The Titan dry sump kit is the product of our years of development on the 2JZ engine platform. Traditionally something only possible for 2JZ full chassis cars, we took the time to engineer a complete kit that allows the same technology to be used in a factory MKIV Supra subframe. Our dry sump kit is designed to fit the stock subframe with minimal modifications necessary, making the installation process very simple. These kits have been safely tested to 10,000+ rpm on our race engines.
Basic kit includes the following items;
• Billet/Sheet meteal Oil Pan
• Barnes 5 stage pump with all hardware
• HTD Taper grip pump pulley
• Oil Pump Belt
• Mandrel for Titan/ATI pulley
• Drive gears for crank and pump
• Billet Oil pump Bracket
• Modified Oil Pump
• Fragola Custom Lines to the pan with preinstalled oil filters
• All hardware needed
Additional parts needed:
• Inline oil filter for after Pump
• Oil Tank
Optional Parts Available:
• Oil Cooler Kit
• Electric Oil Tank Heater
Originally developed on our 2JZ race engines to save additional weight, we had many requests to developed these for the consumer market. The foundation for these stunning covers is a billet aluminum base that is CNC machined to offer proper gasket sealing with the head using the factory gasket. We then hand form a smooth sheet metal top that is then tig welded before being mirror polished. The result is a set of valve covers that are 2lbs lighter than the factory units, and more visually appealing. The sheet metal construction allows the valve covers to be used with or without a fill cap, and -10 or -12AN fittings to be placed at the customers requested location for crankcase ventilation (standard configuration is smooth).
March 28,2013 : The EK Kanoo Racing Supra driven by Gary White set the record for the Worlds Quickest Import at Bahrain International Circuit with a email@example.com MPH pass. The car is a 3/4 chassis built entirely in house by Titan Motorsports and featured a Titan built 2JZ powerplant which still featured OEM Block and Head castings. The Supra will continue to try to best this current feet while participating in the BDRC Championship currently in progress.
We just returned from TX2K13, the annual Super meet in Houston, TX. What originally started as a Supra meet over 10 years ago has blossomed into a Mecca performance enthusiasts from around the country. This year marked the changing of the guards, as what was once marketed as the annual “Supra Meet” was overrun by GTRs. Sure there were a plethora of clean Supras, Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferraris and late model domestics, but no car seemed as popular as the Nissan GTR.
Thursday we attended the GTRLife night party at Wild Wing Cafe and first got our glimpse of how popular the GTR would be at the meet when the entire parking lot was filled with Nissans latest Super car.
The dyno event took place at Hennessy’s facilities which features dual dynos, one RWD unit and and AWD unit. The RWD dyno had a sensor failure early in the afternoon which prevented many of the heavy hitters from being able to put down the big numbers they intended. While the drag strip has always been the official landmark event for TX2K, everyone knows the real action happens on the street. Houston’s finest have caught on and had their fleet working overtime trying to prevent the street races, however many went down without a hitch. The Omni hotel was overwhelmed with ever inch of it’s parking lot filled with high power cars just looking for their next victim. A quick search for TX2K on YouTube will reveal plenty of entertaining videos and events in “Mexico” for those interested in seeing what goes on after hours.
This year marked the first year in some time that we did not bring our Copper Supra, or any cars for that matter. The Supra was tested earlier this spring yielding the 201mph trap speed, however conflicts with our race team, as well as track conditions for the weekend forced us to make the tough decision to leave the car at home. We’re also currently in the process of doing a full upgrade to our GTR house car, and felt rushing it for this one event wouldn’t be the correct thing to do for this development process. We’ll get an earlier start next year and look forward to bringing out our full arsenal, as well as customers to enjoy what has become the can’t miss event if you’re a performance enthusiast. A big thank you to Peter Blach for putting blood sweat and tears into making sure this event is everything it can be, we’re proud to sponsor such a fantastic event.
Don Omar hosted Drag Mania at Palm Beach International Raceway, showcasing a heads up import drag race along with a concert. Titan Motorsports was on hand to support New Generation with their new rotary powered RX8 drag car while we complete their 2JZ powered Solara. The team finished the day without the event win, however the did set a new 20B 3 rotor world record with a 6.486 @ 211.67 pass down the 1320.
We just hooked up Nigel Colfer with some parts for his 1JZ powered 180SX across the pond and he sent us this great video of his car in action. We’re happy to be in a position to helping grassroots and professional motorsports teams with their parts needs regardless of their geographic location.
Powerglides aren’t just for GM vehicles anymore! ATI Performance Products is proud to introduce an SFI-Certified SuperCase adapter bellhousing (Part # 200029) for Toyota Supra 2JZ engines. The ATI Supra Bellhousing allows you to bolt any ATI SuperCase encased Powerglide right up to your Supra motor without any adapter plates or cut-off bellhousings. With the ATI SuperCase design you have the bellhousing registered to the case and pump to alleviate any alignment troubles from other manufacturers. Requires an ATI 9″ Torque Converter, flexplate and crank adapter. Case and Bell are SFI 4.1 and 30.1 certified.
The 10th Anniversary edition of Dsport Magazine (September 2012 edition) just hit newsstands and lists Nero Deliwala / Titan Motorsports in their list of the top 10 tuners of the past 10 years. Pick up your issue and check it out for yourselves, there’s also quite a few 2JZ powered vehicles in their list of the Top 10 most powerful imports.
Taking the old hot rod statement “There’s no Replacement for Displacement” to heart, we went to work and developed a new 3.5L stroker kit for the 2JZ. Increasing the factory displacement by .5L to increase low end torque and horse power and reduce turbo lag. Using one of our Titan Motorsports True Billet Crankshaft designed for our 3.5L, we increased the stroke by 10mm to 96mm, increasing the displacement to 3.5L. The Titan Motorsports 3.5L Billet Crankshaft also features a 1.88″ rod bearing which allows a wider range of bearing options as well as a larger variety of bearing materiel availability over factory sized Toyota bearings. The Billet Crankshaft is complimented by Custom Titan Motorsports / CP Pistons in 87mm bore, and Custom Titan Motorsports / Carrillo H-Bream connecting Rods with Upgraded Rod Bolts both built to our specifications. The recommended maximum RPM limit for this kit is 9,000 RPM when combined with proper camshaft selection and a lightweight valve train.