil filter you are in trouble




But all you need, a grinding wheel to grind the shadow area




Or you can tap the hole and install a stud. (its no room for the nut)




Prototype all stock




This is the original set up my brother was happy whit . but if you ask me, the front of the engine sucks! and the original ECU its old technology. it was good went it first came out.
Its a easy set up and cheap, but why go for a easy and cheap , when I could make it harder and more expensive?... so I took over



Lets start whit the easy stuff




Well this was not easy at all!!




Remember this FAT CAT??

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Less milk and treats for couple months and this is what you get
A BAD ASS KITTY


This guy makes me uneasy.


The intake is in the wrong place.


After some cutting and welding




this is how I roll


I took the liberty to make coil on plug


Am flying tonight. I don't like to do stuff in a hurry.


Am not to happy about it, but it will do


Every time you modify or design anything. the item it self will tell you what it wants to be. all you got to do is listen.I was just the tool for this engine wish

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Tranny

F40 TRANSMISSION REFORMATTING


Something is really wrong whit me, last Xmas I'll got a $1200 gift and I was like, ok thanks. no bid deal I will said.
For some estrange reason, when I get in the mail a piece of junk from the Dismantler's that I paid for and I know what it is. and still is so exciting!!! it brings the inner child out of me.



Saab tranny a thing of beauty


GM and Saab tranny. I like the Saab better ,cuss the mounting points. it may help not to get an ULCER trying to get it mounted to the body


This bolt pattern insults me.


@ this point it can be bolted to the lawn mower if I want to.


This is what I got from the machine shop.


This bolt pattern looks from the land of the raising sun. or is it china the land of the raising sun??? anyway.



A little snip, snip need it.



This is how it should look like when its finish.


I'll take that back!
Wile I was in my way to work in my TAN, I had a six hour lay over at Seoul Airport. what am going to do I ask my self, well I had more than few drinks on the plain already. and it was a little chilly to go out side. so I went to the bar. what better way to kill time., wile drinking Korean beer. I was not to satisfied whit the bolt pattern plate I came out whit for the Saab tranny. I barrow a note pad from the bartender an I star to do some sketches, couple hours went by and nothing, I don't know if it was the beer or may be I was paying more attention to the cute Korean girls going by. anyway
I got hungry so I order some food(till today I don't no what it was) and a side order of KIMCHI. boy that was all I need that thing is spicy!!! it got me redlining in a second. it wake me up, not only my sinuses got clear my mind as well and I came out whit this.

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If I have to do it again. I will do it like this, once its welded it will reinforce the entirely case and it may provided support for the differential.


Boy, I heard that drugs kills brain cells, but Am sure I kill more brain cells figuring out the shifter cables.
My brain overheated couple times, some migraines, can’t forget the hang overs as well. Tequila and Tool kept me going for a while.
Moving the front engine transmission to a Mid-engine set up for sure it’s a great challenge, so I had to source something different. VODKA proves to have the right kick for this challenge. Never occur to me how simple the mechanics of the shifter/cables came to be. To get to that simplicity layers of complexity had to be peel off whit an army of turbo charge neurons redlining must of the time. Just the orientation of the cables wore responsible of the demise of thousands of neurons it was a massacre!!
Grates puzzle by all means. Starting in the dark on a unknown road whit out GPS
Not knowing the shift pattern, cable length, mounting points plus cable travel it makes it much harder than it has to be.
There is some difficult situation in a swap that will make you bled and push you to the insanity point,
But if you push back and don’t give up you’ll survive those wounds, I did not give much thought on the subject at the beginning of the swap, other than a bow to keep the MR2 shifter no matter how expensed, difficult, will be. There is no amount of fabrication or adapters that will make me break that promise. Beneath the arm rest cover it’s a beautiful piece of hardware. Its design, construction and the execution of the duty it was built to perform, it’s unfair not to be able to see that function live,
I press hard to get the shifter and the transmission to accept synchronicity together. it took solid days to accomplish. But it was done! It’s getting to a point that I can fell the warmth of the light at the end of the tunnel.




this tranny find a new man



I said no cutting necessary once, I lie.



You see. its not to big


C'MON


PLEASE!!!

