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Old 04-16-2013, 01:55 PM   #21
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From one Colby to another, sweet truck!
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Old 04-16-2013, 01:57 PM   #22
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Old 04-16-2013, 04:47 PM   #23
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I made the hood and fit lexus emblems in the grill glassed the door panel inserts and center dash vents installed 3 gauges there. Custom interior I did everything by myself I have 2 trophys for it but every show around his is muscle cars and a lot people don't realize the detail I have in it there are no chipped up bolts body is straight color sanded it for 4hrs n 2 days worth of buffing it was perfect when I finished it but then I bought my house n it got scratched and beat up moving it. I'm still going to cut the bed jack it out weld it n straighten it to tuck the mt's how I want them . And that is a 30 spline 79 toyota axle with 4.10s n limited slip and disc brakes its also 4in shorter than stock.
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:15 AM   #24
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Ok so I think I'm going to pull the trigger on the 200LB 9in coils with air shocks or progressive bump stops. I also have my fuel cell located where the spare tire use to be (12gal)

Just a list of parts on the truck
Ported 1jz vvti head
2jz ge block (because it was free and the oil squirters become a problem after 700hp)
Custom motor mounts
Weisco 40 over pistons forged
Manley h beam rods forged
Sard fuel rail and 1000cc injectors
6an fuel lines
Progressive fuel regulator
Wide band o2
Atf billet fly wheel, starter shim and trans adapter for gm
Th400 trans
Custom header
Djm 3in front 4in rear drop
20s plus 28/10.5/15 on 12in aluminum rims
Custom paint and hood and interior
4wheel disc brakes
Limited slip (acts more like a spool)
Black head lights and tails
2ladder bars
100shot
System
Arp head and rod studs

Future upgrades
Pt7675bb cea turbo at 30-40 psi on 110
Cage
Trans brake and 4000 stall
Vacuum pump
High flow oil pump
Arp main studs
Flare the bedsides
Maybe cadi tails
My springs
Maybe a monitor where factory gauges go for digital look and tunning
Dual 044 fuel pumps
Billet main caps
And maybe an q45 tb and custom intake
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Old 05-02-2013, 01:16 PM   #25
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Ok my billet main caps came in today just fyi.
I'm looking for info on how to read a datalog.I've tuned 2 cars so far (just fuel) one hondata and one ms2 but I've having trouble figuring out how to read the datalog to fine tune it. I don't have any to post but does anyone have a link on what to look far
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:29 AM   #26
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Here's a pic if the aprons cut out. I'm going to use crome moly tubing in its place. The wiring I'm not gonna remove til I get my new harness so I can splice the connectors to the correct wires for my application.
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Old 05-30-2013, 10:24 AM   #27
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Here's a pic if the aprons cut out. I'm going to use crome moly tubing in its place. The wiring I'm not gonna remove til I get my new harness so I can splice the connectors to the correct wires for my application.
I'm no expert but looking at this pic it seems like something is missing.
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Yea the aprons I'm doing them with chrome moly. And the block is just in there to make the th400 trans mount brackets.thr wires look like a bird nest but will be straight when I get it done.
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Old 05-30-2013, 10:55 AM   #29
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Here's before pic
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Old 06-07-2013, 01:43 PM   #30
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Here's a pic if the aprons cut out. I'm going to use crome moly tubing in its place. The wiring I'm not gonna remove til I get my new harness so I can splice the connectors to the correct wires for my application.
Nice, looks super clean!
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I still have to grind them a little but not much. I'm just ready to get the wiring straight.
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Old 08-29-2013, 05:11 AM   #32
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Got the suspension done except for the shocks. They came in yesterday so I may do it this weekend .
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Old 08-29-2013, 08:38 AM   #35
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Probably not I designed after a 2011 something at the mechanic shop it only had lower buckets. I may put coil spraps (they look like u joint straps) on it. I got a limiting strap to keep it compressed against the frame
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Rear suspension done. With 28/10.5/15 with a 15/12 rim.
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Colby, any desire for another race truck? My son in law is selling his dads (passed away) truck. 86 Chevy pickup, built 454, narrowed 9" Ford with some type of locker or maybe a spool, lowered, tubbed bed, built trans, Weld Wheels, etc. Definitely a project, runs but not drivable.

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How much me and my family build a lot of stuff. I may want to do a trade I have a 2000 1500chevy with a gmc grille and loght swap runs great but needs tires and tlc it was a work truck 3door a/c is super cold I hust really miss my old 86c10 and I want a big block project
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