CXGPWR's 1985 Toyota Trueno Lissé Spec
Posted 14 August 2011 - 04:26 PM
I got this a while back for cheap, a Grandma Spec AE85 Notch Back, unmolested, straight, no rust, Standard As
Plans are to put a 4AGE 20v, T50 in it to start with. The 3A-U Automatic is a bit too much grandma spec for me. Then accumulate some more bits to do rear diff, suspension, and wheels(Borrowed ones at the moment)
Discussion :-CXGPWR's 1985 Toyota Trueno Lissé Spec
Pics (With Borrowed Wheels and bits so far)
Get Rid Of This :-
4AGE 20v Head
A Couple of Volvo External EFI Fuel pumps and filters
Posted 15 August 2011 - 09:17 PM
The clutch pedal i got as a trial is from an aw11, it will work but it is offset bolts through the firewall which could be a problem so off to pick a part Tomorrow to have look and see if i can get one that has vertical bolts, makes it so much easier and quite probabily stronger also.
Posted 22 August 2011 - 08:08 PM
I have a 4age 20v sitting in bits, some ae101 high comp S/C pistons, a 7a bottom end. Im tossing up weather or not to build the 7a with 20v head, or 4age up. Decisions decisions decisions,
Please suggest what i should do???
Posted 23 August 2011 - 09:36 PM
Clutch fork is fucked
starter motor will need to be spaced back a bit
Need to cut the floor to allow for manual shifter
also seems to me that the throw for the release bearing is not enough or what it should be, maybe later in the week ill get some more motovation and pull the t50 out again
Ill get there
Anyone got a clutch fork for t50?
Posted 25 September 2011 - 10:57 PM
I decided to mash a concentric slave cylinder in the t50 bell, reduce all the bits i was lacking like the fork, release bearing carrier and release bearing. So i went to pick a part, found one and after removing the box i had a factory concentric slave cylinder which cost me a whopping $10!
Did some machining and modifing and wham! Job done!
Also using flexable lines, couldnt be bothered with ugly bundy tubes, flares and all that shit. Also made the bleeder remote so no need to crawl under the car to blead the clutch!
Now it can chirp a wheel without much effort at all.
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