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    Hi people just new to ae86drivingclub and thought i would share my ae86 i have been building up as a street/occassional track car.
    I picked this up as a rolling shell fully dismantled off a mate that had it dried stored for ten yrs who had a 20v and five speed sitting in it. when he owed me some cash from a car he purchased from him he gave it to me minus engine and box. i always wanted a sprinter having owened and built a couple of fast utes previously i saw it as a good oportunity to make something that could actually hold on to corners. i had a n/a sr20 and loom sitting around as well as a skyline 5speed and did some research on fitment options and made custom mounts up and fitted engine and r32 box into the ae86.
    So far it has-
    Jap t series disc brake rear
    new koni sport yellow adjustable rav4 shocks up front and koni yellow sport rear
    king springs all round
    whiteline panhard rod
    All bushes front to back replaced with nolathane ones
    cusco adjustable camber plates
    work ewing 15x6.5 wheels
    sr20 n/a with rsr 4 into 1 stainless headers
    intake pipe
    r32 skyline box with sr20 bellhousing
    Standard ecu
    Nardi gold steering wheel
    all stock interior complete
    bright yellow paint which is goin to be changed very soon.
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    nice work,the sr is neat,looks factory haha

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    Nice clean conversion... and welcome

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    Looks good mate. Would be fun to drive

    Got any more pics?

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ID:	26620cheers for the comments. It does go better than i thought it would. its definately slower than my sr turbo motor i had in my other car but you can hold it wide open throttle round corners and even with basic suspension it handles great. lookin to get some swaybars when funds permit and a front lower lip. i have a turbo setup and pwr intecooler but my plans are to learn to drive better first than i will update diff to a tarago diff and bolt it all on and see how it lasts with high comp motor.

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    Small update i bought some rota grid classics in 15x7 0Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	27343offset. i have money.aside to fit some federal rsrs before race season feb next yr. car is currently about to be stripped this weekend for a new rocket red paint job. hopefully i dont find any nastys under the current paint but it all looks pretty straight just small imperfections i will attend. getting 4.11 diff gears fitted to my standard lsd centre also.

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    Car is stripped to almost to the bone ready for bare metal respray to commence. rear seat making way for a approved halfrollcage and sparco fixed back seat. i miss driving it alreadyClick image for larger version. 

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    that shed is awesome mate. where abouts in ippy are you?
    stroked 2L ca18-ae86 in the build...eta xmas 2012?

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    Thanks Johl, shed only just got finished and my plan was to paint car before i deck shed out thats why stuff is scattered everywhere haha. im over near brassall way. are u a local too?

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    yeh man im just at flinders view
    stroked 2L ca18-ae86 in the build...eta xmas 2012?

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