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    Hey guys, so this is now a new very shortened version of my build thread after photobucket took a dump on everybody by changing it's hosting rights

    so here goes, lets wind the clock back 4-5 years at the begining of basically a nut and bolt rebuild haha

    my bone stock s14 silvia sr20de n/a import from japan


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    mint

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    crap

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    5 stud swap, wheels and cs2 coilovers

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    rolling road for a baseline to know how much a jz engine could change the car

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    126bhp at the wheels, pretty sure a yaris has more

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    some work equips i didn't keep for long as the offset wasn't right

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    drift day with the n/a to see what it's like, 3rd gear is possible with enough pressure in the back tyres and lots of throttle

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    then up at a local small track

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    new exhaust

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    bought an r154 gearbox from phil at driftworks from the r32

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    got a 4.3 r32 skyline diff and had it welded

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    r33 shafts

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    r200 s14 turbo rear subframe as my car had the r180 diff and frame so wasn't any use, had it powedercoatd and solid dw bushes installed

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    bought a 1j

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    stripped box for shifter extension

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    clutch arrived

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    dmax roof wing and rear arch paintwork tidied up

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    engine ready for work

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    holset for later, used stock twins for a while

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    greaddy genuine lip

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    sr out

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    toyota bits for clutch hub and box parts

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    making wiring stuff work, my mate mark helped alot and i learned so much about how wiring works!

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    twins on

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    rack bushes done while engine's out

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    shifter extended 3"

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    box on

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    engine in, car towed to workshop for fun stuff to start

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    fabricage

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    bought some jdm wheels, 17x9.5 and 17x10

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    bought all new parts for underneath the car, everything was either new or powdercoated

    z32 rear brake conversion also

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    stone chipped chassis too since it was already clean and mainly rust free

    r180 subframe off and in the bin

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    geomasters front and back

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    powedercoated backplates, new brake shoes, cleaned up bearings

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    arms getting greased prior to fitting

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    done

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    modified front xmember and extended lower arms

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    temp exh made up to fit jz twin turbos, fuel pipes crossed over to opposite side

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    more stone chipping and new parts on front end, tein rods and ends, polybushed extended arms and new moog ball joints, geomaster hubs, geomaster tension rods

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    r33 gtr brembo brakes and ebc parts, braided hoses

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    first drive was awesome

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    kit on

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    went for a drift day with the car for first time since engine change, 4.3 ratio and r154 works so good

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    temps were up as i was using a cheap radiator

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    chasing my mate stevie

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    then went to driftland and had a blast

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    chasing my mate john with his s15 i'd recently turbo'd for him

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    geomasters are awesome, lock is incredible

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    twins off and 6 boost manifold and holset going on

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    also done injectors, emanage blue, turbosmart wastegate and a few other bits to make just shy of 450bhp at 1.5 bar on stock cams

    moved fuse box inside car too

    onto mapping

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    406hp at wheels, great step up from 126 haha

    front end adjustments because overheating, moved rad forwards to run viscous fan and big oil cooler

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    remade downpipe to fit better, paul does all my welding

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    and a custom full oval system from front end back for ground clearance

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    private driftland day

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    finalboss driftland day


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    koyo rad

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    banzai magazine shoot!


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    got bored so decided to do a new engine build since i had a fully sorted chassis that was very capable of handling more power


    bought a load of new parts for the build, going 1.5jz so a 2jz block and 1jz head

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    cam and crank sensors, thermostat, o2 sensor, coolant sensors, seals etc etc

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    330d box

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    new 6 boost t3 divided with twin wastegate ports

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    twin turbosmart gates

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    put the head down to bret sims motorsport, he done a massive port job on the head, every chamber opened up for maximium flow, head skimmed and refreshed

    new stem seals and bc springs and retainers, bc 264 cams setup in the head too with shims

