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Thread: Project Silly Celica.....*it runs, vid page11*

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    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    shiny!
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    i really love big brakes.... what size rims you have to run for those?

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    the new brake setup really makes your suspension look like feces. Any plans for suspension?
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    as of today



    tried on some wheels



    some camber plates and a mild pull and these'll be perfect



    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    how many of these engines do you have... lol

    1 on stand
    1 in celica
    1 in corolla?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPS13Dorifto View Post
    how many of these engines do you have... lol

    1 on stand
    1 in celica
    1 in corolla?
    and 1 in a crown half-cut

    lol

    steve
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    thats so sick
    lovin the wheel set up
    its like a modern muscle car
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    later model fenders have more of a flare if that interests you at all, instead of stretching yours.

    but then the front wont match the back.

    pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76RA24 View Post
    later model fenders have more of a flare if that interests you at all, instead of stretching yours.

    but then the front wont match the back.

    pete
    Nah I know where there is a fender roller here in town lol I've got another set of yellow 73 fenders that are rust free but need some metal work anyways

    Steve
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    hehe i cause trouble in your thread on 1stgen

    stupid fancy huge wheels

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    Steve, if you havent rolled your fenders yet and still need a roller, i have one that you can use for a couple bucks, or a big mac.

    We as our us.

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    hurry up so we can drive this thing already!!!
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    "The Miata will get some compliments along with some ?hairdresser? comments and odd looks from the average public, enthusiasts are never really sure if you are a stance guy, a drifter, or a homosexual"
    BUILD THREAD!!!
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    Holy crap I just saw this on lextreme....looking good! Im guessing its not done??

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    nope not yet, the very sub-zero temps out here have prompted a lack of motivation lol
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    xx
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    I fitted 300zx brakes on corolla and my 15s wouldnt fit for ****. You may also have this problem.
    I am your 4ajesus

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    nope not yet, the very sub-zero temps out here have prompted a lack of motivation lol
    I hear ya steve at least your garadge is heated...lol, but git a hold of me when you are gonna roll your lips and ill slide the roller to ya no prob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanMcCallum View Post
    I hear ya steve at least your garadge is heated...lol, but git a hold of me when you are gonna roll your lips and ill slide the roller to ya no prob.
    as of a month ago it is not heated lol
    Quote Originally Posted by 4age
    "The Miata will get some compliments along with some ?hairdresser? comments and odd looks from the average public, enthusiasts are never really sure if you are a stance guy, a drifter, or a homosexual"
    BUILD THREAD!!!
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    finally some progress

    Built a skeleton for the fuel cell



    picked up some 15x8 -19 5x114.3 wheels off ebay for $80each+shipping






    Mounted the fuel cell in the car





    1989 2wd rear axle shortened 5" total, truck axle width is 56" and stock celica is 53" new total width is 51" which means my 15x8 -19 wheels fit similar to a 15x8 0offset. Have not mounted the panhard mount or the spring mounts as i'm waiting for my Megan Coilovers to show up to see the difference in rear spring diameter between the ae86 and ra21 stuff, and T3 panhard rod to make sure i get the mount centered correctly


    shortened and re-splined axles


    rear brakes will be
    -11.3" Mustang SVO vented rear rotors
    -85 cadillac seville rear brake calipers w/ebrake
    -custom caliper mounts


    Already ordered and currently in transit

    -Megan ae86 coilovers
    -T3 RCA's
    -T3 Panhard rod
    -T3 Traction brackets
    -Used Megan 4-links
    -OEM toyota fender mirrors
    -All new rubber seals and weatherstripping for the entire car (already have some)
    -TRD Duckbill front spoiler

    This should round out all the mechanical parts I needed

    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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