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MWR 1zz header stud kit

Discussion in '8th Gen' started by Marriedtodanger, May 28, 2015.

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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    Anyone used this? Monkey Wrench sells an ARP header stud kit.
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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    Ok answered my own questions, Monkey wrench racing arp header studs for 1zzfe are nice, long term I'll have to update on them staying tight. image.jpg image.jpg


    And for the OBX header, people who are noticing it because of the factory dent. Just file it and put a back up SS band clamp for extra security. Works better than making a leaky notch in the pipe. I was going to add a flex pipe, but I used the speed source motor mounts instead. No flex, but just like everyone says vibes the teeth a little. I may drill holes?
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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    Sorry, I'll explain file it = file the factory dent that Toyota smacked in there
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    Nice ! what are the specs on your car?
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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    Nothing much at the moment, I have a 99 VE 150k miles with deloomed engine, obx header,speed source mounts, Megan race spec strut brace, etc...... I have a couple future tricks up my sleeve. Oh and the VSV valve is crap trying to hide with out blowing it or having a pulsing hose. I picked the car up for free. My mom was going to get rid of it. I was a Toyota tech so no way!
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    Cant wait to see pics !
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    crolla "Wait did I just lose to a corolla?"

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    Nice! looks good man. What do you mean deloomed engine? You mean you shaved/wire tuck your engine bay?
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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    Same thing, technical term is Deloom. I still need to move my power steering res, and work on hiding the injector wires. But it's getting here.

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    crolla "Wait did I just lose to a corolla?"

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    Looks good. What's your plans with the car?
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    Still deciding. A lot of your cars look good but......I'm a over achiever so you may have to wait a little. I can give you my current 3 projects.

    1. Finish Deloom- still have PS res, main engine area, and radiator fan area to get clean. Sides are mainly done. It took a while cause i made splash guards for everything in the bumpers.
    2. I am going through ever panel with RTV, dynamat, heat shielding. Rattles be gone

    3. Interior- I have a box of rare ae101 parts and random Corolla years that I am putting in.

    But I will do coilovers, maybe bags? And going with black diamond steels 5" backs pacing that should be flush with a slight fender roll.
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    Potential is limitless bro

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