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so am I right in thinking that If I buy all these parts install them on my engine that I'll get 240 hp
Well no not really you probably wont. The engine isnt one you'd want to have on a streetable car, the engine hardly is streetable, because it was designed to go all out. Its not a high miler either, so you'd have to frequently overhaul it and replace the consumables.
 

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Took these images from a toyota related website,






Specs:
Cylinder Firing Order: 1-3-4-2
Engine Bore: 81mm (3.189")
Engine Stroke: 77mm (3.031")
Oil Viscosity: 40 or 50 weight, depending on air temperature
Fuel Octane Rating: 108 prefered
Operating Oil Temperature: 200º-230º F, above 230º there is power loss
Operating Water Temperaure: 180º-200º F
Oil Pump Operating Pressure: 80-90 lbs
Spark Plug: Champion C55C or C57C
Compression Ratio: 12.7:1 maximum
Intake Camshaft Timing: 102º Lobe Center
Exhaust Camshaft Timing: 102º Lobe Center
Intake Valve Lash (cold): .012"
Exhaust valve Lash (cold): .013"
Ignition Timing: 28º BTDC @ 2,000rpm

Clearances'

Valve Lifter to Bore: .0005" - .0028"
Camshaft Journal: .0014" - .0028"
Piston Ring Gap (#1): .016" - .018"
(#2): .015" - .017"
Piston to Cylinder Wall: .0045" - 0050"
Wrist Pin Diameter: 19mm (.7480")
Wrist Pin: .0006" - .0015"
Main Bearing: .0020" - .0028"
Thrust Bearing: .003: - .006"
Con Rod Large End Diameter: 1.7726" - 1.7716"
Con Rod Bearing: .0025" - .0030"
Con Rod Side: .008" - .012"
Crankshaft Nose Diameter: .9842" - .9834"
Crankshaft Main Journal Diameter: 1.8897" - 1.8892"
Crankshaft Con Rod Journal Diameter: 1.6525" - 1.6520"
Pilot Bushing ID: .678" - .676"
Input Shaft Diameter: .669" - .668"
Cylinder Head Flatness: Within .001"
Valve Spring Height (installed): 1.425" - 1.398"
Valve spring Pressure (installed): 50 psi @ installed height
Final Combustion Chamber Volume: 33.9 cc minimum per cylinder, including Cylinder Head Gasket.
 

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TBI = throttlebody injection, exactly what the Formula atlantic has, 4 throttlebodies with injection. (yeah, well.. I didnt say single point injection, it does have independent throttle bodies). So it IS fuel injected, as you can see it doesnt have carbs.
 

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they are tuned length (all the runners exactly the same length to the valve opening. Well the engine was designed to be raced and was designed by engineers. If you only want the engine to last one pull, you could take out alot more power, but it would be a one time engine. Like some dragsters are, one run and you gotta overhaul the engine.
 
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