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    FACTORY 504 TRAILING ARM-









    TOP (Original 504 hub/bearing carrier) - BOTTOM (New modified Commodore bearing bearing carrier) -




    LEFT (New Modified Commodore section) RIGHT (Original Peugeot bearing carrier)



    The 3 parties-




    So, whats happening here, is that I am cutting a plate that will sit on the inside of the peugeot trailing arm, which the hub/bearing carrier will bolt onto from the outside. IE; the existing factory 504 plate will be sandwiched in the middle

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    Here are the 2 diff centres side by side..... The Commodore one is MUCH larger......






    And, what I have to work with under the car -


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    Interesting choice of Vehicle I was looking at a 505 Peugeot some time ago with the intention of modifying that but never went any further than to think about it ..

    I like your can do attitude & don't really mean to rain on your parade but as far as the welding of the castor arm's & the steering rack ends as they appear be cast iron is a real no no these days & no engineer would sign off on it & you would have no insurance if it broke & was the cause of an accident ..

    Good choice on going the LS1 motor as they are actually smaller in size than the 1UZ & obviously a shit load more grunt
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    The castor arms are cast steel. The holes are actually drilled into the original casting etc... The "wings" I have welded on are just for a little extra bracing etc, but not essentially heavy load bearing..

    I am not too concerned about the castor arms as such, but I would like to re-make the custom Peugeot -> toyota rack end piece. Since it is steel, welded to cast steel, and an essential steering component, I will be getting a whole new piece machined up by my machinist.....


    I have measured up the LS1 I got and it is way too wide to fit....

    I am going 1JZ-GTE now...... I have length in the bay, just not width, due to the 504 chassis rails..

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    Holy wow! This is awesome will you have much room after a 1j?
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    quit hatin get bakin!

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    Sorry guys, Its been a while since I've updated.....

    Ive been busy building a few other AE86 track cars and didn't do much with the 504 for a while...

    I have a Toyota 1JZGTE motor now.. This motor has some good fruit with it, and should have a power output of around 350kw at the wheels. The motor will run E85 fuel, and has a Garrett GT3540R turbo, with a custom .72 rear housing for good response to suit drifting. I have a very good steam pipe manifold with Tial external gate....

    Engine will be run by a Haltech Platinum Sport 2000 ECU with custom loom done by Prowire in syd. Ecu has E85 Flex fuel sensor. Billet fuel rail, Turbosmart 1200 fuel pressure reg and 1000cc injectors...... The motor has standard internals, but is fitted up with ARP rod bolts and ARP head studs..... All Braided lines with Speedflow fittings...




















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    The engine came with a Toyota JZ motor Rear sump.... I have sourced a JZ front sump, oil pickup etc and swapped it all over, so the sump will sit between the 504 crossmember and the sway bar







    The front sump was from a N/A 2JZ, so i've added a turbo oil drain welded to the sump -





    I've had to cut a fair bit out of the firewall and trans tunnel -














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    For the gearbox, I've gone with a Chev LS motor T56 Tremec 6 speed box, with a CRS JZ adaptor kit, and remote bleeder kit



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    Looks like it fits reasonably okay!

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