We have been working on a number of projects recently, some of which are off the back of customer requests which we can see potential for much like this project for the Toyota 5VFE V6 engine.
We have decided to use the same design and build principals as our original high mould manifold as the original intent of doing a low mount version fell through after quickly realising the foot print of any decent charger is dramatically wider than whats available to work with leaving no room for injectors, rails, etc.
The factory manifold was supplied to us for scanning, once that was done we had accurate geometry to model from and could take into account and interference’s prior to moving forward with the first printed mock-up which has now been carried out. Next step is finalising the top plate to suit the L67 M90 then on to fit up checks on an engine.
Keep an eye on the blog for further updates as they become available.
5 replies on “5VZFE SUPERCHARGER MANIFOLD DEVELOPMENT”
Hi my name is Michael, and I was wondering how far into development the product is? Do you an idea of the pricing and for the manifold kit will include. Thank you
Hi Michael, the product has been put on hold while we work out how we are going to be doing further testing. If you are in Victoria and interested in taking part please let me know.
I’m not in Victoria, I’m in WA. I’m definitely interested in this product, if it’s available by mid this year, I would definitely be interested in trailing the product, with supportive feed back on the product. What is the full parts list for the kit at the moment?
When can I expect to see this? You also say an m90? That’s a nice size supercharger for this engine. Will this only be an adapter? Curious as to which pulley I’d be able to use to get the most out of it.
Hi Andre, Unfortunately all 5VZ development has been put on hold for the near future as we focus on our new UR series of products, this may be something we get back into in 2023 but I cant confirm anything at this stage.