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About SloRolla

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    I'm livin' in the 70s

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  1. Cheers for the reply Taz, I've been using this as a guide piston ring clearance: Ring End Gap: Top compression ring 0.10-0.28mmLower compression Ring: 0.15-0.30mmOil ring: 0.2-0.7mmRing clearance in groove:Top compression ring: 0.03mm-0.07mmLower compression ring: 0.09-0.06mm not sure if that's good or not, what kind of gapping would you recommend? yeah I've seen those, I might have to resort to them. Or else scab around work and see what I can get. Cheers fellas
  2. Hey guys! So while i'm building my 5k, I have gotten to the point of putting the pistons in. I'm using 40 thou over and rings to suit. However, when I compress them with the tool, it doesn't compress right round equally. and so when I try and lighty tap them into the cylinder they instantly bind. Is this a common problem or am I doing something wrong? I've gapped them to their spec. (Everything is well lubed up and this is how I do it at work and no problems) Cheers!
  3. Dude that's baller, looks tops!
  4. A guy also posted 2 hours ago, on the rollaclub facebook page. $250
  5. I had a great time at my first Toyota Nationals. Everyone was super friendly and a really good time! In other news, I got my new carbs. I think they're stunning! I also bought a 5 speed that is currently sitting at my grandmothers place ready to be picked up!
  6. I've got some custom ones basically the same, however. I haven't got the brake line clamp thing on the strut, how well does it sit down that low? because my thread for the coils goes quite a way down
  7. I swear you fellas have the best fun
  8. So I got a pretty good deal on a parts car, all this for the amout of $0!!!
  9. current situation, been cleaning up the head to get it off to the machinist, and carbs are being rebuilt in the next few weeks I also got some front coilovers for a steal, if anyone wants some ke70 camber-tops I've got some to sell.
  10. Yeah the oil worked wonders, Made it quite easy to get out
  11. Hey Banjo, and everyone. I finally got it out. It was my turn at welding so don't mind the horrendous welds, but I was strong enough to crack it.
  12. Hey there Banjo, unfortunately I haven't had time to get the bolt out as of yet, but. I think i'm going to heat the bottom of the block a little then weld a nut or 2 on the top and hopefully be able to crack it that way
  13. Hey again banjo! Thanks for the reply once again I thought of welding a few nuts onto it and using a socket, but as you said. I don't want to risk it snapping into the block, as it seems pretty damn stuck. Cheers man!
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