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#21 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 05:30 PM
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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

Go gear if the price is siimilar. Not really stronger as ive never seen either break, but you have way moregeqr ratio options for 4low with the gear case.
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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

been there done it too, W56. Getting on the highway, 3rd gear, full boost, BANG, thought it was engine, kept driving, sounded like a washing machine full of rocks.

Got a r150 in now, handles the power fine (350rwhp)


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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

r 151 transmission and transfercase for toyota 86-95 need bell housing,$500 or best offer ***-***-**** great for rockcrawler project
Saw this ad and trying to swoop asap.. no answer yet..

Just found this thread and found out that a bell housing from the 2tr goes from 3rz to the R-series Trannys.. Stoked! heres a link for the thread..
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyot...win-stick.html

LT, what gearing are you running in the rear for your turbo setup?? Thanks. im thinking 4.88s for the 33" but im not sure with the setup of a close gear ratio R151 Transmission.. Your thoughts and advice is appreciated!

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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

4.88 will be weak as phuck with 33's


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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

4.88 would be to weak.... Hmmmmmm ok. Jus keep doing what ur doin and ill keep doin what I'm doing. The R151 tranny will be a good starting point and il go from there.

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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

4.88 is a little tall for a 4-banger imo. if you are wanting highway mileage then 4.88's with 33's are the way to go. If this rig is going to be for off-road, then I would get 5.29's and call it a day. And I am hoping 'weak' was meant as being to high, not strength wise....

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Re: W59 Failure 3RZ-turbo

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4.88 is a little tall for a 4-banger imo. if you are wanting highway mileage then 4.88's with 33's are the way to go. If this rig is going to be for off-road, then I would get 5.29's and call it a day. And I am hoping 'weak' was meant as being to high, not strength wise....
you think 4.88's w/ an R151 Transmission, w/turbo(7psi), would be sufficient for highway use? I was hoping so..

To the OP, did you buy a rebuild kit or a whole diff tranny? Thanks. sorry for thread jacking!
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r 151 transmission and transfercase for toyota 86-95 need bell housing,$500 or best offer ***-***-**** great for rockcrawler project
Saw this ad and trying to swoop asap.. no answer yet..

Just found this thread and found out that a bell housing from the 2tr goes from 3rz to the R-series Trannys.. Stoked! heres a link for the thread..
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyot...win-stick.html

LT, what gearing are you running in the rear for your turbo setup?? Thanks. im thinking 4.88s for the 33" but im not sure with the setup of a close gear ratio R151 Transmission.. Your thoughts and advice is appreciated!

I've been out of the loop for a bit being patient waiting on parts.
I initially purchased 33's when I did my suspension mods and with the stock 4:56 gears and the 3rz it was fine around town, but hit a long hill on the highway you're always getting a run at it in 4th or even 3rd. Now with the power mods, the tire and gear combo are practical and fun too.
I haven't got the truck completely back together yet. I bought a Marlin Crawler R150F HD with billet shift fork, chromoly trust washer, and they did an input shaft swap on my transfer case. From what I've read, the Marlin 05+ bell housing adapter is actually shorter than an OEM 05+ unit so that driveline and cross member problems don't occur.
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Wow good info in this thread.
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