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 Post subject: My Gt-4 celica 1990
PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:13 am 
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This is my Toyota Celica Gt4 from 1990

It have been in rebuild since 2005. hope you enjoy

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We have done few things to it last years here is my list


carcept spoiler kit and roof spoiler
diamon cut front lights with Angel Eyes
19"milla miglia rims+ 225/35X19 michelin ps2 tires

interior is mostly original
There are 19 pioneer speakers
And I´ve added 3 gauges, for boost, oil and gasoline pressure

Brakes
breimbo disks
almost every thing new in the drivetrain, gear box and rear diff.

whiteline Lightweight Polished Alloy Strut Brace - Front - Adjustable
whiteline Lightweight Polished Alloy Strut Brace - Rear
whiteline Rear 20mm anti roll bar - complete with bushes - 3 position adjustable

Engine is 3sgte
Bored 0.20 over
JE Forged Piston
eagle h beam
Ferrea's new Pro Series Titanium Retainers
Ferrea Spring Seat Locators
Ferrea Valve Lock Kits
hks Gasket
hks camshafts 272 in and out
rossmachine racing manifold with 70mm mustang throttle body
arp Cylinder Head stud kit
arp Flywheel Bolt Kit
arp Conrod Bolt Kit
arpMain Bearing Bolt Kit
aem Alluminium Adjustable Cam Gears
greddy tímareim
msd kveikju kerfi+ kertaþræðir ngk Iridium Sparkplugs
xtd prolite flywheel
xtd racing stage 3 clutch
Blitz/Fensport Dumpvalve complete kit
samco sport Silicone Radiator hose kit
Front Mounted Intercooler Kit+
aem Standalone engine management
Zeitronix Wideband controller
supru fuel pump
850cc side feed injector
Adjustable fuel pressure regulator,
fuel rail upgrade
turbo manifolder Garrett gt 3076r wg turbo+3" Exhaust
og Moroso Drag Race Pan

I am probably forgeting some thing,
and here ar sem pics

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:22 am 
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very nice!!!


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:07 pm 
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vry nice indeed.... should have clocked your turbo though ;-)

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:49 pm 
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:shock: niiiiiiiiiicce!
spotted - Moroso oil pan :)

:P Where did you get the 'rossmachine racing manifold' from?

Haven't I seen this over on the GT4DC Swiss site :wink:

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Nice work!

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:52 am 
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Muddy Water wrote:
:P Where did you get the 'rossmachine racing manifold' from?


They probably got it from here:
http://www.rossmachineracing.com/2ndmr2mani.html

or from mr2oc.com as a 2nd hand unit

Nice setup julliæ

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Diceman wrote:
vry nice indeed.... should have clocked your turbo though ;-)




Why is it better to clock my turbo ?

We took the motor out of the Car yesterday because of vacum leak with the intake manifold and oil leak somewhere arond the manifold.
And because the car is smoking like hell when he is running 1000 rpm, does some one here know why it can be ??
We maybe think that the turbo is damaged, but this is a new turbo, I have only drivin it about 300 km when i was pre running the car.. ?

It is posible that you have seen this car in some swiss side from the previus owner, and he bought the oilpan

I haven´t been doing anything in my car for last 2 months before yesterday and he have been in standind inside the toyota dealership here in my town
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And I got my sel some reading for the winter :)


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 7:29 pm 
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When we took the motor out we did break this sensor, does someone know what sensor this is ?

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and here is one photo of my other Toyota project, toyota starlet 1980

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:01 pm 
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Nice work!

I believe the sensor you are referring to is the knock sensor, but hopefully someone with better knowledge will confirm it.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:11 pm 
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It's the knock sensor :(

You couldn't have picked a more expensive one to break if you tried......


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Should be a ready supply of secondhand knock sensors with the number of 185's being broken.

(185 knock sensors have a different plug fitting. Appear to be electrically the same but not confirmed in the light of recent ECU knock sensing investigations.)

Looks a stunning car. I can see why it has pride of place in the dealership :)

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 8:30 am 
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I ordered new knock sensor yesterday,
also I ordered new polyurethan motormounts,clear cam gear cover and some other stuff :)

We have been thinking of how we can move the radiator so we can have shorter intercooler pipes, any ideas ?

And Diceman you where talking about to clock the turbo how should I do that ? any pictures ?

I´ll bring some pictures in next days

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it is worth having a look at pics in my project thread -
http://gt4dc.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php? ... ight=arsey

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:32 pm 
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Diceman wrote:
it is worth having a look at pics in my project thread -
http://gt4dc.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php? ... ight=arsey


Thank you for good threat, we are going to clock the turbine, like you did :)

If you have some more good devices than please tell me :)

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:54 am 
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Well,

we have been workin alot in my car for last week, this is how he is right now :)

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And one photo when I was painting the small parts black yesterday

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We are going to paint inside of the car because i saw rust, and in the engine room, and start puting the engine back in the car this weekend..
I´ll be posting some photos

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