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bigcityracer
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 431
posted April 06, 2005 06:09 PM  
Water outlet on right side of head block it off or route it back in???

This is a 22R engine with a carb intake.

mini14
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 5
posted April 07, 2005 06:53 PM  
Block it off. Either make a plate or cut the original tube off close to the mounting surface and pinch the tube together and weld the end.
Worked for me.
mini14

bigcityracer
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 431
posted April 07, 2005 07:41 PM  
Mini 14
Thanks, I did make a plate and blocked it off. I had some people tell that I couldn't do that. I read somewhere that's is what to do, so just double checking. Too expensive to be wrong, if you know what I
mean.
quote:
Originally posted by mini14:
Block it off. Either make a plate or cut the original tube off close to the mounting surface and pinch the tube together and weld the end.
Worked for me.
mini14


mini14
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 5
posted April 08, 2005 06:05 PM  
Definetely know what you mean. My son and I both run Toyota's. I can say been there done that but never had a motor problem on mine. Just wheels, tires, roof, quarter panels, broken rear axle housings etc. LOL
mini14

SLEEPY GOMEZ
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 295
posted April 08, 2005 08:35 PM  
It may be fine on a Toyota to block it off. On some Honda/Accuras the head outlet must be routed back to the intake side of the pump or you wont have water flow to one side of the head. SLEEPY

bigcityracer
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 431
posted April 10, 2005 07:25 AM  
No overheating!! Everthing is good now. Got no rpm gearing off, finished 3rd in heat 4,500rpm , and 2nd in feature 5,200rpm. Anyone have some 3.90:1 gears for a Celica?

quote:
Originally posted by mini14:
Block it off. Either make a plate or cut the original tube off close to the mounting surface and pinch the tube together and weld the end.
Worked for me.
mini14


rnoswal53
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 120
posted April 11, 2005 04:18 AM  
Hey bigcity, look for the code 07 on the metal plate under the hood, that should be a 3.90. If you have the stock rear end the letter code should be a T for the 6.7" rear end. I don't know what cars that gear might have come in. If you can use the 79 to 81 Celica Supra then that is a 7.5" rear with disc brakes and bolts right in. It uses many Toyota truck gears too and are much stronger. The letter code for that one is an F. 06 is a 3.889, 08 is a 4.11, 30 is a 3.727 and a 31 is 3.909.

Many of these might be only found in the wrong cars, but just look for the code and that will give you an idea. The third number tells if it has limited slip or not. 2 and 4 no, 3 and 5 yes.

Russ

[This message has been edited by rnoswal53 (edited April 11, 2005).]

bigcityracer
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 431
posted April 11, 2005 05:30 AM  
Thanks I will check this out, just so hard to come by any celicas or other toyota in this area. I when to 4-yard before even seeing one Celica!

quote:
Originally posted by rnoswal53:
Hey bigcity, look for the code 07 on the metal plate under the hood, that should be a 3.90. If you have the stock rear end the letter code should be a T for the 6.7" rear end. I don't know what cars that gear might have come in. If you can use the 79 to 81 Celica Supra then that is a 7.5" rear with disc brakes and bolts right in. It uses many Toyota truck gears too and are much stronger. The letter code for that one is an F. 06 is a 3.889, 08 is a 4.11, 30 is a 3.727 and a 31 is 3.909.

Many of these might be only found in the wrong cars, but just look for the code and that will give you an idea. The third number tells if it has limited slip or not. 2 and 4 no, 3 and 5 yes.

Russ

[This message has been edited by rnoswal53 (edited April 11, 2005).]



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