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About 5t341tH

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  • Birthday 05/30/1988

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    Huntington Beach, CA
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    78 620, 13 GenCoupe, 85 GS700e, 01 CBR600

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  1. darn. i gave away my whole auto transmission setup a few months ago
  2. wow love the parts and quality work. wish I could do these things
  3. 5t341tH

    My 1jz 620

    great build. I love your body work. what are you going to do for the radiator and intercooler. doesn't look like you have any room left for them. here's what I am working with
  4. What about S13 Sr20det for a 620? I'm looking to get the WS one but you can change my mind
  5. I believe ]2eDeYe is working on the alternator mount too. I am waiting patiently by for him ?
  6. I used subaru legacy seats in mine and I had to remove the head rest and also mount the set more bolt upright to fit me. The bench seat I used before from a toyota pickup seems to have given me more leg room than the subaru seats. I'm only 5'9
  7. 5t341tH

    620 suspension swap

    Is there any limited slip options for the 620 rear end? I'd like to put something more suited for my sr swap as well.
  8. 5t341tH

    My 1jz 620

    imgur.com google.photos.com or photobucket.com I'd like to see this
  9. s2000 motor makes more sense
  10. I do love my hoses. So glad they let me in the back and pick through their selection. I checked out tanks inc on their fuel pumps. The price is not much different than the one I bought. Mine was $220
  11. I went to the auto parts store and found hoses that fit perfectly shifter location vs stock. Looks like I need to cut it back a little bit and weld up the old spot Also started doing my intercooler setup. I am mocking up how I will route the piping. still waiting on some couplers to come in. compressor outlet is 2", compressor inlet is 2.5", intercooler is 2.25", intercooler piping is 2.5", and throttle body is 2.75" so I had to use plenty of reducing couplers with this whole setup. still have to save some money so I can buy my wiring harness from "the wiring specialties." It is a plug and play harness with relays all built in with all new OEM connections. Fuel pump I am planning to use is from FiTech 40015. I purchased it but it is not in stock until next year. Nice thing about this fuel pump is it is in-tank and will be much quieter than an external pump. Also it looks super clean IMO
  12. When I had the transmission bolted on but without the flywheel and clutch on, it fit without hitting the firewall. When I installed the flywheel and clutch and then bolted the transmission in, it would hit the firewall. I had to hammer the firewall a bit to dent in enough room to fit how's the progress on your alternator mounts?
  13. Clearance for the engine mount brackets. Needed to grind it away to clear the turbo Final resting spot for the radiator i had to slot the holes on both the brackets so it could slide around more. ordered intercooler piping and will attempt making my own routing
  14. modified the crossmember to meet up with the 620 transmission mount boxed it up for strength. got the inlet pipe reclocked and the waterneck shortened used a 240sx radiator. test fitting good clearance for the shroud and fans had to relocate the coolant drain over because it was hitting the frame where the bumper mounts radiator stood up too high, so I had to shave away the bumper brackets and drill two holes for the pegs to slot into got it down to where I believe the hood will clear it got a one piece driveshaft made from the old one. cost only 210 bucks! radiator and intercooler final mounting situation got the new clutch in and ready to mate with the transmission one final time after engine and transmission is bolted together forever, the engine now hits the firewall I had to slot the engine mount brackets to allow enough movement to bolt everything down. But everything now is bolted together and I can start making a custom turbo elbow, wastegate actuator mount, intake coupler, AN fuel lines and intercooler piping more to come! let me know if the pictures don't work
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