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  1. WhoreMouth_Jr

    JZX81 OEM strut tower brace

    @MxPwns Is this what you are talking about? https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/j516955568 Here is a list of all that are for sale (that I can find with a quick search) https://auctions.yahoo.co.jp/search/search?auccat=&tab_ex=commerce&ei=utf-8&aq=-1&oq=&sc_i=&p=jzx81+クリーンボックス&x=0&y=0&fixed=0
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    JZX81 OEM strut tower brace

    If he doesn't wanna sell it I can add it to the stuff I'm watching for on YAJ
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    Sleeper MX83 build

    Right in the feels
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    Tuner4life's 1991 Cressida Drift Build

    BattleAxe is against anything that makes drifting easier ❤️ haha
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    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Hey at least yours is alive, Theres probably people out there totaling their cressidas that weren't even alive yet the last time gordo's moved on it's own power. Looking fly my friend, thanks for reminding me to fix my jank shitbox
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    Wiring harness identification needed

    I think he's recommending going to the junkyard and cutting the ECU plugs off an avalon, as you can't go to the junkyard to pull jzx90 hardness out. And you shouldn't need the whole harness to repin anyways. The other reason to jump to is jzx90 ECUs are they are a little more stout than jza70/jzx81 ecus. As you sneeze wrong and they'll shit the bed.
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    Wiring harness identification needed

    looks jzx81/jza70. I don't care enough to look up the differences in the body plugs for you. But like Boris said there is a PN on the ecu which should pretty much tell you what you looking for
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    Kyle Anson's Cresshita Build Thread

    Ya I can get with you there. I'm not the biggest fan of ebrake entries anyway, mostly cause I don't really know how to do it haha. Also I didn't notice how massive that IC was the first time I scrolled by it!
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    Kyle Anson's Cresshita Build Thread

    Does donut's once in parking lot, knows everything about drifting. Although I have to disagree with Kyle in the fact that because your drums don't work the only solution is to hydro (the edrums are easy enough to adjust/re-pad, x8s even get projectMu pads.) His point about ergonmics actually makes sense to me. When your a man child and short as fuck like me you have sit close to reach the pedals. Reaching off the wheel back at the OEM ebrake is is rather difficult and getting a good pull on it I basically have to lift my self out of the seat. I've never met a person who's installed a hydro and was like, wow oem where so much better! I'm gonna go back. I think the most complaints I hear is that you don't have as much control to fluctuate the ebrakes with a hyrdo. Just like changing the shoes/adjusting will solve loose as oem ones, all you have to do is change the master size and you will have more control over the pressure. It's cool that moving it as close to your comfort zone as possible makes you lazy though. Don't knock it till you try it. But we'll be sure to hit you up for tips on best row to park at when attending cars n coffee ❤️
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    Family Truckster X83

    You have both water temp sensors in the neck right? 2 pin for Ecu and the 1pin for the cluster?
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    Family Truckster X83

    This should be the link, 2nd page those posts a picture of which thing to snip and replace with a wire. https://jzxproject.com/bbs/index.php?/topic/2409-getting-the-tach-to-work/&page=2 If you are looking for an adapter I have a brand new msd box I'll never use.
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    X8 workshop manual

    Saw on FB that JZXWorld forums shut down and their owners/moderators where saying they would need roughly 1k a year to keep it going. I thought dropping jzxp in there haha.
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    Team Running Again Mostly version x.7

    If I'm crashing my car head on, the coolers are near the bottom of the list of things I'll be sad to damage haha. But ya my oil cooler lines are -10. It's probably a combination of everything everyone has mentioned too thin of oil (tooner and gordo agree), too small of a cooler (not really in the optimal airflow place im sure baffling might help?), me holding redline for 45-50 seconds at a time almost nonstop. At first it was double that going 2 laps without stopping. Also I'm fairly sure my compression ratio falls between 9.5:1-9.8:1 (which might honestly be a large contributing factor too). I haven't really looked at the logs yet but, the oil didn't get past 225 at the last event we went (15-25 second laps at evergreen) on the same oil haha whoops. Surprisingly the coolant temps didn't get much past 205-210. My oil sandwich plate doesn't even open until 176F/80C so the only time I probably see 70C is during warmup. But to be honest I've never really monitored oil temp until that last event, I usually have my gauge set to oil pressure, and boost (for hotboi reasons.) Usually switch from boost to watertemp at the track. I'm also not sure how much ambient air temps play a roll, the first track day I had the oil heating problems it was 90+F/32c
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    Team Running Again Mostly version x.7

    Just a tip if anyone is planning on buying the x7/x8 FLCAs from XM, see if they can sell them to you without the heims. The inners on both my arms only lasted about 400-500 miles. With Rue's help I was able to source some higher quality ones, downside is they end up costing pretty much the price of the whole shebang from XM Outers (1" bore) FK Brand: https://www.pacificcustoms.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=PC&Product_Code=fkrodendjmxl161t&Category_Code=jam_nut Inners (3/4" Bore RH threads): https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/productselection.asp?Product=3062 Boots (3/4" and 1"): https://www.kartek.com/parts-categories/rod-end-dust-boots.html Now just need to find the motivation to get out there and install them, so I can finally take my car to the fab shop for the hopefully last time. Heres two unrelated shitpost pictures to motivate myself to drill the holes for the sides.
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    Curse of the Cressida

    If you have the some box I have, ya it has some isolated posts, but I cut cut the plastic between and connected them with a copper bar. Hows the preload on your coils? I had some that road like shit but it was because the previous owner completely let out the preload and lowered the car by using the preload section instead of the actual lowering section. I went through and redid the preload the best I could on all of them, and nothing but buttery smoothness since then haha