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    Default AE71 Spirit - 4age - LSD - Grip Machine


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    Hey guys. This is my car. The body is untidy, but fairly well rust free. Its an 84 model. Specs are as follows:

    Motor and Driveline:
    AE101 20 valve Engine
    AE111 ITBs with Uni Filter Socks
    AE111 Flywheel with standard AE111 clutch
    AE111 Alternator
    Cusco Hard Rubber Engine and Gearbox Mounts
    AE86 JDM T50
    AE86 Kouki 2 way LSD 4.3:1 diff and JDM AE86 tail-shaft
    Adaptronic ECU and COP Ignition
    AE86 Starter Motor
    Yager Motorsport Thermostat relocation fitting
    65 Degree C Dayco Thermostat
    T3 Water Underdrive pulley
    Recored standard Radiator with 16 inch thermofan
    Kaizen 4-1 Headers
    2 1/4 Exhaust with Magnaflow cat over diff style
    Kaizen Billet Dizzy Cover
    Alloy Air Diverter/Heat Shield
    JDM AE86 tank and pump

    Suspension/Brakes
    ST185 Koni Sport Adjustable front Dampers
    TRD Green 8 Way Adjustable rear Dampers
    Cut and Weld Coilovers made from AE86 Struts
    New Jap Wheel Bearings
    Unknown brand of front springs - approx 6-7kg rate
    Rear springs are shortened standards
    Whiteline Front AE86 Swaybar
    Whiteline Rear AE86 Swaybar 18mm (comes out for hills runs)
    Tein Camber Plates
    Quaife Quick Rack
    RA40 Tie rod ends
    XT130 LCAs
    T3 RCAs
    New PBR AE71 Master Cylinder
    Front Brakes are the Wilwood 280mm Brake Kit from T3
    Rear Brakes are JDM AE86 Discs and Calipers
    Cusco front strut Brace
    Ultra Racing 4 point rear brace
    Modified Towbar Brace
    Ultra Racing Fender Braces
    Whiteline Adjustable panhard rod
    Nolathane Bushes all round

    Wheels
    Unknown brand of Japanese 15x7.5 +20 fronts with a 205/50 tyre
    SSR Mk 3 15x7 +13 Rears with a 195/50 tyre
    Spare is a Nissan Space Saver cause it fits under the 4 point brace in the boot

    Interior
    Recaro Recliner For the Driver
    CSX Velour Seat for the Passenger
    Adaptronic Vidigauge Unit
    Modified Dash face
    Sony Head unit and 2 6x9s on rear shelf
    Shift lightsx2 one at 6800 and one at 7500

    Plans for it? Hit the track in 2009...
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    do you have a dyno graph for it?

    I rate the speed camera pic

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    Yeah I do somewhere. Ill dig it up.


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    love it, what type of track work are you planning?? any hillclimb etc?

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    Just entry level stuff.

    Hillclimbs, motorkhanas, and sprints. Its not a competitive platform the way the cams rules work.

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    what made you run no rear swaybar? what are the advatnages? is it so the bum can move a little when cornering and doesnt hold/loose traction?
    but it pisses me off when people assume your hooning cos your car is loud, has bald tires, a roll cage, fresh bake and dinted bumpers!!
    Or driving in a wolf pack.

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    Take your rear swaybar out completely and go try to drift it. Youll know what I mean. It makes it really grippy. I guess it helps stop the body from taking the diff with it as it moves around, and therefore the rear just feels planted and solid on the road, although he car does have a little extra motion to get used to. It gets a touch more boatish with the swaybar gone but its definately faster.

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    Wouldn't that put a lot of stress on everything else in the rear? Trailing arms n shit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedSpirit View Post
    Take your rear swaybar out completely and go try to drift it. Youll know what I mean. It makes it really grippy. I guess it helps stop the body from taking the diff with it as it moves around, and therefore the rear just feels planted and solid on the road, although he car does have a little extra motion to get used to. It gets a touch more boatish with the swaybar gone but its definately faster.


    ahh yes, thought this was the case, as there is a fine line between traction and no traction. you obviously know what your doing and how to do it, seems like a good build,

    you aiming for a little more power? mid 80kw is quite a modest read for a 20v am i wrong ?
    but it pisses me off when people assume your hooning cos your car is loud, has bald tires, a roll cage, fresh bake and dinted bumpers!!
    Or driving in a wolf pack.

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    Dyno figures mean nothing. Its easily beaten a Smallport 7age before.

    Its got a terrific tune done by Rob Novak. Its got torque, and is so much more drivable than my old tune. The motor is lasting too.

    Its not some dyno 'shootout' figure where the values are cooked to make me feel special. What I'm trying to say is there's no way you can judge the tune unless you are able to drive the car. My Blacktop put out around 90kw on a similar dyno, same brand and model at a different shop, but this silvertop motor is way more driveable at 85kw.


    To Sherlock. Until the early 80s most every 4 link live axle Toyota vehicle made didnt have a swaybar from the factory. Think RA40 series one, T18 Series one etc...

    Its just a choice you can make. Im not treading any new ground.

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