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Old 04-12-2003, 12:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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VeilSide Surgetank for 2jz...

Would the Veilside surgetank fit a 92+ SC300, or a 94 GS..?

this is what it says...

"The VeilSide Surgetank kit for the fabled 2JZ-GTE power plant. Designed for the high horsepower users, this kit wil ensure ample supply of air to the engine, starting from the 100mm throttle body. Complete with fuel-rail and all gaskets, this is a must have item for engines with large turbo's installed. Proven power increases can be found by inquiring to SP Engieering, our sole wholesale distributor for this item. SP Engineering 626.333.5398 Retail customer, please call VeilSide or SP Engineering. *requires professional installation. "

it says "2JZ-GTE"...

does it work on a non-boosted 2JZ-GE...
does it work on a stockengine period..?
how much power would it make..?
is it worth the $2666 US..?

any info would be appreciated...

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Old 04-12-2003, 08:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Howcome thats called a surgetank? Looks like a intake manifold to me.
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Here's the word from intense motorsports....

Available direct from Intense Motorsports is Veilside's race intake manifold (surge tank) with "BIG" bore throttle body and custom fuel rail. This is not for a BPU car, but if you are looking to squeeze some extra power from your big single or twin Supra, then this intake manifold is it. This high quality aluminum intake manifold includes a huge intake plenum, Veilside's gigantic throttle body, fuel rail and throttle cable. We also include a custom cast 90 degree elbow (not shown) that points toward your front mount intercooler. Plenum does not come polished. Fits 2JZGTE engines ONLY. This is the biggest, baddest intake avaialable anywhere for your Supra.

So, ONLY turbocharged 2JZ engines, and i guess in this case, surge tank is interchangeable with intake manifold.

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Old 04-15-2003, 05:13 AM   #4 (permalink)
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The term 'surge tank' is used for intake manifolds in some heavily turbocharged cars. Its often much bigger than a normal intake manifold. My guess is the extra size helps even out the boost or something (thus the term).

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Somthing about how having an intake manifold that is twice the displacement of the motor being more efficient for boosted cars.
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