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Old 05-06-2012, 01:05 PM   #651 (permalink)
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Damn dude your luck with gears. Hope you can get everything figured out in time for the Naches trip!
Btw shoot me a txt with the dates if you have found them out. Gotta give the boss a little heads up and figure out what my deadline is.
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You can also use IFS rear axles for a wider setup, still using the early mini axle tubes for proper fit in the cruiser center.
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Old 05-07-2012, 03:00 PM   #653 (permalink)
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Ok cool, that clears up a giant portion of my problems, thanks alot guys.

one more question that i didnt seem to find, What cam are you guys running? theres a stock cam currently in the motor and i was given a new unused enginbldr 268 cam. what would be better? or should i look for a new cam? thanks again.
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The fuel management is controlled by a stock toyota vacuum advance distributor. Good to about 12 lbs.

The turbo is set before the mixer. This makes the mixer open and mix air/fuel as much as the turbo wants as it is making suction.
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Old 05-13-2012, 07:07 PM   #655 (permalink)
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Would it work with the propane. It cool down your mixture.
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The fuel management is controlled by a stock toyota vacuum advance distributor. Good to about 12 lbs.

The turbo is set before the mixer. This makes the mixer open and mix air/fuel as much as the turbo wants as it is making suction.
Have you had detonation? do you know what the total advance is? what is your base timing? are you using an adjustable cam gear?


Sorry for all the questions, just pounding out all the little things on my new turbo engine. My old one would detonate under full throttle, I coudnt get a dist in with the vac advance so I toook the whole thing a part and made the timing adjustable. Total advance at 29 deg worked the best but not a lot of boost. I plan on hitting the 12-15 mark with this one.
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bummer about those gears, but I seriously wish I knew you'd be out at schwartz. I'd love to see your runner in action.

The funny thing is that it seems I've ruined some diff gears at schwartz on saturday.
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First thing first.... I need to tune the dizzy while listening for pre-det at WOT. I have never been good at knowing what to listen to and this rig is stupid loud right now. I am working on the exhaust to quiet it down and trying to find a good area to get her spooled up and legs stretched.





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Have you had detonation? Not to my knowledge yetdo you know what the total advance is? No what is your base timing?Stock, so 5* give or take IIRC? are you using an adjustable cam gear? No


I plan on hitting the 12-15 mark with this one.
From my understanding, 12 is at the top end of a mech dizzys range. After that a stand alone system is in order.
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First thing first.... I need to tune the dizzy while listening for pre-det at WOT.

reading this seems like something id hear in one of those rap songs,


hey isnt there a machine shop in NorthP that could re-thread a jonny joint(1" to 7/8"), i went to the machine shop in my town ForestG and they said there was someone in NP that can do what i need. do you have any experience or knowledge of the shop im asking about
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The mechanical advance will hit 51 degrees at total advance. At only 5lbs I was having detonation problems until I gutted an older 22r distributor and made it adjustable for a total advance of 28 degrees. I was able to run WOT at that point with no issues, On 97 octane
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The mechanical advance will hit 51 degrees at total advance. At only 5lbs I was having detonation problems until I gutted an older 22r distributor and made it adjustable for a total advance of 28 degrees. I was able to run WOT at that point with no issues, On 97 octane
How did you know you were having detonation? By sound? Checking plugs?

Stubs is running propane also, which is ~110 octane, plus the draw through turbo doesn't lean out.

Tech on modding distributor? Links?
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Replaced my busted gear set with a welded 6 cyl third and a new Nitro Gear R&P from JT diff.

Also rebuilt the trac bar.

Opened up the mount point at the axle, lengthened the shackle, and beefed up the tubes. 1.75 sleeved with 1.25 DOM on both the top and bottom tubes and a piece of 1.5 x 1.5 x .25 angle on the bottom.






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did you get to test the new traction/anti wrap this weekend...pics/video
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Took Krunch out this weekend on sat. Had a good time with a few friends.

No new breakage's.

Here is a link to the PNW section /forum/usa-northwest/1068805-tsf-5-26-12-a.html

We crawled the lower section of the Crushers before it began to rain. Then we hit up 7-Up. Only one of the three who tried was successful. I came close but I had vaginal issues with my leaf springs unloading while backing down.







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Pulled line on this one. It was on the teeter totter verge....


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sweet 4runner! and it looks like that buggy walked right up 7up was definitely interesting to watch that video
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Took Krunch out this weekend on sat. Had a good time with a few friends.

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Pulled line on this one. It was on the teeter totter verge....
Guess the last vid explains the line, first pic it looks like the line isn't through the fairlead but is in the 2nd pic.
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looks like a blast. what was problem with 7up ? tire tread slight rain before atempt of not a low enough cg or wieght like the buggy?
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Hey Stubs, this may be a fairly retarded question for and some other seasoned rock crawlers here but in your second video right about the 49 second mark your driver side tire was turning before passenger started. Your spooled up front right? If so, what was twisting before the tire started to turn?
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So due to peer pressure I decided to paint Krunch...... Spent more money and time than I wanted to for something that wont last...



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your driver side tire was turning before passenger started. Your spooled up front right? If so, what was twisting before the tire started to turn?
I am not spooled in the front. It is a Grizzly locker. What you are seeing is the slop in the locker before it engages. It is pronounced due to how slow the tires are turning. The Detroit in the front of Ol' Blue is the same.
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your kid pulled a wheel stand like it was nothing ha that was pretty sweet to watch

with new paint is it raspberry crunch or strawberry crunch now?

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Looks fucking badass man!
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Finished up my exhaust. Put a Moroso spiral flow race muffler, flex coupler and some heat wrap up buy the turbo.

Seems to have quieted it down a bit (thank god) but I havent done anything but rev it up in the shop. The longer pipe hopefully will keep the in cab temp down and the down turn keep more noise out of my ear..




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