Help! Supra doesn't run right

Abe's 1987

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A suggestion: where your new speedo cable threads onto the transmission, take it back off and antisieze the crap out of it. Do the same where the two pieces meet. Future you will appreciate that.
I was actually think of doing that but didn't have any issues getting it off. I may do that as I got to get under the car to change the slave cylinder.
 

Abe's 1987

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Swapped out the clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder yesterday. Everything works good now. Unfortunately I was not able to take photos as it was too hot to be changing the parts and taking photos.
 
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Abe's 1987

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Got me a new motorcycle to play with. This is my first motorcycle, new to riding. It is a 2018 KTM RC 390

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Did install a new 3 inch downpipe from driftmotion along with my old exhaust from the 7m into the 1jz supra. Will get a couple pics of that soon. Will hopefully get new targa gasket and truck gasket to stop these leaks so I can leave this out in the rain with no worries.

Fun story, I went to take 5 for an state inspection for the supra. Man were the two gentleman there sooo excited to see my supra. They knew all about the mk3's and 1jz swaps. They even FaceTime a few friends and managers at other take 5 locations to show my beauty.
 
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Bru

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I see you have the rare super monitor in place of a standard clock. About one in 10 cars had this option before it was discontinued after 88. The option cost was $250. I found one on eBay and retrofitted my 1987, since the plugs for the harness were there by default. I usually leave it on MPG. It's really sensitive after you reset it. I do that on the interstate to see what my maximum fuel economy could be. Something like 24 to 26.
 

Abe's 1987

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I see you have the rare super monitor in place of a standard clock. About one in 10 cars had this option before it was discontinued after 88. The option cost was $250. I found one on eBay and retrofitted my 1987, since the plugs for the harness were there by default. I usually leave it on MPG. It's really sensitive after you reset it. I do that on the interstate to see what my maximum fuel economy could be. Something like 24 to 26.
Yeah but after I swapped in the 1jz, no power is getting to the super monitor. Will have to back track to see where I need to tie this to a power source. I think I already know but haven't had time to dig in to it.
 
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