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#51935
Re: My MR2 mini-Project 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 80
look at my pic in my last comment^^^^^^^ ply out the lefthand side of the lense
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#51939
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Kingers wrote:
ummm not sure what is what! I just used what I outlined above, if you can translate that to GPZ K+ speak then I might be able to speak

All I know is that I got a nice shiny, original, tidy MR2 in my driveway that I've barely driven.... here speed the cert of ownership and NCT!!


Ah i missed the bit where you mentioned the meguiars your more then Good so...just the ag resin last pissing time.

Let me know how you get on with the lenses I'd like to retrofit real hids with projectors at some stage
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#51940
Re: My MR2 mini-Project 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 106
Kingers wrote:
ummm not sure what is what! I just used what I outlined above, if you can translate that to GPZ K+ speak then I might be able to speak

All I know is that I got a nice shiny, original, tidy MR2 in my driveway that I've barely driven.... here speed the cert of ownership and NCT!!


Ah i missed the bit where you mentioned the meguiars your more then Good so...the ag resin doesn't last pissing time on its own

Let me know how you get on with the lenses I'd like to retrofit real hids with projectors at some stage
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#51961
Re: My MR2 mini-Project 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 18
A few more bits done this morning -

- New oblong number plate for the front
- New wipers
- Black disk holder for the window

Just doing the little bits that make the car feel and look fresh.

The hunt is on for the following -

Tyres
Clear front lenses

I think that wheels might take a little longer to source without travelling too far.
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#51963
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All the small things

What tyres are you thinking?
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#51974
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NCT booked for Monday morning (I got a cancellation), no tyres sorted though!

Tyres are a free re-check though ya?

@erin - it's hard to decide as 195/55/15's aren't really made in many top fast road tyres (F1's, reo5o's, contisports etc).

However, Hankooks are doing their V12 evo's for £63 -

www.blackcircles.com/catalogue/hankook/v...99&tyre=19355063

I'm struggling to find anything else as fast road orientated without changing sizes.... part of me is telling me to go with a 205/50/15 though.
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#52035
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Right, NCT fail as follows -

Emissions - Low idle fine, high idle fail on CO 0.53% ( above 0.3% is a fail). Lambda was 1.00 (0.97 - 1.03 are pass). I read Slips emissions guide but based on the above does anyone think it could be anything in particular?

Top Mount - Nearside top mount knackered. TCB do a KYB replacement for £48 + vat. Toyota are €75 + vat. Anyone got any better parts places in mind?

Front Tyres - as suspected, new ones on route.

Front Side Lights - they are amber, yellow or clear only allowed. New set of front lenses will sort this, they were on the shopping list anyway.

Rear Brake Hose - middle rear hose was looped and is rubbing against another pipe. Easy fix.


Apart from that, the alignment was good (-1m/km and -6 m/km).

Rear suspension had 0% imbalance. Front had 25% but top mount wouldn't be helping there.

Brakes had decent effort (2.5kn all round nearly). Handbrake 10% imbalance.

Car weight 1290kgs - do the Rev4's weigh that much!
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#52039
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Id expect it to weight that with a person in it, rev1's could weigh as low at 1180kg rev3's up should be 1250kg but difficult to know. Really disappointing a 2 seat being so heavy if these where around a tonne a n/a would be every bit as quick as type r's.
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#52040
Re: My MR2 mini-Project 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 18
Top Mount ordered from TCD, £45 +vat + p&p.

Tyres shipped today.

Clear lenses - saw these on e-bay, anyone try or see these before? Is there a better place to get them? www.ebay.ie/itm/TOYOTA-MR2-MK2-CLEAR-IND...;hash=item564be89424
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#52051
Re: My MR2 mini-Project 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 106
Alot of us use the crystal clear autoart lenses...the ones you are looking at are close to the rev5 stock lights...I prefer the crystal clears myself but it's a matter of tatse

mr2ben you cant really go wrong with him:

heres the crystal clears:

www.mr2-ben.co.uk/products/view/10-off-l...cators-mr2-1989-1999

heres my experience with the crystal clears:

Bit the bullet and fitted the Crystal clear indicators and Crystal Clear side repeaters...couple of things the quality of the side repeaters the gasket around them is worse then useless and I ended up using the ones of my existing ones....as for the front side one cheers to slipsliderg for the tip on the insulstion tape those suckers are guaranteed to popout otherwise.

