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I was thinking to go to with the supercharger way but I would like some advice.
I am an owner of a gt-s with 2zz.
The parts I have been thinking is a an Eaton Mp45 and a piggyback ECU of AEM F/IC .
Anyone has tried it ?

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I was thinking to go to with the supercharger way but I would like some advice.
I am an owner of a gt-s with 2zz.
The parts I have been thinking is a an Eaton Mp45 and a piggyback ECU of AEM F/IC .
Anyone has tried it ?

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hello,

Yes it was done before in UK with an 1zz engine, giving 210bhp.
The only challenge is the bracket to mount the eaton, otherwise it is straight forward.
Personally I gathered the parts for this mod with water/air intercooler and emanage blue, but in the end I decided to sell them and install Rotrex with air/air intercooler and PFC.
 

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Ok , thanks for the answer . The AEM is hard to tune ? Plus how much of boost is considered safe for stock 2zz
hello,

Yes it was done before in UK with an 1zz engine, giving 210bhp.
The only challenge is the bracket to mount the eaton, otherwise it is straight forward.
Personally I gathered the parts for this mod with water/air intercooler and emanage blue, but in the end I decided to sell them and install Rotrex with air/air intercooler and PFC.
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Ok , thanks for the answer . The AEM is hard to tune ? Plus how much of boost is considered safe for stock 2zz

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No idea about AEM, you could search here and find out.
Powerwise, I am aware that the 2zz can handle more than 300bhp with proper tuning.
 

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Lots of SC options now for 2ZZ. OEM Lotus Elise MP45 non-IC, OEM Exige MP62 with IC.

Latter is best bet as many have upgraded to the TVS1320 so MP62 and manifolds will be around at reasonable cost. Check ads on Lotus sites or shops that specialise in Lotus upgrades.

With 2ZZ compression ratio of 11.5:1, max advisable boost 7.5psi.

To show that there is space here is pic of a TVS1320 in a Celica

 

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Lots of SC options now for 2ZZ. OEM Lotus Elise MP45 non-IC, OEM Exige MP62 with IC.

Latter is best bet as many have upgraded to the TVS1320 so MP62 and manifolds will be around at reasonable cost. Check ads on Lotus sites or shops that specialise in Lotus upgrades.

With 2ZZ compression ratio of 11.5:1, max advisable boost 7.5psi.

To show that there is space here is pic of a TVS1320 in a Celica


Except that's a photo of a Corolla.
 
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