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Author Topic: JZ S12 BUILD, RIP 2012  (Read 277421 times)

Offline David B

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2000 on: 01:07:17 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
random recent snaps for ASD APPLICATION. just gonna link them this












« Last Edit: 03:11:06 AM / 16-Sep-11 by David B »


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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2001 on: 01:33:19 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
I'm eagerly anticipating your install of the rear 4-links.  Nice shots too!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2002 on: 01:58:41 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
every time I see an sr the more I want one lol also want to do a 2jz swap since a 1j fits can't be to much more work for a 2j

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2003 on: 06:38:03 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
lol. who says it fits? i cut a hella ton to get the motor back there. had to do alot of welding too


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Goddamn David you seriously are hard core man.
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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2004 on: 08:29:05 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
no shit, that firewall must be a masterwork of complete necessity lol

btw, how are you thinkin about doing the rear? I'm gonna attempt a subframe swap myself, just wondering what you action plan is like by comparison
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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2005 on: 06:27:19 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
my 2j fits fine in my s12


rebuild that shit.

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2006 on: 03:32:17 AM / 16-Sep-11 »
with a w58.. of course. mine is the r154 which is way bigger for the transmission tunnel. so i cut out the trans tunnel, and some of the fire wall to push the motor back farther then yours


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Goddamn David you seriously are hard core man.
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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

Offline Rustyet

Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2007 on: 10:42:44 PM / 16-Sep-11 »
yeah, i looked at your build thread enough times to know  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: i figured that was the x factor when doing all my measurements, the s12 trans tunnel is hella small, and so is my budget - r154s in nyc were 1400+ over twice what i payed for my s12. and dave, i am nowhere near gangster enough to cut n weld like you.  :sniffles:
rebuild that shit.

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2008 on: 01:47:23 AM / 27-Sep-11 »
id love 15's all around. but for now i run 17's in the rear due to tire options i get

or 17's all around but i need $$$ to convert the rest of the front to s13 to improve my caster and offset for rubbing and more angle

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skirts on
« Last Edit: 01:48:04 AM / 27-Sep-11 by David B »


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Goddamn David you seriously are hard core man.
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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2009 on: 03:32:17 AM / 27-Sep-11 »
David. Tub out the front, cut knuckles and have them welded by someone who knows what they are doing, and enjoy.

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2010 on: 04:12:02 AM / 27-Sep-11 »
i will. just i have alot of other things in the way


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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2011 on: 01:07:33 PM / 27-Sep-11 »
Is S13 front chassis stuff so expsenive ? Over here they're worthless as the S13 peeps rush to convert to S14 5-lug.

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2012 on: 02:52:29 PM / 28-Sep-11 »
Head west. 6 cyl s12 tandems.

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2013 on: 02:03:41 AM / 29-Sep-11 »
some day. when i can get a diesel


caged ca20e/ka24e/sr20det/ka24de/1jzgte SRA hatch. super sick

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Goddamn David you seriously are hard core man.
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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2014 on: 02:20:08 AM / 29-Sep-11 »
I'm looking for a 95 F350 7.3 turbo, I have a small 94 4x4 pickup now (vg30e) that is not towing capable.. But if I sell it, and then upgrade. Perhaps it is I who shall come to you.... :|

-dan

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2015 on: 02:26:24 AM / 29-Sep-11 »
you should try some XDC events.. hyperfest, im trying to make it next year


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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2016 on: 02:27:47 AM / 29-Sep-11 »
^ Dan, do you say 95 because you don't want obd2 on the 96?

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD
« Reply #2017 on: 04:18:30 AM / 01-Oct-11 »
k guys here you go.

my review on these links
emailed techno toy tuning, yada yada, got set up for around 380$ shipped. very good customer service and turn around time was updated for me as i asked

here they are




BOTTOM LINK
brackets for the swaybar gotta come off
15 mill for the larger one
12 mill for the smaller one


19 mill for the big bolts that hold the link on


yank it out


comparison






fitment,
the BOLTS provided with the links are too short! but come with same thread pitch nuts.
it comes with ALOT of washers, on the lower longer link, i used 2 washers per side. for close fitment
note** on the TOP, i only had to use 1 washer per side.. guessing its a different sized bushing






TOP LINK!

19 mill, the front side towards u doesnt use a nut, its got a threaded insert, the back one is a nut/bolt. i still had to reuse the stock bolts since the ones provided were too short



heres where i used 1 washer per side up top to fill the inner gap it has




done



« Last Edit: 02:15:55 AM / 04-Oct-11 by David B »


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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: JZ S12 BUILD, techno toy tuning 4 link installation
« Reply #2018 on: 05:25:54 AM / 01-Oct-11 »
Looking good!
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Re: JZ S12 BUILD, techno toy tuning 4 link installation
« Reply #2019 on: 09:36:00 AM / 01-Oct-11 »
WOW! those look great!
Have you had a chance to slide around in them yet?
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