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    banzai

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    so i had bought a 2jz ge block, had it machined to take oil squirters and turbo oil feed, i sent my block to a motorsport company in dundee scotland

    unfortuantely i wasn't to know how bad i'd end up

    i wanted a new set of pistons in the block and bearings so the compression ratio would be right+ refreshed and since i don't have engine building precision tools i thought i could turst them

    my block came back with deep scoring in the bores in some cylinders, weather that was there before i don't know but it should have not been returned to me like this from an engine builder

    deep enough that my finger nails would go inside and catch

    when removing the bearing caps to try remove the pistons to see if i could hone them out going on advice from other engine builders i'd realised some of the 'new' bearings were also damaged

    on an engine only turned over by hand a few times
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    block got delivered back home to me and i now could start assembly

    head studs and head gasket on, sump on too

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    head on

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    new cam sensors

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    cams dialed in once belt went on

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    abc clutch kit, twin disc to 330d box

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    wastegates on

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    new tubs

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    bailey morris made the prop

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    screamer pipes

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    swirl pot

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    fuel pumps and filter from torques

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    3.6 diff back in for matching bmw box ratios

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    id1050x injectors onto top feed rail with twin feeds

    from real st in america

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    loom work and r8 coil packs

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    fuel pipes done and regulator on

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    gktech arb and power brace on

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    engine run in on dyno and oil changed correctly

    box developed a noise so changed it, abc couldn't have been more helpful with aftersales advice, probably best company i've dealt with

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    back onto dyno after driving around for a while making sure everything works for a base boost map

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    pretty good for just base boost

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    changed onto the good stuff

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    went for a drift day with just stock 1 bar of boost which is wastegate spring pressures, boost controller off

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    had so much fun, went down with my mate stevie to crail and we spend the day chasing eachother

    i was rusty as that was my first time drifting in 2 years with a whole new engine/box setup and a new alignment and anti roll bar setup

    completely different car to drive, it's 100x easier and such an animal now, the boost comes on so hard so fast too

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    heat changed colour of the torques an fittings

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    back to dyno and had boost turned up

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    the car was mapped up to 2 bar of boost and made something over 600hp, unsure on exact figure due to wheel spin but it's insane.

    so i need to go back with some 265 r888's now to make sure i can get grip and we will do a proper power run

    as for now, the car insurance was set to expire the day after mapping so it's just been put into storage since august, i've had other priorities to sort out just now

    it'll get back out in 2018 and insured and ready to rock around march/april time

    but for now it's just needing some overfenders on the rear since the 1/4 was reshaped by stevie's s14 during a drift session and it'll mean i can run stupidly wide rear wheels




    also dumping these in here for my own reference incase i'm ever stuck without them, boost controller references

    p1: wastegate pressure no boost controller
    p2 - 1.2 bar, 40 gain =25
    p3 - 1.5 bar = 50 gain =25
    p4 - 1.8 bar = 60 gain =25
    p5 - 2 bar = 65 gain =25

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    HOLY MOLY, fair play for uploading all the pictures again!!
    Just went through the lot, thats amazing! some amount of work/parts and money that went into this car, thats pretty cool!!!

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    Looks alright for 170bhp lol

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    well 2 years on now and it's going to get pulled out the garage, family life and supra life has taken over, I've had 3 supras in the time this car has sat in my garage

    I have been saving up money and been buying things along the way over the last 2 years


    over the next few weeks it'll be moved so I can work on it, plans are:

    -4 inch downpipe somehow
    -4 inch oval floor system
    -stock intake manifold back on with idle control and new gaskets
    -new I/c pipework for manifold change
    -sparco wrap around fixed bucket seat and bride rail, recaros coming out and stock passenger seat back in for moving tyres to drift days etc
    -hydro handbrake going on with new brake pipes
    -new tyres on the back 255 width, if I can afford a big pair of 18's I will be buying them
    -overfenders going on for a final time after all rivnuts have been secured in chassis
    -IRP polybushed gearbox prop doughnut going on
    -gbox coming back out for clutch inspection and nut/bolt checkup, might also swap in my spare box which will be quieter
    -add new wiring loom section for +12v live to ecu constant to allow idle control motor to work correctly
    -stickers going on all over the car
    -remake slam panel/rad support bar



    there are a few other things that are small time consuming jobs, I really want to remove the engine again and remake the water pipe around the block so that I can have shorter matrix pipework and less clutter in the bay however it all comes down to time frame and what I can/can't manage to do in the short period i'll have the car at the workshop for



    main thing is that the car has been dry stored in the garage, it'll have the fuel drained and fresh fuel in before starting it up again and also will be cranked with ecu unplugged to get oil pressure up first time

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