Alrightyyyyyyy. Posted my intro, Hopefully a few more peeps know me now.
Ill try and keep a build thread. But no promises, it may just appear finished who knows.
So all cars, L200 , 2 door. rear seats, all had 660cc and manuals.
- My old daily. will probs only use the bride out of this/rear trxx seats. rest is pretty standard.
- The pretty shell. Again not much, Trxx interior pieces. Bits and bobs, new wheel bearings ect.
- The New one! just got home from buying and picking up the new Hatsu! i am probs the only person to spend more than 2grand on it. but here is the short run down on what it has(more to follow as i find it/add it)
New steering rack
Custom Sub frame bushings
New bushings throughout
New engine mounts
Re-painted and welded/repaired subframe with fish oil through it
Removed surface rust and repainted drivers from wheel arch area
EJDE with 98k on it
Machined Flywheel and new clutch + throwout bearing
New rear main seal
New diff side seal
new/re-cond CV joints
New tie-rod ends
Old lower arms & new ones (forget if I installed them or not!)
HWL coil overs, front strut brace + rear anti roll brace
New brake master cylinder
Included new parts:
New handbrake cable
New clutch cable
Accelerator cable (I think?)
All fittings and lines to connect to new Aeromotive FPR
Tachometer for 3 banger
Stainless braided brake lines (fitted but not secured fully)
Dodgey Malaysian extractors (look pretty but they might be rubbish honestly. $350 wasted potentially)
2" Stainless exhaust.
13" 4x110 SSR MK3’s full set, with correct wheel nuts and stainless replacement rim bolts all sourced from J-pan (the wheels themselves will need the centres machined out a tiny bit to accept the hubs for some reason.)
13" 4x110 restored Mazda 4 spoke items with ok rubber. I think 2 have mint rubber on them from memory.
So hopefully with all these 3 together ill have a fun streeter with little to no problems and hopefully the pictures work.
The old 3 that i had. parts used from the first 2.
Sneaky pic of the new set up! Will post some more photos as i go/hopefully. But keen to keep it simple on the outside!