View Full Version : My new 4agte KE70

28th September 2005, 12:24 PM
Just completed it on the weekend, basically re-shelled all the gear from my old AE71 and fixed up a couple of other bits along the way.

Here's a small gallery of some pics taken during the swap.

Specs of the car now:

-1981 KE70
-AE71 crossmember, steering rack & column, dash cluster, dash loom, shifter surround, heater box, front body loom modified for KE70 headlights and indicators
-TA63 Carina steering arms, suspension arms and struts converted to coilovers with Koni red inserts
-Cusco cambertops
-MA61 front brakes with slotted DBA rotor and EBC greenstuff pads
-AE86 T series LSD disc-brake rear end with AE86 Levin tailshaft
-S15 Brake Master Cylinder on AE71 booster
-Whiteline front and rear swaybars, adjustable panhard rod, strut brace.
-AE86 low king springs with KYB Gas commodore shocks in rear.
-Watanabe 15x7 rims sandblasted, painted and lip polished. 195/50/15 Wanli directional tyres
-Greddy electronic peak recall warning boost guage and electronic water temp guage moulded into dash cluster surround
-Smallport 4age with manifold cut and shut for RWD, bigport flat-style rear sensor housing for firewall clearance
-Standard Smallport clutch and flywheel with spigot bearing installed in crank
-Smallport 4age starter motor.
-Blitz K24 AE86 turbo kit with cast manifold and external gate
-Trust FMIC with modified end tanks for cooler pipes and headlight clearnace
-Mild steel mandrel bent, TIG welded cooler pipes
-Blitz BOV
-Cusco oil catch can
-K&N Extreme airfilter
-2.25" TIG welded Mandrel-bent exhaust with spiral resonator and offset-in/center-out rear muffler
-Bosch external fuel pump running off AE92 GTZ fuel pump electronics (fuel pump relay, circuit opening relay, resistor etc)
-Brass compression fittings on all steel fuel lines, flexible lines replaced with EFI hose
-AE92 GTZ 4agze injectors, coils, CAS, ECU, ignitor etc running the show
-Modified tacho drive board to work with 4agze ignitor (guide available)
-Alarm, central locking and EFI wiring integrated into existing car looms
-Davies Craig thermofan operating off AE92 fan relay installed in AE71 fuse box, actuated by AE92 fan switch in remote thermostat housing.
-Reconditioned AE86 Radiator
-modified AE92 accelerator cable
-AE71 pedalbox installed
-Autotechnica Steering wheel
-Boot mounted battery

Mods still to complete:
-Installation of two Recaro seats
-Fit AE71 doors with integrated side mirrors
-Respray exterior in factory yellow with black doorframes
-tint windows
-Fit boost controller


28th September 2005, 12:33 PM
nice ride man!!

28th September 2005, 01:26 PM
damn nice, im going to steel some ideas from that http://www.ae86drivingclub.com.au/forums/emoticons/tongue.gif ive got a stock KE70 brake booster, can i use this for my SR20DET brake upgrade?? i didnt know what size the piston was inside the brake booster on a SR20DET one of a S13.


21st December 2005, 12:33 PM
Thats sweet as dude

Nice work http://www.ae86drivingclub.com.au/forums/emoticons/cool.gif

21st December 2005, 12:39 PM
FArken hot man.. I love it

21st December 2005, 08:37 PM
Would look sweet after the respray but why the factory yellow?


21st December 2005, 08:41 PM
Yellow is mad!

21st December 2005, 09:31 PM
where did u pick up those rims from!!
they look horn!!!

21st December 2005, 10:40 PM
This car is for sale now. On these very forums in fact.