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post #106 of 734 (permalink) Old 03-22-2014, 08:03 PM
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i like those painted parts .that will be a nice engine bay
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i like those painted parts .that will be a nice engine bay
^^ Thanks. I hope you're right, haha!
Speaking of painted parts, I patiently waited for a warm day to paint the TB. Didn't get powder coated on account of the butterfly screws I refuse to source

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This MIGHT be the last small update before the big one! Never know, haha.
Block and head are still in machining.

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I cant wait to see the engine bay when its all together.

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I cant wait to see the engine bay when its all together.
Thanks! You and me both, haha!
...just added another photo with the TB mocked up to the manifold

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I like street cars with black after market parts. I dont to me it just seems like low key. A buddy of mine had a cat on his evo that looked oem but was actually a straight pipe.

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I am such a liar ...... MORE PARTS!

edit: sadly, the hall effect sensors can't be used under these VVT-i conditions
Always read the fine print:
- Use of Toyota 12 tooth crank pulley required (36-2 not recommended)
- Single tooth cam trigger cams required (triple trigger vvt-i cams not recommended)


Am I still going to run the E6X? Yes.
Should I eliminate the signal conditioner? Yes.
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Hall Effect Sensors!


Valves took so long to decide on, I actually forgot to order them... oops!
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I like street cars with black after market parts. I dont to me it just seems like low key. A buddy of mine had a cat on his evo that looked oem but was actually a straight pipe.
^ I agree! Low key is KEY!

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Good job on the throttle body, it came out looking great bro and matches pretty damn good with the manifold.
Nice new parts as well...those SRT transducers look like they are built good and I bet they aren't cheap. Nice pick up on the Supra valves too!

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Am I still going to run the E6X? Yes.
Should I eliminate the signal conditioner? Yes.
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Hall Effect Sensors!
Looks good....

What is the signal conditioner for the E6X? Can the E6X not read our cam/crank sensor patterns directly? Funny those hall effect sensors look alot like what I just implemented for my Optra now running Haltech Sprint 500


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^^^ THAT is cool! You're right, they look identical!

To my understanding, the conditioner is an analog to digital signal converter.
SRT has some good info on these but, basically, ALL ECU's/Standalones have to "clean up" the analog signal from reluctor sensors (OEM) before said signal is actually useable. It's an extra step for the current to travel through.
Not sure on the E6X but it may not have that capability (after all, it still uses batch fire, haha) -or- SRT included it just to make timing easier. I know some standalones do not need a conditioner BUT they still go through that extra step to convert the signal.

On the other hand, Hall Sensors send a direct, clean, digital signal that is immediately recognized.

...jumped on these as soon as I saw them, haha. Will my IS300 be the first to run them?

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Good job on the throttle body, it came out looking great bro and matches pretty damn good with the manifold.
Nice new parts as well...those SRT transducers look like they are built good and I bet they aren't cheap. Nice pick up on the Supra valves too!
Thanks bro!
picked the sensors up for an introductory "group buy" price but, sadly, nothing is cheap for this thing

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Thank you, kind sir!

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Now you're good for 750whp+!...well as far as needing good fuel pressure. That pump puts out like almost double the stock pump(450 LPH vs. 250 LPH?), if I'm right. Nice pick up!

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^^ yessir! recommended by manufacturer to run AT LEAST 500HP

Probably wrong but always thought OEM was around 160LPH. Either way, this is quite a bang for the buck! $134, shipped and no dual hanger necessary! ...for now

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^^ that's going to look nice with the Supra OEM shift knob

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