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JLW's ( REV 3 GT spec Turbo, smg Tbar ) YVS Performance Built
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Hez
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2017 4:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

You hear a million different running in procedures, had my forged motor built at YVS with the same 300 Mile running in procedure taking it upto about 5k revs on the a and b roads. All good so far.
Hope you get good weather for the mapping [thumleft]
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Ah yeah exactly, not saying it's wrong just interested to see other methods [thumleft]

Bet it's good to have back!
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Simon actually said "Engine's don't need running in, but if you can its best to do so"
anyway, its all done now, going to do the oil service in the next week, so that
its ready for the 27th with Fensport.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Awesome. Bet you can't wait!
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Thought I'd post up my two favourite stills that ML managed to get.
best pics I have of her so far IMO.

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looking good pal [thumleft]
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Definitely a very handsome machine [thumleft]
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 6:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Awesome looking car mate. I found you on you tube first when looking at mr2 videos. I look forward to seeing and hearing future developments.
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MOD LIST updated

E N G I N E:
. YVS Performance REV 3 Forged Build
. CP Carillo 86mm Forged Pistons
. ACL Race Main Bearings
. ACL Race Big End Bearings
. ARP Head Stud Conversion
. Helix Uprated Stage 2 Single Plate Clutch
. Mishimoto Tripple Core Radiator
. Twin SPAL 10" fans
. Link G4 storm standalone ECU
. Phoenix Power side mounted intercooler
. Berk technologies De-Cat pipe
. Blitz Nur Spec R full exhaust system
. Greddy Type R Adjustable BOV / dump valve
. 8MM Magnecor Ignition Lead Kit
. TRD Sports Iridium Sparkplugs - Grade 7
. Apex Power Intake
. TOM's radiator cap
. TRD oil cap
. BRD gearbox linkage bushes
. Bosch "supreme power" battery
. SAMCO boost pipe hoses
. Ceramic coated intercooler pipes

C H A S S I S:
. Meister R zeta R CRD+ coilovers ( 3 way adjustable )
. TOMíS Front Strut Brace
. TOMíS Rear Strut Brace
. New drop links & bushings all round
. Eibach Camber Bolts - Front
. Full archwork roll by Arch Enemy

B R A K E S:
. New Rev 3 Turbo callipers all round
. Porterfield RS4 pads
. MTec dimpled & grooved discs with black coating
. Gulf RF1000 high performance brake fluid
. HEL braided lines all round ( yellow )

W H E E L S & T Y R E S:
. Front - Rota Torque's 17x8J et35
. Rear - Rota Torque Drifts 17x9J et30 ( 5mm spacers )
. Front - Yokohama AD08r 215/40/17
. Rear - Yokohama AD08r 235/40/17

E X T E R I O R:
. Full re-spray by DPM autobody in OEM "smg"
. Border carbon bonnet
. Carbon scuttle panel
. Carbon reverse light panel
. Aerocatch Plus flush lock kit
. Aeroware polyurathane front lip
. Smoothed front bumper
. Greddy Gracer side skirts
. Smoothed GT spec electronically retractable mirrors
. Phoenix Power rear spats
. TRD wing , with carbon end caps
. Rev 5 clear front light units
. Raybrig ( style ) Crystal headlight units
. UK spec front indicator delete mouldings
. Full 70% dark window tint by Auto Eclipse
. Team Elemental LED HID kit
. Osram Nightbreaker H3c fog light bulbs

I N T E R I O R :
. OMP corsica 330mm deep dish wheel / yellow stitch
. MoMo boss wheel adapter
. Corbeau Pro series XL in leather with yellow top stitch x2
. Corbeau Side mounts x2
. Rouge Motorsport ground rails
. Corbeau lumbar support ( drivers seat )
. TRD duration gear knob
. Sickspeed suede / yellow stitch gear surround
. Gloss black dash plastics
. JDM Toyota rescueman 3 security hammer
. JDM OEM toyota footwell flare
. Black rev 1 T-Bar headlining + trims and shades
. UK Rev 5 Leather Door cards
. Modified clock ( blue overlay )
. White 501 LED bulbs in dash
. White LED dome lights

A U D I O:
. Edge 6.5Ē Front Speakers
. Edge 4Ē Rear Speakers
. Sony MEX - BT4000U Bluetooth Head unit

S E C U R I T Y:
. Clifford Alarm System 3

S E R V I C E & O I L' S:
. Redline Mt90 gearbox oil
. Fuchs Titan Pro Race R 10w50
. OEM Toyota oil filter
. OEM Toyota fuel filter
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Its a lovely looking car,looking forward to seeing it one day.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

CROOKY1811 wrote:
Its a lovely looking car,looking forward to seeing it one day.


