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sheepers RA23

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Hey sheepers!

I'm having same issues with clutch pedal using the original master off the w55 with my r154.

What master were you going to convert to?

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im using a wilwood short universal master cylinder.

i did have a 7/8 bore but it was way to heavy so i went to a 3/4 and its just right. the part number is 260 3372 from cardwells. 

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I've only got one thing to say. Pictures, no, videos of skids please.

Watch out for the po po.

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That's pretty shit. No claim on person/company who gave wrong details or just a faux paux that you have to life with?

 

Was looking forward to this laying down 400+ killer wasps

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to much torques 

nothing i can do about the shop that gave me the wrong info.

TBH 1 minute on google as a double check would have stopped this from happening but thems the breaks. 

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What a gigantic c**t.

Are the head and cams scrap metal?

Has it put shit through the rest of the motor?

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head and cams are fucked.

 

shit has gone into sump but i dunno how much the filter has taken out.

fuck knows. 

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There's a 2JZ powered crown at Zebra Onehunga (was there an hour ago) that still has its motor if the head is any good to you?

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yea cheers but my very expensive intake and exhaust manifolds won't bolt to a 2j head.

i need a 1j head to fix this. 

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There's a 2JZ powered crown at Zebra Onehunga (was there an hour ago) that still has its motor if the head is any good to you?

Minus the sump though ;)

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yea cheers but my very expensive intake and exhaust manifolds won't bolt to a 2j head.

i need a 1j head to fix this.

Would there be much advantage in going with a vvti head?

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i can't unfortunately.

intake and exhaust port spacing are unique to each iteration of JZ so i can't use anything but a non vvti 1JZ head. 

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