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Old 11-27-2016, 05:59 AM   #61
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Old 11-27-2016, 07:50 AM   #62
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pretty cool progression! i did a 4 year stint in japan myself (yokosuka). brought back an hr30 skyline. i shoulda grabbed some engines too lol.

love the videos too, nicely done. looking fwd to the swap!

....lmk if you wanna sell that NA intake pipe lol

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Old 11-27-2016, 11:20 AM   #63
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Them wheels tho
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Old 11-27-2016, 01:21 PM   #64
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pretty cool progression! i did a 4 year stint in japan myself (yokosuka). brought back an hr30 skyline. i shoulda grabbed some engines too lol.

love the videos too, nicely done. looking fwd to the swap!

....lmk if you wanna sell that NA intake pipe lol
You want the intake manifold or the intake piping to the manifold? Because the manifold I'm prob going to use ha. Rotating the intake on my 207 for front mount.

Japan was wonderful and I'm already trying to go back haha. I want a jzx100 to bring home next time though.
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I was surprised when the owner ended up being an older gentleman rather than a young kid with those walmart chromies haha. The TE37's will make up for it, but the steeliness will help it roll around for a while.
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Old 12-13-2016, 06:56 AM   #67
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This past weekend we braved the 26* morning temps to get started on the major teardown. The engine and transmission are out, felt pretty quick. The automatic trans gave me a bit more of a headache than I was anticipating. I would like to never mess with one of those ever again. But it is out and at its new home. This week/weekend I hope to get the rear end out, the rest of the dash out so that I can remove the harness, and start swapping more of the corner pieces (suspension, hubs, brakes, LCA's, etc.) I think making some forward progress for a change will get me motivated. I keep going back and forth about even pressing with this. I haven't had other obligations before on projects, so its strange to me to be taking my time and not rushing to get the project done. But I will press.

No pics this go around because RS25 is being stupid and I've maxed my attachments and I cant seem to just insert pictures like before. If anyone knows a way around this I can get back to posting goodies. If not, ill just throw a link to my photo album in the 1st post.

Happy holidays everyone.
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I was just looking for the intake pipe/arm from throttle body to box is all. I want to get rid of the torque box thing on my car lol
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Awesome project!
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I was just looking for the intake pipe/arm from throttle body to box is all. I want to get rid of the torque box thing on my car lol
Everything drivetrain wise that was taken off the car went with the new owner to drop into his vehicles. Sorry.
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