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Old 09-18-2013, 10:12 AM   #1
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2jz s13 coupe build updated

2jz s13 coupe. Decided to keep on plugging away at this and finish the beast!
Hasnt be-en updated in a while but more will come soon I swear!
Updated 9-1-14!!!!

Most complete list of mods
Engine
2jzgte -aristo
BC adjustable cam gears
OEM timing belt
OEM timing tensioner
OEM supra water pump
OEM thermostat
Driftmotio-n pulley set
Cusco solid engine mounts
Driftmotion engine/trans brackets
Oil cooler and lines(black)
Greddy/grex thermostatic oil adapter
Sr20 mishimoto radiator
Driftmotion intercooler
Ebay downpipe for aristo
New full gasket set
Headgasket+arp studs(not installed)

Engine management
Haltech platinum sport 2000
With 2jz plug and play harness
Haltech CDI module and harness

Fuel setup
6AN fuel lines from tank
walbro 416 e85 compatible pump(400lph)
Aeromotive FPR kit for aristo

Body
Silvia front 30mm over fenders(d1)
Tripple projectors
Silvia front small print grill
Carbon d1 silvia hood
Aerocatch hood pins/latches
Sideskirts(bomex?)
Front bumper
Silvia tined side markers
Silvia headlight brackets

Suspension
BC coilovers 10k/12k
Spl pro v5 titanium traction rods
Spl pro v5 titanium toe rods
Spl pro v5 titanium camber arms
Spl pro v5 titanium eccentric lockout
Spl pro v5 titanium front caster rods
Spl solid aluminum subframe bushings
Nismo power brace
Whiteline adjustable rear sway bar
Whiteline adjustable front sway bar
(Both with full bushing sets)
Cleaned and painted subframe


Steering
New oem steering rack
Energy rack bushings
DIF Solid steering rack bushing
Z32 inner tie rods
Spl pro v5 titanium outer tie rods

Brakes
Wilwood 6 piston front
-13" vented and slotted rotor
Wilwood 4 piston rear
-12.2" vented and slotted rotor
Oem Z32 master cylinder
Braided ss brake lines

Drivetrain
Driftmotion/action stage 4, 6 puck disc and 2800lb pressure plate
Driftmotion lightweight flywheel
Kaaz 2way lsd(20disc)
Kaaz lsd oil
Arp flywheel bolts
Arp pressureplate bolts
oEM locking flywheel locking tab

Wheels/setup
Ichiba 5 lug coversion
+25mm spacers (front)
Cobra reps 10.5x17+ 20
Rear 255/45/17
Front 245/45/17
Tires are 100% tread nittos
Nrg rose gold extended lugs

Interior
Nrg v3 gunmetal quick release
Nrg short hub adapter
Nrg deep corn wheel
Prosport evo gauges
-oil pressure
-coolant temp
-boost gauge
-oil temperature
-wideband and sensor
Dash cap (to cover cracked dash)

Only things required to finish this are a Drive shaft, intercooler piping and BOV. there may be some other small things that i may be forgetting.

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Last edited by Todddaniels; 09-01-2014 at 04:43 PM. Reason: updated!
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:13 AM   #2
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:25 AM   #3
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love these wheels!


Small stretch. 245/40/17 up front


fuel setup. welded at some random shop. dont remember where :S


Ebay oil cooler with Greddy thermostatic oil adapter



(ps that is NOT where i mounted it)
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:28 AM   #4
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sandblasted valvecovers(courtesy of work)- lucas auto!

Color is Grigio silverstone by Ferarri
This is the color i plan on painting the whole car




Z32 inner tie rods and SPL outers compared to stock(top)
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:33 AM   #5
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for anyone wondering about the dash cap. it is very thin but supposed to be garenteed against cracking for life. figured id give it a try. for 100 bucks or so a brand new looking dash seemed to good to pass up. hers a pic of it layed (not glued yet) onto the dash


New steering rack, bushings, and bushing by firewall. also got oil cooler adapter mounted.

also the starter was a huge pain in the ass. massaged the fire wall to get the bolts in because as you can see, they thread in from the REAR <_<


MMMM energysuspension!


