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Mr.Stance

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#201   2018-07-06 23:03          
Yeah , Your car got the Blacktop 4AGE ?

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# Soju : This is so unique, and I really like the styling!

Zero

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#202   2018-07-06 23:22          
Bluetop 16V. Ill probably upgrade to a 20V but im not sure if i wanna just keep the engine as is with better internals.
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
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Location: Ireland
Occupation: breaking is200's
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#203   2018-07-07 00:09          
ayyy 86 friend, meet up sometime?

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#204   2018-07-07 10:25          
Im down for a meet up. Lmk a time and place!
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

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#205   2018-07-12 16:54          
Decided to take the 86 to a local shop.. and got some pics..
Also sprayed the centers of the Dori Dori's in white and ten times better looking! Was also thinking of getting a TRD wing so hmu if you have one for sale or know of one for sale... ended up with temp plates too since the car wasnt registered for a while.
There will be an actual update soon
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

MACKAY

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#206   2018-07-12 17:12          
Somehow your 86' looks very different from every other 86' that I have seen, there is something about it that I can't explain, the feelings I get while looking at it. B)

ErwinFenyvesi23

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#207   2018-07-12 17:15          
Wow , I gotta say , this is such a nice 86 ! The wheels on it make it look so clean and modern ! I love it !

Check out my [ROLEPLAY] , its pretty good ...

Cars in RP :
○ 1994 Toyota Supra Mk IV ( daily car )
○ 1989 Nissan S13 180sx ( drift car )
○ 1994 Nissan Skyline R33 GTST ( current project car )

Vehicle history:
○ 1994 Nissan S13 180sx
○ 2001 Acura Integra DC5
○ 1998 Nissan S14 Kouki
○ 1992 Mazda RX-7 FD3S

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#208   2018-07-12 17:19          
Every 86 that I've seen after owning this is way different (all in good ways) I think its the fact its not panda. Makes me feel a certain way too man haha, Its a beauty ngl.
The wheels fit really well too, i probably wont change them unless i see something that really catches my eye.
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

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#209   2018-07-15 00:17          
Conversion... Conversion...
So the guy who owned AE86 before me had another one in storage which had an SR20 Conversion. Now i was ecstatic to see it, and now its got me thinking if i should really keep the 4A or find a different engine. Maybe a 2UZ or an SR even if it means it wont be original anymore.
Lemme know of any suitable engines and ill probably pick the most popular one lmaoo. Here's the SR AE86 (it looks really similar to mine just yellow and a bit more track orientated)
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

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#210   2018-07-15 00:23          
SR is kinda overdone imo, f2x/k2x swap would be cool/weird imo

Zero

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#211   2018-07-15 00:28          
I was told about an F20C a few times. I was kinda thinking about a K20 mounted to a F20C box. Ill check around for engines
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

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#212   2018-07-15 07:33          
Well, seen a hand full AE's with SR20's... if you want to go full crazy... go rotary. But tbh the 4A is a great motor!

Dr. Zoom

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#213   2018-07-15 07:52          
LS swap. >:)


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Soju

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#214   2018-07-15 11:18          
That's a nice progress on AE86! Maybe go for Beams?

Zero

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#215   2018-07-15 13:27          
All really viable swaps. I think the biggest possibility is the Beams or K/F Series. LS is a little hard to get since i am in Japan and American V8's are not common at all lmao, Rotary would be OTT for an AE86 but really cool.
Ill compare prices for Beams VS K/F Series and then decide..
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

MACKAY

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#216   2018-07-15 13:35          
You can get a cheap Altezza with 3S and take the engine out, then sell the car as spares, which should even make you some small profit in the end. Of course the engine might need rebuild or something, but after all you will knew what is right or wrong with your engine. Thats the way I would do it, remember my X30 ? It definitely worked for me.

Zero

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#217   2018-07-15 13:57          
The X30 was real nice. Ill definitely keep an eye out for a Altezza RS200! And knowing me ill probably rebuild the engine for peace of mind haha
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

Zero

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#218   2018-07-15 17:26          
Just snatched a RS200 Altezza for $889 or 100,000 JPY. Its somewhat damaged but the engine is in perfect condition, low mileage and its a 6 speed. Guess im going Beams haha
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

MACKAY

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#219   2018-07-15 23:17          
My man, can't go wrong going that way lol, I can't wait till you start building your engine up, will be interesting to see your part list and so on and how much hp will it make, aaah, so many flashbacks from my build.

Zero

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#220   2018-07-15 23:20          
Ill end up going forged internals just incase i decide to go NA-T. I guess i should start making a list haha.
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*

MACKAY

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#221   2018-07-15 23:24          
Stock valves and crankshaft are more than enough if not going over 500hp+ imo, so don't waste money on these, oem valves are titanium, crankshaft is also strong af, only re-balance it properly and so on, I am sure that you can take a look at my part list, every part and cost of it that went into build is there, I am sure it will help ya.

Zero

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#222   2018-07-15 23:44          
Ill have a look now, i think i might end up with lightweight forge pistons and h beam rods. Nothing else. Since as you said the stock valves and crank are good till about 400 or so. Possibly get the crank polished and look at porting the head.
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
Zero Skill Edits - *LINK*