Carbed AE86

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Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Sat Apr 20, 2013 11:09 am

I have a build log set-up on D-series but figured you guys would appreciate it to right? lol

Just a quick over view, i bought this in Aug last year and have loved it ever since. Its a GTS-R5, done quite a bit of work to it but still have plenty to do. So with that, PICS

First day i got it, Got it for 2k with a bad throwout bearing.
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Ordered the bearings the same day and a week later trans out and replaced.
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Cleaned and put it back in
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A week after that, i realized the front end was very soft. Well it turns it was on tokico blues with cut oem spring. So it blew the front shocks, bought replacement front shocks and some springs
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Battery tray was pretty rusted, so battery was moved to the back
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Not where the battery sits now, but just a picture in the back
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Also being a 20+ year old car i got to replacing all the bushings with this.
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So it stayed like that for a while, till i came upon the almighty Carbed thread on the old Club4ag. I seen that and knew thats what i wanted. So i started doing my research, and tried to accomplish it as cheap as possible.

Ordered fuel line and fitings
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Some carbs
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Made my own flange
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Had this fuel pump lying around
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Welded up intake (its different now)
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Then got to work. Dropped the tank, pulled all the lines, mounted everything up.
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Quick FPR mount
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New set-up for the tank
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This is how it sits today
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I just sold my civic yesterday so i have some more money to play with. So i just put in an order for a megajolt set-up, cant wait to get that on there

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby Shuwey » Mon Apr 22, 2013 12:05 am

ogdougynutty wrote:

Also being a 20+ year old car i got to replacing all the bushings with this.
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Where did you purchase this kit from?

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby canyon_carvers » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:59 pm

real nice build! keep it coming!

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby Jimmee1990 » Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:17 am

Thought about using some bellmouth stacks on the end of the carbs? Will really smooth the airflow going in, definitely helps with making power.

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:22 pm

^Those are very high on the list of things to get. Probably once i have this converted to an EDIS system

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:48 am

Just got two pretty package at my door this morning
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Going to a junk yard this friday to source the rest of the edis parts

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Sat May 25, 2013 12:33 pm

Edis set-up it done, wiring is a mess. Getting it cleaned up next week
Edis bolted to where the coil used to be
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Pulley and VR sensor
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Coil Pack Mount
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Good By Distributor
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Little Video of it running
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby canyon_carvers » Sat May 25, 2013 6:04 pm

real nice! how does the drive?

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby JDMwhiteboy » Sun May 26, 2013 3:00 pm

Nice set up man! Got to show some love for the carb guys here!
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby 808AE86inAZ » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:31 pm

+1 for fab'ing ur own parts! Doesn't get anymore hot rod than that.
Step 1: Remove head from ass.

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Tue Jun 04, 2013 8:56 pm

canyon_carvers wrote:real nice! how does the drive?

Thanks! And it drive kinda like a normal non-tvis blue port. 3500rpm and under it is a pig, but once i open it up at 4k it starts screaming


JDMwhiteboy wrote:Nice set up man! Got to show some love for the carb guys here!

Thank you, yes love for the carbs who needs new technology anyways lol

808AE86inAZ wrote:+1 for fab'ing ur own parts! Doesn't get anymore hot rod than that.


O ya heat, hammer, and welder. Having the joy of using your own creation

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Fri Jun 07, 2013 5:28 pm

Started looming all the wires up, still have a little more to do but ran out of loom.
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby F1ashpoinT » Fri Jun 07, 2013 7:32 pm

Howed you get the trans so clean looking? I have mine out right now and its taking me forever

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:07 pm

Superclean, scotchpad, and a pressure washer

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Fri Jul 19, 2013 4:40 pm

Sooo this stuff came in earlier this week
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Today this happened
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Tomorrow the head, bock, pistons, and rods are being sent to a machine shop. And i just put in an order for some ARP head studs and rod bolts. This coming week is going to be exciting.

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby takashi » Thu Aug 01, 2013 6:21 pm

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I've always thought that carbs needed to be horizontal/leveled to the ground. I guess it doesn't?

