We have been doing supercharger manifolds to suit the 1UZ VVTI, 2UZ and 3UZ engines for a while now and one thing I've been wanting to address is giving users another option for fuel rails.  At this point if you were planning on running 14mm injectors you would need to drill and ream the factory... Continue reading →
As many will know we have been playing around with the Z20 Soarer platform for a while now, weve been able to re-produce climate control surrounds that are basically identicle to that of the original and are currently working on something similar for both manual and auto shifter surrounds along with mirror covers. That being... Continue reading →
Thanks to Mauricio @ 507 Garage (out US dealer) for teeing this up with the guys at SA, hopefully this helps answer any questions you may have on the installation process of one of our manifolds. Just to clarify, the fitment issue the guys encountered with the throttle body adapter in episode #2 was an... Continue reading →
We have put together this comparison image showing the height differences between our non-intercooled, intercooled and add-on plate for both the 1UZ/3UZ VVTI and  1UZ non-VVTI manifolds, hopefully this helps answer any questions you all may have over hood clearances. Continue reading →
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... Continue reading →
Over the past couple years we have seen turbo 1UZ build pop up utilising the readily available cast Holley EFI front facing plenum on custom built manifold adapters. These manifold adapters utilise the factory lower intake on the pre-VVTI 1UZ engines and, as the name suggests, adapts the lower to the mounting face of the... Continue reading →
After running into some clearance issues with our 1UZ to Z20 Soarer swap it became pretty apparent that we were going to be limited to using log style manifolds and figured others may be in the same boat. We have since decided to do a small run of some standard logs and some extra tight... Continue reading →
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