Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
12-11-2006, 12:14 AM
Post: #1
Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Time to give this thing a thread of its own.
As seen before on this forum, me and Ivan have bought Kyle's hatch to do service for Scuderia Rollator. Rollator this time referring to the car, and not to the fact that the vehicle is capable of about the same speed as the typical pensioner using this walking help. This baby gets up and GOES!..bigtime.

Specs as far as I've been able to collect:

Powertrain
CA18DET
Xspower Tubular manifold
3" straight through eexhaust system
Megan 3" open silencer
Some type of dumpvalve LOL
Large FMIC with aluminium piping
HKS open air filter
TRD 1.5-way LSD
single piece drive shaft.

Suspension:

Front complete T3 coilovers, 9kg/mm ground controll springs and AGX's
Upper hat system with camber plates
NRCA's
T3 pillowball Toe-controll arms
Aftermarket discs and performance pads
SS brakelines all round
Polybushings where applicable

Rear T3 coilover conversion, 7kg/mm
Battleversion 4 links
Battleversion panhard bar

Wheels and tires:
14x7 Konig rewinds with michelin slicks
15x7 Revolutions with Ivans old rain pirelli's
14x6.5 SSR Colin (starsharks) with 14" tires..soon to be bald

Body:

Several braces, including B pillar, wheel arch, bottom cross brace
Front and rear shock tower braces
Sporty steering wheel
Momo bucket seats
4/5 point seatbelts
Additional Boost/AFR/RPM gauges
Battery in the trunk

In the future the following issues will be resolved in this order:
New turbo: std unit, current one is shot
Rollcage: safety first...needs the structural strengthening too..all braces will probably become available for sale
Brakes...maybe if they prove inadequate with decent ducting and pad selection.
13x8 rims with cantilever slicks, 4x100 adapters and some kind of arches to cover them things up..

A wheel to steer the front of the car
A pedal to steer the rear
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12-11-2006, 12:22 AM
Post: #2
Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Today:
Checked and repaired some small things on the CE86..replaced engine oil and brake fluid. Replaced a broken off wheel bolt and checked all the brakepads. Basically the little things to get her ready for Zandvoort next saturday. Can't wait to get this thing onto a track and drive it.

Anyway took some new pics for you all to see, nothing fancy:

Suspension
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Tubbie
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Interior
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Side1
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Side2
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Seat
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12-11-2006, 12:28 AM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Boring vid:
http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=-...7099061694

Hope to have more interesting footage by next saturday.

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12-11-2006, 11:52 AM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Looking good Thumbs up! but I don't see any movement on the rpm-tacho, problems??
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12-11-2006, 12:10 PM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Nopes, not connected..waiting for monster tach to come in..std tach is completely useless to judge shiftpoints..things happen just too fast. So we'll throw one of those large ugly ones in, that comes with a disco installation to indicate when to shift.

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12-11-2006, 12:32 PM
Post: #6
Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Is that your car NoHachi? I m confused...

danielvanderwoude Wrote:looks like the nmwisima joke saved you in the end
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12-11-2006, 01:47 PM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
NoHachi Wrote:..std tach is completely useless to judge shiftpoints..
Agree!
NoHachi Wrote:So we'll throw one of those large ugly ones in, that comes with a disco installation to indicate when to shift
You can get stand-alone shift lights, so just admit you like those large ugly onse :wink:
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12-11-2006, 02:25 PM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Damn CE refers to diesel Corolla instead of CA-powered one Tongue
Maybe you should change it to CAE86 ?
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12-11-2006, 03:49 PM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
That's one mean looking car. Trackday special! (very jealous)
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12-11-2006, 04:13 PM
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Scuderia rollator CE86 trueno project
Quote:Is that your car NoHachi? I m confused...
It belongs to scuderia rollator, a joint venture between me an Ivan. So yes its mine..half of the time

Quote:You can get stand-alone shift lights, so just admit you like those large ugly onse Wink

Ugly monster tach (=50E) inc shiftlight
Omex standalone shiftlight =150E
You can decide which feature I like most..Seriously if there are any cheap standalone solutions that are cheap and QUICKLY available then let me know. I hate how the tach clutters up the dash while there is a perfectly good working one in the cluster.

Quote:Damn CE refers to diesel Corolla instead of CA-powered one Puh
Maybe you should change it to CAE86 ?

Nopes but I'll make sure to order corolla diesel badge soon!

Another useless movie: http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=8...7885192521

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