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blitzed_24/7
08-30-2006, 02:20 AM
*** PRICE REDUCTION!! GIVE THIS STUFF A GOOD HOME BEFORE EBAY GETS IT!!!***


Hay guys,

I picked up some wicked stuff and i thought i would share with DK before ebay. I offer 2 prices; one is for shipped (from japan) and the other is if you wait until the 15th of december for delivery. I am coming back to vancouver for xmas so i will just put it in my bag. I thought waiting might be good for guys who are doing winter builds.

EMS is the fastest delivery service from Japan. My past experience has shown about 1 week for packages to arrive.

All prices are OBO
Please, no low-ballers


For sale:

Toda flywheel for AE86

- Sold


Kouki Redlines for hatch

- Left, right, center, center lights, all nuts and bolts intact, pigtails and even the lights (cant guerantee they work though lol).

- Mint except for small crack on the inside of one of the signal pieces and a bit of a gouge on the center piece. Very tough to see from 4 feet away.

- Some white paint overspray (not a big deal but i didnt want to give any surprises). Easily removed with paint thinner.

$ 520 shipped via EMS -> *** NEW PRICE $470 SHIPPED
* Due to size, i cant carry this with me back to Vancouver.

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TRD LSD

- Don't know if zenki or kouki
- Don't know if 1, 1.5, 2, 69 way LSD
- Worked when pulled from car

$ 520 shipped via EMS *** NEW PRICE $450 SHIPPED


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Mystery (90% sure toda because it looks and weights exactly the same) flywheel for AE86

- This one has definatly felt the fury of the 4age, i reckon its still got many years left though.
- Very small surface cracks (removed with machining)
- Heat score on the back
- The friction surface is about 30mm across while the toda one is around 33mm. It appears that the toda one is wider than it needs to be because the inside ~3mm (of the toda) looks like its never been touched.
- 3.7kg

$ 330 shipped via EMS *** NEW PRICE $300 SHIPPED!
$ 300 delivery

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Please PM me if you are ready to buy. Include your name and address and i will send you payment info. I can only accept paypal.

Thanks

Trevor

86_jai
08-30-2006, 05:31 AM
you have PM in 2 min

ryuuha
08-30-2006, 10:08 AM
wow cheap LSD, if it was kouki, I'd jump on that.

honda_kill3r
08-30-2006, 11:23 AM
I want those Redlines. :(

SalEsh
08-30-2006, 06:33 PM
the toda flywheel... will that fit a black top?

if so its SOLD to me


Brandon

blitzed_24/7
08-30-2006, 06:49 PM
Any 4age flywheel with fit any 4age .The only thing you need to worry about is getting the corresponding pressure-plate. In this case, you would need the clutch kit from an AE86.

There is a sale pending of the toda, but you are in line if it falls through. Also, prices are "OBO" if you really would like it.

How about the other flywheel? Its cheaper and the same thing albeit well loved. Honestly, the toda will look like the 2nd flywheel after 2 months with your blacktop I'm sure!

Oh, and good morning everyone!

blitzed_24/7
09-01-2006, 01:19 AM
blitzed_24/7 got a new job today so price reduction celebrations!

blitzed_24/7
09-02-2006, 08:03 PM
no interest in the redlines?

bunnta
09-02-2006, 11:37 PM
i'd take them if they arent sold by oct :D...and once i start picking up all my parts from few dk members once im back in van

koolmoe
09-03-2006, 07:45 AM
sorry, off topic, but may I inquire as to what you are doing for employment in Japan? And also, is Japan as great as my wildest dreams??? Maybe start another thread in off-topic.... sorry

blitzed_24/7
09-03-2006, 08:22 AM
nah, its cool, no need to start another thread

I am teaching business english to executives at one of japan's biggest banks. The idea is to later expand and the english they learn now will help them set up meetings, schedules, general conversation ect.

Japan is as good as your wildest dreams?

Well, japan is just like any other place in that it has its up and downs. I've travelled to almost every major city to the south and i found that the furthur south one goes, the more friendly people are.

Example: Yesterday we went out because our buddy is moving to italy next week. We were in a bigger district of tokyo and i asked some girls who were passing by where i good bar was. They literally gave me the "go away" hand sign and walked off. The westerners were shocked but i knew this was normal for tokyo. After i finished yelling profanities at them, we found some other people but nobody helped either.

Tokyo is busy and unfriendly for the most part. Most japanese living here would agree with me as well.


