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    My daily 10OYO JZX100

    Hey,

    Been lurking this forum for quite sometime. Figured I'd make a post about my current car build. so here it is

    1996 Toyota Chaser JZX100
    This is basically how it started life.



    and Slowly the progression to turn it into a proper car. First was the manual conversion Gear. Massive list of parts collected over a period of 5 months.



    then came the suspension and wheels.


    at this point. this is how it sat.



    I left it like this for awhile, then came this GP-Sports clutch fan




    This is how it currently sits now.
    Exterior
    - Series 2 front bar
    - Series 2 front lip
    - Series 2 Side Skirts
    - Series 1 rear lip
    - LED series 2 style tail lights
    - Flared rear guards
    - Rolled front guards

    Interior
    - JZX110 Steering Wheel
    - Blitz BLM Boost gauge
    - Blitz BLM Water Temp. gauge
    - Blitz BLM Oil Temp. gauge
    - Blitz BLM Oil Press. gauge


    Engine/ fuel set up
    - Manual conversion R154 from a JZX110
    - J pipe delete pipe
    - Greddy Type-LS front mount intercooler kit
    - Blitz Type-ZS alloy radiator
    - Alloy top radiator hose
    - Tomei Dump pipe
    - Decat pipe
    - Blitz Nur Spec Cat-back w/high flow cat welded in
    - GP Sports Clutch Fan
    - Cusco Type-MT front strut brace

    Brakes and Suspension
    - Z.S.S. Coilovers
    - 20mm Shortened front uprights
    - Moonface Super Lap 20mm RCA
    - JZX110 Castor Arms
    - Super Pro front bushes
    - Project Mu brake pads all round
    - RDA slotted front Rotors
    - Project Mu slotted rear Rotors

    Wheels
    - Blitz Technospeed Z1 18x9+22 - Front 225/40R18
    - Blitz Technospeed Z1 19x10+22 - Rear 235/35R19


    Future mods/ mods laying around
    Kazama Auto adjustable lower arm
    Kazama Auto adjustable Toe arm
    Kazama Auto adjustable Traction arm
    Cusco rear sway Bar
    Largus front sway bar
    Do-Luck Side floor braces
    Toms front lower brace
    Recaro SP-J Evo 5 seats
    UCF20 front caliper and Rotors upgrade



    Last edited by AndyLies; 03-10-17 at 07:45 PM.
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    Looks really nice mate, the Blitz wheels were a great choice!

    How much of a pain was it to do the manual conversion (specifically the wiring stuff)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Modified View Post
    Looks really nice mate, the Blitz wheels were a great choice!

    How much of a pain was it to do the manual conversion (specifically the wiring stuff)?
    Thanks man!.

    Surprisingly not hard. Cluster wiring is the same (up to you if you want to change it, both works). If you have a Manual ECU (like what I did) its plug and play; Just need to bridge two wires together, if you don't, it'll think redline is only 6,000RPM as oppose to 7,000RPM. Two reverse wires which joins onto gearbox reverse plug. Speedo sensor on gear can just be unplugged (I used a block off plate, as my R154 didn't come with the sensor, just the reverse plug), as it will run off the ABS computer.
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    Nice chaser mate, where abouts did you source the factory front lip from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelSR View Post
    Nice chaser mate, where abouts did you source the factory front lip from?
    Thanks man. I found it off Yahoo Auctions Japan. A bit expensive but it was more expensive locally. Seems like everyone wants drug money for these lips heh.

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