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Re: stronk cars

Postby NoobInOPTank » 30 Aug 2019 08:45

I finished my 3d printed gauge panel, turned out pretty good I think O:)

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Re: stronk cars

Postby Brati007 » 30 Aug 2019 17:03

kratzfest und widerstandsfähig? ich denk auch schon ne weile drüber nach mir nen 3d drucker zu zulegen ...
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Re: stronk cars

Postby NoobInOPTank » 30 Aug 2019 18:47

Kratzfest wahrscheinlich nicht, aber das fasst man auch nicht wirklich an. Ist geschliffen und lackiert, weil man sonst die Struktur vom drucken sehen würde. Ich habe selber auch keinen 3D Drucker, kann man sich aber online unter zB treatstock für 10€ ausdrucken lassen. Da muss man schon viel ausdrucken bevor sich ein eigener Drucker lohnt
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Leg3n_d » 31 Aug 2019 03:59

"I finished my 3d printed gauge panel, turned out pretty good I think O:) "

Looks Awesome !
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Brati007 » 10 Dec 2019 17:35

NoobInOPTank wrote:It runs: https://www.instagram.com/p/B50lmOaBxkg/ <3


getriebefeineinstellung sowie ventilspiel selber eingestellt?
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Paris_Hilton » 10 Dec 2019 22:37

i'll follow you.. gotta need dem updates mate
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Mettkrieger » 10 Dec 2019 23:04

What's so special about the 2JZ engine?
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Xen » 10 Dec 2019 23:11

Mettkrieger wrote:What's so special about the 2JZ engine?


It's very durable and has high tuning potential with minimal effort, which made and makes it a popular choice and a legendary engine in the scene.
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Dr_Starfart » 10 Dec 2019 23:15

Yeah the head gaskets and cylinders are strong as fuck so it can just handle the turbo pressure. Those things aren't cheap at all and that is epic as fuck what you made there :P
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Re: stronk cars

Postby NoobInOPTank » 11 Dec 2019 12:17

Brati007 wrote:getriebefeineinstellung sowie ventilspiel selber eingestellt?

Motor und Getriebe waren nicht so weit zerlegt, dass wieder etwas eingestellt werden müsste. Habe nur großen Service am Motor gemacht, Zahnriemen, Wasserpumpe, Simmerringe usw.

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Already wondered who that pleb was >:D

Mettkrieger wrote:What's so special about the 2JZ engine?

What makes them special is that you can push them to crazy power levels without opening them (Stronger rods and pistons). With a bigger turbo, larger fuel injectors and a standalone ECU you can push these to 700 HP on stock internals, which is pretty crazy when the engine has like 300 HP stock. With stronger rods and pistons you can make 1000+ HP, which is probably plenty to kill yourself :D
They are not cheap engines, but still a decent value for the price. I paid around 3,4k for an Toyota Aristo halfcut (car cut in half in Japan) and sold the rest. So the engine was around 2,5k€. As an comparison, the S50 E36 M3 Engine is around 5k€, so thats like double the price for an non turbo engine...
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Xen » 24 Dec 2019 14:44

My brithday present to myself:

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Work in progress as you can see, gotta work on the rattling, but need to wait until the rain stops. I still have a lot of the stuff I used on my doors that I am going to use on my trunk lid and the sides and probably the bottom too.
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Mettkrieger » 24 Dec 2019 15:17

You don't really go shopping with your car, right?
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Xen » 24 Dec 2019 15:34

I will put it all the way on one side instead of in the middle and then a bit furhter back, i think i will get a few cm out of that. but yeh, i dont do a lot of grocery shopping with my car :D
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Mettkrieger » 24 Dec 2019 16:05

I thought about dampening my car as well, but can't be bothered to take it apart
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Xen » 24 Dec 2019 17:48

its really nice tho, helps a lot
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Re: stronk cars

Postby Xen » 25 Dec 2019 15:04

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same track. That rattling kinda noise you can still hear is nowhere near as loud IRL and you can only hear it when the trunk is open. Used about 3 to 4 sauareters of alu buthyl on trunk lid, the wheel wells, the spare wheel cover, the rear wall and the license plate. It'd be better if I put another layer on the lid, connecting the two layers of sheet metal, but I needed a break. Might go do it later. E: Did it now. Much better actually.

The sound when you close the trunk changed from tin can to s-class <3
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