With those above issues sorted I have to say it really modernises the MR2.

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Side Repeaters

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#52052
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Cheers Erin, I don't suppose you have your old ones do you?

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#52053
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Kingers wrote:
Cheers Erin, I don't suppose you have your old ones do you?



Sorry kingers....Punky in Gaillimh has them
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#52068
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Dipetane should help with your emissions. My mr2 has had trouble with emissions in the past but flew through the NCT on saturday without a mark against it! Definitely worth the tenner it cost me!
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#52072
Re: My MR2 mini-Project 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 18
cheers, is yours a UK car or JDM?

What exhaust / induction do you have?

What year is it?
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#52074
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Threw in Dipetane for luck in mine 2 weeks before NCT and gave it the 'Italian tuneup' on the way to the NCT centre...no issues but then again there was none on the last owners nct report
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#52075
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it's defo on the shopping list - regular motor factors have it?

Erin - can you give details on jdm / year / engine mods too so I can get an idea?
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Kingers wrote:
it's defo on the shopping list - regular motor factors have it?

Erin - can you give details on jdm / year / engine mods too so I can get an idea?


UKDM Revision 5 / 2000 / NA

no mods..stock setup.
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#52281
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Right, I peeled myself off the couch yesterday to get stuck into replacing the top mount. Thanks to Slipsliderg for linking me the how to - www.mr2oc.co.uk/know-your-2-knowledge-ba...id=8&kbartid=116

The below should not be considered a guide to how to do this job but it is how I went about it - any pointers or advice is appreciated!

First job was to get her jacked up, wheel off and rested on an axle stand.

I was a bit reluctant to disconnect the banjo off the calliper in order to get the brake hose clear of the strut, as I had just bled the brakes , the only alternative being to cut the bracket so it could be bent out of the way. So I was happy to see my bracket is different, with a gap in it already, so no need to go buying a hacksaw! Just remove the clip, bend the bracket with a pliers and wriggle the hose out.


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The ABS wire unclips from the little bracket on the opposite side of the strut.


Next up, I popped the bonnet, took the dust cap off the centre nut on the top mount and just slackend it a few turns. I also took note of the numbers on the very top of the piston rod and the direction they were pointed, with '1' pointing to the front of the car.


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I then unbolted the drop link (which is attached to the strut at one end) from the anti roll bar, a little pressure needed on the roll bar to get the ball joint out.


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I then went back to the top mount and just slackened the 4 nuts a little.


Then the two big 19 bolts were tackled with a spanner and ratchet. These are torqued fairly tight and a breaker bar may be needed but I managed to get enough muscle on them to crack them open, a wire brush and WD40 before helped.


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A large flat head screwdriver is needed to lever the hub away from the strut.

Lastly, remove all 4 nuts on the top mount now and the strut is free to move out from the wheelarch.


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The wear was shocking bad on the top mount, it was moving side to side by about an inch or two.

Next step was to get spring compressors on the spring and remove the top nut completely. With that, the top mount should pull off however not so with mine! It took 3 men and 3 levers on each side to lever it off...

Assembly is the reverse, new top mount (I went with a new KYB from Toyota Celica Breakers) slots onto top and the nut tightened (final torqueing to be done on the car). The shock piston tends to turn when you tighten the nut, so I managed to grab it by hand and tighten the nut, taking care to align the 'OUT' marking on the top cup with the out side of the strut (the one with the mounting lugs) and also to ensure that the numbers on the piston are aligned the same way as before (1 pointing towards the front of the car).


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When doing this I noticed the mounting bracket for the drop link was totally broken, clean cracked on one side and also cracked on the strut side -


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How on earth this wasn't picked up in the NCT is shocking ...(excuse the pun).

I'm going to have it welded, so in preperation I cleaned down the rest of the fairly grotty looking strut -


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That's all for now, will get it welded during the week and re-fit the strut.