The south however is a much different story. I've had people go out of there way to make sure i got the right bus, train ect. I've had people I'd just met give me gifts and stuff. I've had bartenders take me for a day at the beach the day after getting pissed. They picked up me and a buddy up in a GS400, bought lunch, beer, brought girls ect.

I'm in tokyo because of needing to fund my next travel trip. This is the trap of japan, most many people have to move to tokyo for work because the opportunity isnt there in other major cities.

I hope to leave here in december, go home for xmas, then return to Fukuoka in the southern island of Kyuushu. I have a tough time understanding their japanese, (think english vs alabama accent sort of thing) but i had a great time while i was there before.

BTW Hiroshima is a beautiful and vibrant city. I'd go back in a second. They have peace memorials and stuff all over the place.

Anyways, if you'd like more info just lemme know.

and.................bump

aarons13
09-03-2006, 11:17 AM
I hope to leave here in december, go home for xmas, then return to Fukuoka in the southern island of Kyuushu. I have a tough time understanding their japanese, (think english vs alabama accent sort of thing) but i had a great time while i was there before.



Tenjin in Fukuoka is great. Great shopping. I was on Kyuushu in July (Beppu, Oita, Kumamoto, Nagasaki and Fukuoka) and everywhere I went people were more then happy to help out a clueless white guy from calgary. But the whole illusion of seeing amazing cars (re: Skylines etc) upon every corner was quickly dashed. Although, i did see a whole bunch of doneup Kei cars! Only saw 2 AE86's in the whole two weeks I was there. Looked in beautiful shape, but I couldn't tell as I was on the bus. Maybe Honshu island is different, but Kyuushu is beautiful, calm and friendly. Worth the trip.

Brian
09-03-2006, 11:20 AM
If anyone wants, I can check the fitment of the LSD... and do the installation as well.

FWIW, 8/10 used TRD diffs are zenki not kouki.

blitzed_24/7
09-03-2006, 08:21 PM
Update on the LSD

I found from the previous owner that it a zenki 2 way. Please note that I (Trevor) has not verified this.

Thanks,

Trev

blitzed_24/7
09-03-2006, 08:26 PM
Tenjin in Fukuoka is great. Great shopping. I was on Kyuushu in July (Beppu, Oita, Kumamoto, Nagasaki and Fukuoka) and everywhere I went people were more then happy to help out a clueless white guy from calgary. But the whole illusion of seeing amazing cars (re: Skylines etc) upon every corner was quickly dashed. Although, i did see a whole bunch of doneup Kei cars! Only saw 2 AE86's in the whole two weeks I was there. Looked in beautiful shape, but I couldn't tell as I was on the bus. Maybe Honshu island is different, but Kyuushu is beautiful, calm and friendly. Worth the trip.

Yeah, its great there. I went to Miyazaki with a buddy and the 5 hour train ride looked like parts of south america ive been to. Huge, lush green forests forever. It'll be nice to get out of the concrete jungle i think.

I'd love to hit okinawa for a week or two....

blitzed_24/7
09-03-2006, 08:49 PM
I have to put this stuff on ebay in 24 hours.

blitzed_24/7
09-03-2006, 08:51 PM
i'd take them if they arent sold by oct :D...and once i start picking up all my parts from few dk members once im back in van

I'd be happy to send them to another DK'ers house for you to pick up.

Trev

1985trueno
09-03-2006, 09:34 PM
Supposedly Okinawa is where you find the girls coz it's like the cheapo Hawaii for them... :D

and if you want tuned cars it has to be out West @ Osaka city where they roll ..... well roll like Richmond. :roll The Western tuning scene is much more .... hade/派手 (can you say rice??) than out East where the tuner cars are hidden in the garages and most of them look semi-normal anyway.

Ever yet gone to Daikuro during the weekends?? Fifth gear captured their funky laser van parties thingamajig that happens after dark you should check it out. Just make sure you catch the train back....

blitzed_24/7
09-03-2006, 10:00 PM
hey pat

no, ive either had a girl over or been travelling so I haven't seen much car stuff. I was somewhat taking a break for awhile.

I think i'll check it out one day though, sounds allright.

I took some DK'ers to super autobacs in Oodaiba, we were there for hours lol. Think mopac, times 2 with only J stuff.

I met a guy fixing his levin on the road one day, we made plans to go driving but i went travelling instead so we never hooked up. He said that the mountiain driving they do is absolutlely retarded. the mountains in kanagawa (the south) are great for driving. like, BC hydro power station in POCO (DK knows that road lol) but for maybe an hour or so

I want to bring a levin over and rock it.... my 86 is too broken :(