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    80 v3 Uterus

    Some scum decided to help them self to my 80 series. Was stolen off the side of the road and I haven't heard anything since.

    So I bought this.



    97 40th anniversary, Has a half decent chop done on it and a heap of parts on it but its very untidy. Also twin locked. It was originally a 1fz but for some reason someone put a Holden 5L in it. Negotiated for less without the v8.

    Plan is to un-convert it back to a 1fz with boost and do stupid shit.

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    Awesome man!!!
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    This has got to be the worst conversion in the world. I think someone spent alot on the chop and parts, then some tard has done this.

    Engine mounts are kind of bird shitted into place, but only on one side. I removed them with a pry bar...







    I am also entertained by their concept of extended brake lines.



    Anyway I've got most of the v8 shit out of the bay



    Bracing the chassis while I fix the mess






    I've ended up buying a 1HDT for 2k, ditching the auto. Gturbo and pump will be ordered soon then its 35psi time.

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    That looks pretty awesome, 4wd lyfe
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    Rob Sloth Young did i ask for your opinion? no. i only want it for a paddock bomb. go play with traffic.
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    you stupid fucken imbicle.
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    your are a fucken idiot of the highest level.

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    Got the 1hdt home, I knew it had spun a big end but I didn't know what I was getting myself into.







    Rod was fucked head is coming off



    Hmm oversize pistons this has been rebuilt



    Standard balancer bolt removal procedure



    Balancer wouldn't come off cunt had spun been and chemiwelded on



    hmm...


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    This is the gear behind the balancer also fucked/10, loves the lash



    Midway though crank change from a spare 1hz, everything timing cover related is also now being swapped.



    Got my cooler



    Also 3 pedals now


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    This the oil pump gear, its pressed onto the oil pump shaft and doesn't come off , at least I know why its done the big end now..


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    Watching with interest.
    It Places the lotion in the basket!

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    Got over working on this thing in the front yard so trailered it to my mates work.



    Started fixing the gouged mess that was the chassis.





    Kept welding and grinding until it was flat, Auto box came out was replaced with a manual and my old part time transfer, to put the auto in the crossmember mounts had to be cut off and moved 70mm forward and captive nuts put into the holes. The tunnel also needed adjustment with a plasma



    Engine mounts were positioned with a spare block.



    Tacked then welded in fully








    Also began making the shifter surround fit.


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    and those mounts where signed off with blue plates?

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    Jesus, I can't weld but I reckon my attempt wouldn't be much worse than that shit.

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    craigs workshop?
    caprice nugget.

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    Its a common problem with these for the chassis to crack around the steering box and panhard bracket, Theres a bloke on facebook that makes cnc cut plates for $60

    Plates welded in both sides not the neatest welds but it was a cunt and will do.


    Diff guard, lol I wish I was making this up, removed again with a pry bar.





    Motor build is coming along too




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    I assembled the motor in a day, wasn't as hard as I had thought, Just need a clutch and pump now.



    Have also started the tray and mounts, all hand cut with the grinder out of 6mm. I hope I wont bend them with the abuse this thing will cop.







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    Saw a bloke in the US make up some tube sliders for his flat tray out of steam pipe. Could be an idea if you intend to get abit nuts off road.

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    We are going to do something with tube definitely for the guards as the tray is too narrow for the wheel offset, may end up connecting it to the sliders somehow. Headboard will be bent up out of 3" steel.

    Mounts welded up and tacked into place, we used a string line and level on the side trim to get them level lol.



    Fully welded, there are currently 4 but I'm thinking of adding a extra 2 in the center.



    Cut out the gearstick surround, tided it up with pinchweld and it came up pretty good.






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    I've got the motor in and begun connecting everything up

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    wow, this is scooting along!
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    Braced the lower arms, welded 25x8 bar on them. Will stop them bending/breaking then taking out the pinion shocks and driveshaft when the rear diff walks forward.



    Pump on and timed.



    Using arb compressor airline for all lines haha, normal vacuum line doesn't seem to last over 30psi



    Intercooler brackets done and front end reassembled



    After a few primer pump issues and the throttle being a tooth off on the pump I got the thing running. Took it for a quick spin out the back of my mates work, first impressions is that its a lot smoother and quieter than my old 1hz. It seems to run well and is quite quick for no tune. Also finished off the exhaust.




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    Thing is stupid response, still untuned


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    love it
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