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Hi everyone, few mods and photos of my 2JZ S15 thats been built over the last few years.
Currently a street machine and recently engineered, maybe in the future it'll see a track day.

2jzgte vvti JZS161
Precision 6062 gen 2 .82
Turbo smart 50mm progate
1600cc ID injectors
Kelford b series cams, springs and TI retainers
BC shim less buckets on the exhaust side
Fidanza Adjustable exhaust cam gear
6 boost manifold
All the hot side ceramic coated
Haltech custom s-chassis JZ loom
Haltec flex fuel
Haltech elite 2000
Haltech can hub
Haltech wide band
Haltech iq3 street dash
Haltech boost and display selector
All Haltech sensors throughout the build
Oil cooler
Power steering cooler
New gates timing kit
Turbo smart 1200 fpr
Cd009 box
Supra store billet adapter suited to run 2jz bell housing
Custom direct clutches 2 plate 5Puk unsprung clutch
Tilton concentric slave
Gktech relocated shifter
GTR driveshafts
Tomei traxx 1.5 way diff 4.1
Twin Walbro 450 in tank staged pumps
Plazman clamps all intercooler piping
K&N filters throughout
All aeroflow fittings and braided lines for basically every line
Golebys baffled sump kit
Complete custom mounts throughout


Tuned on flex U98-E85
Boost 13-24
Power settings vary from 300 to 470 rwkw


future mods
brakes, wheels & tyres (traction issues), new kit, color change, carbon bits









 

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It looks amazing and sounds amazing too.

That’s over 600bhp in our terms!

Wheel wise, I would recommend some Volk Rays from their Forged range so you loose some unsprung weight, it would be good to measure the inner fender etc so you can potentially get a good wide setup on there and run a decent size tires without poking out, R888R are very good for holding that kind of power but I don’t know their availability in AU, also they do not provide much wet grip and are slightly noisy.

Looking forward to see what your next mods are :) maybe a sequential? :tape:
 
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Last week ordered a set of Enkei RS05RR wheels in the Gunmetal
18x9 +25 Front
18x10 +30 Rear
I know they are a conservative wheel but i'm hoping that I can get some sticky street tyres R888R's or Advan AD08R.
Haven't run into any heating issues since the change in Thermo fan setup but I'm predicting that summer may prove difficult so searching the forums now for what sort of cooling efficiency a carbon vented bonnet will offer.
The CD009 box setup is proving strong for the moment, hindsight I think I should of built it with a sequential but that's always the way
 

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Last week ordered a set of Enkei RS05RR wheels in the Gunmetal
18x9 +25 Front
18x10 +30 Rear
I know they are a conservative wheel but i'm hoping that I can get some sticky street tyres R888R's or Advan AD08R.
Haven't run into any heating issues since the change in Thermo fan setup but I'm predicting that summer may prove difficult so searching the forums now for what sort of cooling efficiency a carbon vented bonnet will offer.
The CD009 box setup is proving strong for the moment, hindsight I think I should of built it with a sequential but that's always the way
Very interesting choice of wheels, had a friend running them on a wide body car. Are you sourcing them new from abroad? will you be running the R888 in stretch?


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