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PostSubject: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:08 pm

THIS IS THE PROJECT CAR...CURRENTLY IN THE WORKS...



Engine:
20v BT head + throttles (purchased)
Late 7afe block + crank (purchased)
Belfab 7afe Conrods (purchased)
Custom Wiseco AE111 Pistons (purchased)
288/10mm 194-D Customized Kelford Cam (purchased)
Supertech Valve Springs (purchased)
Supertech Titanium Retainers (purchased)
Supertech 1mm oversized nitrated valves (purchased)
Toda Adjustable Cam Gears (purchased)
Toda Kevlar Timing Belt (purchased)
RS Chita Cooling RWD Conversion/16V 4age Waterpump (purchased)
JR VVT blanking plug + plate (purchased)

1jz 380cc Injectors (purchased)
1zz coil on plugs + new plugs and pins (purchased)
RWD Alternator Mount (purchased)
16v RWD Alternator (purchased)
AE92 4AGE Starter Motor

Greddy Oil Cooler + Greddy Thermostatic Sandwich Plates (purchased)
Koyo Radiator (purchased)
Samaco Radiator Hoses
Cusco engine and gearbox mounts (purchased)
SPTECH low down engine platforms (purchased)
Adaptronic ECU tuned by GTgarage
Powercraft Extractors
Stainless Steel Exhaust (twin tip) (purchased)
Lightweight Pulley Kit (purchased)
JDM Bellhousing + T50 Gearbox (purchased) *but for how long will it last* Pineapple Racing AZN 6 Speed Conversion in future

Footwork:
Front Coilover - tokico hts102 & 8kg springs + helper spring (purchased)
Rear Shock + Spring - tokico hts102 & swift springs (purchased)
Heyman Products Modified Steering Knuckles (purchased)
AJPS 40mm RCAs (purchased)
Cusco Castor Rods
Cusco Camber Tops (purchased)
JR modified rack ends (purchased)
AJPS Twin Adust Inners + RA40 Tie Rod Ends (Purchased)
Modified XT130 Lower Control Arms (Purchased)
Nagaisa Auto Traction Brackets (purchased)
Custom Equal Length Trailing Arm Boxes (purchased)
Custom Adjustable Equal Length 4 Link (purchased)
Custom Panhard Rod (purchased)
Cusco front and rear sway bars (purchased)
T18 Series II T Series Diff (purchased)
Cusco 1.5way LSD
Weir Performance 4.778 R/P with billet pinion spacer
Weir Performance Billet Axles

BRAKES
Front
FD3S front caliper (purchased)
QFM A1RM Brake Pads (purchased)
Caliper Adaptor (purchased)
DBA 4000 Mini Cooper S Rotors (294x26mm)(purchased)
Braided Lines (purchased)
R32 Skyline Master Cylinder (purchased)
Wilwood Proportional Vavle

Rear
Corona Caliper (purchased)
QFM A1RM Brake Pads (purchased)
Protex Slotted ST141 Rotors (280x12mm)(purchased)
Corona Drum Handbrake (purchased)
Custom Handbrake Lines

Interior:
Suede Cover'd Dash Skin
Carbon Dash trimmings (purchased)
2x Velo Milano Seats (black)
Nardi Deep Corn Steering Wheel (Purchased)
Works Bell Rapfix II Quick Release - Toshiki Yoshioka ToshiKing Collaboration Version (Purchased)
Works Bell Special Edition Toshiki Yoshioka ToshiKing Gear Knob Shift Knob Gearknob Shiftknob (purchased)
Works Bell Short Boss Kit (purchased)
Works Bell Lockable Boss Kit Cover (purchased)
T3 Drift Button (purchased)
2x Velo Fia 6 Point Harness (black)
Alloy Floor Plates (purchased)
Carbing Footrest (purchased)
Bee-R Carbon door panels (purchased)
J-Blood carbon door sills (purchased)


Fuel System:
TBA (still deciding what fuel itll run on...98ron, e85 or race fuel)

Bracing:
Cams full cage
Cusco Tension Rod brace (Purchased)
Nagaisa Auto Shakkaito Plates (Purchased)
Cusco OS Strut Brace (purchased)
T3 tri brace *adds onto cusco strut brace and braces against firewall* (purchased)
Ultra Racing Fender Braces (purchased)
Ultra Racing 4 Link Mid Brace (purchased)
Ultra Racing Bomber Brace (purchased)

