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 1985 SR5 1UZFE Drift/Daiily Build ATL Ga
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MX73 86


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I picked this up from TN. I have the formost expert working with me on my build so this build should be built to SPEC ( DRIFTING) that is....LMAO


Build will include:

Cressi Front 5 lug 5X114.3
Chevy S-10 8inch Rear 5X4.75
16X8 Old School Meshes Crown Vic
1UZFE 96 LS400 Full Motorset
Custom Mounts
Custom headers
Custom Exhaust
W58 Trans and upgraded cluthc and flywheel ( Adpater Plate for 1UZ)
Custom Drveshaft
Upgraded brakes front and rear
Manual Steering rack from MR2
PERFECT complete Interior
Custom coilovers and spring rates
Fuel Cell
Spec Cage

I will get some more pics so you can DROOL....LOL

Josh <br /><br />
Modified by MX73 86 at 9:43 AM 8/10/2012

Modified by MX73 86 at 7:37 AM 8/27/2012



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A few updates:

I have gotten my manual steering rack from my MR2

I also have gotten my adapter kit for my 1UZFE to W58 trans including clutch lines etc
parts inlcuded:
Package Contains•Flywheel For the xUZFE Engines.
•T-56 Hydraulic throwout bearing adaptor plate
•T56 Hydraulic throwout kit w/remote bleeder setup
•W55,56,57,58 manual transmission to xUZFE adaptor plate
•Pilot bearing for all of our 1UZFE swapkits
•T56 Hyfraulic Throwout bearing

Picked up a set of Crown Vic Mesh wheels for front 5 lug conversion


Josh

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Update

Will be getting my Cressi front end from the junk yard and also brake upgrade for front and rear

Josh

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Update:

Car is up on Jacks

Ordering Cressida front suspension and getting Toyota rear set up for install.

Ordering parts for wirirng harness and ECU

I will inlcude pics of Adapters once I ge tthem.

Adapter for W58 To 1UZFE


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Just picked up my headers for the exhaust as well..


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Looking good!

Are you planning on doing the wiring yourself?



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I have a guy that is helping me with that using my current SR5 harness and my full complete 94 LS400 harness.

He has a DRIFT Spec 85 Celica with a 1UZFE in it..

Josh

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Front Suspension 5 lug swap from MX83 Cressi

Add some extended wheel studs

Upgraded bushings for strength

Rear End that will never nreak plus 5 lug swap

Differ View


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Anyone give me options comments etc..

Lmk what you think

Josh

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Hey did you buy that from Nick? I have seen the car in person, the body/interior us near mint. He had stuck the 1UZ in it and kinda gave up lol. Glad it's going to get finished!
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I picked it up from the shop it was being worked on in.. But yeah it was from Hinson TN.

I towed it home and the rest if history...

Yes the interior is about as clean as I have ever seen one...

Josh

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He was in Soddy Daisy, just north if Chattanooga. He was trying to sell it, no trans or wiring. Pretty sure it's the same car.
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Yeah it must be, it came iwth trans and all wiring etc but never met a guy named Nick but ohh well...LOL

Josh

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Rear END IS ON......



Modified by MX73 86 at 7:44 AM 8/27/2012

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looking good. did you have to shorten the taco rear?



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The TACO rear got blown for the Chevy Rear again as the TACO was too long.

So Chevy it is...

Josh

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do you mind making an extra set of motor and transmission mounts to sell me lol? Im doing the same swap here alabama...
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You can hit my builder up for info I am sure he would be happy to give you some info.

Harrison - 678-485-8273

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Update getting suspension parts to combine chevy rear with Hachi shell. Also picking up 6 k prings for rear and 8-10 K for fronts as well as AGX shocks.

Josh

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MX, do you got any pics of the work done to the Diff as far as all the mods that were required to make it fit? Those sure would be nice to have for future referance use for other members on the forum. Awesome build bro, can't wait to see the rest of you project progression.
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Hey guys this is a complete rear end from a S10 pickup it has not ben attached yet it will require specific shocks and springs and also cusstom driveshaft..

Josh

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Quote, originally posted by MX73 86 »
The TACO rear got blown for the Chevy Rear again as the TACO was too long.

So Chevy it is...

Josh

Hi Josh,
Lookin good.
Did you have to shorten the S10 rear end?

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i used both a late 80s and an early 90s S10 rear end in two of my rolla swaps. S10 rearends are about 1.5 inches shorter, than the stock rolla rearend - i.e. wheel mount flange to flange
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1.5" shorter overall, correct?
Thanks for the info.
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I am not sure but the info given by other user is correct, the rear came out of a celica swap so it was already set for my install. i just had to bolt on etc, will need a few tidbits to get it completely installed but its coming along..nicely.

Josh

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Looking good Josh keep the pics coming so I can continue drooling.... Lol
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I am not sure but the info given by other user is correct, the rear came out of a celica swap so it was already set for my install. i just had to bolt on etc, will need a few tidbits to get it completely installed but its coming along..nicely.

Josh

Gotcha, it looks great.
Thanks for the info

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which 1uzfe to w58 kit did you get?

 



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