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Postby weba » Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:29 am

I got little camera happy so here are some pics i took of my cars and all, will load a while, patience  


My 91 GTZ posing in add lights.. for the last time of this cars life.


Another angle, this car is out of roads in few weeks.. for good maybe :(


First love and new daily side by side


My fathers Volvo 940 2.3 Turbo/ic on the background..


Here lays my 90 GTZ project.. waiting for parts to arrive.. and snow to melt.


where did the suspension go?


No wheels!


And because i love pics from this angle


It's wet.. and shiny


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Postby weba » Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:31 am


Yep..


Clean interior...


Same


Engine bay could be more clear


Aint clean on my 91 either


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Postby weba » Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:32 am


Some liquids to help the 2.2 feel like young again


I just bought these for super cheap.. bad buy, they dont lift the tires of the ground...


Basic stuff to 2.2.. i also did had to buy serpentine belt and new alt.. but i forgot!


Some stuff to project car laying around:
- New lower water hose
- New GM strut mounts
- New GM strut boots
- Clear sidemarkers
- Clear bumber lights
- AC delete pulley
- Doorpanel clips
- Used Z04 fogs, i replaced the glasses and reflectors with new ones after taking this pic
Superior thanks to Rodville for shipping me these!


More stuff laying around and waiting...
- New ball joints
- Inner tierod bushings
- Controlarm polys
- Wheel seals
- Outer tierod polys
- Quad4 boots
- Instrument bulbs..
Still needing loads of stuff...


More stuff to project car
- Addco rear swaybar with polys
- Lower strut bar
- Fe7 polys
- My 12.3" Brembos ready to put on, as soon my Bilsteins arrive from Mantapart
- Rear C4 caliber adapters, still no money to buy rest of the rear hardware ;)



I spare you from the rest of pics.. for now, huh?


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Postby Obsessedw/Berettas » Sun Apr 09, 2006 9:30 am

Sweet. Your new base looks to be absolutely mint! :)



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Postby wicked-irocz » Sun Apr 09, 2006 12:07 pm

thats a lot of stuff to put on your gtz, definatly is gonna be a different car.  Quite hard to get that stuff in Finland I assume.


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Postby weba » Sun Apr 09, 2006 4:22 pm

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thats a lot of stuff to put on your gtz, definatly is gonna be a different car.  Quite hard to get that stuff in Finland I assume.

It's hard. Im trying to get my suspension and brake setup done this year if i have money and time..

Next will be the transmission and the motor.

Suspension project:

Bilsteins              [Coming]
Polys: controlarm        [Got]
Polys: FE7            [Got]
Polys: for inner tie rod       [Got]
Polys: Outer tie rod boots   [Got]
Billet Upper strut tower brace [Coming]
Lower strut tower brace   [Got]
Rear Strut Tower Brace    [-?-]
Addco rear swaybar    [Got]
Eibachs             [Got]
New Ball Joints          [Got]
New Strut Mounts      [Got]
New Strut Boots       [Cot]
New Hub Seals       [Got]


Brake setup:

Front
Brembo front 12.3" rotors   [Got]
Brembo front calibers [Got]
Mounts for front calibers [Done]
Hoses

Rear
C4 rotors
C4 pads
C4 Calibers
C4 Caliber mounts
Mounts to rear axle    [Got]
Some custom work


And then a lots of other work like interior swap etc...






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Postby weba » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:24 am

First the AC removal pics:


First we take the bumber off, then the AC radiator...


And after couple hours of work, the rest off the AC stuff is off.. no, the cat wasn't on the car.
All this stuff in the pic only weights 13Kg.. so i dont think AC del is going to be noticeable weight reduction for anyone.


Ah, so much empy space. Before i put the radiator and front parts back, i'l do the custom CAI, Big3, and battery relocation to trunk.. and few other mods i'l show you later.


Ultimate tool for AC tube removal, makes the job 1000 times faster  :twisted:


stuff to my project car, heavy wires for big3 and battery relocation to trunk, bendable 60mm aluminium pipe and silicon clamps for my new CAI.
And some misc electrical parts to help.
The 60mm pipe itself was very cheap (only 28€), it's kinda small but should do just right because the T/B aint any bigger than that!


These 13" babys will definetly keep the radiator and engine cool, 2700CFM of pure air flow  :shock:  i will put a switch to console where i can operate these buddies.
I'l leave the stock fan computer operated.. so i have total of 3 fans on my car.


And then some night pics of the base





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Postby HateMyAuto » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:26 pm

Those Brembo calipers you have, are they bolt on OEM upgrades, or was there modification needed?


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Postby weba » Sun Apr 30, 2006 1:25 pm

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Those Brembo calipers you have, are they bolt on OEM upgrades, or was there modification needed?

Only small modification needed, but caliber adapters are needed to mount them, i had mine made in local mashinery.



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Postby 98beretta kid » Sun Apr 30, 2006 9:43 pm

Dang, and I thought owning 2 Berettas was enough.  :D Here you are with 3. Which one are those rims with the polished lip going on? Those are hot looking.


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Postby HateMyAuto » Sun Apr 30, 2006 10:09 pm

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Only small modification needed, but caliber adapters are needed to mount them, i had mine made in local mashinery.

Not bad. I take it then the rotors are just Brembo cross drilled, stock size. Can we see a pic of the adapters?

EDIT: Oh, and by the by, what model number/type is the caliper/rotor you are using?

EDITx2: I just noticed the project pics. Forget about the stock rotor size and caliper pics...But what size rims are those, all I can tell from the pics is that they are 215/40s...






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Postby weba » Mon May 01, 2006 12:38 pm

The calibers are Brembo 4 piston ones, from VAG cars (VW, Audi, Seat, etc..)

The rotors are drilled Brembos, size 12.82" x 30mm from Subaru WRX STI 2003 (they have the 5x100 pattern stock)

Rims are 17 x 7" that i remember, offset required is 44mm.

Tires are Cooper Cobra ZHT, 215/45R17 rated for 270km/h!


And these brakes barely fit inside the rims, i would suggest using atleast 18" rims with this setup  :banana

For rear i'm building the C4 brakes, later when i have time and money again :)






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Postby HateMyAuto » Mon May 01, 2006 10:31 pm

Wow, you have a real nice setup. They say the best compliment is immitation. I don't have nearly the kind of money right now for my car for stuff I'd like to do, so I'll just wish I had your setup.


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Postby HeartBeatKid » Thu May 04, 2006 7:53 pm

hey weba i need dimencions on that rear brake mounting bracket PLEASE!




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