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Thread: '88 FC3S-Full competition build(Cage, Slammed, BN, V8)

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    Default '88 FC3S-Full competition build(Cage, Slammed, BN, V8)

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    car looks nice but thats not really enough for a build thread man. post this in introductions

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    thats my dd haha. Im doing a full rx7 build. will post pics as they come. for now its a bare shell
    Already have:
    BN Sports Type-1 kit
    18x12 and 18x10 Forged 3pc Shelby Series One wheels
    32mm wheel adapters
    L92 6.2l aluminum v8 w/ vvt
    LS3 Intake
    BBK Shorty Headers
    80ft 1.5x.120 Chromoly
    t56 Tranny
    2 wilwood dynalite calipers for independent E-brake system

    Still need to buy:
    265/35 225/35 or 40 Federal 595ss
    Stance XR Coilovers 8k/6k
    Energy Suspensions Bushings
    Ultrashield Aluminum Roadrace seats
    C&R 3-pass radiator
    Wilwood billet reverse hanging clutch/brake pedals
    CNC hydraulic cutting brake for standalone e-brake system
    Deep Sparco suede wheel
    Forrest Wang modded Spindles(already have spindles)
    ShineAutoProject +30mm rear overfenders(will need to be flared to approx. 65mm)
    ShineAutoProject +30mm front fenders, modded to 45
    Megan Front Swaybar
    Solid billet diff bushings
    Welded diff
    16 gallon fuel cell
    im sure theres much more...

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    awwh shyt nigguh, yah just made me spill my Alizé!!
    - Cannot wait to see this work process instilled
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    This thread is useless without pics

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    pictarz... you need em. but me likey that infinti even though thats not what this is about

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    Ported ls3 Throttle body

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    Shelby Series One 18x12 +28, -4 w/ adapter; 18x10 +47, -10 w/ adapter

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    BN Sports Type-1 kit, Federal 595 225/35zr18 tires

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    Motor showing up....

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    How the car started...

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    Filthy engine compartment

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    ..and hydaulic cutting brake, going to be modified to 1 handle

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    Assembled engine pics soon, along with engine/tranny mounted pics

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    whats up with the twin handle/cylinder drift handbrake? you gonna be braking individual wheels or something?

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    Right above the picture it says its going to be modified to one handle

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    Thiss^^^^
    I trust a cnc e brake over a ksport or other taiwanese ebrake, even if I'll have to modify it. Engine mount and tranny mounts came in today. Tires should be mounted tomorrow as well

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    Want to sell the other half off that when you modifiy it?? Ive got a FC as well

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    Nice wheels! I'm running the exact same ones on my project. Did you have to use adapters because of lack of space on the inside or did you just not want to do a redrill instead?
    2006 Mazda MX-5 Limited Edition #201 of 3500: Tein Flex Coilovers (7kg/5kg) | IL Chassis Braces
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    Looking good. I love the wheels. I have the same ones on my q45

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    I didnt want to redrill, and with adapters i got the offsets i wanted(18x10 -10, 18x12 -4). The wheels are super light for their size, and were cheap, and they should be pretty strong, but I'll find out soon enough haha. For the extra ebrake handle, im just cutting one arm short but keeping both cylinders functional, and welding the arms together at a lower point.

    Thanks for the compliments on the wheels! I think theyll be a nice change from the standard work equip or meisters everyone else is running

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    those wheels are sex bro!!!!!

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    Do want.

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    mother of god... want to see those bitc$es fitter properly...

    what's the plans about the fenders? flares?

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    Got the motor in yesterday, fits well but its gonna take some work to get the rack to fit right.

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    The shop that sponsors me in both of my race car sponsored me a couple of seats: Momo Start 2010 FIA

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    My Graduation was yesterday, and my baby knows me too well <3 Momo 330mm deep dish suede drift wheel, shes the best haha

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    And compliments of my parents for graduation, an 8" dildo knobbb ahaha

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    Big purchase of the day: Complete 2006 GTO rear suspension assembly.


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    Going to retrofit the differential, axles, hubs, and brakes into the fc subframe. I didnt feel comfortable trusting the stock, 170,000 mile, differential with holding almost 500 hp, but this should be fine considering a gto weighs 150% of what my fc should weigh when finished.

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    Very nice, I wondered where Rob's G went. Need some new pics of the G

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    Thanks! I joined this forum just because of your car actually haha. Once I get my new front tires on, new skirts, lip, and stiffer springs all around to drop it a little lower, and of course a good detail I'll post pics of my G. Everything is pretty much the same as when Rob had it, all I did was go through a few sets of tires and added hotchkis sways. I can't wait to see your car man.

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