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  1. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Kyle Anson's Cresshita Build Thread

    Proudly hosted on shitbucket!
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    Curse of the Cressida

    I got dual FALs individually relayed with waterproof connectors and such (I "overspend" on wiring like Boris haha). Just used 10-12g if I remember correctly. According to that graph probably on the low side for the 30amps they draw for the first second on spool up.
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    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    ^^ Didn't really say they were problematic, I know know the bosch unit's are quieter/less noise so you are getting actual knock instead of mischaracterized noise sometimes. Really helps when you are running ~9.5:1 (possibly higher) on pump gas whoops. If you were having OBD issues most likely were not using a JOBD compatible scanner Also reminds me the many times Brian has come in clutch for me when I was living in AZ Thanks Brian ❤️❤️
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    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    If you ever go stand alone, ditch the OEM knocks in favor of some 2pin Bosch units. Glad it ended up working out though. IDK why but I used to pull codes as a last resort. Now its the first thing I do. Quick and easy way to see where to aim my shotgun fix approaches. I don't know about the vvti2j ecu but if it has OBD2 (technically wouldn't be, because in japan they used some slightly modified version of OBD) I would hook up a reader. You can get tons of data out of it, plus you can trigger some diagnostic methods with ELMScan Toyota app. Really helped us on the vvti1uz
  5. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Curse of the Cressida

    That graph makes me want to go back over my fan and headlight power wires
  6. WhoreMouth_Jr

    i just wanna look good for you

    Not through streeter though 🤣
  7. WhoreMouth_Jr

    i just wanna look good for you

    He used x7 front and rear subframes haha
  8. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Sleeper MX83 build

    😘😘 And Gordo he talking about my wiring haha, it still needs a lot of work. It's on the winter list this year
  9. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Take what Demesio says with a grain of salt, he barely knows how to operate a pair of crimpers
  10. WhoreMouth_Jr

    i just wanna look good for you

    Sorry boys he has already agreed to marry me 😍
  11. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Kyle Anson's Cresshita Build Thread

    @LUMBERZACK Most likely isn't working because it looks like you have the photobucket "fix" addon running and gordo is posting photobucket links that should work. They also aren't working for me and I was running that plug-in too, but removing the plugin didn't fix the issue for me lol
  12. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Who are we joking we are all delusional with our plans/intensions. I know for me I had one thing in mind when I started. One thing led to another, led to another led to 2 years and something that I no longer want to drive how I intended because I'm too pussy to smash it. Wiring is something that you shouldn't go through more than once on purpose. To me it's one of 2 solutions: adapt OEM, or new harness. "Refresh harness" with no mill spec? You are spending all that time making a new harness why stop going all out there for a couple hours of extra work on top of the several hours new harnesses take. I don't know shit about making a brand new harness (always want to but NoBalls) but just adapting harnesses takes several hours to do it in a non-sloppy/semi clean way. At least those cool round connectors allow for easy add ins in the event of going stand alone. Wiring is something Boris enjoys more than most, so it's given he'll probably be willing to above most to be happy with his product in that sense. We all be nit pickin
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    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    I'm lost at people from Washington? Haha the track up here is 45-1hour for people in Seattle area. Parc and Spirit peaks are both about 3 hours. Parc and evergreen run about an event a month Spirit peaks runs events every other weekend. You see everyone posting drifting "every weekend" because that's what they want to do, they are willing to drive out of their way to get seat time. It's the exact same thing at our "local" track I'd you want to run the fun layouts unless you have a cage you are waiting 15-30 minutes between 30-45 second laps. Personally I get burnt out any more than 1 a month. You can always look into booking private rentals the rates are usually pretty decent if you can round up 5+ other budds. I can't really talk though I always said when I lived in Flagstaff I was gonna drive horse thief mile but never nutted up and actually did it.
  14. WhoreMouth_Jr

    Kyle Anson's Cresshita Build Thread

    That's an interesting idea why would you want to purposely lose for your customer. Never had that happen to me but I'm not an eBay expert. Seems highly unethical and I find it highly unlikely that that had happened in the past few years since his policies have be come very concrete and transparent. Especially since he requires the full amount deposited before he will place a bid. I usually just lose because someone bids higher than I'm willing to go. Maybe that's a good idea idea for a priemum service where you can pay extra and he'll last minute bid for you haha. I don't think anyone is doubting your auction intelligence, but yaj and eBay have differences. At the end of the day if someone wants something more than you and the seller extends the auction last minute bidding has 0 positives, and in my personal experience I tend to overspend in the pissing contest. His service works well for me. But like I said his low commission, ease of use, and quality packaging work for most of us "drift idiots" and it's good you found someone who works well for you.
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