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    JZS147 Drift Limo

    This is a copy/paste from my post @ clubaristo.net but I thought you guys would appreciate extra sh*t on a 2J Car: 1992 Toyota Aristo JZS147 3.0V Engine: 2JZ-GTE Repairs: OEM turbos from JZS161 VVTi 2JZ, approx 60,000kms Water bypass pipe o-rings turbo oil inlet/outlet gaskets turbo water inlet/outlet gaskets PCV Valve Coil Pack Connectors (they fell to pieces) odd misfire when damp outside Spark Plug Cover Bolt Set Timing Belt Idler Pulley OEM Timing belt OEM Cam Seals Timing Belt Hydraulic Tensioner Valve Cover Gasket and Seal Set Downpipe Gasket NGK Platinum Spark Plug 7088 Motor mounts from '98 VVTi Supra Front Main Seal Valve Cover Ventilation Hoses 5/16 Fuel Return Hose Water Neck Gasket Exhaust Manifold Gasket Set And any other Rubber lines/hoses I can replace while its all out. Ill edit this post later with part #'s Got these fresh stock turbos from a local guy doing a JDM swap and going single. so scored these for $150 Turbo #1 was toast! typical water bypass leak All bolts off, they won't come off in car, remove the engine, search and read first unlike me... wasted time! mounts were totally f'd leaky front main seal made a mess and they're off leaky valve covers The cam seals were cracked, and leaked down the inside of the timing covers, lucky belt didn't get any on it. Put new spark plugs in, gap set @ .028 Hit a roadblock on the bottom timing gear, my puller set doesn't have long enough small metric bolts to thread in, going to fastenal tonight to get some. Need a seal puller for the front main seal too I lost it. Should hopefully have the timing complete tonight with new belt, tensioner and idler and valve covers installed