List of my engine copies by manufacturer

[size=200]EDIT[/size][size=150] Starting over with the steam update will start to rebuild but it will be under a sub company of TSG unltd. TSG Recreations and will have a new thread at some point as such.[/size]
This is a list of my copies sorted by their manufacturer. If your interested in any of them please ask and I will post the file.

Some are more accurate others are less. I just build them for some fun in my free time so bear in mind I’m not shooting to be perfect.

Toyota:
18R-G
1JZ-GTE
1NZ-FE
1UZ-FE
22R
22R-E
22R-TE
2AR-FE
2JZ-FSE (Built by Sayonara)
2JZ-GE
2JZ-GTE
2T-G
2UR-GSE
3M
3S-GTE
3UR-FE
4A-GE Redtop
4A-GE 20v Blacktop
4K
4M-E
5V (V8 HEMI)
7A-FE
7A-GE 20v (Copy of the engine Keiichi Tsuchiya had built for his AE86)
7M-GE
7M-GTE
7M-GTE Group A
F
M-EU
M-TEU
Type A (Same as a Chevy stove bolt but with something like 2 more HP)

Nissan:
R36V
RB26DETT
S20 EFI
SR20DET redtop

GM:
Chevy:
235 Blue Flame
327
350
396
400
427 L71
454
LNF Ecotec
LS1
LS2
LS4
LS6
LS7
LT-1 (350)
LT5
Vortech 6000

Cadillac:
365
500

Oldsmobile:
303 Rocket
303 J2 Golden Rocket

Buick:
455 (Built by Sayonara)

Ford:
270T Barra (4.0 turbo I6 from AU Ford)
302 Windsor
4.6 3v
427 Cobra
428 Cobra Jet
Coyote 5.0
Coyote 5.2 FP (Specs source forgotten)

Lincoln:
368

Dodge:
340
426
440

Ferrari:
458
Dino 248SP
Tipo F120A
F136I

Alfa Romeo:
Twin Cam 2.0

Aston Martin:
AJ133

Porsche:
928

Lotus:
L914

Lamborghini:
Jalpa (rebuilt)

Bentley:
6.75 (Mulsanne)

Alpine:
DS19

TVR:
Speed 8

Jaguar:
XK6 3.8

McLaren:
M838-T

Volkswagen:
DX 1.8

Mercedes-Benz:
M159

BMW:
M49
M88/1
S63B44TO

Honda:
B18C R

Mazda:
MazdaSpeed BPT

International Harvester:
551

I will update the list as I make more

I kind of want a lot the Ford 427 Cobra. :smiley:

here you are
427 CobraRev0.lua (39.4 KB)

Nice work. Can I take a look at the 458? Also where do you find your information about the engines, When I searched for the 458 all I could find was the displacement and hp. ft-lb, (the basic information).

It depends for a lot of engines I just go to wiki. Others are more tricky like Ferrari and require much web surfing. Car forums worked for my in the past also, like lotus and lambo, I cant specifically remember where I found those specs but I remember a very hard search. I think that I found something in an autotrend or a car and driver. That was one of my earlier ones aswell, I used that and the dino for my first flatplanes, I will still put it up for you but this is not my best work. Please let me know what you think either way.

Edit: P.S. I find it interesting that it is usually flatplanes that are the hardest to find info on. Ferrari, Louts, Lambo, The new Ford. When companies actually produce well built flatplane V8s they keep most of the knowledge to themselves it seems.
458FRev0.lua (52.4 KB)

Have a 2JZ-FSE (the one nobody really cared about) to add to your long list of Toyota engines.

Power and torque come on at the right RPMs in the right quantities. I did have to put some quality into the top end and fuel system, but I imagine Toyota would be best represented by huge top end and fuel system tech pools anyway.

2JZ-FSERev0.lua (40.3 KB)

Thanks Sayonara and the quality sliders can be like cheat codes… just get you there easier. At least thats my opinion. When I started I used them a lot more then I do now though.

[quote=“ThatSupraGuy9801”]

It depends for a lot of engines I just go to wiki. Others are more tricky like Ferrari and require much web surfing. Car forums worked for my in the past also, like lotus and lambo, I cant specifically remember where I found those specs but I remember a very hard search. I think that I found something in an autotrend or a car and driver. That was one of my earlier ones aswell, I used that and the dino for my first flatplanes, I will still put it up for you but this is not my best work. Please let me know what you think either way.

