miko_supra Posted November 8, 2007 Share Posted November 8, 2007 (edited) NA-TT Installation I've decided to start doing a write up of my engine swap/conversion that im currently doing to help any others that might want to give it a go themselves Parts... -Complete TT engine (with loom) -TT Dial cluster -TT airbox -TT Inlet pipe (goes from the airbox to the manifold0 -TT throttle cable -TT power steering reservoir -Intercooler and piping -Uprated clutch/tt autobox -TT igniter pack -TT ECU -TT throttle control ECU Tools... -Engine crane -decent chains/straps/rope to lift the engine -Torque bar -Blow lamp for difficult nuts and bolts...especially on the exhaust. (although i have heard plus gas is very good.) -Clutch alignment tool -Obviously a decent tool box with sockets, spanners etc... definatly get 2 sets of 12mm, 14mm and 17mm spanners as these get used allot. Day 1 & 2 -Picked up the engine and got it on a pallet with wheels on it so that i can move it about easily -Gave the engine a good clean and polish -Before any of this i covered up all the electrical connectors and hose ends with small bags and elastic bands -Ive used auto glym engine cleaner on mine and a small water spray gun attached to a compressor. This doesn't use that much water and runs at about 8 bar (so good for blasting off all the dirt!) Day 3 Spent today just preparing the car -Got the car jacked up and the front wheels off -Then removed the battery, headlamps, bumper and active spoiler -Next job was to remove the 2jz-ge ecu from the passenger footwell. Carpet needs removing aswell as a plastic cover. (Then it started to rain! so thats all i got done today) Edited February 17, 2010 by JustGav (see edit history) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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