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Old 06-17-2018, 04:44 AM
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Another 22re turbo thread

alright fellow yotatech members the time has come to start looking into forced induction for my little 22re. The motor was just fully rebuilt to standard 1990 22re specs(stock cam and intake) with the only upgrade being the dual guide timing chain. This motor has the standard high compression head and flat pistons as well. I am looking into going a turbo route and was wondering if a couple simple questions could be answered for me. This truck is not a daily and not even really a trail rig just more of a TOYota. So if this truck is down for a couple months or isn’t super driveable it’s not the end of the world to me. Here is the rough plan and I will outline my questions at the bottom.

22re stainless turbo header *purchased* $200
440cc injectors $170
mk3 CT26 Supra turbo $220
CT26 turbo lines $100
CT26 flange $60
2.5 in exhaust past the downpipe. muffler included $140
HKS BOV $35
Tanks fuel regulator *purchased* $85
Wahlbro 255LPH $70
megasquirt diypnp $500
adapter board $50
ms studio ultra $45
serial cable $15
Filter $30
piping kit and boots $100
wideband w/gauge $180
Generic pillar pod $10
boost guage free
GM IAT sensor $25
breathers for PCV elimination $20
misc. fluids and parts $100
total for a non intercooled setup $2150.

From what I have gathered during research the only hope for a decent running stock ecu truck is to run methanol. From what I have heard it is a fix all for high intake air temp as well as lack of fuel. Does this sound like a sound plan of attack. Or should I ditch the meth injection and spend that money on a mega squirt and a better fuel pump. The megasquirt leads me to another question I am hoping to answer. Every thread I have seen has said the megasquirt that is plug and play is roughly $400, and the cheapest I can find it anywhere is around $799. Did they stop making the $400 one or did they just hike up the price?


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Mega squirt prices

The formerly ~400$ unit has gone up into price but only about 50$.

The cheapest solution is a DIY PNP (assembly/soldering) required.
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The formerly ~400$ unit has gone up into price but only about 50$.

The cheapest solution is a DIY PNP (assembly/soldering) required.
could you please link it
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could you please link it
http://www.yotatech.com/forums/f116/...torial-196405/
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thank you very much
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If anyone has any ideas or concerns feel free to chime in.
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When I was planning on going to the 22rte I was frequenting here: http://www.22rte-trucks.com/simplema...orum/index.php

lots of good info, not as busy as here but some older guys that have some great info and from what I posted were very helpful

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Originally Posted by Discombobulated View Post
When I was planning on going to the 22rte I was frequenting here: http://www.22rte-trucks.com/simplema...orum/index.php

lots of good info, not as busy as here but some older guys that have some great info and from what I posted were very
Thank you! Great idea
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Got my turbo in today, and also got a boost gauge donated to me from a good friend
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Cool can’t wait to see the progress!!!!
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Cool canít wait to see the progress!!!!
thank you very much, I intend this to be one of the best threads for 22re efi turbo trucks on what exactly is needed and what hurdles you run into
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Where did you source the CT-26 clone?
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Where did you source the CT-26 clone?
there was a reputable seller on eBay that had a couple. Seems to be good quality but I will see
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I finally got my Stainless header. I have to clearance the flange still

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Starting to round the opening to meet the CT 26 flange
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This is how the charge pipe looked like when I bought it.

This is how it looks like now after some high temp primer and stainless paint
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thanks for the info man!
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440cc Ostiger injectors
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