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OKC Project-8/1/15-Another fun car!

Postby toayoztan » Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:01 pm

I am in the process of rebuilding my Alltrac. I like to use a lot of pictures, so for those that love pics, you won't be disappointed!

Thanks for checking this out!

UPDATES
7/24/10 - Page 1
Parts
10/01/10 - 1
Motor and tearing/stripping down the car to prep for full body/paint job
10/05/10 - 2
Motor disassembly
11/08/10 - 2
Parts
3/06/11 - 3
Body prepped and painted
3/10/11 - 4
Interior cleaning, before and after
3/14/11 - 4
Engine bay cleaning, before and after
3/24/11 - 4
POR15 on front of car
4/10/11 - 5
More parts and OEM stuff
5/09/11 - 6
Fender-well and rear-underside cleaned, before and after
10/22/11 - 6
More parts and motor build
10/23/11 - 7
Block build and powder coating work
11/04/11 - 7
OEM parts, rebuilt alternator and starter, ASI radiator, Tein SS
11/07/11 - 8
Oil Dip Stick with Plasti Dip and teardown of the suspension/spindle stuff
12/24/11 - 9
Rear drivetrain parts coated and cleaned
12/30/11 - 10
Front suspension parts coated, SuperPro Bushings installed
1/16/12 - 12
Front and Rear suspension installed
6/02/12 - 15
Rear exterior stuff installed.
6/10/12 - 16
Rest of the rear together with ebrake installed.
7/21/12 - 18
Pics of the ACPT CF DS and sunroof drain tubes rerouted.
8/05/12 - 19
Freshly waxed with Collinite 915 and pics of wheels.
10/14/12 - 20 and 21
Door and interior stuff put back together.
11/08/12 - 24
ABS and Cruise Control wires removed.
12/20/12 - 24
AC removal complete. New windshield. Dash and rear speakers installed.
1/11/13 - 27
Carpet, rear seats, rear passenger and trunk panels installed. Front end stuff installed.
1/19/13 - 27
Hood latch assy, power steering, and windshield wipers installed.
2/21/13, 4/12/13 - 29, 30
Wheels!
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Re: The OKC Project

Postby toayoztan » Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:01 pm

PARTS - these will on my alltrac and the 93 motor it was pulled from. I have a 92 motor around that I may throw a stroker in later or do something different with. I'm a proponent of keeping the original motor/block with the car so I probably wouldn't use the 5s block, but I'm not looking for insane HP either with this car. Enjoy!

CP 9.0:1 86.5mm Pistons
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Eagle H-Beam Rods with ARP Rod Bolts
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Main and Rod ACL Race Bearings with ACL Thrust Washers
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ARP Main and Head Studs
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ARP Flywheel Bolts
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ATS 170-degree Thermostat
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ATS GM Knock Sensor Adapter and Pigtail
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Ferrea 1mm Oversized (OS) Intake and Exhaust Valves
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Ferrea Valve Seals
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Ferrea Keepers
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HKS Valve Springs
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Brian Crower (BC) Titanium Spring Retainers
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HKS 272 Intake and 264 Exhaust Camshafts
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Fidanza 4-point Adjustable Cam Gears
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Speed Source Top Feed Fuel Rail (TFFR)
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Aeromotive Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator (FPR)
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Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump
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Precision 750hp Bar and Plate Intercooler
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Straight Pins (I forget where these go exactly, but I'll figure it out)
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Key (Crankshaft Gear)
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Key (Crankshaft Pulley/Harmonic Balancer)
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Crankshaft/Timing Belt Guide
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Crankshaft Bolt
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Idler Pulley 1
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Idler Pulley 2
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Idler Pulley 2 Bolt
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Cam Gear Bolts
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Timing Belt Tensioner
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Toyota Oil Filter
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Toyota Waterpump
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"3SGTE" Upper Timing Cover Sticker
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"Spark Plug Info" Upper Timing Cover Sticker (I don't know why I got this...probably won't put this on)
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Speed Source Shift Cable Bushing Kit
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Speed Source Shifter Base Bushing Kit
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TWM Performance Short Shifter
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TWM Performance A6 Leopard Shiftknob (Gun Blue Finish)
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Speed Source Crossmember Bushing Kit
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Speed Source Polyurethane Engine Mounts
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Mario's Solid Aluminum Rear Differential Cushion w/ Solid Rear Differential Mounts
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Mario's Solid Rear Subframe Mounts
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These show the descriptions of the following bushings with part numbers for anyone that's curious (these bushings can be found at rocketeerperformance.com or 185performance.com):
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Whiteline Rear Adjustable Sway Bar
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Re: The OKC Project

Postby toayoztan » Sat Jul 24, 2010 7:48 pm

Sorry, I know it's a lot of pictures to load up.

If you see "red x's" then you can either just refresh the page or right click on the "red x" and click on "show picture" when the menu pops up.

If there's still problems loading, i may just switch to photobucket. Once the pictures are loaded up though and you revisit, there shouldn't be problems having them load up again since more than likely your internet settings have cookies enabled.

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Re: The OKC Project

Postby gt4gordon » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:49 pm

Lilking the look of this project what's your plans for the car?
Love to see loads of pictures. Look forward to see the build start.
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Re: The OKC Project

Postby Meurz » Sun Jul 25, 2010 1:10 am

This is going to be EFFING good. Please continue posting such crisp and large pics. This is how a project thread needs to be imo, while I'm planning my own big build, I'm all ears. Well, eyes. Love it!

