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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Tue Jun 26, 2012 11:25 am

a few pics of the the head off i think im going to change a few things with the wastgate again why i have it off and a pic of the top of the the piston water meth keeps every thing so clean i love it
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby mtbmr2 » Tue Jun 26, 2012 5:06 pm

Hi Donny-
1. Nice Alltrac Project, keep at it!

2. I'm planning an EPS install into an AW11 MR2 Autocross Racecar (http://www.pbase.com/mtb_zack/dpmr2&page=all). sifu linked me here. Currently My plan is to follow: http://driveev.com/jeepev/convpgs/psteer.php Plus add a quicksteer and a tiny go-kart steering wheel, so that it's reaaally easy to turn the wheel.

It looks like you've used the SW20 MR2 PS Pump, with no VSS (variable speed sensing)? Can you give me some more info on your EPS set-up?
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:41 am

mtbmr2 wrote:2. I'm planning an EPS install into an AW11 MR2 Autocross Racecar (http://www.pbase.com/mtb_zack/dpmr2&page=all). sifu linked me here. Currently My plan is to follow: http://driveev.com/jeepev/convpgs/psteer.php Plus add a quicksteer and a tiny go-kart steering wheel, so that it's reaaally easy to turn the wheel.

what rack are you planning on using and you want a bigger wheel not smaller. smaller= more turns lock to lock and bigger would be less turns lock to lock ie turn a bigger wheel you'll turn less to get the same amount of turning angle then a small wheel and give you more leverage making it seem easier to turn
mtbmr2 wrote:It looks like you've used the SW20 MR2 PS Pump, with no VSS (variable speed sensing)? Can you give me some more info on your EPS set-up?

yeas i did use one out of a sw20 i just ran the pos wire straight to the pos of battery then the ground to pin 30 on a 5 pin relay then grounded pin 87 and 85, then 86 gos to the modded toyota security switch (you can us what switch you want) then to a 20 amp fuze then to a 12v+ from the key if i get time ill make a diagram the hardest thing was the hose, i use a 3/8 (i think its been awhile) hydraulic hose but i had to make my adapters as i could not get them locally
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:10 am

it's called nitrous moron
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby mtbmr2 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:42 pm

More background: I already have a Quaife manual Quicksteer in the car and rarely do we turn the wheel beyond 120 degrees (http://www.youtube.com/mtbmr2)
donnyavery wrote:what rack are you planning on using and you want a bigger wheel not smaller. smaller= more turns lock to lock and bigger would be less turns lock to lock ie turn a bigger wheel you'll turn less to get the same amount of turning angle then a small wheel and give you more leverage making it seem easier to turn

I'm going to use an AE86 rack because it bolts right up. Also, I'm going to use a small-body steering quickener (http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Small-Bod ... ,2030.html), a 255mm kart steering wheel/quick release, and straight 3/4" steering shaft.

This guy (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WI_bV4lt ... re=g-all-u) has a similar set-up in his AE86, but he's using a different ePS pump. Other than tell me what parts he used, he hasn't told me HOW he did it (we are competitors, so somethings I gotta figure out for myself)

Otherwise, X degrees of a turn at the steering wheel is always X degrees, regardless of the steering wheel size, it's all about the effort required to make that turn and how far the wheels turn for that effort, right?

donnyavery wrote:yeas i did use one out of a sw20 i just ran the pos wire straight to the pos of battery then the ground to pin 30 on a 5 pin relay then grounded pin 87 and 85, then 86 gos to the modded toyota security switch (you can us what switch you want) then to a 20 amp fuze then to a 12v+ from the key if i get time ill make a diagram the hardest thing was the hose, i use a 3/8 (i think its been awhile) hydraulic hose but i had to make my adapters as i could not get them locally


Was it braided/ (6AN) hose? Did you need to make the adapters for the slip-fit on the pump? I wonder if they're removeable.

The circuit diagram is helpful, even if only in paint. Thanks.
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Fri Jun 29, 2012 10:40 pm

mtbmr2 sorry ill post more info and some more pic tomorrow i dont a lot time right now but just wanted to jump on quick and ask if any one has that 1 wire temp sensor for the temp gauge to sell i need one
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:22 pm

for sale 5500.00 or best offer needs a head gasket or trade on air cooled bug or something turbo
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Sun Jul 22, 2012 12:18 pm

i maybe willing to sell for 4500 with out nitrous, water/meth, or boost controller i would like to sell this quick why im still off of vacation oh and the car is back together and starts but the hg is leaking but you can here it run
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Fri Jul 27, 2012 1:50 pm

i just bought the new headgasket and bolts from toyota to throw in with the car all you have to do is change it
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby Hotrodhendrix » Fri Jul 27, 2012 2:44 pm

Good luck with sale. I want electronic power steering
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Sun Aug 12, 2012 12:16 am

well has you've been reading (being a lot of help thank yous) i finely got the motor tear down done and it looks like every thing is junk with the exception of the block (ill post the pics tomorrow when im done organizing)
ok well i dont have the money to buy something right now so what im going to do is build one one peace at a time (and yes just like the song haha) i know this is going to cost more and take a lot more time then i would like but it will be right and ill know what i have
but ill still need help deciding how i want to go with this build and tracking down parts
350hp+nitrous i've made 317hp on a 4agte so i this should be very doable on a 3sgte
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Sun Aug 12, 2012 5:03 pm

so does any one have a 3sge, 3sgte, or a 8bolt 3sfe crank in good shape any if posable i would like to try to keep it at or under 200$ shipped can any one here help? these all inter change right? im woryed about the 3sfe flywheel pattern and if any of thes are weaker then the others so if im wrong or any one as any info that would be grate and i know im throwing the newbie vibe here but this is the first full 3sgte build for me all my experience is with the 4ag as i drag raced with them for 4 years ive only had this going on a little over a year so im still learning so thank you for your patience
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:03 am

some pics
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turbo starved for oil and damaged the bearing enough to let the blades hit the housing
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby donnyavery » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:14 am

more pics with some help from the family
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my 5 year doing all the hard work
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Re: ive always wanted one

Postby jaydog82 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 2:11 am

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