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1992 Toyota Celica

ST184R COUPE

$4000 - 2006

ENGINE:

5SFZE

2.2ltr

6.9L/100km

Manufactured NOV92

CAI:

Pod attaching to s/c.

SUSPENSION:

Re-bushed stock struts lowered King Springs.

BC BR series coilovers, awaiting delivery

EXHAUST:

Hurricane 4-2-1 Extractors, high flow cat, hotdog muffler, 2" aluminium piping, onto a 2.5"Zetti Cannon.

CLUTCH / BRAKES:

Stock callipers resprayed red and black.

HD Exedy Racing clutch

Protex brake pads(had bendix)

Slotted DBA rotors

KM:

Bought with 179,000km

Broke speedo on 242,374km in 2009.

Two blown gaskets resulting from previous owner, heating probs, oil leaks, drive shaft issues and a rebuild now estimating a minimum 320,000km on 08/09/2011.

Blew lower end on the dyno 18/12/2010 244,000kms fresh rebuild/ new internals.

REPAIRED/REPLACED:

(this is for future reference)

Radiator and hoses

Power steering pump/rack

Rocker seal gasket

Sump seals

Water pump

Alternator

Distributor

Plug Leads

Heater hoses

Injectors

Fuel rail

Head gasket (2x)

Gearbox reconditioned

Drive shafts, c/v's, bearings, bushes.(all x3)

Master brake cyclinder

Belts

Warped rotors

Panel work front bar & fenders.

Interior Electrical issues

Worn out struts

Tyres/rims

kit off

new 500cc injectors replacing the 315cc ma70's

EXTERIOR:

Drift water temp adapter

New custom made stainless intake pipe with right angled silicone piping

Turbosmart Blow Off Valve

Semi stock in appearance, kit has been removed, car got a respray.

rear spoiler had sides taken off and bogged up

Rims:

[17" low profile 215/45/17 gold black and white Zenetti's]

INTERIOR:

TRD boost gauge

SAAS Water temp Gauge

SAAS Oil Pressure gauge

Wheel: MOMO black sports wheel

Horns: I have 2. The stock one and i installed a set of 3x 120db Airhorns attached to a NOS flip switch on the dash.

Why you ask?... because most Queenslanders are the worst drivers in Aus and im fed up of repairing panels.

SOUND SYSTEM:

Head unit: Green and black Pioneer cd/usb/aux/1x rca output 4x55.

Front: POLK audio 4" 3 ways

Rear:POLK audio 6" 3ways

Sub:2x 12" 1000w Sony Explode

Amp:1000w Boss Audio

800rms 2 way amp

OTHER:

40cm blue neons under dash.- Disconnected

FUTURE PLANS:

... to be continued...

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I went out bought everything to paint it, however, due to my job i ranout of time, as putting this kit on i found it was probably originally made for the wide body then later shaped to fit (very badly) the narrow body, so wasted like 4 days putting this thing on myself and didnt get the chance to re fibre certain places, go over the rivets, eurathane it on permanently, nor paint it due to ***** weather :angry: >.<

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Hey Kirius, certainly a pretty big project you've got on the go there :) The new wheels look a lot better than the old chromies, and I do like the front end of that kit. Good luck getting it all fixed up properly and painted. What's next on the agenda?

(and yes, your signature piccie is far too big, please at least halve it :))

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Hideous....

I am sorry but a set of rims and slam it and you would have had a winner.........

lose the bodykit.....lose the neons and keep it clean and simple.....tooooo much rice!

But hey, thats just one persons opinion...others may disagree.

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Traaaaansformers, Robots as Celicas

Sorry, I really have a natural annoyance for body kits and scissor doors on small cars.. the rims I like though.

Body kits (especially fibre glass ones) just start to flake and break after a few months, hence we I don't like them.

I think Scissor doors and Body kits looks decent on VIP style cars like Accord Euros and BMers etc. cars with plenty of room.

But hey, ten points for being daring and different.

Looking forward to seeing more :clap:

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Hey Kirius, certainly a pretty big project you've got on the go there :) The new wheels look a lot better than the old chromies, and I do like the front end of that kit. Good luck getting it all fixed up properly and painted. What's next on the agenda?

(and yes, your signature piccie is far too big, please at least halve it :))

No prob, sig deleted.

Ta for the feedback, next near time thing is a hd clutch extractors and bigger cams

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I understand.

my car is a bit out there. But im working on it.

Hey did any of you guys see dragon performances article on their midnight project rx7

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I will have some extractors available in the next couple of months and good luck finding cams.

;)

http://www.webcamsha...a_celica_(91-99)_-_mr_2_(90-92)_-_camry_(91-01)_5_sfe_dohc_16v.html

Link doesnt work, but i know you can get them, they aren't available in Aus, and cost a bit from the US.

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Hideous....

I am sorry but a set of rims and slam it and you would have had a winner.........

lose the bodykit.....lose the neons and keep it clean and simple.....tooooo much rice!

But hey, thats just one persons opinion...others may disagree.

I agree with him, not being an ***** but yeh to much rice, an idea i could give you is get the gt4 bonnet kits and bar's and will look sweet!@ with the new rims.

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I'd be willing to take your extractors off ya when u decide to sell them ;)

Once I get the turbo manifold and turbo on they will be up for sale.

Forgive my stupidity, but we run the same engines dont we? :ph34r:

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I'd be willing to take your extractors off ya when u decide to sell them ;)

Once I get the turbo manifold and turbo on they will be up for sale.

Forgive my stupidity, but we run the same engines dont we? :ph34r:

you sure do, trent is turboing his, so once he has the turbo setup finished his extractors would be available :)

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Sure do, I wouldn't have offered them otherwise. Just to add to what Mick said, yes I am going turbo, but not using the stock engine.

Awesome, how long have you been working on that?

And thanks again for that clutch mick, your a legend :-]

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Sure do, I wouldn't have offered them otherwise. Just to add to what Mick said, yes I am going turbo, but not using the stock engine.

Awesome, how long have you been working on that?

And thanks again for that clutch mick, your a legend :-]

I've lost count

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