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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoQuinn View Post
    **** I hate improper panda jobs. WHO doesn't research before painting?!?!?! ARGH

    Car looks nice otherwise Matt, but I might splash you with a bucket of paint, mid drift at the next event just to cover the failpanda.


    Says the guy in the hoopty lookin wagon? Not allowed to speak negatively on someones paint work unless you have better lol

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    loving the lime green man props!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    Says the guy in the hoopty lookin wagon? Not allowed to speak negatively on someones pair work unless you have better lol

    Steve
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    wat, that doesn't make sense. for one Matt didn't paint the car, for second, my car was never repainted to begin with. and 3rd, it's the internet.

    I still hate incorrect panda jobs, and always will. HATE.

    edit: have you seen my hot brown?
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    Its ok to hate bad panda paint jobs, but what with the color on the roll bar and motor, I doubt it will be pandafail for long.

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    ya,i havent nailed down the paint yet-it will come!! but i gotta find somethin i like and that contrasts with the green.
    open to ideas, im thinkin of just makin it simple and goin a pearlish white.......idk...

    greddy rocker arm stoppers installed


    not sure if any of you sr86 guys did this or had this problem, but when i mocked up the k member to the motor the steering shaft just rubbed the turbo oil drain outlet.i didnt feel very comfortable about this so i chopped the turbo piece and rotated it 90 degrees -ish rewelded it then chopped the bung on the block and gave it a tilt to line-up a bit better.





    random picture!one of my favs!

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    white goes good with errrrrrrthing very well!

    awesome looking project!

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    white with blue pearl.. with matching white powdercoated wheels

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    White pearl sounds classy.

    The colors that complement that green are going to be very fruity. Tropical Skittles anyone?


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    white is lame, go with something that will catch the crowds eye

    something bright, offensive, flashy

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    That frame pull is amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugwillis View Post
    white is lame, go with something that will catch the crowds eye

    something bright, offensive, flashy

    just for you Dugwillis. hey matt paint it poo with a hint of nuts
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    paint it flourescent beige

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbergerud View Post
    paint it flourescent beige
    He mean's orange
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    Who's wagon? Beacon hill park no?
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    it's pretty sweet
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    booo rocker arm stoppers.

    looks good matt. i had to change the oil drain as well. i bought a fitting from princess auto for it though

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    i hated that drain, caused me so many issues lol IIRC there was a couple unused bolt bosses i shaved off the block too in that area

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    Chris,steve-
    thanks , that makes me feel a bit better.
    Did either of you run RAS'?ive been told by a few its a bandaid fix, but almost a necessity.

    plopped the engine in last week to give me an idea of what can go where and the IC piping.
    waiting on 2 vibrant couplings to finnish the piping.a 45 to go from the turb outlet>2.5 piping and the other is a 90 from the 2.5 piping > TB





    so when i had originally prepped the interior for painting i cut the shifter hole thinking i was in the ball park.boy was i wrong,found out i had to cut right to the end of the bulkhead, i was like 5 inches short(thats what she said)meaning shortening of the ebrake handle and all that stuff.
    hydro ebrake definitely in the plans although i never initiate that way-money is scarce in this garage so like a few other things,it'll come next.
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    i had to make room for the god damn external wastegate setup.it must be just my mentality but i dont like cutting up the body,not to mention right below the strut tower.i could have used a hammer but "massaging" would be an optimistic way of putting the modification needed to make it fit.out comes the welder to make a cover in the wheel well. Also the placement of this means the proportioning valve needs to be moved or changed. so i went a bought i a "tee" and a union fitting for the front and rear lines.can anyone enlighten me as to how my brake bias may or maynot be affected now?
    i've heard these oem ones makes very minor adjustments and only under very hard braking.
    when the hyrdo brake goes in there will be a willwood inline proportioning valve installed but thats not going to make up the front>rear bias right?,it will only limit the fluid going to the rears no??...anyway the car will still stop better than stock....for now.my only concern for this would be on track days at mission,particularily diving into turn 1.



    did a rough layout of the harness that was done by BMX269/Greenie,thanks guys!
    but am a bit confused on a couple of plugs, VVV where the hell does this go,lol?


    starter signal wire?


    3 wire plug right near the TPS??


    up to the shop i go to pull the motor again and weld up the engine bay.

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    before you finalize your intercooler piping don't forget to mount your headlights to make sure you have full movement....

    Steve
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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