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:00 pm

takashi wrote:
I've always thought that carbs needed to be horizontal/leveled to the ground. I guess it doesn't?

glw the build


90% of the time you would be right lol. These are downdraft carbs, you look at the floatbowls when you are holding the carbs straight up and down. The bowls are about 30 deg away from being flat. On a bike they can be mounted normally because the engine is already slanted at 30 deg.

This stuff came in
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:03 pm

Cleaned and painted many things
Crossmember
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Oil pan
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Engine Plate
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Mounts and other brackets
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:05 pm

Installed the ARP rod bolts and assembled
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Checking to make sure nothing binds
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And Bottom end finally assembled and painted
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I have new valve springs coming in and they should be here tomorrow. So hopefully i should be at 86fest :)

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby takashi » Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:28 am

ogdougynutty wrote:
90% of the time you would be right lol. These are downdraft carbs, you look at the floatbowls when you are holding the carbs straight up and down. The bowls are about 30 deg away from being flat. On a bike they can be mounted normally because the engine is already slanted at 30 deg.


I've seen other instances with these carbs mounted slanted so I've wondered why, but thank you so much for clarifying it with me!

Please keep us updated with the build, thanks!
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Sat Aug 10, 2013 11:31 pm

Springs are here
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And In
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Head installed
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Motor is in
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Getting ready to start, will be started tonight

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby BeanBone » Sun Aug 11, 2013 8:56 am

Awesome 8-) Enjoying watching this motor come together.
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Sun Aug 11, 2013 11:47 pm

BeanBone wrote:Awesome 8-) Enjoying watching this motor come together.


Thanks, there is plenty more to come.

All finally assembled
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Work i did in the letter for the valve covers
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Even did some work on the oil cap
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I got it started in the garage, found a couple coolant leaks on the block and had a vacuum leak with one of my injector plugs. Fixed those things and the car idled beautifully. I let it idle up to temperature, shut it off, richened up the idle screw and the needle jet and then took it for a spin.

Going down the street i have my eye on the temp gauge and it was reading a little hotter than normal, which was to be expected with higher compression and thinner cylinder walls. But soon after it kept on climbing, i immediately shut the car off and popped the hood. Turned out my radiator developed multiple hairline cracks that didn't show in the garage. So i let it cool down and got it home safely.

I already bought a new radiator, a bigger one at that, and i have a dual fan set-up in the garage. So that will be put in for better cooling, other than that mishap the car ran great. Bottom end is already better than it was before, i had to order another set of main jets, have to go a little higher than what it is now.

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby Jimmee1990 » Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:11 am

Are you going to run any kind of filters now? Would be a shame to kill the new engine from eating dust and road grime.

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby Wrodz1980 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:44 am

Cool carb setup! It's nice to see something unique on here!

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Thu Sep 12, 2013 3:55 pm

Jimmee1990 wrote:Are you going to run any kind of filters now? Would be a shame to kill the new engine from eating dust and road grime.


Yea, i have been running filters. Just a little filter sheet i cut up and zip tied on there. I always ran filters, specially around my town, we have mostly horse trails instead of sidwalks and it gets very dusty. I finally found some cheap little pod filters, those are on there now.

Wrodz1980 wrote:Cool carb setup! It's nice to see something unique on here!


Thanks!!

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby HingaSPL » Sun Sep 15, 2013 4:58 pm

Cool set up. What bike did you get those carbs off of?
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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby demby123 » Mon Oct 14, 2013 7:12 pm

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What size pipe did you use for your manifold? im assuming it was bent to shape in a vice/press?

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby nolanator » Thu Oct 17, 2013 11:07 am

Just curious if you had any more detailed pictures of your fuel lines in the engine bay to how you connected them to the carb setup?

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Re: Carbed AE86

Postby ogdougynutty » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:25 pm

HingaSPL wrote:Cool set up. What bike did you get those carbs off of?

Those carbs are off a 2000 Yamaha R1

demby123 wrote:What size pipe did you use for your manifold? im assuming it was bent to shape in a vice/press?


The pipe is 2" outer diameter and 1.75" inner diameter

nolanator wrote:Just curious if you had any more detailed pictures of your fuel lines in the engine bay to how you connected them to the carb setup?


I dont have any specific pictures but i can snap a couple

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