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Old 08-07-2003, 12:33   #1 (permalink)
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confused Toyota CT26 on XF?

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Does anyone know if a Toyota CT26 off of a 1989 SUPRA would work OK at low boost on an xf? or would it be to small?

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Re: Toyota CT26 on XF?

mate it would be too small try a nissan vg30 (t3)
and if you want to go further later the garret gt30 sereis will bolt straight on to the vg30 manifold.

or the next size up toyota turbo (the ct28) would be a better option.

if you can maybe try to get hold of 2 ct26 if you cannot find a ct28 or t3

ultimately a t04 would be the killer choice- still has good low boost and awesome top end high boost (if you want to that far eventualy)

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you're kidding right? The ct26 was of of if not the biggest stock turbo bought out on a car..the t04 turbines drop straight into it - its that big! Trust me if u can get one of these go for it...they handle up to about 17psi..tho i wouldnt be running a 15yr old turbo on that! dstroya you are thinking of the toyota celica gt ct26..they are smaller. the one on the soarer of supra are loads bigger. make sure you get one of a toyota 7MGTE - a 3.0L 24v i6. Found in ma70 supra and mz21 soarers.
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yeah 302_supra i thought he was refering to the celica version thats why i suggested other turbos or 2 of the ct26's

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Re: Toyota CT26 on XF?

maybe i should re-read a thread topic b4 i rattle of info eh???

may just have to do that from now on lmao

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yeah theres a big difference between the 3sgte celica and the 7mgte supra/soarer turbos...the exhaust is much bigger on the 7mgte's. look on www.toymods.org.au in the parts for sale section and you'll see toyota ct26 for sale...they are a huge turbo! as i said...a t04's turbines fit straight in!
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Re: Toyota CT26 on XF?

Thanx for that info fella's, Just another thing though, does anyone know where i can get a new compressor wheel? the one on the turbo has seen better day's.
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ask on that toymods site...and they'll tell you where you can get it upgraded to t04 turbines/ wheels etc...its not overly expensive for what you get imo.
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