Exterior:
Black Work Meister 15x8.5-17 & 9" -29 Sad
4 x Bridgestone Potenza Adrenilin RE001 195/50/15
2 x Bridgestone Potenza RE01 195/50/15 *dreams*
Customised Midnight Purple Paint *inside and out*
Runfree type II full kit (purchased)
Runfree Carbon Fibre Bonnet (purchased)
Runfree FRP Front and Rear Guards (purchased)
JDM Zenki whiteline tail-lights (purchased)
JDM Number Plate Lights (purchased)
JDM Kouki Foglights (foglights and bracket purchased)
JDM Kouki Headlights (purchased)
JDM Kouki Corner Lights (purchased)

Skid Rims:
2x SSR MK-2 15x8.5J- 7 (purchased)
2x SSR MK-2 15x8.5J- 19 (purchased)

CURRENT AMOUNTS SPENT - lost count @ $10,000


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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:10 pm

relocating the car to shed...stripping interior and wiring ready for seam welding, roll cage and body prep...







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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:18 pm

man that is a huge list! can't wait to check it out once its finished!
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:21 pm

wow lots of work.

Its good when you can work on your own car and know what you have done.
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:24 pm

AussieChickaDee wrote:
wow lots of work.

Its good when you can work on your own car and know what you have done.

this thing has been in the works for over 5 years...basically since before i owned the car (18 months ago)...

ive had this built part by part in my head and on paper 3 or 4 times now with a range of different engine options...

so one would say i know the build inside out...
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:46 pm

This will be a weapon when its finished..

( i mean "finished")
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:02 pm

personally id say "IF finished" lol


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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:09 pm

the list of parts on this car is nuts.. but if you know the man you understand why... pedantic prick Razz
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:16 pm

'Nova wrote:
the list of parts on this car is nuts.. but if you know the man you understand why... pedantic prick Razz

i like to call it the "moe influence"

but yes, ive redesigned the front brake setup alone 4 times now :S
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:20 pm

ha! i like the name you've given that condition you have!

btw, tell the ginga we're thinking of him when you swap words next please man!
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Sun Jan 31, 2010 10:24 am

few pics of the bling things



bits and bobs



pulley kit and caliper mounts



cusco this, cusco that



oem toyota oil pump and water bits



toda mmmm...sexy $$$$



shinji minowa modified steering knuckles



custom wiseco high comp forged pistons



mmmm, carbon bling



works bell removable boss kit Very Happy



genuine japanese plates (removed from an ae86 in naniwa, osaka)



ssr mk 2 15x8.5 -7 and 15x8.5 -19 (wheels til i buy work meisters)

plenty plenty more.....
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Sun Jan 31, 2010 12:42 pm

looking at that reminds me of my bedroom around 2 years ago! 6 grand in parts just all over the floor!
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:37 am



more bits and pieces...woot woot...
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Feb 18, 2010 10:01 am

I think those plates might be fake man, I just found these when browsing for WRX accessories!

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/JDM-NOVELTY-LICENSE-PLATE-For-DRIFT-comps-aw11-3sgte_W0QQitemZ170343840295QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAU_Car_Parts_Accessories?hash=item27a948ba27
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Feb 18, 2010 10:24 am

GLiMMER wrote:
I think those plates might be fake man, I just found these when browsing for WRX accessories!

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/JDM-NOVELTY-LICENSE-PLATE-For-DRIFT-comps-aw11-3sgte_W0QQitemZ170343840295QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAU_Car_Parts_Accessories?hash=item27a948ba27

lol, i know the plates are genuine, theres no question about it...

ive had confirmation of them coming from a car that was being wrecked in a wrecking yard and also a guy that recognised them as being on a car in his district of osaka (naniwa)...both were australians living in japan...

they are custom Japanese personalised plates...just the same as we have personalised plates here...

alot of the fakes are stickers, mine is the full pressed metal and when i got them still had a small amount of wax remains from the seals that transport affix over the plates bolts prevent removal them without permission...

but yes, this is the fun part of owning them...they seem too good to be true and automatic assumption is they are fake Rolling Eyes

ive since decided to change the intake side of the engine around ever so slightly...

instead of running the t3 70mm velocity stacks, im dropping them back to sptech 30mm stacks in a nobyboth carbon airbox...changing the look of the engine bay and hopefully with a filter'd airbox rather than just filter'd stacks the engine will survive its outings off the track for abit longer...

pics of the airbox





pics of the frp version of the airbox on a guy from NSW's car





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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:36 am

This is awesome Very Happy Keep the photos coming!
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:05 pm

carbon fibre is hot Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:18 pm

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carbon fibre is hot Shocked

mmmmm and my shit box has more than enough of it lol

moulded carbon fibre door trims currently being made...hopefully be shipped in about 6 weeks Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: DELAZYS AE86   Thu Feb 18, 2010 1:14 pm

PORN i love ae Smile nice work mate will be tough when its done
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