"Kentucky AE86: A Levin Story"

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Re: "Kentucky AE86: A Levin Story"

Postby Jayrdee » Sat Jan 19, 2019 12:09 pm

So ... I finally got around to fixing that WP leak and yeah, that o-ring behind the waterpump had snapped. I also learned that taking the timing cover off the engine makes putting on the waterpump sooooooo much easier Lol.

I had a busy winter break with some trips out west so that took up all my time and money for that clutch job/rear coolant leak I've been putting off. Now my final semester has started so its looking like I'll be broke and have no free time for another few months :lol: :lol:

On the bright side, I managed to get one last good drive in before the weather gets worse than it already is.
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Re: "Kentucky AE86: A Levin Story"

Postby mad_86 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:28 pm

That’s awesome man , whoops thats right totally forgot about that timing cover lol after acouple time you can finesse it in but it is tight. 8-)

Same thing goes with the rear coolant neck ,
If you remove the egr and tubes theres more room to
Get it off and remove the rubber coolant hose
By bottom of the intake.

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Re: "Kentucky AE86: A Levin Story"

Postby scalpel » Mon Jan 21, 2019 11:20 am

wow keeps on looking good

i have to the transmission and rear end rebuild as well haha

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Re: "Kentucky AE86: A Levin Story"

Postby Deuce Cam » Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:25 pm

Looks perfect - wouldnt change a thing. Always preferred the zenki flava

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Re: "Kentucky AE86: A Levin Story"

Postby Jayrdee » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:12 pm

mad_86 wrote:That’s awesome man , whoops thats right totally forgot about that timing cover lol after acouple time you can finesse it in but it is tight. 8-)

Same thing goes with the rear coolant neck ,
If you remove the egr and tubes theres more room to
Get it off and remove the rubber coolant hose
By bottom of the intake.


I sh*t you not, it took me about an hour or so trying to get that thing mounted the first time. I know the o-ring got pinched in the process, so thats why I made sure to take the cover off this time around :lol: :lol:

scalpel wrote:wow keeps on looking good

i have to the transmission and rear end rebuild as well haha


Deuce Cam wrote:Looks perfect - wouldnt change a thing. Always preferred the zenki flava


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