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> Mossman's MA70, lol, another one.
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 03:40 AM
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build one :P.

Go to a construction yard, and talk to the foreman, and ask to see if they have some spare steel laying around. Then you just need to rent a welder and buy some casters for like $5-$10 each :P.
Then go to walmart and buy a cheap $35 jack to grab the hydraulic ram :P

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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 03:47 AM
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'cause safety is for chumps ;D
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 04:21 AM
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You're only lifting 600 pounds at most. The hydraulic ram is rated at 1.5 tons for the cheap ones.

Just weld the shit out of the frame when building it :P. built mine for like $60 lol.
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 07:08 AM
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QUOTE (Moss @ Today, 7:01 AM)
mmm, 'tis a tad hard to get an engine out without one

if anything buy a creeper and jack the engine down from under the car. I've had to do it a few times like that when i couldn't get my hands on a hoist.
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 09:02 AM
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QUOTE (S12 Drifter @ 1 hour, 54 minutes ago)
if anything buy a creeper and jack the engine down from under the car. I've had to do it a few times like that when i couldn't get my hands on a hoist.

Ummmm.... then he would have to have the front suspension re-aligned. you have to drop the crossmember to drop the engine, and then LIFT the front of the car a good 3-4 feet just to get it out. If you lay it sideways, you are bound to break something.
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 12:50 PM
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You can always borrow one from somebody you know B) :-"
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 01:26 PM
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QUOTE (DOHC @ Dec 4 2009, 05:48 PM)
I would say stick with the 7mgte but since you live in the great land of Aussie :lol:

So SRS branching out from the VIDYA to real life?

are you daft?
SRS has always been IRL lol...
Sydney SRS are the ones who are getting serious
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 03:14 PM
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QUOTE (Midnight Star @ 1 hour, 48 minutes ago)
are you daft?
SRS has always been IRL lol...
Sydney SRS are the ones who are getting serious

I mean with actual cars :-"
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 10:42 PM
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QUOTE (DOHC @ 7 hours, 27 minutes ago)
I mean with actual cars :-"

Moss has the MA70, I have my parents cars XD
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 10:44 PM
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QUOTE (Geo @ Today, 5:42 PM)
Moss has the MA70, I have my parent's smart car XD


fixed.
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 11:05 PM
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fixed.

Thats a cool way to roll B)
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Posted: Dec 6 2009, 11:20 PM
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Thats a cool way to roll B)

damn straight it is ;D
smarts are so very amusing
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Posted: Dec 8 2009, 03:51 AM
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Progress report?
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Posted: Dec 8 2009, 08:25 AM
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Always did like the 70 Supra more than the 80.

Good luck modifying it, looks prospective.
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Posted: Dec 8 2009, 10:06 AM
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nice tasty little project
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Posted: Dec 8 2009, 10:09 PM
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QUOTE (Geo @ Yesterday, 10:51 PM)
Progress report?

it's 1.5hrs away damnit, how the hell am i supposed to make progress?!
i only get to go to it on weekends that i'm not busy :(

however i'm off work for a while after christmas so i'll probably get alot done then


now for a progress report.

- started planning to relocate the battery, i'm going to get a sealed battery and then i just need to figure out how i'm going to mount it, other than that it all seems straight forward.


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Posted: Dec 9 2009, 01:28 AM
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Have you actually bought the new engine yet?
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Posted: Dec 9 2009, 02:37 AM
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QUOTE (Geo @ Today, 8:28 PM)
Have you actually bought the new engine yet?

ya gotta find a good one.

so no.


point is that it's best to take your time.
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Posted: Dec 23 2009, 12:48 AM
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i've been looking around for some things to do to a 2jz-ge,
i found these products interesting

QUOTE ( http://wolfems.cart.net.au/details/2081251.html )

Product:   Wolf V500 Plugin Kit - Toyota Supra JZA80
Code:  500-010-071
Price:  $2,095.00
Description: 
We know a lot of you have been waiting for this one.

Power-Up your Supra:
                                Increase Boost
                                Install High-Flow Injectors
                                Improve Engine Response
                                Run 2 maps (Power / Economy)
                                Lower your ET / Raise your MPH


You can replace your standard injectors with High-Flow Injectors down to 0.5 Ohms on this Plugin Adapter.

Extra available V500 inputs and outputs can be easily configured and wired to auxiliary devices on your vehicle.

NOTE: Cars with traction control will no longer have functioning traction control.

The kit contains:

1 x Toyota Supra JZA80 Plugin Adapter
1 x Wolf V500 ECU
1 x PC Software Disks
1 x Communications Cable
2 x Wolf V500 Labels


QUOTE ( http://wolfems.cart.net.au/details/723356.html )

Product:   Injector 780CC
Code:  310-060-408
Price:  $121.00
Description: 

Brand New Siemens Injector designed for standard Bosch Injector replacement.
Body Type: Standard Bosch
Distance o-ring to o-ring: 64.5mm
Static Flow lbs/hr @300kPa: 75
Static Flow cc/min @300kPa: 780
Coil Resistance Ohm: 2.35
Spray Pattern: Pencil
Plug: Standard Bosch Rectangular Connector


QUOTE ( http://www.boostlogic.com/xcart/product.ph...1&cat=19&page=1 )
This kit contains everything you need to convert your Non Turbo MKIV Supra or SC300 into a turbo charged sleeper. The Stage I Kit enables you to make upwards of 300RWHP at 7psi.

