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Thread: Project: Silly Rolla ie V8 ae86

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    Quote Originally Posted by tosh View Post
    any clearence issues with your oil pan? how close is it to the ground? looks good keep it up.

    peace
    Will have to be careful with the oilpan as it hangs about an inch lower than the crossmember, may make some kind of protection for it still. Not necessarily a skid plate but some protective tubing etc

    steve
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    Woww!!
    This is rad, you are a pioneer. I'm sure after you do this more people will follow.
    I never thought there would be that much room for the exhaust!!!!! I have been thinking about this engine for a while too, for the mango as it needs tonnes of power now!
    Keep up the awsome work!!

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    drivers side Manifold completed (welds not cleaned up or ceramic coated yet tho)


    Its about as close as i could get to keeping the runner lengths roughly the same length but the dipstick has to travel between two of the runners so its not bad i guess. Took me approx 3 hours for this one header. It looks alot tighter fit than the pictures show i've got at least 1/2" clearance in all directions which should be plenty after its ceramic coated to keep the temps down.





    should have the other compelted by the weekend, then its packaging and finding all the donor GTS parts i need to make this sr5 driveable with a supra rear axle lol


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    Last edited by Steve Groenink; 07-21-2008 at 09:39 PM.
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    Wicked Steve! You doing all the welding yourself?
    Quote Originally Posted by Rokubes View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Boost View Post
    Wicked Steve! You doing all the welding yourself?
    yupp good ole' crappy tire 110v mig w/gas :-) may not be the prettiest welds but we all can't have TIG welders either lol penetration is what matters I can always clean up the welds with a flap wheel later on


    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    you dirty dog! done the one header already and on to the next, looks good! i like the new tranny mount as well! the wife is never gonna see you at all this summer isn't she?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dano View Post
    you dirty dog! done the one header already and on to the next, looks good! i like the new tranny mount as well! the wife is never gonna see you at all this summer isn't she?
    the "family time" reserve is pretty stocked up from june so i'm good for a little while yet lol


    Steve
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    MOAR POWER!

    I wonder what crazy swap you'll come up with next?

    K20 MR-S? I think they are legal now...

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    header looks sweet Steve! How much $$ did that run you for materials and where'd you get them sourced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Special K View Post
    header looks sweet Steve! How much $$ did that run you for materials and where'd you get them sourced?
    waterjet flanges were about $190
    1.5" U&J bends were about $160
    collectors were about $60

    so all-in-all about $410 to build both headers, they're not pretty but they will do quite nicely :-)


    Steve
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    how much did u buy ur crappy tire mig welder for?
    "When you feel like you're going to sh!t yourself, that when you know you're doing it right"
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike-nametaken View Post
    how much did u buy ur crappy tire mig welder for?
    IIRC it was $599welder+$175regulator+$150bottle+$100gas


    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    that's awesome, keep it up.

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    Looking great Steve. Hey you might want to check out this dudes 1uz build....

    http://forums.celicasupra.com/showth...t=39792&page=5

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    dude, ur a ****ing savage
    lolwut

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    this is why no-one makes a drop in header kit for this engine into a corolla, different packaging concerns on each side of the car


    mounts all done up


    firewall sealed and rockerguarded


    inside view of the widened trans tunnel


    clears a stock hood


    about 4" of clearance behind the engine for heater hoses etc etc


    in the mounts for the last time



    Supra Axle in and plumbed completely, brakes etc etc



    stay tuned
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    car is looking good steve, cant wait to see this ripping around town!

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    Whoa. Brilliant!
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    This rocks! Way better engine than the Sr20! (SR20 = pickles)
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    make it run stock this year, but i expect itb's on that bitch by next summer

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