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Postby etantshi » Wed Jun 04, 2008 8:33 pm

Celica Turbo wrote:
etantshi wrote:What site you get the brake master cyl stopper? They have any pics?


JSPEED :twisted:

Here the picture from JSPEED

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I was talking about a site that was a little more user friendly. :wink: A site that even I, a 'gaijin' could order from. :)

Kinda hard to break the language barrier as I speak very limited japanese.

http://cs-marche.com/
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Postby darthripley » Wed Jun 04, 2008 9:54 pm

i'm sure if you ask the guys at rhdjapan.com they can get it for you Andre - that's how i got the JSpeed springs from them.
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Postby etantshi » Wed Jun 04, 2008 10:52 pm

darthripley wrote:i'm sure if you ask the guys at rhdjapan.com they can get it for you Andre - that's how i got the JSpeed springs from them.


Yeah, I ended up asking them. Waiting on the reply. Depending on price, I might just make one.
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Postby etantshi » Thu Jun 05, 2008 6:31 am

Well they have added it. But I'll probably make my own after checking out how this one bolts up. I'll likely need to flip everything to work with a LHD configuration.

http://www.rhdjapan.com/jdm-low/J-Speed ... lica-52729
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Postby d1alltrac » Mon Jun 09, 2008 9:22 pm

nice stuff
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Postby silence » Fri Aug 01, 2008 4:46 pm

Any updates on your build progress?
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Postby eric thompson » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:09 pm

updates??
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Postby LegacyofDan » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:28 pm

Celica Turbo wrote:Thanks for your comments!

etantshi wrote:You def have some nice parts. You have a better pic of that brake master cyl stopper?


No, not this time. The brake master cylinder stopper is designed for the ST185 and ST205. He has different holes to fit in the ST185 and ST205 engine bay, but its designed for RHD GT-Fours.

My ST165 engine bay get new color an i can drill new holes or something.

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klue wrote:Just because he is buying a bunch of jdm parts does not make his car any better than anyone else, nor does it mean he has cut less corners lol

Hence I said 'in my book', of course you can build a nice car with non JDM parts too. I know Stefan is building his car as JDM as possible hence no cutting corners.. ALL parts are JDM, I'm loving it! 8)


Thanks René, that`s right. The plan is to build the car completly with JDM parts.

Denver_whiteST185 wrote:What gen engine do you have in your car?

the reason i ask is that some things like that C-One exhaust manifold are for ST165/ST185's, but that SARD fuel rail is for a ST205

Very nice though. i love the look of that exhaust manifold.


I build a new GEN3 engine from an ST205 next year. I plan to use all parts from the GEN3 3S-GT with a new GEN4 engine block from the Caldina.

The exhaust manifold is for the GEN3 3S-GT from the ST205 or MR2 Turbo

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j/w but arn't the 3S-GT and 3S-GTE different motors?...and the i was not aware that any MR2 or ST205 ever came with a "3S-GT"....hense my question, maybe i may be ignorant of some fact that everyone knows and not me, or maybe it was a typo, but do u have a 3S-GT motor? and if so do u have pics? and granted i know of the 3S-GT motor cuz of wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_S_engine

and being a Le Mans motor, that has really sparked alot of interest in me, how the hell did u get ur hands on a Le Mans motor? then again this could all be a typo...or wikipedia's information could be false...either way i have to ask lol.



but with that put aside, very nice compilation of parts that you have got there!! :)
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Postby eric thompson » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:15 pm

I believe you are refering to the 3sgte and the 3sge.... which are slightly different(ie, pistion oil squirters,comp ratio,cams,etc). the lemans motor is the s503 which is completely different and doesnt fit in our front drive application.
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Postby LegacyofDan » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:40 pm

eric thompson wrote:I believe you are refering to the 3sgte and the 3sge.... which are slightly different(ie, pistion oil squirters,comp ratio,cams,etc). the lemans motor is the s503 which is completely different and doesnt fit in our front drive application.


oh i know, but he said 3sgt...and sorry some times i'm very keen to detail. but i'm very much aware of the differences amongst the 3s-ge and the 3sgte motors....

but he stated 3S-GT, hence my question.

and like i stated its more than likly a typo, but i just figured i would ask.

and one i dont see why a 2.2 liter can fit in the motor bay?

and what do u you mean by your choice of words when you say "front drive application"....one we have AWD car, with the motor mounted in the front...now granted alot of the Le Mans type of race cars tend to be mid mounted motors, but i dont see why someone can not custom fabe something to make them the said motor fit.

I apologize if i come off bad, or in a defensive manor. Just wondering thats all :)
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Postby eric thompson » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:45 pm

our engine setup is transverse(like a front drive). the s503 has the flywheel on the opposite side in reference to its rotation. if the motor were turned to mate the flywheel to our trans it would be rotationg in the wrong direction.
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Postby darthripley » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:15 pm

Dan - overseas in Europe & Japan the 3s-gte is commonly referred to as a 3s-gt dropping the "e"
Most Japanese parts like those from Jun, HKS etc say 3s-gt on the package.
this is also done with other motors like the 4age which is just the 4ag & 4agz.
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Postby LegacyofDan » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:19 pm

eric thompson wrote:our engine setup is transverse(like a front drive). the s503 has the flywheel on the opposite side in reference to its rotation. if the motor were turned to mate the flywheel to our trans it would be rotationg in the wrong direction.


oh i see your point now.

darthripley wrote:Dan - overseas in Europe & Japan the 3s-gte is commonly referred to as a 3s-gt dropping the "e"
Most Japanese parts like those from Jun, HKS etc say 3s-gt on the package.
this is also done with other motors like the 4age which is just the 4ag & 4agz.


ah!! okay, and yeah it even says that on the ECU's...now that makes a whole lot of sense to me now, and answers alot of questions. silly me. :oops: ...thank you guys for bearing with me. :)
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Postby Terracar » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:06 pm

Nice collection of parts. I have always preferred function over form so much of it is lost on me.

The one question that did pop up is... how practical is the JDM oil filter? Each oil change you have to import a new one?

Either way do not let my views interfere - you have an awesome vision good luck with it. Would hate to be the magazine that has to print the parts list though - think it would take up 4 pages.

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Postby Meurz » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:07 pm

Terracar wrote:Each oil change you have to import a new one?

You order a few now and then.. Keep a stock. :wink:
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