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    Glad you knew what I ment, damn auto correct

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    I took off my intake manifold and lower runner to replace the injectors today. Turns out I had assembled the injectors wrong and put the adaptor in the wrong spot. In the process of removing the last bolt from the intake manifold I accidently hit the starter with my wrench and fried it. I'll replace that tomorrow then put it all back together. I did atleast get the center console finally installed. Just had to remove 2 pins from the connector then solder in 2 new wires fire the new power port.
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    I believe there it's a relay and fuse for the starter. And the amp fuse

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    Got the injectors replaced and my starter, but I was needing a new one anyways. The injectors fixed my stutter issue and I took it for a test drive this morning with no problems. I did make a new mounting bracket for the MAP sensor per Steve Ishii's recommendation. I'll be on the dyno on the 16th, time to finally see what she does





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    How much horsepower are you making now adam?

    Here in a little while I'll be doing my 1jz swap too. Still need lots of parts been out of the game for awhile...
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    We'll find out in 12 days. Our estimates based on a similarly built car are over 500 RWHP on pump gas. You coming to the Supra Nationals?
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    Finally got around to trimming the center console cover piece and Gorilla Glueing it down. I'm holding it down with duct tape (the actual stuff, not duck tape) so it adheres the way I want it to. I also cut out the base of the storage area in preparation of the switch panel mounting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honestabe View Post
    Finally got around to trimming the center console cover piece and Gorilla Glueing it down. I'm holding it down with duct tape (the actual stuff, not duck tape) so it adheres the way I want it to. I also cut out the base of the storage area in preparation of the switch panel mounting.

    Exciting

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    So, after a 2 1/2 month hiatus from the Supra I finally replaced the bad hard brake line tonight with a new temp hard line. I'm ordering a roll of stainless hard line and a Wilwood porportioning valve to replace the stock non-proportioning one. I moved the MAP sensor back where it belongs and just need to get a cap for the vacuum line fitting that I previously used. I'm not worried about the hole in the firewall pinchweld, I'll be taking care of that before too long
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    Ok, I'm finally back. The temp brake line was a failure. I took it to the local brake shop Wednesday and had them replace the hard line and T-junction. Once I got it back this morning I flushed the brake system. Ordered a bottle of ATE Super Blue brake fluid along with a replacement hood latch and started plugging the holes in the engine bay to make it water proof.

    I took it down to a local ish get together tonight and it's definitely time to replace the tires. The rear tires are down to the wear marks and I have no traction when I gun it on the freeway. Gonna look into getting a set of Toyo R1R's and 2 new rims that are the same size as the rear. I'll have to pull the front fender to make it them clear but that will only be a temp thing since I have a set of fenders waiting to be properly widened and painted sitting on my shelf. Now I just need to learn how to weld...
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