Discussion in '8th Gen' started by TProjectCR, Jun 24, 2014.
Very nice, looked at your fb page i see theres a lot into this car.
Thanks bro! I'm gonna post more pics and videos soon
Not really a fan of the wheels or the huge rear wheel gap lol
but the engine bay looks great!!
Yep I want to change the wheels for a BBS set but not yet. The front wheel have the suspension installed but the rear wheel dosnt have installed yet. Soon will put the rear suspension too.
Its under construction yet LOL I upload pics of the progress on my fb page
Yeah I don't do the facebook thing lol... but glad it's still a work in progress, heck your car looks a lot better than my POS lol
LOL what is your pos? that lexus looks awesome
He's very modest, lol.
Maybe he means now that the side is completely trashed lol
I beg to differ lol
The project start most of all to demonstrate the potential of the 1ZZ-FE, since the beginning, when I wanted to investigate the issue was only negative gossip and other people who did not even know the topic or had not tried.
Everyone says it's better an engine change or even a change of car.
My mechanic and I started researching much about it, even with the best in the country and the national company Toyota and decided to carry it out.
We found the Monkey Wrench Racing page at internet, that was a great help with its racing parts designed specifically for the 1ZZ-FE and thereafter began to make what many believed impossible.
It's been a long road, effort, time and energy in their development but everything seems to go as expected. We wanted to develop something never seen in a Toyota Corolla 1ZZ-FE 8gen and less in Latin America.
So far the car has undergone a complete transformation of the engine, brakes, suspension, electronics and structure, all designed for performance especially in the street.
To date the project has come a long way but still has not ended is an ongoing research and development.
Many thanks to all who have contributed to this dream one way or another and supported with advice and help.
El proyecto inicio mas que todo para demostrar el potencial del 1ZZ-FE, ya que al principio, cuando quería investigar del tema solo encontraba negativas y demás habladurías de gente que ni siquiera sabia del tema o no lo había intentado.
Todo el mundo dice que es mejor un cambio de motor o incluso un cambio de auto.
Mi mecánico y yo empezamos a investigar mucho sobre el tema, incluso de la mano con los mejores del país y la empresa Toyota nacional y decidimos llevarlo a cabo.
Encontramos la pagina Monkey Wrench Racing que fue de gran ayuda gracias a sus partes racing diseñadas especialmente para el 1ZZ-FE y de ahí en adelante empezamos a realizar lo que muchos creian imposible.
Ha sido un camino muy largo, de esfuerzo, tiempo y energía en su desarrollo pero todo parece ir como esperábamos. Queríamos desarrollar algo nunca visto en un Toyota Corolla 8gen 1ZZ-FE y menos en latinoamerica.
Hasta ahora el auto ha sufrido una transformación completa de lo que es su motor, sistema de frenos, suspensión, electrónica y estructura todo pensado para el desempeño especialmente en la calle.
A día de hoy el proyecto ha avanzado mucho pero aun no ha finalizado es un trabajo continuo de investigación y desarrollo.
Muchísimas gracias a todos los que han contribuido en este sueño de una u otra manera y han apoyado con sus consejos y ayuda.
thanks for posting it up on here!
Now this is what a turbo build should look like... PROGRESS!
Damn where's Milky in here.
Nice Love the build, Not a fan of the body kit
Try cbass trd reps !!!
Finally someone said it lol
well it's only 1/4 of a body kit lol
LOL!! The main reason for what I did the body kit or the 1/4 body kit LMAO! was to improve the air entry to the engine and the intercooler, and looking for better cooling, because the original does not have enough space. It was more necessary than a luxury. I love the clean, original style and JDM style but according understand this style seeks improvements over the aspect, and that is precisely what we seek to make this change. Remember that this is not a car designed for high performance and is not prepared for such, which necessarily have to change certain details in order to improve it. By example if you see the JDM drift cars you will see that most of it doesn't have a clean and original style. JDM does not mean you can not change the look of the car, although the car you are looking to be kept as original as possible, what actually defines the JDM is to improve performance, and if necessary for that change appearance a bit so be it.
You could try the no-bumper style
Remember that is a street car not a circuit car and is not allowed to carry no front bumper in the streets
Oh that sucks lol
I crashed, causing the interior, lip kit, lights, and wheels to fly off
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