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bippu

Member Since 05 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Jun 02 2016 10:06 PM
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In Topic: Should I stay away from 2jzgte vvti?

28 November 2015 - 12:59 AM

Easy to make it work. Depends on which ecu you want to go with. Many advantages, including better response and low end torque.

My suggestion:
Haltech PS2000 or Elite2500
Non VVTi GTE intake manifold (had IAC and mechanical throttle)
Or a Premium Japan DBW bypass kit, but if you do this you still need an idle valve.

In Topic: OS Giken GT Twin..

13 February 2015 - 08:10 PM

Grand Touring is a great clutch. Factory like pedal feel and smooth engagement. It'll hold up to around 650whp. Longevity is great, and the rebuilds are very reasonable. On a GT2CD at mid 4's at the wheel, that clutch should last you approx. 4-10 seasons of driving, depending on how much you're slipping it. 

 

If you're drifting and abusing it, make sure you get the hard cover. 

 

 

Additionally. I am the Canadian Distributor for OS Giken, so if you're looking to purchase one, I'd be more than happy to give you a fat JZXP discount and drop ship it to you out of the USA warehouse.


In Topic: Baller Daily 161 build

10 February 2015 - 12:53 PM

I'm building a custom shifter so it's decently short and i don't smash my deck in 1/3/5, and then going to run an extension to bring it up to comfortable height


In Topic: Baller Daily 161 build

09 February 2015 - 03:01 PM

Had to bang out the tunnel a bit, but otherwise fits pretty good. Driveshaft was pretty easy. Swapped to a GS400 diff for the 3.2 ratio, and then needed to change the flex coupling to adapt to the GS400 flange type. All pretty straight forward.

 

Working on getting the shifter height right, sits low, and the console is high on this car. Kind of a pain in the dick.


In Topic: ISO or JIS spark plugs?

06 February 2015 - 08:03 PM

They're interchangeable. The terminal nut is 2.5mm shorter on ISO plugs than JIS. Most coilpacks will reach the extra 2.5mm regardless....except for Nissan RB's. They like to misfire with ISO plugs because the spring in the coil doesn't make good enough contact.