corollaart

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    Club motor sport motorkhanas,khanacross,rally
    or did i mention rallying.
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    rob

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  1. The only service that we could use is australia post . The post code is 2350 ,we have some large companys here but they don't want to no you unless you have a acccount with them. As well we are in the back (blocks ) here not being close to the major cities. If your keen to give it a go pm your full address and we will see if it gets there ha ha. rob
  2. I would have one a 4k out of old engine under the bench. You can have it ,postage would be a killer !!! Let me no if your interested. rob
  3. Thanks guys for all the input so far,things are going ok so far !! The next question is we are going to run 2 switches one for each set of lights (2spot 2 broad beam) We need to be able to turn off the spot beams if need be (fog etc) and from memory this a road worthy thing. The question being can i pick up the high beam power from inside the car ?and run to switch then back to relay? Or run it from the back of head light in thru the fire wall then back to relay? Or find high beam power in the factory fuse box then run it thru the switch? Remembering we will be doubling up on any choice.Not sure if this circuit will have a huge load on it ?? Meaning can i jam 2 wires on the back of the head light hi beam or where ever we get the high beam power from? HATE WIRING !!! going to drink beer now Rob
  4. Hi Banjo The lights will be convention type not led or any thing to expensive ,because we no what could happen to them !! The battery is in the front of car still very close to lights . I was just bit stumped about the relays with 87a and 87 but Justin sorted me out on that . If you look on epay heaps of relays for cheap but they don't tell you that most are change over relays not normally open so you would buy 10 five pin relays that would be in reallity only be able to use as 4 pin.as 87a would be useless.? (MY TAKE ON IT ?) This is not on the corolla but a mighty excel!!!! the corolla is put away for the winter. cheers any way banjo
  5. Thanks Justin,so the best way would be to grab a couple of 5 pin relays with 2 x 87 only pins. No 87a .? I'm using heavy 7 core wire and plug to connect the pod to car ,your thoughts on this? Thanks again for help as always Rob
  6. Question lads or Banjo. So I;m wiring up son inlaws rally car for driving lights x4 in a pod set up ,I;m going to use a trailer plug so that we can still open the bonnet (7 pin) I;m going to use two 4 pin relays and wire them as 2 seperate circuits. Can i use pin 87 to run two driving lights?or use a 5 pin and hook each light to 87 and 87a ? rob
  7. Do all of the above ,then give it a compression test . This will tell you if your engine is needing rings ,thus causing all this blow by.
  8. Brilliant job Ryan love it!!!! One question are these things common over there? Like are they at the wreakers or have they all been crushed,it seems that all the hot rod shows from the us you can find just about any model muscle car you that takes your fance. Here in au most have now been crushed ,well the wreakers here see no value in them. There still hiding in sheds and now and then a good one turns up usually way over priced and wanting a lot of work. Nice work rob
  9. Dave if you look at that pic quickly . It looks very much like them very popular datsuns (1600). Sort of cool but not. rob
  10. Great work Phil ,you have some nice parts there!!! Should turn out a great car. Rob
  11. These guys drink to much tea!!! They are very talented fabricators,love watching this stuff even if it not corolla. rob
  12. MARCH!!! :drinks:
  13. Great work Craig ,i thought i seen this for sale?on some site . Removing the front seat cross member is good idea ,i had trouble getting the front seats low enough and back . Do you compensate as far as strength goes. Or do the rhs seat mount make up for this ? Keep up the good work rob
  14. Well if you still need to no ,the charge light wire is the yellow/white at alternator end. The sence pin to alt positive (the big red one).S The L pin to original charge light wire (yellow-white) The i PIN TO 12V SWITCHED. Just a note on the main alt wire to battery replace it with some thing bigger than the original ,mine fryed the wire.
  15. It will need to be converted,has been done many times . This guy has done it all and his parts are good. http://www.sq-engineering.com/tech-articles/4age-20v-rwd-conversion