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7MG or 7MGT?

 
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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2004 2:22 pm    Post subject: 7MG or 7MGT? Reply with quote

I've also been thinking, that it would be interesting to see what a carbed 7M would be like.....

I've been wondering what a triple side-draught set up would be like......
kinda like the old Datsun Z-motors......

Interesting that Toyota never made a multi-carb performance I6 like that....(that I know of)...

I think it would make for an interesting set-up.....wonder what the performance would be like?

probably wouldnt be worth doing in an off-road application, tho.... Confused
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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2004 2:51 pm    Post subject: Re: 7MG or 7MGT? Reply with quote

Cracker wrote:
I've also been thinking, that it would be interesting to see what a carbed 7M would be like.....

I've been wondering what a triple side-draught set up would be like......
kinda like the old Datsun Z-motors......

Interesting that Toyota never made a multi-carb performance I6 like that....(that I know of)...

I think it would make for an interesting set-up.....wonder what the performance would be like?

probably wouldnt be worth doing in an off-road application, tho.... Confused


I know they did make a multi carb engine, I am just not sure off the top of my head. I know you can get a dual carb side draft for the 1.6L 4A motors.

But, you are looking at a decrease in peformance and gas mileage if you want to go carbed. You might gain a little more low end torque, but overall, you would suffer. It would be really interesting to see though. I am sure you could modify the Datsun setup to bolt up to a 7M. No need for the ECU anymore, just have to figure out how to get the sparks.
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PostPosted: Thu May 12, 2005 9:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Toyota had a I6 carb it was a 2000GT

3 sidedrafts
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PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2005 6:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey, youre right! I shoulda known....

Toyota/Yamaha DOHC I6 with 3 Solex/Mikuni 40PHH's....
1988cc (2.0L)...Huh....Known as the 3M....
Interesting....A square-bore motor...75mm x 75mm (3.0" x 3.0")...Guess thats where the nice torque rating comes from...
Wow!...Looks like max HP is rated at 8100RPM!....And max torque at 7000RPM!
Wonder what the redline was?....

Like i said, i know the numbers for a carbed 7MG would be lower than a 7MGE, but i bet would still be very impressive, and cool to see "Just Because!"...LOL
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