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  1. 1430cc 73mm 4k crank 79mm forged OS pistons Forged rods 4k block 3k bigport head TRD head chamber profile OS SS 1pc valves HD matched valve springs Special guides Light port Arp head stud conversion kit Custom fibre head gasket x2 Vernier adjustable timing dual row Vernier cam cover plate on timing cover High volume oil pump Baffled sump Chromoly lightweight flywheel HD modified fibre clutch Electric recurve dizzy (no recurve yet) Comp 11:1 static Reground camshaft mild Variety of cams can be used Twin carb match ported manifold Needs carbs and exhaust to suit cam Solex 40's and redline exhaust available Parts and machining over 6k Brand new, minor assembly needed Build for race and rally Reliable build Professionally machined Probably some other things... Offers around 4k considered Pickup Brisbane Possible shipping interstate
  2. New been in storage, never used. Federal 595 rsr 195/50/15. Silver with polished lip, looks awesome. Comes with full set of nuts and centre caps. Brisbane. After quick sale suits a lot of older jap rwd cars.
  3. Sorry actually sold the interior and the guy never paid up which was a bit rough. The plan was to make 4 door cards and a rear seat panel out of an aluminum sheet and paint em black for quick removal if needed but never got to it.
  4. Ideal for worked k motor or engine conversion using mounting kits sold on here or just put a 5k in it...
  5. Car is on Brisbane Northside and looking to make some space for a new project soon. This is an excellent base to start with and great condition considering its age. Comes with brand new saas adr bucket seats fully fitted and 4 point clip in harnesses which were about a grand. No rego or roady but was registered before doing work on it.
  6. KE70 corolla Street / Race / Rally project car $1000 without seats $1500 with new bucket seats and harnesses $500 for new bucket seats and mounting kit and harnesses Negotiable. Must bring car trailer or tow truck. Stock car from factory, one owner for most of its life. Bought as a clean car as possible for a project car base. 4kc Motor Manual 250k approx 4 DR Red Project progress: Search for best car available Inspect, service and test drive Strip interior and tar with dry ice, then paint floor in matching red colour Fit ADR bucket seats, mounting kit and 4 point harnesses Fit csx 13" alloy wheels to allow wider performance tyres Fit electric fuel pump Fit new steering wheel Nothing else has been modified, removed or pulled apart as far as I know. 4kc motor was removed to build a "monster k motor" with no expense spared, but that will be listed separately for sale, engine bay wires etc were well tagged. Windscreen needs replacement but they are cheap and easy to swap out, maybe a few other small issues for a car of that age but you wont find many in this condition and care. I would rather not sell and complete this car but have other cars to complete. This car has much the same base as an AE86 and so many aftermarket parts can be used to upgrade this car including motor, gearbox, suspension, brakes and diff sometimes with small modifications to suit. Also engine conversion and gearbox kits are available for a few other motors. This is a very light car at approx 900kg, rear wheel drive, easy to work on and simple. Parts are cheap and it is easy to build this into what you want. Very difficult to buy any recent cars that are the right platform to build something up like this. This is an ideal car platform to build what you want Street / Race / Rally / Drift ^^^This is the listing on ebay obviously rolla members know all the good stuff about ke70's already!
  7. Ok so there was a member request for KE corolla weights from the old "Qld Code of Practice - Light Motor Vehicles" I have dusted off the old book and taken a few pages regarding the KE rolla weights and some relevant pre/post pages, https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/07/11/queensland-code-of-practice-selected-pages/ The unlock: corolla These selected pages are for engine swaps regarding vehicle weights for both pre - approved swaps and weight based swaps. Note the page numbers as this is not an extract page after page, its separate relevant pages as needed.
  8. Ok so there was a member request for KE corolla weights from the old "Qld Code of Practice - Light Motor Vehicles" I have dusted off the old book and taken a few pages regarding the KE rolla weights and some relevant pre/post pages, https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/07/11/queensland-code-of-practice-selected-pages/ The unlock: corolla These selected pages are for engine swaps regarding vehicle weights for both pre - approved swaps and weight based swaps. Note the page numbers as this is not an extract page after page, its separate relevant pages as needed.
  9. Don't worry about the rears, do the fronts first if not done already... and then rears are almost just for drift hydro handbrake antics. Would suggest to convert to ae86 front setup first with brake upgrade for ae86 and then later do t series diff conversion which allows lsd options and drum to disc options... Suspension options also open up with ae86 fronts / t series rear end for more performance...
  10. Nice to see the updates rolling in :) With the oil temps you want to keep it hot enough burn off the water so above 100 deg c really but once you hit around 120 deg c it seems you start to degrade the oil. Keep in mind these would be sender/gauge temps and the oil would vary in temp internally, ie be a lot hotter say 130 deg or more in some places. I think you also have to consider the viscosity and oil quality as well as thicker oil and better quality may allow higher readings but 120 deg c gauge should be a good upper limit to start with. There are a lot a articles on aircraft engines discussing oil temps, there was a graph that every 10 deg c over the specified upper limit degrades the oil life in half which was interesting...
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