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Old 04-14-2011, 08:55 AM   #121
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Itīs going in the engine compartement. Will have it done by today so no pictures for some hours.
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Itīs going in the engine compartement. Will have it done by today so no pictures for some hours.
Are you sure you don't to donate it to a museum as an example of how to weld Aluminum?

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Started on something new as well. Guess what
Toyota MR-S EHPS bracket ?
My solution got more drama and fancy washers:
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Are you sure you don't to donate it to a museum as an example of how to weld Aluminum?

I must say that I am very pleased with the welding. The guy who is welding for me really know how to weld aluminium

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Toyota MR-S EHPS bracket ?
My solution got more drama and fancy washers:
10 points to Arildh. But I should deduct some point since he knows what parts Iīm using hehe
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Electric PS? You fancy huh! I was actually thinking (more like wishing) about doing something similar.
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Electric PS? You fancy huh! I was actually thinking (more like wishing) about doing something similar.
Had to choose between original PS og a nice turbo setup. The choice was rather easy hehe. Spesialy when there is electrical Ps like the one from a toyota. Put it where you like. Conect some new longer hoses and power. Then youīr ready to go. Look at this page: http://www.diyelectriccar.com/forums...power+steering
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Injector solution:

Take the blue top hat and lube the hell out of the inside of it. I used oil.

Put the hat on the injector and press. The lube will let the hat "pop" onto the injector all the way.

Bolt the rail down as usual with no extra spacers and it should work. Pressure test by key on and pump will prime and look for leaks.
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Injector solution:

Take the blue top hat and lube the hell out of the inside of it. I used oil.

Put the hat on the injector and press. The lube will let the hat "pop" onto the injector all the way.

Bolt the rail down as usual with no extra spacers and it should work. Pressure test by key on and pump will prime and look for leaks.
Will try to put some oil on it and apply some more preassure than I used yesterday.
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Injector solution:

Take the blue top hat and lube the hell out of the inside of it. I used oil.

Put the hat on the injector and press. The lube will let the hat "pop" onto the injector all the way.

Bolt the rail down as usual with no extra spacers and it should work. Pressure test by key on and pump will prime and look for leaks.
Yup. I usually use a little fuel but oil works too. Excess fuel is more easily cleaned up with a spray of isopropyl alcohol.
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Managed to leave the camera at the workshop yesterday. Found the reason for the trouble with the fuel rail. The injectors was pressed all the way in, but the "mounting eyes" needed some trimming. Used the inner holes so I had to trim the ends a bit so it didnīt hit the top cover. And will change to 10mm longer bolts. Didnt get enough turns on the bolts to feel safe.

Will post some pictures when I remember the camera
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And now, picture time


Injectors and fuel rail.

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Finished mounting the PS bracket. Just need some bigger washers to hold down the PS.

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And now, picture time

Injectors and fuel rail.

Finished mounting the PS bracket. Just need some bigger washers to hold down the PS.
Did you leave out the three plastic insulators?

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Did you leave out the three plastic insulators?

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doesnt look like it
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Did you leave out the three plastic insulators?

Nope. Iīm using those three plastic spacers.
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If it doesnt fit, make it fit.

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And there the OsGiken is in

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What didnt' fit?
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Everything fit just fine, just kidding
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The diff is back in the car now. Used the new pinion spacer. Didnīt bather to chack with the old one. Happy with the help I got from hf-mx5t. have never tried this before so it is great to get help from someone who has done this before. A lot of adjustment before the diff was finished. If you are planning to do this, buy a micromeeter (or what it is called in english )
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