any chance of this being CARB legal for cali owners if we add the cats back in?
Which Camry version? The '97-'01 Camry V6 M/T version has the same ratios as the MR2 but a taller (3.9 if I'm not mistaken) final drive.. But the '92-'93 version (E53- Guts fit into E153 bellhousings/center cases) has a 3.6 final drive and shorter individual ratios.It is the E153, the strongest transaxle in the known universe. This car has the MR2-T version with the shorter final drive and factory LSD. We will be running the Camry version with the longer gears and a Kaaz diff in our LSR Celica this year. Should do better than 235mph at 9k rpm if the car and driver are willing!
Available factory installed only and now discontinued unfortuantely.TRD made a supercharger for this engine for the Australian Aurion. It was rated at 323HP with a non-intercooled TVS blower.
The plan now is to further refine our test car, mostly testing a couple of other engine management options, and do a few installs in-house. That will allow us to fully document the install and make some changes that will simplify the installation. If there seems to be demand for a kit at that point we will work to make it available.I was just talking to my brother about this today, and the first thing he asked was whether or not we could put a blower on it Even in "stock" form though it sounds like it would be great. Looking forward to hearing final pricing and whether or not you can produce a kit for it.
That doesn't surprise me actually. An Exige in stock form is already a heck of a lot of fun, and the low end torque increase alone would make it nearly perfect. I look forward to being able to test drive that beastWe've had a couple of people inquire about forced induction options but nobody serious yet. One guy was pretty sure he'd need a supercharger but a ride in the yellow car changed his mind