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    Default Rwd k11 build :))


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    So the deal is at our workshop we Are having a drag
    Competition which is VW VS NISSAN.
    Ao considering i am building the whole thing
    My self it should be VW VS ANDY. But thats another
    Isssue in itself....
    So I started with a k11 and have now show horned
    A t series diff in and now are just finishing
    Up the upper arms. Pics up tommorrowish

    Andy

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    i am very excited for this

    I will have a k11 shell soon that i kind of want to do the same thing to. haha

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    Pics will explain but if you remove the rear arms
    And the swing arm of the k11, A ke70 / t series diff will bolt straight
    In on the lower trailing arms. Arms need to
    Be extended by 120mm to centre the diff.
    The you just need to centre your diff and make a Box
    Section for the upper arms...
    I'll try to get some pics up today....

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    trail fitting of the diff
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    diff is in the the factory ke70 lower trailing arms are a little to short....
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    so our race shop knocked these up for me
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    next the rear floor lost a bit of metal for the diff
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    uppre trailing arm bracket tacked in there. upper arms will be made adjustable and shortened, to adjust the pinion angle
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    finally the old girl got a wash )
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    Whats the plans for the front suspension?
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    quit hatin get bakin!

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    Subscribed 😃

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    As the k11 and the ke70 share almost identical
    Front and rear track we are looking at running a
    Ke70 crossmember and rack. Will require new
    Front rails most probably but at this stage the
    Rear end is going to get completed and then
    We have strip out the front suspension and have
    A proper look in the front. Might have to borrow
    An engineer or two from our racing shop

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    Those kind of resources are handy to say the least. Is it just for drag racing?

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    Drag in the beginning. But a rwd micra will
    A definite at a drift day

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