ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
05-06-2016, 09:41 AM
Post: #31
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
It's looking awesome now bud! Suits it with the arches, though needs a little lower on the front Smile How have you found the new lock? Is it bottoming out on the wheel tubs?

I wish I had seen how easy it was with the S13 front end swap before I spent a LOAD on T3 parts for the AE86!
I might look into the S2000 Master cylinder and booster though, otherwise I think it will just be an uprated Master cylinder as (at the moment), I'm only doing RX7 FD front brakes.

You'll need to come up to Driftland some time Wink
See if we can arrange a mass AE86 gathering!
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05-06-2016, 12:02 PM
Post: #32
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
Thanks! Front tubs are extremely tight now, we are looking at millimeters, so sadly can not lower front end any more at the moment. Will have to find some solution for that as it really asks for some drop there.
That extra bit of lock is almost all what was needed, however for drift you can not have too much of that I would guess Smile
Wider stance made huge difference in handling and the brakes are just too effective, it stops too quickly, you brake first, then you have to accelerate again to get to the corner and brake once again Smile Still cann't get used to that.
Driftland yes, definitely could arrange some ae86 gathering Smile
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05-09-2016, 09:18 AM
Post: #33
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
Does it see primary use as a drift car? Tubbed arches next on the list or still limited by chassis leg/body seam? :/

Might be worthwhile looking at some different brake compounds or just more seat time and get used to the brake feel I guess Smile
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05-09-2016, 09:56 AM
Post: #34
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
Looks great.

Any chance I can get some info about the servo/bmc swap?

Direct bolt in?

What bore is the BMC?

Any chance you can take some pics with a tape thrown across? From turret out, from bulkhead forward?

I need a bigger setup and would rather change the servo too!
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05-21-2016, 03:30 PM
Post: #35
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
(05-09-2016 09:56 AM)mannix20vt Wrote:  Looks great.

Any chance I can get some info about the servo/bmc swap?

Direct bolt in?

What bore is the BMC?

Any chance you can take some pics with a tape thrown across? From turret out, from bulkhead forward?

I need a bigger setup and would rather change the servo too!

Hi,

Hope those pictures will help you. That was pretty much straight forward swap.

Yes that was a direct bolt in, of course servo needed some force to put it in place as it is larger than standard one, however no need to drill any new holes etc.

Sorry can not tell BMC diameter, but it is standard Honda S2000 one, so you could find this info if really need it. Any way, that is more than enough to any size of brakes you will ever fit to ae86 as s2k guys fit ridiculous brakes with the standard BMC/servo.

Oh and BMC has to be from LHD car! As brake lines are on different side. Unless your ae86 if left hand drive, then you need right hand drive BMC.

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05-23-2016, 10:37 AM
Post: #36
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
That is perfect, thanks for the info!
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05-24-2016, 03:08 PM
Post: #37
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
(05-09-2016 09:18 AM)mad.matt Wrote:  Does it see primary use as a drift car? Tubbed arches next on the list or still limited by chassis leg/body seam? :/

Might be worthwhile looking at some different brake compounds or just more seat time and get used to the brake feel I guess Smile

It was primarily a drift car, however i'm starting to enjoy circuit and sprint more now, i guess it's a sign i may be getting older Undecided

About arches not sure yet, i still feel i might get away with some minor mods and a hammer to make wheels fit, we will see Smile

Regarding brakes, I had stock front ae86 brakes for so long, that it is still very weird to see the car braking so well Smile as you say, more track time and eventually should crack the new brakes Smile
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06-27-2016, 06:35 PM
Post: #38
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
ae86 at Crail raceway
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06-28-2016, 02:05 AM
Post: #39
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
(06-27-2016 06:35 PM)Martynas Wrote:  ae86 at Crail raceway
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You were at Crail?! WHEN?! Banzai show?
Will have to meet up next time you're in Scotland Smile
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06-28-2016, 04:32 PM
Post: #40
ae86 Trueno f20c Built to be driven not polished
You were at Crail?! WHEN?! Banzai show?
Will have to meet up next time you're in Scotland Smile
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Yes, Banzai Smile Strange this was the one and only ae86 there
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