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  1. #1861
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    fuck me clean yo room
    New Forum.
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    New badass motherfucker who won't take no shit from no one!

  2. #1862
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    Just to make that clearer johl just realized I dident really answer your question
    Speed alliance don't stock the wheels he is a dealer for work, so you order them through him. Prices will vary depending on what size you order
    I got in contact with him and he put allot of effort into helping me chose the right specs
    He then orders them from japan

    If you go on the work website they have charts for all the sizes and offsets available
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  3. #1863
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    Ha ha lazy I love it

    Now less hording more building!!!
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  4. #1864
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim.duncan
    Ha ha lazy I love it

    Now less hording more building!!!
    meh...

    dropped more coin today...oh well

    -genuine trd wrist bands (fluid covers) x 3
    -greddy thermostatic sandwich plate (non re locator type)
    -trd oil filters x 2
    -ledwith racing manual tensioner x 3
    -ledwith racing crank postition sensor bracket
    -ledwith racing crank postition sensor trigger wheel
    -omex crank position sensor

    still waiting on
    -toda upgraded oil pump gears

    engine is nearing completion stage...ke70 is basically finished...one day, bodywork/fabrication might start :?

    garth might finish his car one day also
    'Lazy
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  5. #1865
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    Why not just use the Toyota cas?
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    been considering the trigger wheel option for abit...solely for the same reason as daim (green 4agte ke70)...

    once the motor is in and hard against the firewall, the motor will have to come back out to sort out any CAS issues...

    with the 6 speed attached this isnt a straight forward slide gearbox off task...the whole engine/gearbox needs to come back out...more so reducing extra work/problem solving...

    Daims Setup



    may or may not use it...was just the opportunity to grab it while i was already grabbing the tensioners from ledwith racing...and to spend more $$$

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  7. #1867
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    i might have to do somthing like that when i go dry sump as the cas is mounted on the sump on beams :S
    Clay.

    you are now aware of your own breathing and must do it manually

  8. #1868
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    Less speeding money MOAR driving!!!!
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    kind of but not really clay. There needs to be some modification to help the sealing on the fraser sumps at least, BUT its very easily done and allows for the normal everyday cas to be used.

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    Just spent an hour trying to put my steering rack back in with super pro rack bushes. Fail. Just could not get it in. It's hard enough putting the driver side mount on but with new bushes it's almost impossible. Then spent the next hour setting up my new engine crane. 4a goes to its new owner tomorrow. Yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat
    kind of but not really clay. There needs to be some modification to help the sealing on the fraser sumps at least, BUT its very easily done and allows for the normal everyday cas to be used.
    ah ok, glenn made it sound alittle more complicated than that.

    i'll most likely just use the standed ally sump with a plate instead of the steel pan.

    another question while i've got your attention, would the standed beams oil pump suffice as as the high pressure pump still with a standed motor? or would i need to go the whole 3/2 stage dry sump kit with high pressure stage?
    Clay.

    you are now aware of your own breathing and must do it manually

  12. #1872
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    ill chime in dont really know much about dry sumps

    but at a guess you will be pumping oil back to a tank so the stock pump wont be good enough

    more skids before dry sump!!!
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  13. #1873
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    IS AJPS Still doing business?

    Send few emails and rang couple of time on landline and mobile no answer.............

  14. #1874
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    should be. he might have a new mob no. due to losing it awhile back.

    tim i think your talking about the scavenge pump. i will need a second pump to feed the resivoir. but will the beams oil pump be ballsy enough to put the oil 1.5m from the resivoir.
    Clay.

    you are now aware of your own breathing and must do it manually

  15. #1875
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    Quote Originally Posted by johl
    Just spent an hour trying to put my steering rack back in with super pro rack bushes. Fail. Just could not get it in. It's hard enough putting the driver side mount on but with new bushes it's almost impossible. Then spent the next hour setting up my new engine crane. 4a goes to its new owner tomorrow. Yay!
    protip dude: get a screw/G clamp and clamp down the bracket and then wind your bolt back in and tighten it up. release clamp, job done.


    learnt that one the hard way...
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    yeh that used to work with the old bush but not with these new poly ones. the driver side mount which is the shit one just slides out of that slot it has to sit under when i tighten the g clamp. fuck!

  17. #1877
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    long bolt
    Clay.

    you are now aware of your own breathing and must do it manually

  18. #1878
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    i never even thought of that.... its so crazy it might just work.

    how's the datsun?

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    yep they're impossable without a longer bolt. i couldn't even get it with no motor in.

    datsuns driving me round atm. motor should be paid off as soon as the daihatsu sells now. then i wait and see how much the other shits worth. im hoping to get everythink for another 5k.

    thinking about a wide body too... will be more subtile than flares.
    Clay.

    you are now aware of your own breathing and must do it manually

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    When did Ebay turn into such greedy c#nts? $$ for photos etc & now an invoice for using the service, look legit as its through ebay?

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