Jump to content
nedic

Ke30 Sr20det Finally In

Recommended Posts

Hey guys i just finished putting my shortened commodore diff and commodore disks in my ke30 corolla. The engine thats going in this car is a sr20de+t from a s15 and a s14 gearbox. All the mounts have also been made up and the motor has just been taken out for paint, will post pics up of that when the motor goes back in. I jusyt realised after i took all the photos that i didnt take one with the calipers on. I'll take some more photos of the car's progress, like when i put the new fuel lines and motor and gearbox back in. I just got my fuel lines back after having them made up. I got 3/8 bundy, i got them to follow the exact bends of the standard line. The side by side shot shows what a difference in size it is.

 

I;ve just posted some pics up of the engine fitted, fuel lines in, my engine mount and the gearbox crossmember. the car is turbo'd the air filter is just there to stop dirt getting in the plenum until i fit the turbo and manifold. Also the crossmember mount was completely welded at time of photo it was only tacked in however its all welded up now so let me know if anyone wants a photo.

DSC01968.JPG

motor fitted

 

DSC01969.JPG

left engine mount

 

DSC01970.JPG

gearbox crossmember

 

DSC01971.JPG

fuel lines fitted

fuel%20lines%202.JPG

fuel lines

fuel%20lines%201.JPG

Fuel lines

caliper%20bracket.JPG

Caliper Bracket

commo%20diff.JPG

Commodore Diff

diff%20in.JPG

Commodore Diff In

disk%20comparison.JPG

Disk Comparrison, Guess which is the corolla one haha

disk%20on.JPG

Disk in the strut

machined%20hub%20and%20bearing.JPG

Machined hub with corolla bearings

Edited by nedic

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Members dont see this ad

Hey man lookin good. :) :( :y: I think the commo brakes will keep you very happy. :D

 

Probably a bit late now but for the sr20de+t it is better to use the s13 motor as these have 9.5:1 comp which is still fairly turbo friendly. The s14 ones are 10:1, so watch your tuning and boost.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

for the price that i managed to get this s15 motor with low k's on it it worked out cheaper for me to go this way. I don't plan on running more then 10 psi on high boost and I'm going to get it very safely tuned. But i know of alot more people who are running motors like this with alot more boost and still have now dramas. Plus the high comp will bring boost on quicker. Well thats then plan anyway.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

hey mate, i got my diff shortened here in sydney at a place called craft diffs. Because me and my mate both got ours done together, paying cash, we managed to get a massive saving, it came to 1250 cash each. Which included the shortening, mini spool and 4.11 gears. If you do wanna get it done through there ask for Red, great bloke and really looked after us

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

just for some info a rn10-13 diff is the right width maybe 15mm to wide not even a problem but. All you need to do is put the rolla spring mounts on to the diff and your laughing. I did mine bearing in mind i completely rebuilt the centre and installed a $990 detroit centre and i payed a over priced $400 for the diff, it cost me $1850 (5 stud hilux/faLCON PATTERN)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi mate i like your car I'm sure ive seen it in my area before I'm from bankstown way, love the engine choice i was going to go the same way s15 sr20 , but i decided to go with FJ20 instead.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Hi mate i like your car I'm sure ive seen it in my area before I'm from bankstown way, love the engine choice i was going to go the same way s15 sr20 , but i decided to go with FJ20 instead.

 

 

nah mate it wasnt my car, my car is still getting built. I'll have the pick of the engine mounts and gearbox cross member tommorrow

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I love your work. Where did you get the front discs done , and what model commo did they come off? Please keep us in the loop , it sounds great. Can't wait to hear what your quater

mile times will be .

 

Ben Dover

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I love your work. Where did you get the front discs done , and what model commo did they come off? Please keep us in the loop , it sounds great. Can't wait to hear what your quater

mile times will be .

 

Ben Dover

 

there is place called romeo engineering at prestons. Take him a vr commodore disk and some corolla bearings and he will make them fit.

 

cheers

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
there is place called romeo engineering at prestons. Take him a vr commodore disk and some corolla bearings and he will make them fit.

 

cheers

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

hey ben dover, the master cylinder is out of a pajero part number JB1762. it will bolt up to ke30 boosters but not ke55.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
hey ben dover, the master cylinder is out of a pajero part number JB1762. it will bolt up to ke30 boosters but not ke55.

 

You have no idea how much that helps, thank you.

 

I have a KE 36 wagon , so far i have replaced the diff with one out of an AE 71 wagon to change the diff ratio, the 4 speed box was replaced for a 5 speed. KE 55 rear drums etc. I am dying to replace

the tired 3K with the 4age and 5 speed box out of any AE 86 but had no Idea how to stop it !

You have just solved that problem for me.

 

Thank you

 

Ben Dover

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...

×
×
  • Create New...