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82 yota
02-03-2006, 05:20 PM
i have called a few places and no one has them, anyone know where to get them

Big_Ern
02-03-2006, 05:59 PM
www.engnbldr.com

just ordered my master rebuild kit for them. Great prices & service. Parts are supposed to be very good quality as well (next to oem)

slacker
02-03-2006, 06:58 PM
for an 82 ... I would STRONGLY recomend going with the earlier 79/80 double chain .. it'll come with the metal guides from any sourse . only thing you'll need to change is the oil pump drive gear .... easy peasy ...

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super dave
02-03-2006, 07:28 PM
mr.ern...its me dave....the 22r is a tall deck block ....which in turn comes stock with a metal back double chain....now a 22re rec rtec is a short deck single chain plastic back....we sell a new product from top line which is a single chain for short deck steel back plastic linned....to cure the problem of guide brakage.....in turn t cover troughage=water spewage=what the fuckage

super dave
02-03-2006, 07:32 PM
sweet lookin block dude....that is my favorite color scheme...red on brass plugs.....do all the aluminum.....alumi blast...then high temp clear....vht....canadian tire is the only place that has the shit left....they have i think 2-3 cans left....high heat non yellowing.......it aint allowed in canada cause it dont have french on the can....there is no high heat non yellowing clear around........im pissed

Big_Ern
02-03-2006, 07:35 PM
cool.

A new timing chain is included in the master rebuild kit i just ordered, so i won't need that, but its good to know you guys can get the good metal guides in now[cheers]

slacker
02-03-2006, 07:46 PM
sweet lookin block dude....that is my favorite color scheme...red on brass plugs.....do all the aluminum.....alumi blast...then high temp clear....vht....canadian tire is the only place that has the shit left....they have i think 2-3 cans left....high heat non yellowing.......it aint allowed in canada cause it dont have french on the can....there is no high heat non yellowing clear around........im pissed


pin the tail .. and I thought I was the only one ...

I love the stuff ...

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Big_Ern
02-03-2006, 07:59 PM
do you put the clear over the block as well? I'm gonna be doing mine up this week.

probably do a black block & head, red valve cover but mask off the toyota lettering so it stays bare aluminum (or maybe this alumi blast you speak of???). I think I'll keep the intake bare (or alumi blast) with red EFI lettering.



altho that red block does look pretty bling. You gonna do the head red as well? or make it black for some contrast? same goes for the oilpan?

may as well make it looks nice while I got it appart.

barracuda
02-03-2006, 08:08 PM
mr.ern...its me dave....the 22r is a tall deck block ....which in turn comes stock with a metal back double chain....now a 22re rec rtec is a short deck single chain plastic back....we sell a new product from top line which is a single chain for short deck steel back plastic linned....to cure the problem of guide brakage.....in turn t cover troughage=water spewage=what the fuckage

late model 22r's also came with the short deck 22 re type heads and a single roller chain, thin rings and weaker pistons . some 22re s came tall block higher compression pistons , thick rings and double roller chains . do not reley soley on the fact that an engine is a 22R and or RE as there are different types (depending on the application).

here is a bit more info and i can dig up some more if ya need
http://www.toysport.com/Technical%20Information/22r_tech_notes.htm

slacker
02-03-2006, 08:09 PM
yep ... after the paint ... after all is clean and perfect , and ready to bolt on .

The clear is the protector for the heat factor as well as the shine factor and easy wash ability ... works great .

slacker
02-03-2006, 08:11 PM
late model 22r's also came with the short deck 22 re type heads and a single roller chain, thin rings and weaker pistons . some 22re s came tall block higher compression pistons , thick rings and double roller chains . do not reley soley on the fact that an engine is a 22R and or RE as there are different types (depending on the application).

here is a bit more info and i can dig up some more if ya need
http://www.toysport.com/Technical%20Information/22r_tech_notes.htm R sires engine


Yep for some good facts ... http://www.members.shaw.ca/slacker502/technical.htm 22r links ..... or


LOOK here .... http://www.babcox.com/editorial/ar/ar119838.htm

Big_Ern
02-03-2006, 08:14 PM
yup, good point kyle.

'81-84 could be either single or dual row and all are 22R's
'85-95 are all single row and could be either 22R's ('85-89) or 22RE's ('85-95)

Don't knock the newer style completely though...starting in '89 the 22RE's had a better intake design that results in a lot better throttle response. This newer intake plentum is swappable onto the older style EFI, not directly bolt on, but it will work with a few minor mods and some wiring.

82 yota
02-04-2006, 12:31 AM
sorry i should have mentioned there is an 8622re in the truck, an i need something local cause i need the truck on monday, thanks for the quick replys