sr86 drift project 2010

Thread in 'Project Cars and Builds Threads' started by wallycam, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. wallycam

    wallycam Member

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    well people,said id stick my project up for next years drift season,been at this a while now but finishin off the apprentiship put it on hold for a while,finishing tat up in 2 weeks so hopefully will get a gud bit done,after tat.

    the idea always was to go full rebuild and a sr20 ,just didnt no when,one came up at very right money so went with with it,the idea is to keep the car as light as possible,have all fiber glass panels,doors ,wings,etc,so far the car is full sprayed and seam welded underneath,pockets removed etc,,

    hoping to hav the car ready for next years season money premiting of course[​IMG],so ers a few pics to keep ye going ,ill take as much pics as am going along,anyways ers some pics to keep ye going:thumbs:
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    going using s13 lower arms for tat extra bit of track
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    modified subframe to suite sr20
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    the sr waiting patiently:(
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    boot floor removed for fuel cell
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    ae86 wishbones vs s13 ones
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    shell now fully sprayed in a white a had made up[​IMG]
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    just a few random pics after the year to:thumbs:
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  2. wallycam

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    got the engine bay and inside fully painted and laqured this evenin,so hopefully will get the engine and box dropped in by the weekend:thumbs:, yall hav to bear wit me people this project might take a while:confused:
     
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    really nice looking project uv coming along there mate:thumbs:
     
  4. wallycam

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    cheers man:thumbs:,hopefully will be ready for march all going well, money premitting of coures haha:cry:
     
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    Hey lad
    some nice work there:thumbs:
    Keep us up dated
     
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    Best of luck with Wally ;)
     
  7. wallycam

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    small bit of a update peoples,dropped the engine and box in yesterday,its neary sitting 100% just a few small tweeks and ill be happy eres a few pics
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    also a gearbox mount am working on
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    am happy enough wit were the shifter is positioned a gud bit further back tan orginal but it will be fine
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    tats all for now folks gonna start working on putting all the bits back together and sorting the roll cage out,:thumbs:
     
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    plenty of progress lad, well done keep it up:thumbs:
     
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    quality work mate, should be a real sweet motor once built, look foward to the next update.
     
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    will this yolk be road legal
    are ya tryin to have it ready for the mayo cruise??
     
  11. wallycam

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    its regestered all rit,but its just purely a drift track car for the last 2 years:thumbs:ya never no ya might get away wit slappin the plates back on haha:nod:
     
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    cheers for all the comments lads,helps to get stuck into it with the gud feedback:thumbs:
     
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    looking well lad..what power are you hoping to get out of her?? standard power wud be plenty with a car that light!! especially with all the fiberglass panels. keep up the good work.
     
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    cheers man,well was gonna go for round the 350bhp mark but might just try it with 1bar boost,uprated, manifold,downpipe etc.. few small mods just to see how it goes:thumbs:ya its defo gonna be really light even the light weight fiberglass doors are gone on a diet haha:D
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    havnt done a lot with the car lately,work is very slack so funds are on a go slow at the mo[​IMG],but just a small update,car is now starting,and seems to be running fine ecu isnt showing up any fault codes either so its all gud[​IMG]

    fitted and hav sprayed the roll cage its nearly 100% finished just hav to fit x bars for the fiberglass doors being fitted
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    most of the main wiring is finished, bar gauges lights etc,but the main parts are done,fitted my new switch panel with push button start,
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    also have moved the battery to behind the passenger seat,just made a simple steel tray for it ,it does the job[​IMG]
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    fitted the thrust oil cooler along with the relocation kit,will be handy change the filter anyway[​IMG]
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    fitted the oil catch tank as well just hav to plum it in waitin on pipein
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    just put the bonnet on to see how it fitted with the sr being higher than the 4age,the vent in the bonnet goes down at a fair angle,its catchin the rocker cover ,so hav two options can take a small bit off the vent or raise the shit out of the bonnet ha[​IMG]
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    also working on the lock sutiation,have the battle version 2 lock kit fitted also ps knuckles and s13 wishbones so should make for a intresting amount of lock[​IMG]
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    started work on the litace axle tir i had to ,converting it to discs brakes and going weldin the diff,hopefully it will do till i can afford the vannette axle
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    next jod weld the biatch[​IMG]
     
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    PeterT fuck diffin.

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    cool as feck, fuck me that lock looks like its going to be impressive!
     
  17. wallycam

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    cheers man:thumbs:,lock will be reduced when it sitts down on its wheels but not by an awful lot,my main prob might be the steering getting stuck on lock well just hav to wait and see:D
     
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    well lad your doing serious work will it be ready for march :confused:
     
  19. wallycam

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    well man,i dont no all depends on the funds right now its not lookin good:cry: but am gonna do my best to hav her ready:confused:
     
  20. Paz

    Paz -NIGHTSPIRIT FAMILY- UK Drift Since 2001

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    Just run less caster, youve got alot there in that pic, back it off to about +2.5 deg and it'll rarely go over centre/lock out.
     

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