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Thread: Project: Silly Rolla ie V8 ae86

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    wow this thing looks awsome, got it done pretty damn fast, you didnt even sell the levin yet... or did you? well its time to pass the cigars around, an new V8 beast has been born

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    a conversation around steves house..

    guy - 'so.. dude.. what did you do last weekend?'

    steve - ' eh.. I was bored.. so I took some whacko freakin motor that I had lying around and stuffed it into a corolla.. '

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    still waiting on the video

    its all a dogs breakfast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    bluff called!
    Here's to not having another 'HeatBloom' in this project.... (you have nice fuse on batt now, right?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    example of wire sleeving for the fuel pump




    Steve
    Very nice stuff, where'd you get that stuff? Clean!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old 'Rollas View Post
    Here's to not having another 'HeatBloom' in this project.... (you have nice fuse on batt now, right?)



    Very nice stuff, where'd you get that stuff? Clean!
    rpelectronics.com in burnaby, 2 day shipping was nice too!

    yeah ALL the wiring is done up nice and tidy like, no electrical gremlins in this one!

    steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    picture of the 1uzfe->ae86 adapter harness this is the interface between the chassis harness and the engine harness, normally on an ae86 this is in the engine bay on the firewall. its been re-routed inside for cleanliness





    proof that it drives, 87 octane booyah!




    Dan taking pics to prove that i do actually do all my own work and not farm it out to others lol



    no burnout vids till i get rid of the hakkapelita Q's, although it does 3rd and 4th gear rubber on the Q's lol


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    theres some slag in your soda

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenie View Post
    theres some slag in your soda
    LOL.

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    yeah i like rpelectronics, I got a bunch of my stuff there, but I had to get my fluke meters from ebay....sooo much cheaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp86 View Post
    yeah i like rpelectronics, I got a bunch of my stuff there, but I had to get my fluke meters from ebay....sooo much cheaper.
    my job is great for that, my fluke was just a part number and it showed up in a case and everything, no cost to me! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    proof that it drives, 87 octane booyah!
    Holy Sleeper, If i didnt know you did this build and i saw this in a parkinglot, id think about takeing it with my Tercel, only to be smoked by a V8 hahah , untill you start it and drive it poeple have no clue, For now anyways

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    Hi, your name is Steve and you've killed it again. Chloroform anybody?

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    y pipe and a stock cat back = total sleeper. put in some electric header dumps and open 'em when some punk in a mustang tries to race you... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old 'Rollas View Post
    y pipe and a stock cat back = total sleeper. put in some electric header dumps and open 'em when some punk in a mustang tries to race you... lol
    nah i've got straight duals dumping just ahead of the rear axle assy, when money permits i'll be dropping it off for a nice clean custom over axle dual setup

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    looks like the same gas station i neil and i met up with you at... many years ago...
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    Car looks good, I spy gts seats.

    Keep the sr5 badge on the trunk?
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    bodywork will be next year

    well;
    -thing is a monster off the line, i love it
    -used w58 is a pos, i don't love it


    need to get a warranty replacement transmission next week and swap it in :-(


    booo!

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    Where do you get warranty replacement W58?? How much are they>>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old 'Rollas View Post
    Where do you get warranty replacement W58?? How much are they>>

    bought it from a wreckers and told them what i was doing and he said to call him if there was any problem even if it took me 6motnhs to get it in and running, really good guys

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    the thing is a beast your my hero!
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