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  1. #141
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbskee View Post
    I think the 17s look good, but will be easier to tell once we get full car pics with them on. Did you get those wheels off joel(platform garage)??
    ya, me too. it was difficult to wrap my head around the first good pics i saw of 17's on an ae in chromedragons build but,i'm warmed up to it.ya, i borrowed 1 from platform.

    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    I will post a picture of what happened to mine.
    yes please! im curious to see where it failed.

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    car looks awesome matt! are you bringing it to the next practice? can't wait to see it again

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    What overs are those?
    Quote Originally Posted by Rastaracer View Post
    Ah yes, the elusive Mr. Watson returns to the old school Toyota forum...with a Datsun.

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    Wow Matt, Looks great. Love the SR86's that BC has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihateusernames View Post
    car looks awesome matt! are you bringing it to the next practice? can't wait to see it again
    thanks, for sure bringing it.

    Quote Originally Posted by rywats View Post
    What overs are those?
    D-max, no idea what style.

    Quote Originally Posted by bmx269 View Post
    Wow Matt, Looks great. Love the SR86's that BC has.

    -Trent
    thanks Trent! its gettin there.....

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    Did you get that drain on the block fixed? I did it with a 45? 1/2 NPT -> -8AN for oil drain. Then a fitting on the turbo, then AN line for the line, wrapped in heat sleeve.
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    Maybe an extension would make me like my hydro e-brake...but I must admit, I hardly ever use it, although there are times when it could come in handy.

    I love rivnuts, that's how my sideskirts are held on, and my rear firewall/package shelf too. Like you mentioned, makes them removable without a drill.

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    Does your k sport not work well rasta?
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    It just takes a lot of effort...too much afaic. I remember the AE86 cable e-brake when it worked well, easy to yank and would lock solid everytime.

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    sweeeeeeeeeet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastaracer View Post
    It just takes a lot of effort...too much afaic. I remember the AE86 cable e-brake when it worked well, easy to yank and would lock solid everytime.
    Mine takes not much effort to lock the wheels at 120k. check the pads, reg raybestos are better then performance pads for ebraking.

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    God damnit, I just realized your interior colour sceme is the same as what I planned. shiiiaaatttt
    Quote Originally Posted by Rastaracer View Post
    Ah yes, the elusive Mr. Watson returns to the old school Toyota forum...with a Datsun.

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    trent also has supra rear brakes. mine worked much better with a .625 bore RMC

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmx269 View Post
    Did you get that drain on the block fixed? I did it with a 45? 1/2 NPT -> -8AN for oil drain. Then a fitting on the turbo, then AN line for the line, wrapped in heat sleeve.
    oh man, what a pain in the ass that thing has been. after realizing my 1st setup just wasnt going to work, i went and got a 1/2" 45 deg.NPT fitting, but the supplier only had 1 style that ended up being to tall creating the same problem again.so i ended up getting a 1/2" 90 deg. fitting into the block, retaining the modded turbo fitting, then went to lordco and searched through their 5/8 pre-form heater hose collection and found the excact bend i needed then covered it in that cheezy stainless steel sheathing, to give it some thermal protection??
    ill post pics tonite. it turned out fine but im unsure of the compound of heater hose rubber when exposed to the engine oil.any ideas??

    Quote Originally Posted by greenie View Post
    trent also has supra rear brakes. mine worked much better with a .625 bore RMC
    this is good to know.if you upgraded to a .625 MC then what were you using before?
    how were the ae86 brakes in the rear for lock up?
    i notice wilwood makes a .625 and .750.
    the larger the bore would make for an easier handbrake application no?

    i ended up chasing down the hydro brake setup ive had my eye on for sometime now.
    ill post some pics in a bit.

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    thanks dugan!




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    i believe they came with .750. master cylinder bore isnt bigger = better.

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    Smaller bore gives you more leverage, but also a longer pull to move the same amount of fluid.
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    You never cease to impress. This whole build is brilliant! You comin out for this months track adventure?
    Im flame broiling in my pants

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    .625 bro

    i think??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    Smaller bore gives you more leverage, but also a longer pull to move the same amount of fluid.
    smaller bore doesnt give any leverage benefit, changing your pivot point on the lever gives you more leverage. Sizing the master bore size to give proper proportioning to the size of the caliper bore is whats required. Its all about fluid volume.

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