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Old 05-15-2011, 05:33 AM   #21
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How did you get that spoiler to fit on there? The space on there is really narrow. I've been wanting to do it to my MK3 but I fear of buying something too big.
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Old 05-15-2011, 12:50 PM   #22
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the wings has to go asap!!!! along with the seats!!!!

i like the rt hand steering/speaker box/wheels work for now.


good luck on your project.
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Old 05-15-2011, 07:55 PM   #23
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A 1G with buckets, 5-point harnesses and that awful wing??? Wow, you got balls kid.


Anyway, This thread belongs in the show and tell section, you'll find it there hence forth.
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Old 05-18-2011, 04:15 AM   #24
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I'll agree that the speakers have to go but the wing looks neat and the seats must've cost quite a bit to get let alone the trouble to put in. I say it's awesome. I want a wing on my 86.5 >.> I feel that narrow strip is too small though.
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Old 06-19-2011, 02:10 AM   #25
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Nice lookin Supra.... in the supra forums.
He/she could be in the honda forums... whats everyone complaining about. Kid's got his own style, ya know? He drives a Toyota, stop pickin on him. *poke*

Working on a similar project on my 86.5...
Swapping in the 1ggte and looking for a flywheel, clutch and pressure plate... Canada is close enough for me, however Austrailia is not really ideal. Anyone hear anything pm me.
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I love the look! The supra looks good!

I'm worried about the wiring around the engine. Looks like someone did a sloppy job after swapping in that engine, it does not appear to be your factory engine

That is certainly a none turbo distributor!
That MAF sensor is from a none turbo engine and is restricting air flow!

I'm thinking you should check and see exactly what ECU you have amd check the wire harness for any cuts or unplugged sensors.

You may be running dangerously lean with the wrong electronics.

You may have a originally none turbo, with a swapped engine.

You should definitely find out exactly what engine you have. I'm no 1g expert.
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It's not a swap and the VAFM and distributor are fine. That's a 1G-GTE. They're not common and not something you're likely to ever see in person. It's a twin turbo, 2 liter, inline 6 which was only sold in Japan. As for the wiring, well, I hope he's figured it out in the FOUR YEARS since he started this thread.
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Old 07-28-2013, 09:42 PM   #28
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hey man have you done anything else to your engine/car? I've always been curious about the 1g-gte's capability.. Have you done any chassis mods? I do believe the 1g is the lightest engine that went into the mk3 chassis, so overall from what I've seen the GA70 is almost 250 lbs lighter than our MA70. (It would be great if this can be confirmed.) This would be reason enough to try and track this thing at auto X... BTW, I know the engine weight itself doesn't account for the weight difference.
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