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Thread: SuperCharged 3.8L (L67) AE86

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    Icon14 SuperCharged 3.8L (L67) AE86

    So I haven't posted to a AE86 forum yet so I think its about time






























































































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    That fits surprisingly well. Any videos?

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    No videos yet but might have some this coming weekend if I can straiten out all the wiring, install the fuel tank and run the fuel lines and get my fuse/relay box finished and mount everything. Gunna pick up some starter wire tomorrow because I'm relocating the Battery to the trunk just for some weight distribution but also looking into a lithium battery/super capacitor set up just for the sakes of being so compact and costing as much as a heavy ass lead car battery. Oh and I also need to pick up engine oil, trans oil, diff oil.

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    By the way it is a T5 Transmission out of a Camaro 3.8L using a S10 bellhousing. Needed to change the bearing retainer to use a Howe Hydraulic throw out bearing

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    I like all of this a lot.

    Except for how greasy that damn V6 is!

    Nice work.
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    Very cool setup! Can't wait to see more pictures
    85 Toyota Corolla AE86 GTS Coupe
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    Quote Originally Posted by clay72 View Post
    I like all of this a lot.

    Except for how greasy that damn V6 is!

    Nice work.
    Yeah I really didnt go in and clean anything lol... Pulled it strait out of my 1997 Buick Regal and gave it a minor wash and then didnt even clean the valve covers. Ill do cleaning and painting next winter after I get this ish running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shalbot View Post
    Very cool setup! Can't wait to see more pictures
    Will post more as soon as I get some other things done. Its really close of being finished. Just gotta get this wiring sorted out and cleaned up. Will probably be another week or so to get this straitened out.

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