It is getting the better of me slightly, but onwards and upwardsThis build is getting out of control, me like!
lol.. well I got it from internet Toyota. I gave up on Australia Toyota a long time ago. I feel like these is some subtle detail in the Japanese bit which I am missingWhere did you get the part number from for the vacuum line?
I anticipate a local Toyota dealer was zero help with this?
Thanks at lot. I don't know you, but your red car is actually one of the builds I have saved as inspiration and motivation. I remember reading as you were fixing it up, the quality at the end really blew my mind. If you can get yours to that standard, I'm sure I can have a go at half decent.Enjoying this build. Great attention to detail.
Well.. yeah.. it is funny in hindsight.that is pretty funny what they did with the vac hose. I can only imagine the Japanese person on the other end going "oh well if that is what they want who am I to question" haha.
Cheers I will go that option if I can't crack the Toyota code.I couldn't find the correct size locally here for vacuum line years ago when I replaced mine. Of all the places I looked the Nissan dealer was the only place that had it and the guy said he hadn't sold any in years and gave me a bunch for free haha
Appreciate the kind words.Looking good. Starting work on a JZA70 TT-R right now as well, some inspirational stuff in here, and a few pieces I wouldn't mind having, but the time has past for some of them from Toyota anywhere.
Still TBA on the AC. The parts that you got for me are all installed though! I'm about to refill the oil. I figure I should take the lines off and fill it directly into top of compressor?Wow this car is looking great!
Any progress pictures you can share with us? Also was your A/C conversion and compressor rebuild successful?
I bought my supra very! cheap just for that reson. the engine didn't run, changed the sparkplugs to original denso, purred like a cat when i started itBuilding pace on the car, so parts are starting to roll in. It is a real goal to keep the car reliable, so don't want any ignition gremlins.