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1991 JZZ30 Toyota Soarer - Manual Conversion NOW £4750!

1991 Toyota Soarer Twin Turbo Manual

Koyo race radiator
Apexi Induction Kit
HKS Fuel Cut Defender
HKS Dragger system
Custom Twin turbo Elbows
Custom Turbo Link pipe
Decat pipe

5 speed manual conversion
F1 Racing 6 puk racing clutch (brand new, due to be fitted in a week rated at 440Ft Lb tourque)
Kaaz 2way LSD

Racing Gear JTC N1 Circuit Coilovers
JIC magic front camber adjusters

3G 20 Grooved discs all round
EBC Redstuff pads all round
Goodridge braided lines

Wheels and tyres:
9.5x18 ET15 Sparco Pythons in white allround
With miss match legal tyres.

Border SP-3 Carbon Fibre drivers Bucket Seat (Red)
Willans 4 point harnesses
Sparco Monza suede steering Wheel
HKB hub
Greddy Gearknob
Greddy 52mm boost gauge
Digi-dash :smokin:

Resprayed Seat platinum grey metallic from original Merlin Blue
Vertex front bumper
VX Sideskirts
Vertex copy rear valance (to be fitted, requires work to fit)
Rolled arches

Car Condition


There are 2 rolling road printouts, 1 for 330bhp last year and one at torque of the devil on 31st march this year and for 316.5bhp. Generally the cars were down by 15-20hp on the day bringing it inline with the last one, so it’s still a nice strong consistent engine. It pulls very hard and is very quick.


There is no rust that I have seen and I do a bit of work on the car regularly. The bodywork/paint is ‘drift spec’ i.e. looks good from 5 feet away but would not win a show and shine. Notably there is a large crack in the front bumper which has been zip tied together for more strength.

There used to be several water leaks resulting in the rear seat wells flooding which have now been plugged with decent bonding sealant around the rear windows and front window trim.


The car drives very well for a 1992 car. The engine is very quick and strong and the suspension is not too harsh for everyday but certainly feels a lot more stable in the twisties. One thing is the car does kick out blue smoke on occasion which is obviously due to burning oil. Now considering the strength of these engines, the problem is very likely to be the turbo oil seals. I’m looking to get confirmation of this when the clutch is fitted. Now depending on whether I can find a new pair of turbos or not, this may or may not be rectified by the time of the sale. It’s not a big job, the stock turbos can be got for a fair price and fitting them will be easy enough to any spanner monkey, so the price below will take this into consideration. NOTE: The car still drives and pulls very well, so the smoking has not affected performance at all.


The inside is stripped and not so pretty. Door cards and dash have seen better days but it’s a weekend/track/drift car. These parts along with carpet can be picked up and replaced cheaply.

The sound deadening has been removed so the inside is ready for a good cleaning and a coat of paint, nice easy fun job!

M.O.T until 1st October 2007, taxed until end of September.

At the time of the clutch fitting I will have the car checked over to make sure nothing else is wrong.


Considering how rare manuals are and the work and parts involved in converting one makes this car quite a catch. All this considering the price paid, brand new clutch, work done since (in 2 months), I value the car and parts at around £6,000 in good nick (but owes me a lot more) but due to the slight smokeyness I’m looking for £4,750ono. I will consider part ex with/against a Integra DC5 or Clio V6 as the reason behind the sale is for a newer more agreeable everyday car.

07816 390 568



p.s. car can be viewed in action on the 5th August in Aldershot.
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