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post #91 of 293 Old 10-25-2015, 10:57 PM
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Its still a 7th gen.. so it should fit..

But then again, Weapon R has lost alot of quality control over the years.. Ive seen some of their stuff looks like china ebay crap.



Key Features:
Race Use design eliminates restrictive stock manifold and converter.
Full 304 stainless steel construction.
Stepped diameter primary tubes maintain low end torque production.
Designed for high flowing engines like big cams, stroker kits, and supercharged applications.
All joints fully TIG welded.
Required installation hardware included.



It says 2.5 to 3" collector.. So if its 3" its not going to fit the OEM flange/piping (2.5" od, 2.37" id)


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Its still a 7th gen.. so it should fit..

But then again, Weapon R has lost alot of quality control over the years.. Ive seen some of their stuff looks like china ebay crap.



Key Features:
Race Use design eliminates restrictive stock manifold and converter.
Full 304 stainless steel construction.
Stepped diameter primary tubes maintain low end torque production.
Designed for high flowing engines like big cams, stroker kits, and supercharged applications.
All joints fully TIG welded.
Required installation hardware included.



It says 2.5 to 3" collector.. So if its 3" its not going to fit the OEM flange/piping (2.5" od, 2.37" id)

was reading thru an older thread u found, says the tC header bolts on direct?

https://www.toyotanation.com/forum/31...gen-camry.html

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It does bolt on direct, but needs to clear subframe, which means modding it


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I should be able to update this post substantially soon regarding V6 engine mods that actually increases true HP with better internals. Stay tuned.


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Whoooaaa. Internals!


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There are plenty of engine parts available. Monkeywrench racing has cams, ported heads and forged Pistons/rods. The main issue still remains that there are no reasonable tuning options and without tuning these mods will do little to no good.

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HKS is working on something right now for the 3.5.

https://www.facebook.com/VaNkulture/...2001570186502/

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Hopefully someone has a fix for the slush box


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I agree. Transmission reliability would be my first concern when significantly increasing engine output. Also, how is all that power going to get to the ground? It sounds like some big dialing-back of output in the first two gears would be necessary to keep the tires from spinning.

I remember it wasn't long ago that assuming a COM height of about 23", and about a 63/37% W/R static weight bias with the front tires driven, I calculated that the fastest time possible 0-60 mph would be slightly more than five seconds, assuming mu(s) = 1.00 for the tires. Since the existing 3.5 V-6 is close to this number already, then going much faster would require very sticky (= fast-wearing and usually poor-handling) front tires. 1/4-mi times, OTOH, could come down significantly even with street tires: the same maximum acceleration, if held throughout the 1320, would yield 12.4 sec. It would also require 689 hp at the end of the 1320, so we really need to maximize acceleration early, as usual, but then we're square back to the traction problem.

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HKS is working on something right now for the 3.5.

https://www.facebook.com/VaNkulture/...2001570186502/
That's pretty cool. It's a start but could definitely be improved on. Starting with a front mount intercooler. Still something is better than nothing. I find it odd they chose a mini van of all things but I don't believe they have the V6 as an option in the Japanese Camry.

I'm hoping since Toyota appears to only produce TRD parts for trucks these days that they will come out with a supercharger for the new Tacoma. Since it now uses the 2gr motor like the Camry it may possible to make it work.

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HKS is working on something right now for the 3.5.

https://www.facebook.com/VaNkulture/...2001570186502/
It's actually available. I found the kit for $4100. I wonder if the piggyback computer that comes with the kit would work on the Camry?

Here is a video.

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That's pretty cool. It's a start but could definitely be improved on. Starting with a front mount intercooler. Still something is better than nothing. I find it odd they chose a mini van of all things but I don't believe they have the V6 as an option in the Japanese Camry.

I'm hoping since Toyota appears to only produce TRD parts for trucks these days that they will come out with a supercharger for the new Tacoma. Since it now uses the 2gr motor like the Camry it may possible to make it work.
The 2gr is offered in the larger vehicles, but not widely liked due to the additional taxes that come along with it. It's a start at least.

There is some design changes that would need to happen with it for camry use due to hood clearance, but i do not see an issue with it, just the price tag for such low results. im used to procharger style gains, but a 300 whp camry/sienna would be amusing.

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Eaton makes a supercharger for the 2GR-FE for Lotus. The Evora has this supercharger and it's the same supercharger TRD Australia used for their now defunct TRD Aurion. It didn't even make it out to the public since TRD Australia pulled it off their catalog due to some "mechanical issues" but I do wonder if the computer Lotus used can be used with the Camry. Monkey Wrench might have something, and regarding the internals from Monkey Wrench, there are some internals that can be used without having it tuned. It's a simple DIY swap but when you get to the big boys such as pistons and rods, then it's common sense you will need a proper tune due to compression ratio changes and timing.

It all comes down to money. If you're willing to shell out 50% of your car's worth to gain max 50 HP, let alone a Camry, more power to you, but it's really not worth the time, money, and hassle. Save the money and get a faster car.


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The 2gr is offered in the larger vehicles, but not widely liked due to the additional taxes that come along with it. It's a start at least.

There is some design changes that would need to happen with it for camry use due to hood clearance, but i do not see an issue with it, just the price tag for such low results. im used to procharger style gains, but a 300 whp camry/sienna would be amusing.
I agree. I'm used to an extra 50% hp gain from a centrifugal supercharger on an LS motor not the minimal gain here but I would imagine the gains could be higher out of it. I would be willing to bet it only runs about 4-5psi. A smaller pulley to bump it up around 8-10psi should show better gains. Combined with a decent front mount, the MKC y-pipe and a free flowing exhaust I dont see why 350whp wouldn't be possible. That should be sufficient to put the car into the 12s.

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