Bisimoto Tuning of old school Toyota Carina, Turbo'd JDM engine
This is a tuning session of a prestine 1973 Toyota Carina's transplanted 3T-GTE JDM turbo engine, using Microtech EMS. This twin plug, 4 cylinder engine is rare indeed, and owned by R Rated Motorsports. Tuned at about 8psi, the vehicle made over 220whp, with a small t3 turbo and modified stock intake manifold.
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1981 Toyota Corona 22R RWD 1 Owner 52K Orig Miles トヨタ・コロナ T130 Video For Sale
Toyota Corona or トヨタ・コロナ http://www.1ownercarguy.com and this
is a Very nice car it is a 1 Owner car and only has 52K orig miles it is
the Luxury Edition and in this video i do a Complete walkaround and show
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Introduced in Japan in September 1978, the T130 series Corona adopted a
boxier design over the outgoing T100/110/120 series. It maintained the
standard front engine / rear wheel drive layout of all Coronas that
preceded it. The T130 series was available in a wide range of body styles
across various markets including a four-door Sedan, two-door hardtop coupe,
four door wagon and new five-door liftback, which featured a 40:60 split
fold rear seat. The assignment of "T130" to all Corona bodystyles signified
a new approach, instead of a different series number identifyer for
All models featured Macpherson strut independent front suspension as well
as a 4-link trailing arm rear suspension arrangement with a Panhard rod.
Disc brakes were fitted as standard equipment on the front of all models.
Rear disc brakes were fitted as standard on the 2000GT and 2000SL, which
were not available to all international markets. Other models were fitted
with rear drum brakes.
The T130 was the last Corona to be marketed in the USA. It was offered as a
sedan, wagon, or liftback with either Base or LE equipment. In North
America, the Corona was replaced for the 1983 model year by the similarly
sized but front wheel drive Camry sedan and five-door hatchback. Since
then, the Camry has grown a size larger than the Corona and its sportier
Carina sister car.
The T130 series was manufactured with a wide range of engine and
transmission combinations. 1.6 litre 12R, 2T (and associated 12T) and 2.0
litre 18R engines are the most common. Amongst other minors change, the 1.8
litre 3T / 13T engine was added in 1981 to replace the 1.6 litre 2T / 12T.
The North American Corona shared the 2.2 litre 20R engine with the Celica.
Emission regulations passed in 1978 were applied across the range of models
offered. The 1.8L engine was equipped with electronic fuel injection as
well as the 2.0L engine. In Japan the venerable 2.0L 18R-G was offered in
the range-topping 2000GT, developing 101 kW (135 hp) at 5800 rpm
Toyota Australia manufactured sedans and wagons using 1.9 L Holden Starfire
engines, badged in Toyota engine terminology as the 1X, coupled with a 4
speed or optional 5 speed Borg-Warner 505. Toyota Australia also imported 4
door sedans and 5 door liftbacks fitted with a 2.0 litre 18R engine for the
New Zealand assembly started with the 1.6 litre OHV 12R engine and
three-speed manual transmission with bench front seat, and 1.8 litre 3T
with a four-speed manual or three-speed automatic. The 1.6 was soon changed
to the newer 2T engine, coupled with a four-speed manual and bucket front
seats. Later in the run, Toyota NZ added a locally assembled Liftback
version with the 1.8 litre engine and manual or automatic transmission.
These models also had a standard radio and separate cassette deck - both
were rare factory fittings in the country at the time.
Production of the T130 ended in 1982, to be replaced by the new, modern
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Bisimoto H22 header test and dyno: 18whp
This is a test of the Bisimoto V2 header versus the DC try-y coated header
for the H22 Honda dohc engine. The Bisimoto V2 nade 18whp and over 6 peak
ft/lbs of torque. Both setup were tuned using an AEM gen 2 EMS, and netted
a peak whp of 185. Specs: 184,837 mile powerplant, 2.5" Exhaust, Butterfly delete, Short Ram intake, AEM
Fuel rail, AEM 30-6040 ecu, Walbro 255, Stock injectors, Stock Cam, Stock
cam gears, Stock TB
Bisimoto Tuning of a 311whp street Datsun 510, with a SR20DET powerplant
This is a sweep session, on the popular Bisimoto Dynapack, after a partial
throttle tune. Using and AEM Series 2 EMS, coupled with an AEM true Boost controller, this street terror
made over 311whp at close to 300 ft/lbs of torque, on a small T3 turbo. The throttle response and drivability, on
this R Rated prepped old school car, is amazing.
Toyota 4A-FE engine cut-out
Cut-out I made from a Toyota 4A-FE engine block. The engine was removed
from a Toyota Corolla AE101 to be replaced by a more powerfull engine.
After collecting dust for several years, the engine's owner decided to
donate it to me so I could open her up.
Here is a brief impression of how that process went and of course, the end
Bisimoto tuning of E85 powered Turbo S2000, on AEM EMS
This is a full throttle tuning sweep, after a partial throttle tune of Alex
"Sheepey" S's Honda S2000. Using a 62mm billet turbo, custom twin scroll turbo manifold, an AEM series 2 EMS, and a bone
stock engine, this setup made 471whp at only 13.8psi of Boost pressure, on E85. The session was
limited due to misfire induced by poor engine grounds.
With perfect partial throttle tuning allowed on the Bisimoto Dynapack, the
drivability and throttle response is superb.