Ill be at Japfest mate, unfortunately not on the IMOC stand as didn't get tickets in time,
but ill be parked amongst the rest of the cars, hopefully in a good spot.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Whilst the car has been sat waiting for its mapping session on the 27th
a pal of mine that works for a very high end race car builder named
Crosthwaite & Gardiner Ltd ( specialise in hand building 1900's - 50's formula
race cars , costing on average 1 million + ) http://www.crosthwaiteandgardiner.com
said he would be able to Zinc plate any rusty metal parts on the car
that are small enough for free.
Mainly thinking of the exposed radiator brackets that hold the new Mishimoto
rad in place and the Aerocatch pins for the Carbon bonnet. But then I got a
little crazy and removed lots of bolts wherever I could.
. Suspension top mount bolts front and rear
. Toms strut brace bolts ( mounting and bracketing ) front and rear
. Body kit fastenings all round
. Engine lid latch bolts
. Rear OEM strut brace bolts
. Spare wheel retaining brace
And a lot more !

Here's a pic of just a few before the Zinc plating.



And a week later James returned them to me all shiny.




As you can see they have made a big difference in bringing the overall look
up a notch. One of those small things that makes a big difference.







Once this was all finished I turned my attention to the simple task of
the Oil and Filter change from the running in oil to Fuchs Titan Pro Race S
10W50 that I used before and will continue to use.



I had taken the rear wheels off to be able to get the rear PP spats fastenings
back in and because the space outside my garage is on a slight incline I used
my Jack to bring the car as low as possible to the ground on the rear once the
initial 4 & 1/2 or so litres had drained. My daily in the background
for Music purposes [Very Happy]




Sump sat nicely low and bleeding out the rest, along with my top trick of
blowing into the cam cover filler area to remove excess oil along way,
( Trust me it works lol )



However spent a little more time on the removal of the old filter then I should,
This was due to a lack of brain power. Tightened the filter opposed to
loosening, This required much hammer and screwdriver work to fix lol [Applause]



Anyway all back together. Drove down to the house and let it run for 5 minutes
then checked the level and topped up to the F line. All ready for mapping.
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Like the attention to detail. Cars looking fantastic mate. [thumleft]
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Yeah the attention to detail is spot on. Good work.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

How did mapping go? How's the new map feel? What boost did you take it up to?

Sorry for all the questions [Laughing]
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Any reason why you're using 10w 50?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2017 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Love the attention to detail with the zinc coating. I wish I'd done that when I had mine stripped apart!
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2017 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Looking good buddy, nice spec list too [Laughing]
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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 9:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Gee Man wrote:
How did mapping go? How's the new map feel? What boost did you take it up to?

Sorry for all the questions [Laughing]


Hi Guys

Right cars mapped and God does it now perform !
Last Thursday I was up at 5:30am ready to leave for Fensport. Drove like
a granny as I have been with the running in procedure and made it in 2 & 1/2
hours. Arrived and was greeted with a pretty nice workshop location.
Adrian doesn't have to travel far to work does he lol.



Met Dan , Tim , Adrian and Tom Hudson who they sub in from Hudson speed
shop. All top guys and invited me into the office to relax. Made the smart
choice of bringing my laptop and headphones and read speed hunters online
and listed to podcasts. They had some very nice cars in, alongside their own
GT86's which as you may know are big builds !




One serious Celica GT4 3s-GTE



Any way onto mine, Tom and Adrian set up all the mapping gear and then
were checking Walton Smith's prior map, Be aware the below photo may
shock and offend those of a nervous disposition.



Yup, Tom jast laughed and said "Ive got 3 of Waltons cars in at the moment"
now I'm no expert as most of you know and I'm learning as I go,
but I'm pretty sure a map shouldn't resemble a water colour of the rocky
mountains FFS ! [Evil or Very Mad] Look at how it peaks up at the end !

Tom and Adrian asked how I wanted to Launch control to be, when they
mentioned "Pops and Bangs" my face lit up, yes I'm 6. Waltons launch
control just hit limiter but with the new LC setup its like a WRC car on
Anti-Lag ! ill get a video soon [Very Happy]

Here's a video of Arian and Tom making it ten feet out of the workshop before
having to stop and make the first alteration due to it being way to lean !

[IMG]http://i1252.photobucket.com/albums/hh576/jordanleewhyte/th_122B6111-D022-46B4-8E3C-D2951B704FD8_zpsrhvjhkiu.mp4[/IMG]

4 hours later they were back, informing me that the car drives great and
they were not wrong. Here's the difference that Tom and Adrian were able to achieve.



They both mentioned that it was really the standard injectors holding the car
back from making any more power. they mapped it to 1.2bar but then tailed off
smoothly to 1bar right at the top end before the rev limit to save any damage.
The car drives amazingly and I'm very happy safe in the knowledge that its
running this all now easily within its means. Ill get used to this power and
save for a Garret GTX3076 , external waste gate and a set of SARD 800's
then aim for 400whp.

One little more thing, Took Friday off as well, to take my little bro down to SVA
imports to look at his new potential car.






55k ( Miles ) and brand new import, comes with 12 months warranty, 150 spot
point inspection, 12 months MOT etc. drives lovely and we put the deposit
down until its registered next week, then we can go and collect.

But the best part of this story was discovering one of the best roads I've ever
driven ( B2089 ) and on the way back another ( B2067 ) if you live in the south
east I highly recommend, the "89" is like a race track for 10 miles and the
"67" is tight and technical. Looking forward to running them again soon.
the MR2 was incredible after the map driving these roads !
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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Nice one mate, glad you're happy with the car. Some nice metal down there! [Cool]
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