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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATE: pics posted on pg.1

Postby toayoztan » Tue Jul 27, 2010 4:40 am

gt4gordon: Plans are to add a better turbo (nothing HUGE) with an EMS tune and see what happens. Then I'll adjust and tweak or change out what I need/want when I have more money, time, and experience with the setup. In terms of numbers, not really shooting for a specific HP goal at the moment.

Meurz: Thanks! Yeah, I'll definitely keep this updated with plenty of pics!

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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATE: pics posted on pg.1

Postby SleepingTurbo » Thu Aug 12, 2010 10:49 pm

where can i get the solid aluminum diff mount and rear subframe bushings? all the marios stuff?
May be moving on from the All Trac world.
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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATE: pics posted on pg.1

Postby turbo4wd » Fri Aug 13, 2010 3:21 am

SleepingTurbo wrote:where can i get the solid aluminum diff mount and rear subframe bushings? all the marios stuff?


This is the only email I can find.. its old so I don't know if it still works, but it wouldn't hurt to try: mario.koenig@gmx.at

Here's his profile on the forum: (but it looks like he hasn't been around in a while so not sure if a PM would get answered quickly)
http://www.alltrac.net/phpBB2/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=29

Like everyone has said in the past, fair prices, quick shipping. Hopefully he's still making them, or has some new old stock on hand..
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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATE: pics posted on pg.1

Postby WarTowels » Tue Aug 17, 2010 8:50 pm

Looks like a sick start. :D

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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATE: pics posted on pg.1

Postby Autobot » Sat Aug 21, 2010 11:37 pm

I like where this is going. Keep it up. :)
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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATED - Read first post for description

Postby toayoztan » Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:29 am

Everything on the exterior was absolutely removed. The exterior, all jambs, behind door panels, behind front fenders, engine bay, etc will be painted. The interior will be left untouched. I plan to just wipe up the interior really well. Here ae some pics throughout the tear down process. In total, I took about 1100 photos to ensure I don't miss where a single bolt goes (yes, I am OCD about certain things! :lol: ).

Here's the car in it's "raw/original" form right before I started tearing her down. At this point, the car was still running perfectly fine.
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First off, drop and pull the motor! Here's the motor before I started on it. Dirty, but over the years it's been freshened up and tuned, so it still pulled its weight!
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Lifting up the car to clear the motor. I find it's always easy to pull the motor from the botom (and put it back through from the top...).
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Do we have enough clearance? I think it's ready to be pulled out!
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Here's the back of the car at the time...the rear is pretty slammed, but with ample room if needed to raise the front higher...
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Here's the engine bay, minus the motor/transmission. Wow...talk about grime, debris, dirt...unsatisfactory!
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Next, pulled a few things off, including the front bumper skin/fascia. This will be replaced with the CS bumper and skin.
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Also pulled a few other things around the car, including the headlights and bumper itself. Looks pretty cool to me actually...the car's nose doesn't look so pointy/flat anymore!
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Also, got some of the interior pulled (I ended up pulling the dash and a lot more after the picture was taken). The brown stuff on the floor pan wipes off with a rag+cleaner. No nasty surprises or rust that I've found under the carpet! I'll probably end up leaving the original sound deadening in there...unsure yet...
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Another view of the interior...
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Here's a view of the rear with the panels taken out. Again..no rust or nasty surprises. You can't see the left and right bank of the trunk area, but there's no rust there either. Relatively clean for its age!
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You can see here, the entire sunroof assembly has been removed to ensure this area gets hit with fresh paint and to remove any dirt/grime/surface rust/etc.
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The frame is ready for body/paint work and on the trailer to be hauled over to the shop!
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Rear view...
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Front view...
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Other things you didn't get to see removed are the windows, side view mirrors, front fenders, rear bumper, rear diff assembly, gas tanks, EVERYTHING under the car except rear subframe and ebrake cables, every single clip/bolt/plastic piece on the outside, etc. I really don't think it was possible to strip it down further on the exterior (yes, OCD in me!).

Thanks for looking!

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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATED 10/01/10 - Refer to the first post

Postby MWP » Fri Oct 01, 2010 11:43 am

:shock: i would hate to see what this is costing you!!
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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATED 10/01/10 - Refer to the first post

Postby Meurz » Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:58 pm

Awesome. :D
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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATED 10/01/10 - Refer to the first post

Postby GT4times2 » Sun Oct 03, 2010 12:27 am

Now that's how You do a strip down for a rebuild. What color are you planning to paint it? These days when it comes to Alltracs, I'm more into restorations along mild engine/suspension mods, than all out hp quests (while neglecting the rest of the car).

I'm keeping an eye out for this thread. Good work so far.


Did you pressure clean/degrease the engine bay btw? Are you going to respray it?
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Re: The OKC Project - UPDATED 10/01/10 - Refer to the first post

Postby darthripley » Sun Oct 03, 2010 4:14 pm

GT4times2 wrote:Now that's how You do a strip down for a rebuild. What color are you planning to paint it?


+1 really good prep is one of the biggest keys to a paint job coming out nicely.

we'll have to meet up once you get it painted & going on the road again :)
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