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    4 days ago I had a KE70 panelvan with this motor in it and this ae71 sedan waiting for the GTE but I wanted a change so I took the motor out of the van and stuck my JDM stuff in on it (water & alternator), Anyway here is a list and a few pics.

    Engine:
    4age bigport (originally from one of my AE82's)
    JDM water system & alternator brackets.
    Twin 45mm webers.
    TRD cory extractors & 2.5" exhaust (nelsons old one).
    4age dizzy and coil.
    Hyperpak Ignition system.
    R1 wurks lightweigh undrive alt & WP pulleys.
    Standard AE71 radiator with modified AE71 hoses.
    Fedtro electric fuelpump (dak dak pump).

    Driveline:
    ADM T50 (freshly rebuilt by me).
    1 piece tailshaft.
    Standard AE71 diff.

    Suspension & Brakes
    King LOWS front and rear.
    Standard rear shocks.
    ADM AE86 front struts and brakes.
    Standard AE71 rear drums.

    Wheels and tyres:
    14 x 6 Bathurst Globes (not challengers).
    Front Tyre - 185/65.
    Rear Tyre - 205/60.

    I will get some better pics.








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    THANKYOU!!! yes those rims ARE bathurst globes and NOT challengers. challengers start in and go out. i hate it when people see them and say they are challengers...grrr


    sick motor btw hows it go with 45's? bit big...?


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    Thanks, Globes look better.

    Unloaded the engine runs very nice, They were jetted to suit a 4age 16v race car with large cams but my engine is stock so hopefully it will still be ok.

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    Looks great man

    Will sound tuff as

    Are you gonna go big cams? 288's or 304's would be sweet!

    Travis

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    challengers don't start in and go out. it just depends on size and offset. it just may appear that way cause most of the performance challengers on this site are 15x8s

    what do you mean by unloaded it runs nice?
    T18 in the build

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trav_555 View Post
    Looks great man

    Will sound tuff as

    Are you gonna go big cams? 288's or 304's would be sweet!

    Travis
    The vids of it running when it was in the van are still on youtube.

    Nah not yet anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey View Post
    challengers don't start in and go out. it just depends on size and offset. it just may appear that way cause most of the performance challengers on this site are 15x8s

    what do you mean by unloaded it runs nice?
    Still, Mine are bathurst globes, They say it.

    Unloaded means no load being put on the engine, It revs great but that all might change when the engine is loaded up, Hopefully it goes on the dyno in the next 2 weeks.

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    ah haven't driven it yet. didn't realise that. i was thinking how come he hasn't loaded the engine up yet?
    T18 in the build

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    Yeah, Hasn't been driven.

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    Wiring harness is all mocked up, I will clean it all up tomorrow.

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    Harness is all made up, Need to put a terminal on the alternator and put a fuse up by the battery, Then it needs an earth strap and the starter power wire installed.

    Computer installed under dash:


    Alternator wiring:





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