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Re: 1990 white GT 2018/10/09 08:36:37 (permalink)
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Oil filter is moved to the bottom of the engine, better oil baffling and cooling properties, space for the gen4 camshaft sensor, oil sensor ports, inbuilt relief valve.
 
I'd have to change the oil pump to match the sump so this will sit on the shelf for quite some time.
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Re: 1990 white GT 2018/10/09 08:55:43 (permalink)
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The gen4/5 sump allows all the aspects listed above, crank angle sensor is great to allow for easy coil on pack COP upgrade and advancing ecu control on ignition (aftermarket ecu required), as well as the biggest aspect of utilising the gen4/5 oil pump that has a larger gator (15mm vs 13mm in Gen2/3) and runs the gen3/4/5 smaller 1 tooth less cog (runs the oil pump slightly faster), overall far greater oil supply available at pump. The pressure relief valve regulates actual oil pressure.
This is the Toyota design of gen4/5 for 3sgte (and can be used for a 5sgte build).
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Re: 1990 white GT 2018/10/09 19:08:39 (permalink)
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Thanks All, Probably a bit daft. But Does this mean you end up running two filters? Of you just block the original filter location with something?
 
Does anyone have a link or something I can read more about actually doing this and how its done in practice?

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Re: 1990 white GT 2018/10/09 20:00:58 (permalink)
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Before you jump on a 'buy it now' - lol - You need to determine why you are upgrading and what purpose you use the mr2 to determine whats the best solution and the answer maybe a gen3 sump or moroso sump (more oil at sump) or even stay with a gen2 sump. 
 
There are a combinations of solutions for gen2 3sgte block or late model 5s block and gen4/5 sump with gen 4/5 oil pump set up in regards to the oil cooler/filters;
Run the smaller n/a oil filter z386 at the stock position and run the larger z4xx turbo oil filter at the bottom location, or replacing the gen2 oil cooler with a gen3 oil cooler that has the block off plate on the oil cooler (custom HFHOE required), or running a late model 5s oil cooler (requires modification), or running a gen4/5 oil cooler (requires modification) at the stock gen2 position as it also has the cooler block off plate, or eliminating the stock gen2 oil filter position and running an external oil cooler.   
The gen2 motor with gen2 sump can be upgraded by a late 90s model 5s oil pump upgrade that allows you to keep the gen2 sump, and is the cheapest upgrade for more oil flow at pump. http://www.atsracing.com/Parts/Details/E-OILPUMP 
 
Google will provide further information or PM me and can share some pictures and info.
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Re: 1990 white GT 2018/10/11 09:16:13 (permalink)
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Can find the strip near the wheel but it's in teh shed somewhere haha

 
Wanted to test my brakes (which still arent working right) and found this:

 
 

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Re: 1990 white GT 2018/10/11 11:50:53 (permalink)
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Probably a good this if the brakes aren't good lol 😋
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