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  1. RickyFromThePark

    It's an old Toyota at least so fuck off.

    That should be fine.
  2. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Gordo, I'm curious about that drill bit boris posted. If it's high molybdenum then it must be an alloy steel, and from what I know they aren't good tool steels. I'm no machinist but I'd assume that the obvious choice would be a HSS bit and that their description of this bit being great for cutting hard steel is bs. Would you ever use an alloy steel bit like that over a high speed steel one? edit: obviously it’s an alloy, more specifically assuming that means it’s one with little to no carbon content.
  3. RickyFromThePark

    Kyle Anson's Cresshita Build Thread

    Rear fit is crazy good.
  4. RickyFromThePark

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Learned that one the hard way. Trying to swap and daily a car without cash to blow is a fools errand.
  5. RickyFromThePark

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Needs more wheel and less tire.
  6. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Looks good man, any room to go forward on the mounts? Also, is the trans all the way inside the frame rails? If so that's money.
  7. RickyFromThePark

    New Look / Same Poor Taste

    Old setup was faster but the vtec 1j makes all the right sounds.
  8. RickyFromThePark

    Bought a Mark II JZX81

    Is your boat named "Like'n it wet"?
  9. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    They're cheap and relatively tough. Far as I can tell that's about it. Won't be cheap for long now that there are enough kits out for the less mechanically inclined to figure out how to swap them. Vtec 1j's are up like 50% from when I bought mine now that there's enough info out there for those same dummies to figure our how to wire them up.
  10. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Curious to see how everything fits with the auto trans bell adapter. Going with the mavericks kit was a huge mistake, second only to going CD in the first place. Hopefully you don't ruin your car as much as I ruined mine. At least you don't have an abortion shifter.
  11. RickyFromThePark

    Bought a Mark II JZX81

    Gotta love those shitty old electrolytic caps. Tow home from LA must have been spendy too, that shit sucks man. Why get another oem ecu? Seems like a perfectly good excuse to start the snowball and go standalone and single "while you're in there".
  12. RickyFromThePark

    Bought a Mark II JZX81

    The factory mud guards really do it for me. Looks perfect.
  13. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Someone mentioned to me that some toyota 4x4 r&p gears may fit in the stock pumpkin (maybe 4runner?). Doesn't help much if you want a taller rear gear though, they're all shorter gears for the big tire moab bros. I looked, but not very hard. Also my gearing didn't bother me much but I had mondo tires on the back, something like 255/55 if memory serves, and I like having a useless 6th gear for the highway.
  14. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Cost me a hell of a lot less than that. Pretty much the only reason I went cd. Still convinced I would have had to hunt pretty hard to do an r154 for much less and fuck the w58.
  15. RickyFromThePark

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Abortion shifter didn't do me any favors across the board really. But fuck it I built it myself for free and it worked, not very well, but worked. Bearing plate width and height is the bear. But I've seen it done with the center console left intact. Far as I can tell cutting and welding is unavoidable. Some other dude here ran into the same thing in his x100. Don't remember who though. Everybody knows the death wheel is the only cutting tool you'll ever need, right?