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inagawa



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PostSubject: rethinking 4ac build   Fri Nov 06, 2009 10:17 pm

well from what people been telling me, its going to take forever.... so this is what i'm going to do....

- Completely rebuild the engine, i'm taking some pointers from under-r-steer's build with the 4ag alternator bracket to run a pulley kit, camshaft, and i heard schimer made triple value springs for racing apps, ferra valves, im still going with ross pistons and pauter connection rods
- itb's, and all the works with that" if you could give me more info on that it would really help" i want to run either a weber or OBX itb's, and four dragon weapon r breathe filters,
-electric fuel pump and some hot inazama parts,
- hi flow headers, "i need somebody to give me me contact info for BRD headers", exhaust
- some baster coils, intiaion thing... still working on the info on it


that's all i'm listing right now so tell me some advice and your thoughts...
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PostSubject: Re: rethinking 4ac build   Sat Nov 07, 2009 1:48 am

One thing that I have found with car projects is that I never have enough, time, energy, and money to do the things that I though I wanted to do when I was in high school and college. This does seem somewhat more manageable.

ITB's usually refer to a fuel injection set up, although running 2 two barrel Webers or Mikunis is the same thing with carburetors. Getting either the carbs or the ITBs is not a problem, but getting a manifold for either is. If you look in the sale section Glock posted a link to someone selling a dual Weber/Mikuni carb manifold for the 4AC. They don't make them anymore, and they don't come up for sale very often. Other wise you will have to get a manifold custom made for either. You might be able to get one of those OBX set ups to work, but I suspect not because the center two inlet ports are so close together on the 4AC where as they are evenly spaced on all those Honda engines that they are setup for. You should check out some of the ITB set ups on msefi.com.

http://www.msefi.com/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=6627

http://www.fatbaldbloke.co.uk/westfield_articles/Westtbspart2.html

Carbs are less work to get running, but perhaps harder to get running properly. EFI is definitely lots of custom stuff and learning to get running.

Hot Inazama looks like the Japanese equivalent of those companies that sell bullshit parts that claim to improve mileage or ground your engine better.
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PostSubject: Re: rethinking 4ac build   Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:02 am

lol.. yeah, it does seem a littlebit easier... it just sucks because now i just got a turbo without any car for it to be useful in... but thanks for the the sites... i think if i do get the obx ones i could have a machine shop or something to make the adapter for somewhere around 600 bills... and do you know anybody that has the contact info for BRD headers?

and i kinda thought them same thing about inazma, but as i know of nobody has actually use there parts, so i'll test and trial them and tell the actual results...
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PostSubject: Re: rethinking 4ac build   Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:33 am

http://www.brdracing.com/

Yahoo and google are your friend, you could have found BRD by doing a search for BRD and toyota.
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PostSubject: Re: rethinking 4ac build   Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:42 am

sorry i'm braindead everytime i get off of work..... Neutral
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PostSubject: Re: rethinking 4ac build   Mon Nov 30, 2009 2:07 pm

Brd is no more with headers...
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