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Old 05-11-2007, 03:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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7mgte in a taco?

I was curious if anyone knew if a 7m would fit into a tacoma? and if anyone has any details of the swap.
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Old 05-11-2007, 06:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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? reason for the swap.

3.4l v6 seems like a better option to me. + no inner cooler to mount. Just curious.
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Power factor...plus i have access to one.
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might have bottum end clearance issues with a ifs truck.
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Don't do it!

Chronic headgasket problems with the 7M unless you want to really work the top of the block, the bottom of the head, and put in a full metal headgasket.

Go read 4RnrRick's 7m swap into his 4runner before you decided if you want to go down this road. (He did it, hated it, yanked it, built another truck with a 2.7L 3R-Z taco motor and loves it!)

The other HUGE negative of the 7M is that it doesn't produce good torque at low RPM. It's a go-fast engine for cars. The power/torque curves are all kinds of wrong for wheeling.
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Old 05-13-2007, 02:23 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Don't do it!

Chronic headgasket problems with the 7M unless you want to really work the top of the block, the bottom of the head, and put in a full metal headgasket.

Go read 4RnrRick's 7m swap into his 4runner before you decided if you want to go down this road.
Although, head gasket issues seem common, you only hear about the bad ones. So take with a grain of salt.
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(He did it, hated it, yanked it, built another truck with a 2.7L 3R-Z taco motor and loves it!).
keep in mind these are stock motors in the tacos, So I'm guessing he wants more.

Is this still a ifs truck?
What motor's in it and does it run?
What do you intead to do with the truck?
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It has the 3.4 which runs very well.
It is Ifs...but will be straight axled by the end of summer
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It has the 3.4 which runs very well.
It is Ifs...but will be straight axled by the end of summer
I'd have a hard time justifying the swap for 20-30 more horse. I would recommend a supercharger for the 3.4 then.
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