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Thread: Project: Silly Rolla ie V8 ae86

  1. #121
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    I saw a 1u swapped mkIII supra the other night but this is just way cooler. I gotta do somethin V8 in my car. I wish toyota made a 3litre V8, 300+ hp is little too much for my wants and needs.

  2. #122
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    Looks wicked!

    Clean your garage!
    SpeedHero

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  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoQuinn View Post
    Looks wicked!

    Clean your garage!
    hahah long overdue, its usually fairly clean but i keep throwing out corolla parts i think i dont need only to need them the next day on this project lol


    steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


  4. #124
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    Hmm, I must give my congrats, this looks pretty cool.
    You will enjoy the 1UZ, I found it pretty cool even when saddled by 3800 lb
    RS Fujimoto JZA70

  5. #125
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post

    I see we have similar tastes in tires. Good show!

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  6. #126
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    Heard this thing started up today..

    All i can say is H-O-L-Y F-U-C-K!!! Sounds soooo bad ass, i have never heard a 1UZ like this. It's going to haul and be insane with the parts to come!
    Chris K

  7. #127
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    Pray for videos soon....I REALLY want to see this thing moving soon.

  8. #128
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    someone needs to buy levin before this thing really gets thrashed on, need money lol

    steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


  9. #129
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    The sound of this engine haunts my dreams. It is wild.

    CK
    Tucking tire is fukking fire.

  10. #130
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay_Mak View Post
    You're like the Jesus of the corolla world, performing miracles and walking on water.


    wait.. doesn't he die in the end?

    Brett
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    Quote Originally Posted by Altezza Power View Post
    I see we have similar tastes in tires. Good show!

    how well do those braces actually work? noticable improvment in handleing?

  12. #132
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    cooling system done, exhaust done, waiting to finish wiring

    but....

    ...


    ...


    ...


    it MOVES! under its own power lol


    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by celica-fiend View Post
    wait.. doesn't he die in the end?

    Brett
    But... Jesus was resurrected... so he has no end.


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  14. #134
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    it MOVES! under its own power lol

    and where is the video?

    its all a dogs breakfast

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    Video! Can't wait to hear the roar...

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    haha


    a very productive day today.


    Done:
    1. Built a ghetto tastic dual cherry bomb exhaust then realized it was wayyyyy tooo looowwww lol, but i can at least drive it

    2. installed a complete kouki front end on it, fenders, hood, etc the works! its actually a complete car

    3. cooling system is done other than finding a smaller and easier to work with heater control valve for the coolant, lines are looped right now

    Left:
    1.rebuild exhaust again, 1" of clearance isnt enough LOL, have to move it inwards towards the trans tunnel for the extra clearance needed

    2. waiting for the wire sleeving to finish the wiring for good.

    3. havent decided on a final fuel pump yet, it has a GZE pump in it right now so that should be enough for some maiden voyage type driving but no serious trouncing on it until i decide that.

    4. DRIVE IT!!


    I'll get some pics up tommorow of what it looks like but its very close to looking finished

    steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


  17. #137
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    DaMN Steve shoot me a text when you are going to pull this thing out i wanna see this thing move and i shouldn't be busy at all!
    Chris K

  18. #138
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    Man, ur bluffin Steve.

    I saw this thing on tuesday, it was not together at all. There is no way its already almost driving.

    I call lol

    CK
    Tucking tire is fukking fire.

  19. #139
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    bluff called!





    example of wire sleeving for the fuel pump




    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


  20. #140
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    I am inspired...

    or maybe I'm embarrassed that my 20V swap has taken me so long.

    either way I'm going to work on it and I'm going to get that damn wiring done.

    your V8 swap is cleaner than my 20V swap. thats sad.

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