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1UZ-FE ENGINE SWAP DONE!!



Am wondering if someone thinks this picture is Photoshop




To cut or not to cut




There is some difference on the tranny case, the one on the left fits whit no problem.
the one on the right need some banging to fit


Toyota had the same problem fitting the original drivetrain. as you can see. (look @ the indentation.) I will follow the idea, and move it a little to the rear.


if this don't work, I will get a bigger hammer
Note:I haven't zero the engine yet, am not sure if this mode is necessary.


Nap time


Just in case you wondering what I was dreaming about


I was loading pictures but I run out of juice, I hope my girl has a good reason for not having beer, or I will do domestic violence.

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For years, downloading a 1UZ-FE in to the second gen MR2 its ben a MISSION IMPOSSIBLE, till now! Ethan Hunt has nothing on me.



"JIG" to zero the engine, whit this Contraption I'll be able to located the engine any where in the engine bay, whit accuracy by the MM.

Am going to the beach. hang in there, when I come back its time for the cross member fab


Milk crates are the most versatile, you'll can used them in different ways, from keeping dirty magazines in order, seat, parts storage etc. they make grate stands to.
I need to reinforce the car for the cross member. had to drop the engine to do that


Cross Member attaching point


on the car, now I can fab the cross member



Cross Member and transmission mount





Look no chains!



Cross member on duty



Transmission Mount



Transmission Mount

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Harness


Clearance its very tight, high tech heat insulation for the firewall and wrapping the manifold its need it. its not a mayor problem, so far its the worst set back, other wise its a GO!




I got Tundra headers but the left side don't fit.






A lot of fellows refuse to cut in to the rails of the MR2, Its OK to notch a one inch deep on the right side.

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LS1 GM ECU
Note: This is not a Gide an any way or claim personal knowledge in the fuel systems mention below, am just sharing the chaos that my mind went thought while trying to choose the right ECU for me


This project it’s taking way to long! Finding the right ECU it has been a difficult choice. I can remember how many hours staring at the computer screen trying to make sense of the FI systems out there
Email after email, countless phone calls. And still nothing, finding an ECU that will TURN ME ON!! Like a girl (or a guy if you’ll are in that sort of thing) whit long dark hair and hypnotic hip movement. One that will make you bite your knuckles went she goes by………………………….(contemplating)…………………....sorry what a hell are we talking about??....ECU... right!
There is more than few systems out there from a budget friendly Mega squirt to a pricy Motec, whit several in between.
Prices start @ couple hundred dollars to couple thousands for completed systems, as whit everything
Each system has is pro’s and con’s. Starting whit, sensor compatibility, Harness and so forth.
The object of a swap is to gain better performance, horse power, and reliability as well, not to mention the COOL factor. Whit the minimum amount. Of PESOS. So it’s a joy and not a burden
Mega squirt seems like the way to go. It is affordable, but you have to pay the remaining balance whit true knowledge of fuel injected systems, from soldering the mother board and each and every wire coming from it, am sure, if someone has experience whit this system it won’t be a big deal for them to make the engine purr in no time whit few hundred dollars.
The question that comes to mind is, can I get the maximum horse power from an engine
Whit this “affordable, FI system”?? Is it going to be reliable??
Somehow I‘ll got the vibe that Motec is the PAPI of standalone Systems, but is it worth it??

Every system claims to be able to make an engine run whit some sort of easy. It’s up to you to fix the gremlins that comes whit it, and each system requires some sort of ingenuity to integrate the UZ sensors and harness to the FI system of your choice
I almost went whit the link storm, one of the draw backs in this FI system, it docent support Knock sensors, running an engine whit out them is like fueling your car and smoking at the same time.
I’ll can have knock sensors whit the link, but I have to buy a separate unit along whit the ECU, will set me back like 300US. that was a deal killer for me.

