pbaines

PBaines 1977 Toyota Corolla KE30

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1 hour ago, ajg193 said:

Jebus that is coming out good.

 

Also you need to ditch those carbs.

 

What's wrong with the thirsty half worn out twin carbs?

 

1 hour ago, azzurro said:

How have i not seen this thread before?

Top work champ

 

Cheers champ!

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Car is looking sharp!

You really need to bite the bullet and fix that bonnet though, detracts from all the time and effort you've put into the rest of the panel job. 2c

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31 minutes ago, Bling said:

Car is looking sharp!

You really need to bite the bullet and fix that bonnet though, detracts from all the time and effort you've put into the rest of the panel job. 2c

Couldn't agree more. Just waiting to see if I can find a better one before I get amongst the effort of fixing this current one

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1 minute ago, kyteler said:

Don't suit the car? 

 

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they may, but not with the low profile tyres on them that's for sure.

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Hey mate any chance you could help me out getting some KE26 Monsoons like yours? It's a 2 door so just after the front door which should be the same as a KE25 coupe. Looks rad as so far man!

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On 27/12/2018 at 10:10, 79starlet said:

Hey mate any chance you could help me out getting some KE26 Monsoons like yours? It's a 2 door so just after the front door which should be the same as a KE25 coupe. Looks rad as so far man!

Potentially... it's hard to find for the two door KE20, KE25, KE26 but if i do some across some i will let you know

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Nicely done man, only thing I would suggest is ditching the poo Ram-flo air filter.

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On 24/08/2019 at 22:02, kyteler said:

Nicely done man, only thing I would suggest is ditching the poo Ram-flo air filter.

what's wrong with the trusty ramflo's? I haven't heard anything bad about them before, curious!

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1 hour ago, pbaines said:

what's wrong with the trusty ramflo's? I haven't heard anything bad about them before, curious!

They degrade and drop foam into the carb as well as filter poorly and if you have any afterfire issues they just melt really easily and become useless and a very real fire hazard. 

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