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Jasons Tasmanian Mr2

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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/12/12 20:32:29 (permalink)
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Ive been so slack updating this thread, the car was orginally put together and first tuned in april, and ive done as much driving as possible since then (not that much due to a young family) 
 
  • I noticed that i was getting very high injector duty cycles, i think it was mainly due to the walbro 255 not being up to the task, so i changed it to a walbro 450lph and a set of ID2000s to be on the safe side, after a touch up tune the car made right on 300wkw @ 20psi and a 7000rpm redline
  • I had the valve cover off to repair a substantial oil leak, while it was off i had it powder coated matte black and added a AN fitting for a catch can
  • I added a ceramic coated heat shield on the exhaust manifold
  • Ive bought a set of CRW axle cages, rated for unlimited hp, but haven't had time/motivation to install them yet
  • i gave the car its first polish in 10 years, i was surprised by how well the paint came up 
  • i bought a set of SSR SP1 wheels, i was initially unsure about them, but they have definitely grown on me, 18x8.5 and 18x9.5
  • The one united servo we have in tassie that sells e85 has recently changed to the race blend fuel with a 107 octane rating, will be interesting to see if we make any extra power on it 
  • ive bought a Aeroware front lip, Toms sideskirts, and greddy rear pods to go on the car, will hopefully have them painted and fitted in the next few weeks
  • changed to clear indicators and im planning on putting the jdm fogs back in asap
post edited by jason_2901 - 2014/12/12 20:53:37
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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/12/12 20:35:27 (permalink)
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Some newer pics
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/12/12 20:54:35 (permalink)
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jason_2901
Some newer pics
 

 



Is that passenger door aerofoil veilside?

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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/12/12 20:59:38 (permalink)
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Not the greatest delivery vehicle, funnily enough, when i bought the car 10 years ago, it was a company delivery car for false teeth, or at least being claimed as such :-p
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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2015/07/13 00:54:36 (permalink)
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Here's my Tasmanian MR2. Might look familiar to you. 
 

 

 

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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2015/07/13 13:39:15 (permalink)
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Looks nice custard! should i recognise it? had it for long? are you on FB?
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Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2015/07/13 13:43:00 (permalink)
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Thanks! I dug up an old Tasmanian MR2 Club website with some pictures of the members' cars from like 2008, and yours was there as well as mine when someone else owned it. I've only owned it for a few months.
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