List of parts included:

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      Boost Logic Ceramic Heat Coated 321SS Tubular Manifold 1 5/8” Tubing and 1/2” Thick 321SS Flanges (Turbo’s with a 4” inlet clears the distributor. Manifold fits a turbo up to a T76)
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      T61 .58A/R Ptrim Turbo w/ T4 flange
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      HKS 40mm Wastegate
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      3” SS304 Polished Downpipe w/ Flex Joint
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      3” SS304 Polished Midpipe
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      SS304 Polished Dump Tube
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      3” Polished Aluminum Intake Pipe
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      Boost Logic 750HP Front Mount Intercooler Kit
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            2.5" Mandrel Bent Aluminum Intercooler Piping
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            4 Ply Silicone Couplings
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            Stainless Steel Hose Clamps
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      Boost Logic NA-T SS Braided Oil Feed and Return Kit w/ Aeroquip fittings
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      3” K&N Filter
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      K&N Breathers
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      Walbro GSS341 255HP Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit
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      All necessary clamps and bolts for installation


anyone got comments/opinions on these?

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Posted: Dec 23 2009, 08:13 AM
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What is your power goal?
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Posted: Dec 23 2009, 08:24 AM
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QUOTE (HateSkylines @ 10 minutes, 48 seconds ago)
What is your power goal?

Over 9000.

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Posted: Dec 23 2009, 08:56 AM
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QUOTE (Moss @ 8 hours, 7 minutes ago)
i've been looking around for some things to do to a 2jz-ge,
i found these products interesting



QUOTE ( [URL=http://www.boostlogic.com/xcart/product.php?productid=91&cat=19&page=1)
http://www.boostlogic.com/xcart/product.ph...1&cat=19&page=1[/URL] ]This kit contains everything you need to convert your Non Turbo MKIV Supra or SC300 into a turbo charged sleeper. The Stage I Kit enables you to make upwards of 300RWHP at 7psi.

List of parts included:

    *
      Boost Logic Ceramic Heat Coated 321SS Tubular Manifold 1 5/8” Tubing and 1/2” Thick 321SS Flanges (Turbo’s with a 4” inlet clears the distributor. Manifold fits a turbo up to a T76)
    *
      T61 .58A/R Ptrim Turbo w/ T4 flange
    *
      HKS 40mm Wastegate
    *
      3” SS304 Polished Downpipe w/ Flex Joint
    *
      3” SS304 Polished Midpipe
    *
      SS304 Polished Dump Tube
    *
      3” Polished Aluminum Intake Pipe
    *
      Boost Logic 750HP Front Mount Intercooler Kit
          o
            2.5" Mandrel Bent Aluminum Intercooler Piping
          o
            4 Ply Silicone Couplings
          o
            Stainless Steel Hose Clamps
    *
      Boost Logic NA-T SS Braided Oil Feed and Return Kit w/ Aeroquip fittings
    *
      3” K&N Filter
    *
      K&N Breathers
    *
      Walbro GSS341 255HP Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit
    *
      All necessary clamps and bolts for installation


anyone got comments/opinions on these?

Ditch the Walbro for a real fuel pump. Get a Bosch 044 Intank or run 2 with a surge tank for big power.

In the $2000 dollar bracket, I would be running a Power FC or a HKS V PRO as a standalone.

The Wolf is just a rebranded AEM.

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Posted: Dec 23 2009, 09:24 AM
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I dont know about you but I've seen walbro pumps and aem ecus make well over 1500 rwhp.

Hell I recently helped my friend install dual walbros and an aem on a sub 9 second viper.

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Posted: Dec 23 2009, 09:32 AM
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I would run two Walbros, and get a real AEM, Power FC, V-Con pro ect.
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QUOTE (sidewaysstarion @ 6 hours, 28 minutes ago)
I dont know about you but I've seen walbro pumps and aem ecus make well over 1500 rwhp.

Hell I recently helped my friend install dual walbros and an aem on a sub 9 second viper.

Nothing wrong with AEMs, just crude from my experience.

Walbros, i don't care for, can't expect much for how dirt cheap they are.

Most of the big power rx7 guys don't care for them, Skyline GT-R guys don't care for them, Supra guys don't care for them, look at any of the 8, 9, 10 second GT-Rs, they have bosch 044s, even the HKS 8 second drag R33 has Bosch 044s. 1 Bosch 044 is good for 500 horsepower.

Walbro guys run them till they fail, then they get a real fuel pump.

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