Didn't mean big turbo, that's for the 80. Likely don't even need it if the truck is light enough but my experience with altitude and NA suggests a few pounds of boost can't hurt. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy a nice slow f or 2f, but sometimes power is practical too.I think the only reason to even consider the h55 would be for short 40/70 series chassis like others have said. no point with the longer 45,55,60’s etc as the a442 and 343 are infinitely more durable than an h55f.
And for anyone with a rig that is sub 4250lbs .......a plain old stock 1fz /a442/4.11 has plenty of oomph to push 35s and leave u with a big grin the thought of a mild turbo’d 1fz in a 40/45 is pure Bro-Yota!!!
Toyota really dropped the ball on the fjcruiser. had they simply stuck with the their F-based Roots and taken the 1fz a decade further.......we would have something like an in-line 3.2liter variable valve turbo6 300hp/375tq to search the car-part classifieds for today to drop into old 40/45s. Ugh..
HD/HZ bell pattern are the same, but FZ is remarkably different.if you can match a 1HD-T to an H55F using 31111-60230 I don't see why you can't use the same to do the 1FZ-FE match with the H55F
Great!Bellhousing in the range of $1000-$1500 roughly.
Correct, standard 10 spline input shaft h55f
Very cool guys. I'm assuming this is set up for the standard 10 spline input H55F (33030-60450)
What are you recommending for the clutch components & Flywheel?
That would be great. We'd love to put this in our upcoming transmission offerings along with clutch kits, etc. Thanks!Correct, standard 10 spline input shaft h55f
2F/H55F style disc and pressure plate
I'll be sure to follow up with some more accurate details and part numbers.
Pilot bearing should be 90363-15017Here are the part numbers as promised.
Flywheel (FZJ70) : 13405-66020
Disc : 31250-36150
Clutch Cover (PP) : 31210-66030
Slave Cylinder : 31470-60171
Pilot bearing : 31210-60030
Release Fork : 31204-36110
T/O Bearing : 31230-60130