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#26 LosDiosDeVerde86


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Posted 11 May 2006 - 01:56 PM

I like the fact that he ran the coolant through the frame instead of using hoses.. Brilliant!!

that's one hot frame.

#27 subie94


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Posted 11 May 2006 - 09:13 PM

it seems wrong in the most right kind of way

but then that makes for more reason to own one....:brow:

#28 Phizinza


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Posted 11 May 2006 - 09:34 PM

But here I saw, long Long time Ago, somethin┬┤ like that... It was built backwards... Let me Explain: it was some sort of Go-Cart, with the EA81 engine in the Rear. I said "Some Sort" because it was really weird.

Is this what you are talking about? Look at all the images. http://webhost1.insp...u/pages/Lhr.htm
... It uses a toyota inline4 engine, a EA81 gearbox, a sprocket system leading to a modded hub, then that runs a driveshaft/propshaft to a front diff. It is just pure... crazy. WHY would they use a long inline4 when a flat 4 is so easly attached onto the gearbox??

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Posted 13 May 2006 - 10:52 PM

Thats mine, it seemed like a good idea at the time! The inline engine would allow more room for a driveshaft to pass beside the engine than an subie engine, i didnt have a subie engine, and i did have a 4age. And if you havent driven a 4age then borrow one, the engines are unbelievable. About the time youd be changing gear with an EA82 the 4age suddenly gets up and goes... i think rev cutout is 8100 rpm and it loves going there.
That vehicle is pretty crude i admit, but it got chopped and changed a lot. And its more robust than it looks, that chain drive has handled everytihng so far, including fwd only tarseal abuse tests.
A good friend of mine is building a much more refined model with an EA82T + auto box. Im now building a hopefully even more refiend EJ20 dohc model.

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