Finding a stand-alone that fits my budget and capable to TALK to the entire gang of sensors on the UZ, is half the battle. A tuning shop whit a dyno is needed plus a tuner whit experience not only whit FI systems but whit the system I choose, Any shop will tell me that they are capable to tune my vehicle whit no problem.
Every system out there works base on the same principle and that its. To control fuel, oxygen, timing, spark and so forth. It’s a complicated proses, everything happens whit the fraction of a second.
Even the best oem ECU’S out there make mistakes. Igniting each [email protected] the precise moment is no easy task. the ECU corrects this mistakes whit the help of the oxygen and knock sensors not mentioning the rest that are need it. Running a lean or rich it’s not a big deal, allowing detonation to take place is a big mistake. As you know experience comes from repetition.

If I’ll take my car whit a fresh swap and I’ll make sure that everything is whit in specification to a shop that has made lots of tuning. But is the first encounter whit the FI systems install in the car. They will tell me no problem we could do it. Base on the experience whit the other FI systems, once they set up the car on the dyno its time for them to “learn” MY FI system, they won’t be too far off, but could be some glitches not noticeable at the time,

I’ll drive home thinking I am a bad ass, filling invincible, confident to take on that C5 corvette or late Camaro.at the blip of the throttle. Then! I notice loss of power for a second, or idles ruff from time to time. Even stalls! That’s when the fun stars! The tuning shop will tell me that they did everything right. Even do is the first time tuning such FI system, is it the tuning shop?? Or a sensor whit slight difference on language that will make the ecu do erratic adjustments?, remember UZ sensors are made for a different ECU. I may need to take the car to the tuning shop a second time. May be a third time! Money will start flowing out of my pockets and a rate that I won’t like
By then the shop will have experience on my FI system thanks to ME.

If you’ll have a FI system on mind. Make sure that is a tuning shop whit few miles away from home.
Towing your car to a different state to be tuned will be expensed or time consuming.
One can choose a FI system based on the advice of a tuning shop you are willing to trust
My two cents

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Thanks JARED!

LS1 GM ECU

In short, integrating the UZ sensors and Harness to an aftermarket Engine Management System is no easy task for myself, I truly believe that a brand new harness at must, there is vital information going true the wires, cutting an splicing may created glitches, that are very hard to find.

I don’t have enough RAM and my CPU could not proses the information coming from all the aftermarket FI Systems out there, there were times that my processor stop working. I try to reboot by drinking CERVEZA and still won’t work it just frozen! I thought I’ll have a virus for a moment. But not the case, is just that. every system is missing JE NE SAIS QUOI. And it was impossible to make a choice.

I even taste defat, I thought the swap was over. Unable to make a decision it was a nightmare. There is good FI systems out there. But again I just can’t!! Even my girl suggested HOLLEY and was like starring at a blank page.
And just when I was on my way to check in into a mental institution. I ask myself!
Why finding a ECU for the UZ got to be this hard???, and I answer myself, I wish it was as easy like finding a ECU for a LS1 Engine, @ that moment my CPU did thousands of calculation in a half of second. It took another half of second to pull over and slam on the brakes, I can’t believe it!! Did an illegal u turn, and head home. I think I got it!!! I said.

Finally, hope on the horizon, it happens that, I am intimated whit the LS1 Engine (I own a C5 Corvette) I know every sensor, ECU capability’s, where to get connectors, wire, anything to make a harness, I even have an LS1 engine in the garage. Seating impatient, waiting for its turn to taste petrol. Eager to fulfill its purpose.


A swipe of a credit card it’s all you need to get a GM standalone System for the LS1 engine. It’s that easy! GM performance catalog has them. Or aftermarket, they are everywhere.
Ever since its introduction of the 3rd GEN LS1 engine, I notice that it was in fact a radical change in the engineering of this engine, `new ECU, coil near plug, and lots of goodies, For better performance.
GM stuff the LS1 engine form base truck’s to the mighty Corvette, they come in all flavors, all aluminum, iron block/aluminum heads. Displacement from 4.something to a mammoth 8.3L (if you want to fill like a real man this is the engine for you!)

Even Cadillac engineers notice the performance, and they took it a step forward. Whit the sweet Supercharged 6.2L five hundred and something horse power in a luxury sedan. That’s hot!!
Am not sure if it was pure luck or by design. There is two main variations of the LS1. Drive by CABLE and Drive by WIRE, also known as 24X-1x or 58X-4X, the 24X I will said its more comment went it comes to swaps, 58x means better signal resolution. there for, more accuracy. The drawback, an electronic gas pedal is need it, if you choose the 58X you’ll get cruise control for free.

