Q: Would like to put a 2JZ Twin Turbo motor in my 2013 Scion tc

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Would like to do an engine swap in my 2013 Scion Tc and would like to put a 2JZ Twin Turbo motor in its place

My car has 63900 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Hi there. You’ll be better served to contact a local speed shop that specializes in completing Scion performance upgrades to see whether or not this is possible and if they’re able to offer suggestions and advice on how to complete this upgrade. Best of luck to you.

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