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Thread: Project Silly Celica.....*it runs, vid page11*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    Besides in a year or so when this becomes too slow i can just buy a second turbo (twins good for 1350whp) and exhaust them straight up through the hood like a pair of zoomies!


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    LOL. its funny because you think you're still going to own this car come next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by do-boy View Post
    LOL. its funny because you think you're still going to own this car come next year.
    Hey! I've had the uze86 for 2yrs now, actually almost exactly two years lol

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    Doesn't look like a lot of work but represents like 5 hrs of work rotated intake manifold, replaced all the injector o-rings, and deleted the traction control mechanicals from the throttle body





    Should have the intercooler and Aluminum 3core civic radiator end of next week hopefully so i can continue packaging stuff then



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    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    sweet, the intake manifolds are totaly symetrical so they can just be flipped without mods?

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    ^^ just about to ask that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupraFiend View Post
    sweet, the intake manifolds are totaly symetrical so they can just be flipped without mods?
    Yup just have to swap a couple studs from left to right due to length but yeah easily swapped. I made block off plates for the egr, idle control, and cold start injector as this engine won't have any of that

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    Engine cradle all finished and welded/primered



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    Nice! Thats the way to do it, no flex there.

    So are you megasquirting this motor? PNP ecu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupraFiend View Post
    Nice! Thats the way to do it, no flex there.

    So are you megasquirting this motor? PNP ecu?
    yeah megasquirt2 v3 with second vr sensor input daughtercard, already had this engine running on the garage floor before I even bought the car. Wiring harness is all re-done already and uses all stock sensors and ignition system for nice easy installation and reliability

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    So the mailman was kind to me today and brought me some parts

    Aluminum (Civic) radiator nice, compact and still a 3Core



    “EVO” intercooler nice and huge!



    THE RACING STORE! lol



    Tony was awesome to deal with and set me up with exactly what i needed. Its a 11.75″ Pro-street Big brake kit using aerospace components Calipers, Billet hub assemblies etc. These are available in 4 & 5-lug Bolt patterns and are a direct bolt on to AE86 corolla spindles/Strut assemblies.

    After a little assembly this is what you end up with:



    http://trsmotorsport.com/index.php?p...mart&Itemid=26


    oh yeah I painted the engine bay as well as box in the frame rails where i had to route exhaust piping


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    That looks expensive....
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    They arent that bad actually
    I am your 4ajesus

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    $895usd includes new billet hubs, all new bearings and seals is actually a damn good price

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    hmmm interesting, those calipers look pretty slim

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    i dont know about that civic rad. i had pretty much the exact one before when i first put an sr in my corolla. the first time i took it to the track, i had a major brain fart and put the temp sender in the lower water inlet, so it was reading temps as coolant flows INTO the motor. i remember seeing 220deg

    and that was with half the displacement and power that this thing will have. you can get massive aluminum ones off summit for super cheap too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenie View Post
    stuff about small rad
    Drag car.


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    Quote Originally Posted by greenie View Post
    i dont know about that civic rad. i had pretty much the exact one before when i first put an sr in my corolla. the first time i took it to the track, i had a major brain fart and put the temp sender in the lower water inlet, so it was reading temps as coolant flows INTO the motor. i remember seeing 220deg

    and that was with half the displacement and power that this thing will have. you can get massive aluminum ones off summit for super cheap too?
    Except "massive" is the problem, just don't have room. When I ordered it there was 3 different ones that all had the same width/height but this is a 3 core. But we'll see how well this works as my big 3core brass one in the levin with the fans on full time barely crack 180 on chilly days and never above 190 on track days or roadtrips through socal.

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    Also sr20 water pumps are known to cavitate at high rpm even with underdriven waterpump pulleys. Stock gts radiator had enough cooling capacity in the levin but couldn't flow enough volume and would over power the stock radiator cap and spray down the engine bay but never got over 195ish
    Last edited by Steve Groenink; 10-26-2010 at 01:13 PM.
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    Go Steve go! Sweetness.

    Sorry if you've posted this, but you're coating taht front cross mani to the turbo? I'm scared for your belts/dizzy/front main, but I'm sure you have a solution.
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    Yeah all the exhaust pipes are being ceramic coated

    Steve
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