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Thread: Project: Silly Rolla ie V8 ae86

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    I thought the endless fitment threads were only found at zT.net
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    Fitment is too important to ignore in any thread.
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    plus 8 Steve don't over exaggerate! :P 9 on Sunday.either way....hahaha it is going to be hella nice out and i am excited to see this thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daver903 View Post
    plus 8 Steve don't over exaggerate! :P 9 on Sunday.either way....hahaha it is going to be hella nice out and i am excited to see this thing!

    bastards! they lied tooooo it said +16 for saturday yesterday :-(


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    Wow you can afford 2 kids, a house with wood floors and new Work wheels. You must be Bill Gates. I can hardly afford one dog, a house with dirt floors and diamonds (wheels not ice) I can't wait to get down south to see this car in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreworld View Post
    You must be Bill Gates.
    LOL
    You're close...
    Something to do with IBM iirc. Steve is a PC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by coreworld View Post
    Wow you can afford 2 kids, a house with wood floors and new Work wheels. You must be Bill Gates. I can hardly afford one dog, a house with dirt floors and diamonds (wheels not ice) I can't wait to get down south to see this car in person.
    haha don't forget two kids and an ex-wife lol

    devin's right i'm a service tech for IBM, i dont make that much money just dont have alot of other bad habits that eat through my money lol

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    Yeah corollas are a bad habit. If you had more than a a corolla as a bad habit you would have to sell your kids or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Houck View Post
    Yeah corollas are a bad habit. If you had more than a a corolla as a bad habit you would have to sell your kids or something.
    yeah pretty much.


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    finally a nice day out

    still tons of work to do but at least i got to take it out for a spin :-)


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    lookin good, but needs moar fitment!
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    Oh hell yes.

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    Steve I have to tell you I thought you were nuts starting with that rusty pos,but the end results sure are pretty.

    My hats off to you good sir.

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    Looks good. You should install some spacers and slam it to the ground and then take pictures just so us low/fitment nazis don't feel slighted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mot_bot View Post
    lookin good, but needs moar fitment!
    yeah I'm aware of the fitment, there is a real reason for it. I'm only running 15x8/9 0offset and the azenis. I wanted a car that was as easy to drive as possible for long distances and running big offset on the front of a rolla requires a ton of caster which in turn kills the scrub radius and drastically increases steering effort. If i was building a straight track car again i'd have thrown some -25 9/10's on there and call it a day, this way if i want i can add spacers down the road.

    i may add some 15-25mm spacers later on down the road once everything settles and i can experiment to find the best compromise between functionality and fitment
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by max attack View Post
    Steve I have to tell you I thought you were nuts starting with that rusty pos,but the end results sure are pretty.

    My hats off to you good sir.
    thanks, anything can be saved with enough time, skill, determination, and MONEY lol


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    Looks sick Steve! I wish my car looked that good.
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    Is 20 pounds for the weight like 30 if a guy lifts?

    No gym for home, work out floor with 30, but is it for 20 like 30 lb when you no lift it to be for men, for 30 lbs instead? or half is 10 for 20 pounds?

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    That barely qualifies as a Corolla anymore...that is a very special car you've built.

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    Looks good.

    I can't believe Tim would let the tires out the door with the '614" still on them

    I couldn't stand to build a wheel/tire and not make it 100%
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