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    offline for about 2 weeks and no way to inform anyone of it haha
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    3K-B or 3K-D jetting

    U may struggle with that gasket issue. There are a few different styles. One is a left hand side accel pump hole, other is right hand side accel pump hole, and the other is a left side wiht one less bowl cover bolthole.
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    3K-B or 3K-D jetting

    u have to buy 2 kits I cna confirm this is all correct, you ignore labels on ebay listings. Just look for that part number, it is for the twin carb on the following cars
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    3K-B or 3K-D jetting

    take this as gospel from the toyota parts list diagrams for twin 3KB carbs fitted to 1974 KE75 http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/1974/corolla-trueno/ke35l-ksb/5_161230_046_/tool-engine-fuel/2103_carburetor#21251 primary main 0.83 X2 Secondary Main 1.26 X2 (dissarees with previous rollaclub figure of 1.4) Slow Jet 0.44 X2 Power Jet 0.55. This is tthe carb assembly. http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/1974/corolla-trueno/ke35l-ksb/5_161230_046_/tool-engine-fuel/2102_carburetor-assembly And the kit you are after is part number 04211-24070 for sale on ebay for 50 bucks. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Carburetor-Repair-Kit-Fits-Toyota-Corolla-KE30-E30-KE35-KE36-KE50-3K-3KC-/111874239684
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    3K-B or 3K-D jetting

    bugger i accidently bought that kit for my 4k in philippines, but can't remember what the jets were. i didnt end up using them coz they were wrong and caused a massive idle and low RPM power problem. I remember that they were all relitively close to the follwoing 3K-C&H figures from the K series handbook: 3KC&H Primary jets: MAIN 1.05mm, SECONDARY 1.41 mm Slow jet, 0.47 Power Jet 0.8 4KC PRimary Jets: MAIN1.1mm, SECONDARY 1.53 Slow jet, 0.53 Power Jet 0.8 so the 3K B it that i got, in the orange box, had something simialr to those 3kC sizes, but i think the major difference is the B Primary MAIN jet is ever so slightly bigger than the C (california emmisions) Dual carb is actually 3K-B according to wikiedia. but according to us here at rollaclub, buth B and D are dual carb. and according to rollaclub, these twin carbs use Primary 0.84 Secondary 1.4
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    3K-B or 3K-D jetting

    bugger i accidently bought that kit for my 4k in philippines, but can't remember what the jets were. i didnt end up using them coz they were wrong and caused a massive idle and low RPM power problem. I remember that they were all relitively close to the follwoing 3K-C&H figures from the K series handbook: 3KC&H Primary jets: MAIN 1.05mm, SECONDARY 1.41 mm Slow jet, 0.47 Power Jet 0.8 4KC PRimary Jets: MAIN1.1mm, SECONDARY 1.53 Slow jet, 0.53 Power Jet 0.8 so the 3K B it that i got, in the orange box, had something simialr to those 3kC sizes, but i think the major difference is the B Primary MAIN jet is ever so slightly bigger than the C (california emmisions)
  8. hahah so it could be anywhere between the front and rear of the car :P
  9. Your selling your shoes in order to eat?? Mate from across the pond, that sucks. Like banjo said, inspect everywhere near the exhaust, it does show similar symptoms like a swinging wire or something heat related near the exhaust. I have personally experienced it, and it was a bit intermittent so didn't always cause a problem. Mine didn't have any such fuse so it would just bog down then cause the negative battery terminal to become insulated and unconductive till i wiggled it again, leading me to think the source of the problem was the negative battery terminal haha. This went on for a month before I found the intermittently melting field wire on the bottom of the exhaust flange. Electrical circuitry faults are a difficult thing to diagnose. If u can get one experienced person with a multimeter to just look at it, that may be the difference between throwing money at it, and actually coming to a conclusion. But check that exhaust area first.
  10. the other big culprit of this sort of thing is water. I know the issue well unfortunately. Water getting into a connector usually sits there and conducts enough between suply and earth to blow a fuse. I don't know the KE20 at all, but "HEAT GEN" soudns to me like, heater blower motor, and Generator, meaning the alternator field exciter. perhasp just check the alternator connector isnt full of water, or melted up against the exhaust.
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    ae 92 fuel pump pressure

    It seems there is a little confusion over the FPR's role. In a non turbo it keeps the pressure constant all the time. In The AGZE, it does this, up until boost where then increases pressure. So u shouldnt realy see an increase untill ur actually driving, or on a dyno, or really really stabbing the throttle.
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    Manual conversion 5k Carina?!

    So u have a 5k yeh? Carinas came with the 5kj at some point, and had a T50 transmission connected with a K-T bell housing. Very rare according to our wiki, and 8 confirm that by searching the part number on the official parts database. 31111-12060available on 5KJ (J for Japan) engines only and about 1983 - 1988 corona, carina and corola. http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/jp/1983/carina-fr/ka67v-axmfsw/6_221130_036_/powertrain-chassis/3302_clutch-housing-transmission-case-mtm?pnn=31111&pa=3111112060
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    ae 92 fuel pump pressure

    the fuel pressure gets lower when vacuum drops?? vacuum drops when load is applied or throttle is opened. u sure of that, or am i thinking something wrong?
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    ae 92 fuel pump pressure

    33-40 psi at idle 38-40psi pump on, engine off.
  15. For anyone who got too frustrated, and just asked the parts store to look at each piston, sorry that this was too late. This should probably go on the wiki page. Ask me for the xl file with the data. Not totally finished yet, but what i have done is confirmed correct. Sources: japan-parts.eu (some incorrect data verified by other sources) Precision intl (pictures) Alibaba (good source of cheap Chinese exporters with product photos) rollaclub (images) ebay (people selling new products in boxes with part numbers) JCC Pistons (Dimensions) http://www.jcc-tw.com/en/