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Posted 05 June 2009 - 11:48 AM
My project car is a 1984 NZ New AE86 Levin, i've had it since Jan 07. I'm slowly collecting the missing parts and tidying it up.
Had it dyno'd a while back, the old motor made 151hp (113kw) atw's, my new motor made just on 185hp (137kw) atw's
Blue line is new motor, Red line is the old motor.
Blue top big port head (ported + polished + 3 angle valve grind)
Adjustable cam gears
TRD Group A valve springs
365cc 4agze injectors
Small port red top block
Silver top 20V crank/con rods
Wiseco forged/coated pistons (around 12.5 : 1 comp ratio)
Silver top 20V ITB's on Techno toy tuning manifold
4 - 1 headers, 2 1/4 inch under diff exhaust
Super mega extra external oil drains of tumekeness
Posted 05 June 2009 - 12:19 PM
(I'd just like to point out that the duvet under the coilover's aint mine, is a random one I found laying about, and Im not sure what the stain's on it are??)
Crappy pics of car with new rims:
MORE random photo's:
Got the street fins and semi slicks for that 80's JDM race look (just need 1 foot more dish and TRD N2 flares)
Old and new struts
King stars, the King/stars of tyres.
Posted 05 June 2009 - 12:24 PM
To stop me flapping about on the track
To keep motor happy
Sorting out whats gonna go where
Pointless speed holes
Fancy ass artistic picture of Cyclops Levin to finish.
Posted 05 June 2009 - 12:25 PM
Better fucking work, took ages to make. Be mean with partition in there. Only down side is that the induction roar is now quiet as, can hear what the exhaust sounds like/leaks sound like.
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Posted 28 August 2009 - 06:06 PM
Fuck rust is gay.
Posted 04 October 2009 - 10:34 AM
Good ol TRD 2 way LSD!!!
Will rebuild it with my 4.6 CW&P, new bearings and seals, slap it in, and yay! After the OS track day I realised how crazily huge the difference in handling is without a LSD, not only was powering out of corners wobbly/slippery and gay, but also when braking hard it was shit loads more unstable. Also did a Gymkhana in it and it sucked, couldnt get the rear sliding, and booting it just made it understeer like a slut. So LSD = Good.
Posted 06 June 2011 - 07:48 PM
It not longer has rust here,
And it never had rust here, but this section has been replaced after a crash, and was a #%@* of a %$#@$ whore's %*#@ goat, to get back to the rite shape.
I hope to make good progress on this in the coming months, as I now have the $$ to have it painted, due to selling my motorbike. But I am a lazy cunt, so who knows.
Posted 22 September 2011 - 10:13 AM
And being in a silly mood, I order 15x9's all round
Will be interesting to see if I can fit them under the factory guards, lols, from my measurements they will stick out 1/2 an inch from the outside of the guards all round.
Tyre stretch legallities are the only thing that worry me now, as I will most likely have to run 205's, and the minimum for a 9 is like a 235? But i've not heard of anyone having problems with this yet?
Posted 26 September 2011 - 08:48 PM
Tried them on the 86, and they fit fucking acely (will check again once I get a tyre on one, but am 99.99% sure they will be sweet) can go full lock without them getting close to anything, and thanks to the 7mm spacers on the front (to clear the brakes) they clear the struts by a good 10mm. The outside of the rim sits about 12mm from the outside of the guard as I concluded they would, so with a touch of stretch/a tiny bit more guard rolling they should be sweet as a button.
So basically i'm very happy with my cheap ass wheels!
Due to my tiny shed, heres some crappy, fairly pointless pictures,
Posted 26 November 2011 - 01:05 PM
The tyres/rims also seem to fit the car perfectly, I dont think i'll have to flare the arches at all. I just have to cut the seam in the back of the front arches off, and weld it up, as the tyres hit near full lock.
Just a wee bit lower (backs sitting high due to being stripped), and i'll be happy as, looks just how I wanted it too!
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 09:47 PM
^ Hard to see, but theres a pretty big run there.
^ The chips dont look bad, but they stick out like dogs balls IRL, and they are in the drivers opening (but can be seen when the doors shut) so will see them everytime I get in it.
Anyone have any advice on what I should do? I may just tell them im not happy with the run and chips and see what they say? They are pretty good guys, and did give me $500 off for all the fucking about, but still, unsure I want to put up with the boo boos for another 10 years/untill it rusts again.
Posted 04 March 2013 - 11:43 AM
Now, to scrub the near on four years worth of shed scum off every single interior and exterior piece, and re-ass-emble.
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Posted 07 May 2013 - 04:25 PM
So, aint touched this since I got it back from the painter (apart from painting fuel tank) but slapped all the things needed to make it run back on yesterday, and after a four year nap, its running again! Even drove it up the drive and back! Wooooooo!
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