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janfar wrote:Dave wrote:I am hearing what you guys are doing and my suggestion would be to tackle one aspect of the car at a time, obviously you need to prioritise them, e.g. fix all susension issues and then move on
These cars takes lots of abuse and don't do/add more to the damage
always remember a stitch in time saves nine so don't be the one saying, i won the race but my engine is gone
btw, row, your rear rotors, well the lhs one looks like it needs some attention, machine or replace
Dave boy, that kinda hard when all aspects failing at the same time. Last time i was home was only for 2 weeks, the car was down for 2 days cause the banjo bolt from turbo oil feed to head broke, had to make a new one out of a old caliper bolt from my last corolla, 2 days later, slave cylinder failed, had to jack up the car in front my aunt house in the hot sun to change, another week later, turbo line water house burst and car overheated resulting in a forked head gasket, plus with that said im gonna have pressure test the lot.
My decision was as a result on continuous inconvenience and unreliability. Im gonna do everything over a period of time and prep her for street legal/ drag capable, given that freeport is a go.
janfar wrote:Easy really... All you need is a bolt with the same thread, cut it to length, drill a hole down the center and then one across... any half decent machine shop could do it.
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