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I have purchased a holed 2zz from a Celica. What is the best manual to use to guide me through the tear down? I'll probably be asking a lot of questions here too since I really don't know jack. :shrug: It is never too late to learn right?
 

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...buy the celica shop manual directly from toyota - all lotus does is repackage its engine chapters, i believe...
 

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i had a motor and trans shipped from hypersports in atlanta to portland oregon for 200.so a block on a pallet would be half that.wish i could find one local.what do you figure will be left on the motor when you are done?if you look in the uber post thread there is a link to the uk toyota manuals that you can download then look up the engine tear down section.
 

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What do you need left? Most of my investigation will center around the head and the top of the block. I'll take a couple of pics tomorrow to show the damage that can be seen so far.
 

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I have purchased a holed 2zz from a Celica. What is the best manual to use to guide me through the tear down? I'll probably be asking a lot of questions here too since I really don't know jack. :shrug: It is never too late to learn right?
ditto. I've never done much engine work, either. I have replaced the rod bearings on a Porsche 944, but someone basically held my hand. I'm going to be replacing my cams and rockers on the Elise, so I'm interested to find out what you find out. :)
 

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A couple of pictures of how it looks at the start. 104k. I was told that it blew at 4k RPMs. I didn't really know what other questions I should have asked. I'll post more as I get things apart. One bit that is not apparent is the hole in the shallow end of the oil pan. I also know I didn't get all the bits and pieces. He said the two valves were in the pan and more of the piston.
 

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