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Old 10-11-2018, 08:12 PM   #109
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Midpipe and Other Parts


Adam was right. This pipe starts out huge and then tapers down to 1 1/2" after the resonator. It is what it is. Hopefully the flow won't be restricted too much. As much as I hate the thought of it I'm tempted to gut the cats!

I ordered a couple spring bolt kits and a donut as there was nothing stated about including those parts and they did in fact come with it. Not a biggle as these are pretty much consumable items.

My target for the swap is the weekend of 20 October, unless of course, I get the itch to start tearing things apart on the week day evenings.



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Old 10-13-2018, 03:03 PM   #110
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Wow that’s a nice looking piece. Let us know how well it fits and sounds at the end.

Make sure you never drive a corolla after the swap, or you will realize just how slow they are haha
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Old 10-13-2018, 09:25 PM   #111
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Wow that’s a nice looking piece. Let us know how well it fits and sounds at the end.

Make sure you never drive a corolla after the swap, or you will realize just how slow they are haha
I will definitely post about the final exhaust. Maybe I'll do a quick video.

Haha, I've been wanting to drive a corolla before the swap to see how much faster the 2ZR powered Yaris is. I seem to recall Trevor saying it was like the car lost 700 lbs or something like that.
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Old 10-15-2018, 12:47 PM   #112
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When my Yaris was his in the door and the body shop had it, I had a corolla rental. When I got my Yaris back I was so surprised how much faster it is! I think the swapped Yaris may be just as fast as the tC...
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Old 10-15-2018, 04:53 PM   #113
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Make sure you never drive a corolla after the swap, or you will realize just how slow they are haha
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When my Yaris was his in the door and the body shop had it, I had a corolla rental. When I got my Yaris back I was so surprised how much faster it is! I think the swapped Yaris may be just as fast as the tC...
I like the sound of that - the potential to be as fast as the TC. Just did some research:

First Generation Scion TC: ~160 HP, ~162 Torque, Curb Weight 2970 lbs, Power:Weight 0.054, 0-60 in 6.8 - 7.3 sec.
Swapped Yaris ~130 HP, ~127 Torque, Curb Weight 2340 lbs, Power:Weight 0.056, Scion xD itself claims 0-60 in 7.8 - 7.9 which would be almost 300 pounds heavier than the swapped Yaris. Not sure if these 0-60 times are with manual or auto. I know that gear ratios etc would also come into play.

Not sure how it would translate into real world application, but it sounds like the swapped Yaris - at ~600 lbs less and a marginally higher power to weight ratio - might indeed be comparable to the TC.

Further research shows that the 2nd Generation TC has 180 HP, 173 ft/lbs torque and a 6-speed auto.
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Old Yesterday, 04:55 PM   #114
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Alternator Install

This thread is getting long but I want to document as many steps as possible. Just picking away until the "big day" of the swap. Alternator installation is very straight forward. I was amazed that I managed to actually order all the parts I needed. A/C compressor will have to wait until the 1Nz is pulled for the bolts.

All fasteners lubricated with anti-seize. Will grease all the sliding parts.



I think I'm liking the belt tensioner adjuster compared to the Yaris set up.

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Hey your water pump pulley is different from mine, what year is your engine from again?
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Hey your water pump pulley is different from mine, what year is your engine from again?
Heart attack coming on...

The engine is from a 2011 Corolla. Is your pulley larger/smaller? Or, just a different style?

Am I ok?
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Old Yesterday, 09:19 PM   #118
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A great score...

Local auto recycler for $25.00 CAD. Cheapest I could find online was $80.00 USD and in much worse shape. This one is nearly mint! Even came with all 4 rubber grommets unlike many of the online listings. Just have to figure out how to get the part number marker ink off of it.



A little kid's sunscreen made short work of the marker.

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Old Today, 02:42 AM   #119
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Heart attack coming on...

The engine is from a 2011 Corolla. Is your pulley larger/smaller? Or, just a different style?

Am I ok?
Mine was labeled as 13í, itís the same size just the pulley design looks better on yours.....maybe you have the updated pump
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HELL YES!!!!!!!
I know. Great, isn't it. No more crow bar.
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Mine was labeled as 13í, itís the same size just the pulley design looks better on yours.....maybe you have the updated pump
OK, I feel better now. Haha. Thanks!
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There is definitely a difference in the appearance of the water pumps, but they're 1:1 compatible. I replaced the '08 xD with the superseded part number and it fits fine, just a pain to install because the pulley sticks out a few mm farther and interferes with the frame rail during install. Definitely better to replace it with the engine out of the car. =)
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FWIW my wp looks identical to the one shown above and my engine was also from a 2011 corolla
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Awww poop. Looks like from 2010 on the new pump was used. I remember when I did the pump on my 1nz the new part looked much different as well. Lots of Toyota water pump revisions apparently
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