There is way too many combinations of the LS engine that it will be almost impossible not to find an engine that fit anyone’s need regardless vehicle choice or displacement,
An more important, there is a huge aftermarket support for this engines, also a sea of information on the web.

This is what I want from a FI System, aftermarket or OEM
I need to be able to cruise the YUCON HWY on early spring or late fall. Whit confidence.
aftermarket or OEM will take me there for sure but can it take me back?? It’s something to think about, cuss you know that damn MURPHY guy


This is the scenario Am cruising long this road in the middle of nowhere, (it’s not even cell reception,) whit the music loud, then I notice that there is nobody around no manmade structures as far the eye can see. A car goes by once in a while, and I think this is a bad spot to break down….. It’s OK I have a MOTEC commanding the UZ, I said to myself. And right there the engine goes PUFF..PUFF..PUFF and it dies!!(Remember the MURPHY guy) I know that it can’t be the timing belt. I replace it two months ago.

now I have to wait couple hours for the state trooper to go by and get me a tow truck. Plus another hour to arrive. Hooks me up and there we go, drive couple miles, get off the highway, drive another mile then the road turns to dirt, bouncing in the seat I look to the back, make sure the car still there
We arrive to the shop. The driver honks the horn and a rusty door opens, a guy comes out by his looks I notice that, his way pass his retirement age. It must to weight about 110 Lbs. counting the wrenches in his pocket. He takes a look to the car end replies, NOT ANOTHER JAPANESE CAR!. THAT’S WY YOU SOULD BUY AMERICAN SON, whit a very serious look in his face.

We manage to push the car in to the garage. Garage? It looks more like a cave whit a flickering light, I look around and I see couple lawn mowers half apart and an engine dated well in his infancy the mechanic automatically stand in front of the car and he command’s me to open the hood. He did not like it when I told him that the engine is in the back!, I open the engine lid and the first words he put together was. What the [email protected]&* is this! He asks me. Now, how can I explain to this fossil that I have state of the art Motec whit not so state of the art Lexus sensors? Better yet. how if the Motec has a couple proprietary sensors? There is no speed shop whit a 250 miles radius. Now what?

That’s one scenario, now, how if I put together a LS1 ECU from a truck?? That will make things a lot easier. The beauty of the GM stand alone is that it comes whit a diagnostic port; it could be service like any other GM vehicle. And if a sensor goes bad, I could get them from any auto parts store or dealer, even the junk yards. They are all over!!
In another words I think I find the ECU I was looking for.
NOW IF YOU EXCUSME GENTELMAN I'LL HAVE WORK TO DO.

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THE CEREBRO! its really easy to gain root access and change the ECU personality whit the help of EFIlive tuning software


This are all the GM sensors need it to make the UZ purr, except the leaf on the upper left Conner
All this sensors are a unit, and all of them speak English. there is no bastard child here.



The 24X Crank reluctor wheel.


The 1X Cam reluctor,



THE NERVOUS SYSTEM its coming alone great!




This is a four wire stand alone
Black wire=ECU Ground
Pink wire = Switched power
Red wire = Power 24/7
Grey wire =Fuel Pump
(Purple wire=Fuel Pump Ground)
Once you hook this up the engine its ready to go to WAR





Just finish the headers for the UZ24X




I was goin to make the 1UZ twin turbo, but that will make me look greedy and we don't want that



VIDEO


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Need custom axles
clutch hook up
shifter cables

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lI had to up date the engine stand to a more open and mobile unit
to hot test, and do the 24X conversion on two of my friends UZ
they want it done yesterday, but you cant rush ART.
whit the new engine stand I can fire the engine on command and run it as long its necessary to check the engines health. and make sure the ECU and all the sensors play nice together.
I like to think the 1UZ-24X as my Mona Lisa, whit this engine stand I could stare at it for hours in every angle



FERAL'S 8CYLINDER SYMPHONY



(^VIDEO)

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Looking good. Thats 10 lbs of stuff in a 5 lb bag for sure.
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