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Discussion in 'B58 6-Cyl Engine, Exhaust, Drivetrain, Bolt-Ons' started by JustaCarguy., Jan 23, 2019.
Engineering Explained always has good, informative videos. Here he didn’t touch on the integrated exhaust manifold on this version of the engine, however. It’s pros and cons compared to traditional exhaust ports with a separate exhaust manifold.
Ah Youtube comments
Honestly that is how almost all the arguments I’ve seen have gone.
pretty amazing comment thread there; there are some gems once in a while
HAHA!! I never noticed how many likes my comment received. Thanks for sharing this!
lmao, thank you for getting that golden snowball rolling
What’s interesting though is the promo video during unveil didn’t show the engine having integrated exhaust ports. Looks like split port manifold:
Ehhh....oh well. For now...
If you look closely, the blue diagram is just showing the internal ports that are cast into the head. In the video, you can see that the turbo bolts right to the head.
I'm sure that is the case, but...I don't see that. Oh well...still not interested in the initial cars. Show me the good stuff.
Here's a better look at it from the source video
Now I see it....
I was hoping it would touch on the differences between this and the Z4 engine...if any
No more information in this video
Compression ratios at 11 is confirmed for Supra?
If it’s True only one cheaper solution for increasing power the cylinder head spacer shims
High CR is actually the way to go for high HP....especially with ethanol and forged components in the picture. Alot of 2JZ folks go 10:1 CR on their builds and it does well with spooling and low end grunt. No worries here with high CR honestly.