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Offline s12god

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« Reply #20 on: 04:20:01 PM / 30-Dec-09 »
That video put a smile on my face. sounds cool as hell.


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« Reply #21 on: 06:04:20 PM / 30-Dec-09 »
they look cooler with ITBs as well.

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  haha me modding would be a disaster.....Id get all power hungry and  demand n00dz from everyone. Then make all the canadian s12er's come here  and massage my feet and make me jello pudding.

Actually....mod powers plz?!?!?!  0:)

Tedious?  This coming from a person who uses the word twice in a sentence?  I laughed repeatedly...


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« Reply #22 on: 07:03:45 PM / 30-Dec-09 »
Geezus is that kinda what my RS-X will sound like once I get it fired up? Weber side drafts with horns is actually ITB's. One per runner.
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« Reply #23 on: 08:31:27 PM / 30-Dec-09 »
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Geezus is that kinda what my RS-X will sound like once I get it fired up? Weber side drafts with horns is actually ITB's. One per runner.
wheres the vid????  

1uz's are sweet...
oh and changing the starters not bad either, the intake mani comes off really easy. not many vac lines to worry about too.


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« Reply #24 on: 10:51:01 PM / 30-Dec-09 »
my buddy did the swap into a ae86 and this is what it cost him:

2500 for a half cut shipped from vancouver to his door
600  for custom bellhousing from australia to mate with a w58 tranny
600  for new clutch and pressure plate
500  for w58 tranny from a 85 supra to handke the added hp
500  for a rear diff outta a 81 celica to handle the added hp
100  for the shortened balanced driveshaft
60   made his own motor mounts and tranny mount
600  for a detroit locker lsd shipped to his house
550  for the new 4 row custom brass rad to keep it from overheating, and to relocate
     the inlet/outkets
1200 for new brembo brakes and 12" rotors all the way around because he cooked the     \
     original brembo rotors with portfield pads
free did all the wiring himself (he does electronics for a living)
1000 just for the material to make custom headers to fit the car, did all the tig
     welding himself
600  for the rest of the exhaust and mufflers (flowmasters i think)

This is just the stuff i can remember off the top of my head, i'm sure theres other things he's had to buy that i'm missing, like the starter went when he got it, the powersteering pump was missing, ect. all add up. All in all he said he spent about 10 grand to do this swap, now do you have to do everying he did? no. But it won't last long like we have found out (cooling, brakes ect)

I also forgot to mention that he's running the stock ECU, but at almost 300 hp in these cars - who needs to add more?
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« Reply #25 on: 03:56:07 AM / 31-Dec-09 »
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Geezus is that kinda what my RS-X will sound like once I get it fired up? Weber side drafts with horns is actually ITB's. One per runner.

v8 vs 4 cylinder....so...not really. If you want to hear what it sounds like type in carbed 4age into youtube. They are .4 liters less displacement, but have as many cylinders as you and are most likely running webers instead of ITBs. Its actually really common in japan for ae86 owners to run webers or ITBs where as stateside everyone boosts or super charges ae86s.

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  haha me modding would be a disaster.....Id get all power hungry and  demand n00dz from everyone. Then make all the canadian s12er's come here  and massage my feet and make me jello pudding.

Actually....mod powers plz?!?!?!  0:)

Tedious?  This coming from a person who uses the word twice in a sentence?  I laughed repeatedly...


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« Reply #26 on: 07:26:18 AM / 31-Dec-09 »
If someone has a use for it, I have a complete 4age silvertop intake with 42mm ITBs, injector, fuel rail, etc... I bought it off for a project, but I sold the car so I'm stuck with this...

You could buy an other set of 4 ITBs and machine a flange to bolt-on to this beast of yours...

just imagine that shit in an s-12...
« Last Edit: 07:26:53 AM / 31-Dec-09 by tommy »
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