Edit: P.S. I find it interesting that it is usually flatplanes that are the hardest to find info on. Ferrari, Louts, Lambo, The new Ford. When companies actually produce well built flatplane V8s they keep most of the knowledge to themselves it seems.[/quote]

I had a hard time finding the Lamborghini V8s engines specs for my replicas, I’ll have to re-tune them when the steam update comes out. Does the Jalpa/Lamb0 V8s have flatplanes? I try to get everything down to the timing and exhaust size, and then tune from there, which I had succses with Lambo V8s with lots of research. Thanks for the 458!

[quote=“Nivracer”]

It depends for a lot of engines I just go to wiki. Others are more tricky like Ferrari and require much web surfing. Car forums worked for my in the past also, like lotus and lambo, I cant specifically remember where I found those specs but I remember a very hard search. I think that I found something in an autotrend or a car and driver. That was one of my earlier ones aswell, I used that and the dino for my first flatplanes, I will still put it up for you but this is not my best work. Please let me know what you think either way.

Edit: P.S. I find it interesting that it is usually flatplanes that are the hardest to find info on. Ferrari, Louts, Lambo, The new Ford. When companies actually produce well built flatplane V8s they keep most of the knowledge to themselves it seems.
I had a hard time finding the Lamborghini V8s engines specs for my replicas, I’ll have to re-tune them when the steam update comes out. Does the Jalpa/Lamb0 V8s have flatplanes? I try to get everything down to the timing and exhaust size, and then tune from there, which I had succses with Lambo V8s with lots of research. Thanks for the 458![/quote]

I didn’t realize I spelled jalpa japala haha and no it isn’t until this post I thought it was, my replica is. But I didn’t want to look stupid and say yes as I was not sure, So I just pulled up a video of one and it sound like a small block Chevy… sad… ill have to rebuild it now. looks like I’m not a lambo expert at all, wrong spelling, wrong internals. I do know however its a 3.5L version of the 3.0 in the Silhouette.

and I hope that the 458 was to your liking, You’re certainly welcome for it. I’d be interested in your lambo replicas if they are not already out there on the forum. Which ones have you built?

P.S. sorry if I made you feel excited that the jalpa might be flatplane. I just didn’t go all out with the research on that one I suppose.

This is the link to my Lamborghini engines if I take it of my signature. viewtopic.php?f=34&t=3964 As you can see I did that a while ago(almost a year). So the engines are not going to be the quality I can do now. Fell free to try them out!

get me your international harvester 551, pll probs have a laugh with it

1940’s model. And yeah it was a bit of a joke when I made it, But it’s a recreation so it had to go on the list. Anyway here have some laughs, on me.
551 IHRev0.lua (29.6 KB)

[quote=“ThatSupraGuy9801”]

1940’s model. And yeah it was a bit of a joke when I made it, But it’s a recreation so it had to go on the list. Anyway here have some laughs, on me.[/quote]

thanks, time to see if it can move a van :smiley:

[quote=“cpufreak101”]

1940’s model. And yeah it was a bit of a joke when I made it, But it’s a recreation so it had to go on the list. Anyway here have some laughs, on me.

thanks, time to see if it can move a van :smiley:[/quote]

They were built to move armored trucks and the like around. Should be no problem :laughing: , Let me know what you think.

[quote=“ThatSupraGuy9801”]

[quote=“cpufreak101”]

thanks, time to see if it can move a van :smiley:
They were built to move armored trucks and the like around. Should be no problem :laughing: , Let me know what you think.[/quote]

i got a test track called slope and it was a slope that increased in slope until about 30-45 degrees, i threw it in an off roader and it did the track no problem, sounded a bit wierd but its due to a big with cars going up too steep a slope allowing an engine to rev past redline but doesnt allow speed increase

I had the engine of my Toyota: the 1zr-fae. If you need the engine, contact me.

[size=200]EDIT[/size] [size=150]Starting over with the steam update will start to rebuild but it will be under a sub company of TSG unltd. TSG Recreations and will have a new thread at some point as such.[/size]

Hi, can I get that Toyota 1NZ-FE and 2AR-FE? I used to own a Yaris and currently is driving a Camry so I kinda feel the need to own those engines too :smiley:

Thank you!

May I have the LS7? I want to put it in my “Totally Not a Land Rover Defender”

when you get it rebuilt, can i have the LS2 (and maybe the IH again :laughing: )