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Re: RUREDI'S - B120 A12 EFI Turbo Build
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NO.all at rear of block, where gearbox bolts on.

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Got confused looking at different diagrams in tech wiki. My apologies.

So are there 6 or 7 in total with the one on the head? Tech Wiki says there are 7 which has thrown me.

Posted on: 2013/6/16 10:25
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Re: RUREDI'S - B120 A12 EFI Turbo Build
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6 total; wiki is wrong,it show 3 x 50mm.theres only 1 50mm in engine

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Re: RUREDI'S - B120 A12 EFI Turbo Build
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Cheers mate, thanks!

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Hey guys,

The ute has collected a lot of dust since my last post. Planning on getting things moving again early next year.

I have just picked up a NOS Toyota T50 3T 5 Speed Gearbox. Pretty happy.

I'm now entertaining the idea of using forged rods and pistons since they are getting pretty cheap now.

The forged rods are $300 and come with ARP2000 bolts which saves me $60 having to buy the bolts to fit the standard rods plus the machining costs to get them modified so I may as well. Only thing is they suggest a 76mm bore. I was only planning to go out to 74mm. Not sure which way I will go yet.

JE make fully custom forged pistons for around the $600 mark. Not sure what specs I would build them to. Possibly just get them done identical to oversize OEM flat tops?

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Re: RUREDI'S - B120 A12 EFI Turbo Build
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Block, crank, rods & pistons dropped down to Flowcraft Engines today. Due to be completed next week. Getting a good move on with the egine build now. Pics soon to follow.

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Picked up some goodies today! Thank you to the guys at Precision International.

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Got to play Datsuns on the Weekend and got a few things painted up! Still waiting for my engine to come back from Flowcraft who are dragging their feet a bit.

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S13 Siliva Calipiers. Will drop them off at the Brake joint tomorrow to have new pistons and seals put through.

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Hey mate if u have the parts for the calipers I'm sure u could rebuild them urself pretty easily, if u have a compressor a couple rags, seal pick and some brake fluid u could save urself a few bucks...

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Hey mate if u have the parts for the calipers I'm sure u could rebuild them urself pretty easily, if u have a compressor a couple rags, seal pick and some brake fluid u could save urself a few bucks...


Cheers for the tip man. Unfortunately I don't have a compressor or a seal pick etc. Cost to get the done pro is not really that much. $60 odd bucks.

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