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Posted 12/3/10

TurboB18C1DC2 wrote:


Yohannbear wrote:

ahhh i total forgot about this thread! I usually dont go on the forum so if wanna talk to me or ask me question quote me and it will send me a email notification.

@dposcuro, alot of my buddies work on the classic Japanese cars but for me i don't usually deal with anything before a AE86 unless its a Datsun L engine I gotta go where the money is ;)


@AnthonySon There is pros and cons for all dyno system, on the roller system you get tire slip and its very bulky so for smaller size shop it occupies alot of space, theirs also issues of tire size and rim size affecting the dyno run. The pros of the roller is that its MUCH MUCH faster to load up cars, it can dyno more high end WHP over 1200WHP, you can dyno automatics on it. The reason why we went with a Dyno Pak is its small and can be stored away when its not in use. 2) It is alot better for AWD cars since it reads individual hub spins vs per a axel. You can trouble shoot differentials on it. Its more accurate then the rollers. The draw backs on a dyno pak is takes a long time to load, its much more expensive then rollers, more parts = more possibility of dyno failure and its expensive as hell to get repaired.

@TurboB18C1DC2 those are old school collector rims very hard to get now a days. You can always go with Rota... if you have balls :)


Desmonds are not hard to find. and rotas suck oscar meyer


also fuck rotas
Posted 12/7/10
you sell ccw's? lm16s?
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Posted 12/7/10
Naw sorry i don't carry the CCW's
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Posted 12/24/10

TurboB18C1DC2 wrote:

do you guys sell weksos stickers?


I can ask James and find out
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Posted 3/22/11 , edited 3/22/11
Hello,
I have just bought some parts from http://stores.ebay.com/Bremen-Tech-GmbH on ebay and now all that working really very good . here you will get all type of car parts in cheap price and of good quality.
thanks!!
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Posted 4/10/11
Don't support Rota and Desmonds are easy to find as long as you look hard enough. I got a set of Regamasters sitting in my garage, lol.
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Posted 6/6/11
can you find L tuned front bumber for a is300 with sidemarkers, sign of the authenitfication, or any regalus parts for a mark 3 supra perfereably a 89+ to 92, and evo prosport boost gauge, also some altezza logos and hks exhaust seeing how they just went bankrupt in usa
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Posted 7/5/11

bboyJK1 wrote:

can you find L tuned front bumber for a is300 with sidemarkers, sign of the authenitfication, or any regalus parts for a mark 3 supra perfereably a 89+ to 92, and evo prosport boost gauge, also some altezza logos and hks exhaust seeing how they just went bankrupt in usa



is Ltuned same as the TRD One? if not link me a picture of it I will have my contact in Japan do a run on it.
http://www.trdparts.jp/parts_aero-altezza.html

its a negative on the Regulus kit for the MK3 that things been gone for years and years.

I dont sell prosport gauges they are junk spend a bit extra and get your self Defi gauges.

Altezza logos are easy let me know which one and i can get it for ya from Toyota Japan.

HKS Exhaust I can still get it but I will be straight forward with you. HKS Stuff is pretty expensive right now since you have to buy from Japan and the exchange rate is junk. For the amount of money you are spending on the HKS Stuff you might as well get Fujitsubo. The Fujitsubo exhaust is better quality and is one of the very few exhaust that are still made in Japan. easiest way to tell if a exhaust is made in Japan or not is look for a JASMA approval. Aftermarket exhaust made in Japan has to get approved before it gets release in to the market vs item made in other parts of the world and gets shipped here to the US and rebadged.
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