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Old 20th January 2008, 11:56   #1
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Default Mahindra CJ4A - Toyota Twin Turbo Engine Over 300HP

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iv got a 1977 mahindra cj4a jeep that i have put in a toyota supra twin turbo engine in it. the engine is about 240hp stock, i am going to change the manifold to a custom single turbo with a td04e T3/T4 Hybrid Turbo and a external hks Wastegate. i run a front mount intercooler and 16psi boost on stock turbos (stock boost is 12psi) so i all ready have about 260hp i will dyno tune the engine after single turbo conversion and i should see about 250kw @ the rear wheels

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I just hope the wheels of your jeep dont run faster than your jeep . Otherwise for the power that you already have , I am wondering if the wheels of your jeep are still sticking together .


I would try an engine above 75bhp at the max for any mahindra jeeep as such ..
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again!

Is this for real? As greatmana2000 says, I really hope the engine, body and wheels stay together.

And then there's the small matter of stopping a Mahindra jeep from those speeds. With the four wheels on the road, preferably.
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again!

Is this for real? As greatmana2000 says, I really hope the engine, body and wheels stay together.

And then there's the small matter of stopping a Mahindra jeep from those speeds. With the four wheels on the road, preferably.

I just cant help laughing at the way you put it ...hehe
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Nice! Hope you have modified the rest of the Jeep & the rolling chassis to handle this enormous amount of horsepower.
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YOu only drive in a straight line right?Must be insanely good!
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this ought to be interesting. what about the transmission? is it 4WD? or is it RWD? whats the 0-100 on this bad boy? this was always an impossible dream, glad someone had the guts to do it. I'll watch this thread closely.
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I seriously think u are not doing justice to that engine. It should've been put in some saloon and not this jeep. Am really wondering how the whole thing will hold on together!!
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iv got a 1977 mahindra cj4a jeep that i have put in a toyota supra twin turbo engine in it. the engine is about 240hp stock, i am going to change the manifold to a custom single turbo with a td04e T3/T4 Hybrid Turbo and a external hks Wastegate. i run a front mount intercooler and 16psi boost on stock turbos (stock boost is 12psi) so i all ready have about 260hp i will dyno tune the engine after single turbo conversion and i should see about 250kw @ the rear wheels

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From where did you manage to SOURCE the Supra Twin Turbo Engine ?
please ENLIGHTEN ....
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Now this one thread really, really needs pictures!! Just curious Nahal, where & who did this conversion for you??
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From where did you manage to SOURCE the Supra Twin Turbo Engine ?
please ENLIGHTEN ....
lets see how it goes.

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From where did you manage to SOURCE the Supra Twin Turbo Engine ?
please ENLIGHTEN ....
they guy is from NZ..its not that difficult...

Do you really want one???
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they guy is from NZ..its not that difficult...

Do you really want one???
How did he get a Mahindra in NZ?
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Do you really want one???
Would the SUPRA engine fit into a COROLLA ?? i dont thinks so .
But a CELICA engine does i.e. 170 bhp motor ( COROLLA XRS )

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How did he get a Mahindra in NZ?
Yeha , precisely ?????
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Would the SUPRA engine fit into a COROLLA ?? i dont thinks so .
But a CELICA engine does i.e. 170 bhp motor ( COROLLA XRS )



Yeha , precisely ?????
beats me...

I don't think you can shoe horn a 2Jz80 into a corolla...but i know of an a similar engine available in mumbai with an auto tranny..
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