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    bought a stock auto ke70 6 months ago and been slowly working on it. fixed up the body and rust and painted it white got a halfcut and slowly making things work, got a bunch of photos so ill let them do the talking.








    s13 pedal box



    coilovers





    steering uni. ke70 shaft to s13 ps

    s13 swaybar into ke70

    engine mounts- s13 crossmember with engine moved forward 50mm


    brakes-s13

    planning cluster setup

    battery tray changed sides

    rb20 gearbox


    engine


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    Nice work man, looking the goods!

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    Doing well! Nice work on all the photos, i always get half way through a conversion before remembering i should take photos. How hard was it modifying the S13 pedal box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shift_rook View Post
    Doing well! Nice work on all the photos, i always get half way through a conversion before remembering i should take photos. How hard was it modifying the S13 pedal box?
    the pedal box is actually really easy. in the photo the pedal box behind it is standard and the one infront it made to fit my car.
    all you do is put it on a diet. cut alot of one side off so it all fits in. then used the spacer off the s13 firewall so it sits in the right position. Its not 100% finished. i want to weld another bracket on it so the pressures not all on the firewall when the clutch is engaged, also will put a return spring on it as you have to cut the mounts off from the standard spring. Other than that you just have to shape the pedal to fit and i also flattened the firewall a so the master cylinder sits up flush

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    found someone i know with an r31 so told him to head round today and i swapped out the lca's to get rid of a bit of track. still thinking i might redrill the lca mounts to push them in a little more which will give me more room to move as far as wheel go.

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    with weight on it


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    sorted out some adjustable camber tops to suit an ae86 (same as ke70)
    and decided to get the loom out of the halfcut

    also still trying to get an extended adjustable castor rod length if anyone can help me with that?

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    got some s14/r32 adjustable castor rods today

    and camber tops are in the mail so front suspensions close to being finished

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    Does anyone know of what tie rod ends are used with r31 control arms and s13 rack

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    made myself a gearbox crossmember the other day, the mount sits in a similar position as standard so i started with the standard corolla mount cut a section a welded the centre section of the nissan crossmember in.
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    My dads home from work at the moment so i took the opportunity to get started on the wiring. I ended up using the whole body loom out of the 180sx halfcut, so first started by cutting holes and mounting the fuse box



    being cut from the middle of the car we got started on wiring the back half of the toyota loom to the nissan loom



    also got my ae86 cambertops so put all the front suspension and steering together including shortening tie rod ends and rack ends to suit r31 control arms





    now the cars mobile i pushed it outside to clean the shed up a bit and took a few photos






    and got another one of those sticker on this thing so another trip to the pits soon

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    I ended up buying this yesterday for a diff;

    the rest of it will be wrecked so if anyone needs parts...


    Also tried the steering column from s13 and was more work than it was worth so continued to wire the corolla switches into the loom, so far i have managed to get the ignition and headlights (park, low, high, flash) all working so still have indicators/hazards and the wiper stalk to do.

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