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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedSpirit View Post
    Im very keen to see this setup. Particularly how it goes with the fc and spoke clearance. If its only a few mm it would be an ideal setup. Its exactly the size rotor Id be happy with. I assume its vented. I also think you will have more spoke area caliper clearance just by using ra40 bits. Its a slight bit different to ae86.
    Pete is running 15x7 +12 superlites and for me to run 15x7 +0 rewinds I will need a 2mm slip on spacer. The rotors are rda7103s I think, slotted and vented. Discs need to be bored out to 73mm and re-drilled to suit the Celica hub. What wheels were you planning to run on this rig?

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    Realistically my southernways 15x8 -8.

    They have about 10-12mm spoke clearance, wilwoods just clear them without spacers.






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    I know 15x8 Rota RKR's clear and in theory the 15x8 -4 superlites should also clear. I'll make a template to pop in the back of the wheel I think and upload it as a PDF file if I set it up as a group buy. Another possibility I have looked at is using an XT130 hub with the RA40 strut and exact same caliper bracket, but boring the disc out and redrilling to suit the corona hub. A spacer will need to be run between the rotor and back of hub but it takes about 7mm out of the x-factor wheel fitment problem.

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    nice update Mr Matt, cruising along nicely it seems.... I was silently hoping I'd spot my beast in the background somewhere (if that's the workshop?) haven't seen it since it was dropped off..
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    is that copper tube your using as brake lines?

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    Why does everyone ask that.

    Its cadmium plated steel. The flare nuts are brass.






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    needs alittle sticker saying chillout it's not copper haha

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    Yes I do. haha.

    Progress has stalled until I can get my coil overs finished and back in my possession.

    I test fitted the Celia fans today, too fat, and they fit really poorly on the alloy radiator, so I have no choice but to make some of the after market ones work.

    I somehow have acquired about 3 or 4 different after market thermo fans. I really only remember buying 2. Objection, relevance, sustained.

    So I guess its time to pull the motor and set it up one last time once and for all. There's quite a laundry list of things I need to do to get the new block ready to bolt in. Drill holes, tap them, stitch drill and cutaway the starter clearance. And I need to get the flywheel modified so it fits on.

    Back at her tomorrow I guess.






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    keen.................. do it
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    I dont look at build threads much but noticed ur user name and had to have look see and glad i did awesome write up read the whole thing anyways thanks for the struts and was nice meeting u Matt (=^x^=)

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