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    yeah as the hydro uses the hydraulic part of the caliper but the handbrake uses a mechanical part for MOT but its really weak on those wilwoods so you would have to get a friendly MOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.D. View Post
    yeah as the hydro uses the hydraulic part of the caliper but the handbrake uses a mechanical part for MOT but its really weak on those wilwoods so you would have to get a friendly MOT
    Luckily i dont think i will ever use the Mechanical part, long as the rears lock on the hydro ill be happy

    Changed the wastegate position so we could run the water lines alot neater and easier


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    Few updates ;

    Changed the wastegate postion as the old set up just was gonna be too messy with the water pipes going to close to the turbo etc.


    Fitted up the custom switch panel and Haltech IQ3 dash panels - more to come later some cool features



    First time its been on the floor in over a year and on the ramps - Mega Happy!!




    Quick look underneath



    Custom 1jz s13 5twenty4 gearbox mount



    ooo and lastly... hard to believe it all started like this


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    That's full of win nice work

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    Beast. That is all

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    ApexPerformance were Breaking the "Apexs Tomei engined Monster S14a" so i decided to buy the fuel system from it, seeing as it was a much better set up than what i had already bought.

    So i got

    3x Bosch 044 (1x lift, 2 feed)
    Pump mounting brackets
    Swirl pot
    2x inline fuel filters
    Aeroquip line kit

    So hopefully it will be suitable for big power now



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    Very sexual can't wait to see it installed

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    Laid out the fuel system today i think it will work a treat, pics to follow,

    Fitted up the Rear Carbon hatch and Dmax bonnet and test fitted the plastic4performance windows





    Have also fitted up the 6666 kit but i will put pics up when its outside and clean later this week.. looks crazy

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    Its back! First time its been outside in well over a year.. so happy with it




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    That looks sensational well done how far off are you from driving it now ?

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    Very cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by wardy88 View Post
    That looks sensational well done how far off are you from driving it now ?
    Thanks, not entirely sure tbh! fuel system still needs hooking up and few odds and sod jobs here and there, This time last year it was a bare shell so its definitely progress lol. hopefully it will make round 1 2014 haha

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    That's an incredible looking machine.
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    Awesome!

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    looks awesome dude!
    great job!

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    looking really really nice mate, lots of hard work has went into that

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    Reading this has made my evening , incredible build and looks unreal!

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    Wow, just read through this, thats looking so good mate, great attention to deatil. Can't wait to see this finished.
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    Major update Due!!

    After a good season in 2014 i took sometime out from drifting, but decided to keep progressing the car.

    Visited Nickson Motorsport for some front end tube frame work, and some Axel Sills to make the car super easy to work on at home and events.

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    Decided to update the Kit to the rocket bunny Version 2. test fitted here..
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    After killing many JZ pumps i decided to follow the crowd and fit a electric astra pump. (pic before bracket mount was made!)

    I also had to upgrade my alternator to a WASP as with all the pumps, fans, etc etc the standard alt couldnt keep up.

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    Another upgrade was changing from DW Geos to Wisefab front and rear.

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    And putting the radiator in the boot.

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