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Old 05-04-13, 09:59 AM   #1
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Just re-did my build listing of what is remaining and damn, it is still looking expensive. But I'm more than 2/3 of the way through, so not gonna stop now..

Currently Purchased/Installed:
JDM Aristo/Supra 2JZGTE VVTi Motor Swap - $2,100.00
R154 5 Speed Transmission from MKIII Supra - $800.00 (Including 1JZ>R154 bellhousing)
Tweaked Performance SC300/2JZGTE VVTi Hybrid Harness (completely plug and play) - $1,000.00
Clutchmasters Stage 3 6 puck clutch - $450.00
Driftmotion 3" Aluminum Driveshaft - $350.00
CXRacing FMIC + Piping - $400.00
Ghetto Ebay Downpipe - $140.00
Greddy Type FV BOV - $200.00
Labor for Swap - $2,500.00
New Paint Job - $1,000.00
Godspeed Coilovers - $800.00
XXR 531 Wheels Staggered, 18x11 114.3x5 in the rear - $800.00
DOM Full 10 point Roll Cage w/ Labor Install - $2,400.00

Total: $12,940.00


Currently Purchased but Not Installed:
AEM Infinity-6 EMS - $1,800.00
Labor for Milspec Harness Design/Finish: $3,500.00
AEM 5 BAR MAP Sensor - $150.00
AEM AIT Sensor - $80.00
ProEFI 150 PSI Fuel Pressure Sensor - $140.00
Supra MK4 Rear-End/Diff w/ LSD (4.08 gearing) - $1,000.00
Q45 80mm Throttle Body - $90.00
Garrett GTX4088R Turbocharger - $1,900.00 (all vband hence the cheaper price)
Tial 44mm External Wastegate - $240.00
Doc Race All VBand Tubular Manifold (321 Stainless Steel) - $1,700.00
Injector Dynamics 2000cc High Impedance Injectors - $1,300.00
Hypertune Intake Manifold - $2,400.00
Head Rebuild/Porting Work (stiffer springs, over-sized valves, etc) - $4,000.00

Total: $18,300.00

Items/Labor that need to purchased/performed:

Powerhouse Racing Dual Fuel Pump Hangar - $570.00
Two Fuel Pumps (Not sure of what I'm going with just yet) - $400.00 (estimated)
E85 Micron Filter and Fuel Lines - $180.00
OS Giken Triple Plate Clutch Kit - $2,400.00 (Includes push>pull type conversion kit)
SSR Professor SP1 (Rear) 18x13 -19: $1,500.00
NITTO NT05R Tires 285/***/**, set of 4 - $800.00
50mm Oversized Fenders: $550.00
Sikky Diff Bushings: $250.00

Total: $6,650.00


Total Already Spent: $31,240.00

Projected Actual Cost: $37,890.00

I am having Kaizen Motorsports do all of the install/labor work, so I haven't included pricing on any of that the work cost will vary. I'll update with those prices as I get the quotes for the labor.
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Old 05-04-13, 10:00 AM   #2
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more pics, can't access photobucket for some reason
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The block/head are going to the machine shop this week. Going with GTE pistons and Molnar Rods
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A friend needed a new clutch for his integra, so in the middle of pulling the GE, we did his clutch lol
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Pics of my mazdaspeed3 big turbo GTX3071 Build, fills my need for boost while the GE is getting prepped
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Gonna be pushing 29 PSI with this 44mm EWG. The IWG was stuttering too much under 22 psi lol
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Nice way to start on your car and also by finding time to help out other friends too. The Acura deserves some love too BTW.
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Off to a great start! Sounds like it's going to be a thorough build? Keep us updated, and GL with your build.
Big ups for helping out your buddy with his Acura. It's always good to help each other out, plus we're all learning from one another.

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Any ideas on where to get 99 sc300 evac hose diagram? did a complete swap and lost track of where the hose with the green cap connects to.
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Any ideas on where to get 99 sc300 evac hose diagram? did a complete swap and lost track of where the hose with the green cap connects to.
Sorry man, dont have any diagrams or anything like that..

Heres some more pics of the cutout for the master cylinder that i did today. I found it a little weird that the upper mounting hole for the master cylinder was almost half an inch further away from the main circle cutout than the lower mounting hole... I triple checked to make sure that I cut it out exactly in each imprint...
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Thats because you probably used the master off The mkIII . That one requires some cutting. The one off the sc300 fits perfectly!

Where in California are you?
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Thats because you probably used the master off The mkIII . That one requires some cutting. The one off the sc300 fits perfectly!

Where in California are you?
Yeah, that makes sense, so I just need this one now: http://store.driftmotion.com/static/...ercylinder.php

I'm in Redlands, out by Loma Linda University Med Center, if you know where that is. It's starting to really warm up out here

Geting it ready for cleaning, sanding, prepping, then paint:
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Yeah, that makes sense, so I just need this one now: http://store.driftmotion.com/static/...ercylinder.php

I'm in Redlands, out by Loma Linda University Med Center, if you know where that is. It's starting to really warm up out here

Geting it ready for cleaning, sanding, prepping, then paint:
Yes i know where thats at. It is getting hot:/ but i bet it's worse over there.

That's the one im actually in the process of doing my R154 swap as well. Still need to buy a few more things.

Are you going with black for the engine bay? You should do white , it should look cleaner
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Yes i know where thats at. It is getting hot:/ but i bet it's worse over there.

That's the one im actually in the process of doing my R154 swap as well. Still need to buy a few more things.

Are you going with black for the engine bay? You should do white , it should look cleaner
yuup im going white, just cleaning out the grease/oil. Previous guy driving this car had a main seal leak and valve covers were leaking as well. Need to clean it a little more, and then I will sand it down with 400 grit and paint over it with a few coats of white. It will be tricky though, don't want any runs down the shock towers

Here's some pics of it cleaned up a little:
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Just wanted to get some advice before I make a purchase, for the rebuild I'm going with JE Pistons with a compression of 8.5:1 and GTE rods (pistons oversized from 86 mm to 87 mm). I will also be using ARP rod bolts/head studs and ACL Race bearings. Anyone see an issue with this combination? Are there any head/valve clearance issues with these pistons?

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