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    So im starting this a little early as i dont have the car yet.. untill tomorrow.
    making a 3hr stip out to orange to grab a bargain Ksev, ive got heaps of inspiration for this car, ive owned one Ksev granny spec in the past and that was hell fun to drive in the wet! No power loose as suspension , ringing the neck of the poor little 4k and it heaving out a butt load of smoke to show its pain...from the tyres i wish!

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    Current Specs:

    Body -

    84 KE70 Flat front
    Hand Flaired Guards all round
    mostly Beige, random primer panels, cable ties and alluminum tape

    Engine/Driveline

    BT20v Head
    7rib Block
    Airies forged pistons
    FActory GZE rods
    Arp rod bolts
    Arp main studs
    Arp head studs
    Cometic head gasket
    GT 28 66 spl turbo

    700cc sard injectors
    BT quad throttle bodies
    Hypertune planium
    Hypertune intercooler with cooler plumbing
    Hypertune aluminum radiator / oil cooler with 2 10 inch thermo fans.
    Grex (Greddy)sandwich plate with Thermo block ( once oil is up to temp it lets the oil then flow to the oil cooler.)

    extreme 5 puck ceramic clutch with lightened fly wheel
    knight parts bell housing
    Fresh w58 gear box
    Haltech E8 computer
    4 x LS1 Coils

    1 Piece Tailshaft

    MK11 Corona F Series
    TRD 2 way
    Traction Brackets

    Brakes:

    Front -

    R32 non abs BM44 Master + R32 booster
    R32 Gtst calipers
    Falcon Rotors - redrilled to 4x114.3 and turned down to 280mm

    Rear -

    R32 gtst Twin Caliper rig - Rotor TBA

    Suspension:

    Front -

    Coilovers
    St141 base struts, Shortened
    KYB AGX 4 way adj short stroke shocks
    HSD Coilover kit , 8kg/mm + helpers
    T3 Camber plates
    T3 upper hat system
    T3 33mm RCA's
    T3 AE - MX conversion PS Knuckle
    T3 Outer Rie rods
    T3 Adj LCA
    T3 Rose Joint Castor rods
    Selbys 24mm adj swaybar
    Custom Steering rack - around 18mm more travel then GTV

    Rear:

    T3 adj rose joint 4 Link
    T3 adj rose Joint Panahard
    TRD Blue 8 ways adj shocks
    AJPS 200mm 6kg/mm springs

    Wheels:

    Performance Superlite GTR
    15 x 10 - 12
    Re001 205/50/15's

    Exhaust:

    38 mm tial waste gate
    custom manifold with dump pipe
    Twin Pipes

    Interior:

    Sound Deadener removed
    Bride Vios III Lowmax seats
    Nardi
    D1 Quick release

    Fuel:

    JDM 86 Tank
    walbro 300hp intank pump
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    cost me $200

    got all excited and chucked a wheel on.. 14 x 7.5

    here some pics.










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    looks like a good buy
    ae71 parts for sale stripping 3xae71's and a ke70

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    haha! Well done, into it already!

    That money offset some of the "auto to manual conversion" costs on our car, so I'm happy!

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    the auto box is already at the tip along with the pedal box and some other random bits n pieces

    just about ready to order some stuff from ajps...
    Front and rear swaybars.. selbys F - 24mm adj and R - 20mm Adj
    and AJPS panhard rod

    going to get my engine crain out of storage so i can take out the 3kc and get to work

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    update. will post pics tonight. got all the interior out, except dash top and center console, cut out some decent rust i found in the front of the pax side chasis rail. and engine is all ready to come out tomorrow.

    next step i think is to get the pedal box sorted then bolt the front end in followed closly by the 4a..

    need to get some dry ice tomorrow to assist removing the sound deadening

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    pics!!

    rust cut from chasis rail

    Bride in for some inspiration


    rails are for an Ae86 only hole that doesnt quite line up is the rear outer.. only out by 5mm or so.. easy fix!
    Did something that ive been thinking of for ages.. its kinda instant wide body KE in 5 minutes! guards will be flared after this aswell! check it







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    It looks like you've started with a good base for a project, but i have a few comments - some constructive, some not:

    - Good on you for actually finding and cutting the rust out of the rail, not many would do that unless doing a restoration on a rotissery.

    - Although I think the widebody with the slotted front guard mount holes is a nice idea, i suppose you are aware that the gap between the front guard and bonnet is going to be huge?

    It'd be a better idea (in my opinion) to space the bottom of the guard out if you're having clearance issues, which it looks like you're not.

    Nice idea anyway.

    - Finally, that steering wheel is super homo.

    Good luck with your build, i look forward to seeing it progress.
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    haha that steering wheel is going in the trash as soon as i get around to putting the nardi on! mayb u could have it? hahah jokes... the rust.. well i hate rust and it was to bad for me to leave it.. didnt take long to fix, its gone now so thats the main thing, nah not having clearance issues.. and yeah im aware of the massive bonnet gap which u can see in the photos and also i expect their to be a decent gap between the front indicator and the guard 2.. which i dont actually care about because i think its something different and i really like it.. stay tuned.. going to get my engine crain from storage today cheers Javal

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    jacking on grass = fail

    car looks ok but

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