I do wanna do AN PS lines but itll be a little while before i can make that happen due to funds = low

Sweet pic of the brakes



And the first major modification. everyone says get the Soarer trans. so i did. comes with the shifter extenion built in blah blah. well here it is! seems like maybe without it and a normal R154 trans i coulda made it fit.
oh well i will be making a small |___| cut into this to make it fit better.
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:35 AM   #6
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:37 AM   #7
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Some money shots of how she sits right now!



now ill be taking a weekend off of working on it and in a couple weeks hopefully get some more done and some more updates.
Plans are, more wiring. trans mount and brackets re drilled to fit new polyurethane mount.(thanks driftmotion <_<)
install some heater hoses for bypassing. i removed the STOCK oil cooler and will be bypassing the whole setup. also have to loop heater core hoses, bolt up alternator and PS pump. put the wheels on so she can roll and eventually install dash(after wiring is done)
then its waiting on driveshaft, intercooler piping and exhaust. and electric fans(always forget those lol)


And some quick body shots of test fits(blue tape ftw)(stock wheels)



Before drop camber and alignmet


Kaaz 2 way LSD


Rear setup

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Old 09-18-2013, 11:41 AM   #8
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Also gotta run new brake lines. not 100% sure on the routing as the plan is to get a Hydro ebrake eventually.
the stock routing for the master is a Front Rear split correct? i removed all lines and propotioning valve because i will run my own.

i figured just run one port to the front with a split, one to the rear with a split. and put a propotioning valve on the rear main line. then install the ebrake AFTER the valve. that way during normal braking it uses the proptioning valve, and during ebrake operation, it wouldnt even measure the proptioning valve because it blocks off the lines to the rear.
can anyone verify or critque this?
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Old 09-18-2013, 02:35 PM   #9
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:31 AM   #10
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Nice!
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Old 09-19-2013, 08:02 AM   #11
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She's gonna be a beautiful BEAST!!!
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:53 AM   #12
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She's gonna be a beautiful BEAST!!!
thats the plan!! thanks for the support
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Old 08-19-2014, 01:01 PM   #13
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Update soon. Oil cooler lines and some other misc stuff.
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Old 08-23-2014, 03:33 PM   #14
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Current status:

- Haltech harness hooked up most of the way. still wiring in the solenoids for the boost control.

Plugging away at the sequential boost solonoids harness


Grimspeed electronic boost controller


Modified the stock power steering bracket and drilled holes to mount the oil cooler.
It is a greddy thermostatic oil cooler. recirculates back from the filter to the engine during cold temps. and once it gets hot itll run though the oil cooler.
- Aermotive FPR hooked up and ready to go


drilled and tapped hole for 1/8 npt for the prosport gauge sender. this is oil temp sensor here.
also like the sideways mount of oil filter. much less messy when changing filter


Ordered radiator hoses. eGay hoses are fine. but i have an SR20 radiator, that way the neck is on the right side. but unfortunatly, the supra radiator neck is closer to the middle. so ill have to grab some spare pipe or hose and make an extension.


Another photot of the aermotive mounting and fuel line routing. dont mind the oil cooler, its not going to mount there...


and heres some of the side work i have been doing. Repaired this socket on a nistune board. the pins on the topside had broken and pulled off, so i installed new pins and sockets. problem solved and OEM quality XD


Plan on working on my guage pods today and mounting and wiring that. also got some sheetmetal for a relay board to mount all the random stuff i have leftover.

Otherthings done(not shown) is i wired the alternator output to the starter terminal with some leftover 4gauge wire. and got a sweet deal on 1OT red cable for the starter/battery power/relocation.
Drilled and tapped the old water temp sensor for gauges.
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Old 09-01-2014, 04:42 PM   #16
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more updates!
Been working on the relay panel. mostly finsihed at this point. it is still on cardboard for mock up purposes but will be transferred to some sheet metal i have.
here is the diagram i used. no fuel pump, ign coils, or a couple other things. this is due to Haltech having its own relay setup for those items, and only requires a switched input to control the rest of those.(switch 1 on my setup)


actual pics of project. Ignore the blur. camera lense on phone needs to be replaced...


Switch panel finished up. got some new deutsch connectors from work. they are spare parts that go in a box so i snagged em up


Frys electronics is awesome..btw...


Numbered for ease of hookup incase anything were to happen... also very easy for this to be expanded. just add a relay and a couple wires then done.


Catch can came. got it from Ebay, but itll do fine. will probably add some internal baffling.

thing is a BEAAST! way bigger then most ive seen. also came with 3/8 npt holes. so switching these out for 8an fittings will be extremely easy. I will be drilling and tapping a 3rd hole due to both valve covers having fittings.

Seriously its huge. heavy duty and for sure good quality.


And thats about all i have done lately.. still waiting on a few things. another update is a will be switching to a large single turbo here shortly. possibly even before startup. this is due to a great opportunity that has arrisen and i couldnt say no. plus this is a great time to switch as i havent bought anything really for the twin setup and only done some wiring for the solonoids. itll also be nice to clean up the mess of vac lines... so startup time will probably be delayed but its all for a great cause XD
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Old 09-12-2014, 02:55 PM   #17
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More updates soon.
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