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    So a little has happened since last update:
    Paid for the coilovers, just gotta pick them up.
    Ordered 2 bride gias replicas
    Bought Braided brake lines
    Spoke to AJPS and ordered a heap of stuff:
    Adjustable panhard rod
    Adjustable tie rod ends
    Cusco engine and gearbox mounts
    Trailing arm bushes
    Front and back swaybar link and D bushes
    Dash mat
    T-50 shifter kit
    And a front end kit which includes:
    Super pro LCA bushes (in ajps specified 93a duro)
    Super pro caster rod bushes
    Super pro/AJPS rack mount bushes
    Lock spacer
    Slim line Ball joints
    Rack ends
    Slim line tie rod ends
    Rack boots

    Also bought almost all the same stuff for the track hack :p

    Last thing, the pallet from Justjdm should hopefully arrive tomorrow so will update again when it gets here.
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    This will be a high-spec trackbanger when finished! Cant wait for the end result

    Also, not to jack your thread, but I have a question or two:
    I see you have the same motorlift as me (Capable of 2000kg), I was just wondering if it lifts high enough to get a 4A motor (Without tranny) clear of the car without any banging around or tricks needed? My 86 currently has no engine head on the block, so I use the head bolts for lifting it out (And should provide with more leverage), so I was just wondering if there is much space to play with here

    The lift also sits lower on the ground than the car because of extremely uneven concrete floor in the shed/building, so I`ll put some planks under the rear wheels of the lift to hopefully level out the height differences a little.

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    Will do it easy...
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    farkin hell this is coming along so quick, keen as a lima bean for post-paint pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tore View Post
    This will be a high-spec trackbanger when finished! Cant wait for the end result

    Also, not to jack your thread, but I have a question or two:
    I see you have the same motorlift as me (Capable of 2000kg), I was just wondering if it lifts high enough to get a 4A motor (Without tranny) clear of the car without any banging around or tricks needed? My 86 currently has no engine head on the block, so I use the head bolts for lifting it out (And should provide with more leverage), so I was just wondering if there is much space to play with here

    The lift also sits lower on the ground than the car because of extremely uneven concrete floor in the shed/building, so I`ll put some planks under the rear wheels of the lift to hopefully level out the height differences a little.
    Slide the bar out to 250kg and you could probably lift the engine over the roof.
    I wouldn't stress about the back wheels at all since they lift off the ground when lifting normally anyway. Only the front 4 need to be stable. Also I'd make it so you can move the car once the engine is up cause these aren't the easiest to move around with an engine hanging off 'em :p

    Oh and this ones my daily

    Quote Originally Posted by mcBen View Post
    farkin hell this is coming along so quick, keen as a lima bean for post-paint pics
    Your not the only one haha. Fck I hope it turns out ok, 'cause if it doesn't... :banghead:

    Oh and I received some sex today
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    good build thread so far, dont normally see them happening this fast.
    spoken to vu at dt to see how its going? i might have to do a drop by and get a sneak peek

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    Quote Originally Posted by dove grey 64 View Post
    good build thread so far, dont normally see them happening this fast.
    spoken to vu at dt to see how its going? i might have to do a drop by and get a sneak peek
    Haha yeah, but the speed comes at a cost...

    I dropped in to see Vu recently, payed for half of my job up front (didn't have to but better in his hands then mine.. trust me)
    He won't start work on mine till start of new year which is fine cause my pallet of stuff hasn't arrived from justjdm yet which has the front clip on it that Vu needs.

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    So just got off the phone to toll.
    My pallet from justjdm will be delivered on Monday

    Yay! (dances)

    I'll start cleaning up the engine soon, so look forward to that

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    impressed.......

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    Thanks

    But I won't be bringing this one to Raleigh haha :p

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