As I said, any pointers appreciated.
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A few more bits arrived in the post today. The car has the original radio but alas, no cd player or even a tape deck! It also didn't have a band expander so after listening to Radio 1 for 2 hours on the drive home from collecting the car I decided then that I'd have to replace the head unit.


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I wanted to keep it fairly plain looking, in keeping with the rest of the dash so I used this Blaukpunt head unit -


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The only problem being that the wiring harness / block connectors are different, and the aerial plug different too.


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E-bay is great for this type of stuff, I got the required adaptor ISO cables delivered for less than a tenner -


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Plugged into the loom -



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Aerial adaptor -


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I had to remove some of the caging on the new headunit and there was a bit of fiddling to get it all back in place and squared up but I got there in the end -



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#52362
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Nice work Kingers, when is the NCT due again.
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#52367
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Booked for jan 2nd! Strut and emmissions are the target this week, hopefully have wheels sorted at the weekend.

I also have a set of clear sidelights sorted thanks to a helpful member on here.
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#52437
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Right, I got the strut back after the drop link bracket was welded – great job done by Retrocars again. I gave it a quick shot of black spray paint to make it look a touch better -



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First thing was to make sure the top cup and piston was turned the right way, 1 towards the front and OUT pointing out from the wheel. The strut is threaded back in place with the 4 lugs fitted home, stick a nut on it to hold in place and then loosely tighten them up.


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Next job is to get the two main bolts into place that hold the strut to the hub. To do this I needed to push down on the control arm (quite a bit) and when the holes were nearly aligned I got a scredriver in to help lever it more into place, so I could get one bolt in.



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With the two in and nipped up I connected the drop link to anti roll bar (again the arb needs to be held down to line up the drop link). The drop link turns as you tighten the nut so I used a crocodile pliers on the other side to hold it in place (being careful not to tear the rubber), although I learnt later that there might be an allen key hole to hold it in place.... ah well I'll know for next time.

The abs wire is put back in place with the clip squeezed closed and the brake line is fitted back in place with the clip pushed back in to hold it all tight.

I then broke out the torque wrench to torque everything to the required torque settings.



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Wheel back on, axle stand removed, jack lowered and the last thing to torque was the 4 top mount nuts and the shock top mount nut, being careful to not allow the piston to move by holding the spring or cup with one hand and torque with the other.



That's another job off the list anyway. I dropped it up to the local mechanic this afternoon to have them look at the emissions and sort the twisted brake hose.

Wheels are being picked up tomorrow (thanks Mick!). Which will hopefully mean I can fit the wheels and tyres at the weekend.
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#52439
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Great write up. You've been KC'c for services to the cause. Keep it up.
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#52491
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Great progress this week.

Emissions
I got her back from the garage this morning and the emissions were sorted with a half bottle of Dipetane and a good run up the road – high idle C0 was 0.23 (down from 0.53, above 0.3 is a fail) so happy days! That is a relief as it could have been the most difficult and expensive problem to sort.

Brake Hose
They also untwisted the rear middle brake hose (that was another NCT failure).

Wheels and Tyres
These front tyres have been sitting in my hallway for the last week since Camskill delivered them. I went with Hankook Ventus V12 Evo's in the standard size 195/55/15.



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My old wheels were the original diamond cut ones and they were a fair bit grotty -



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Thanks to my buddy Mick, he managed to swing by WeeJohn on here to pick up the set of wheels north of Belfast on Thursday. Very happy with the rims, all they needed was a bit of a clean and a polish.


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Here they are with the new tyres fitted -


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And fitted to the car -



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Really happy with them, the car now looks very clean and original, not only that but it should mechanically sorted now to get through the NCT re-test on 2nd Jan.

The only last thing to do is fit the clear sidelights which I'll get my hands on next weekend!


Starting to feel satisfying now :)
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#52492
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Fair play...looking great

Funny the sidelights failed...I'd imagine they'd passed previously...an awkaward NCT inspector no doubt.
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#52509
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Good stuff Kingers, let me know how those tyres go for you.
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#52511
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Gave it a quick wash yesterday and was a happy boy with the way it looks in the driveway now


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Erin - cheers!

Slips - will do ;)
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#52825
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Finishing touches.


Thanks to Cozzy90, I picked up his spare clear set of sidelights / indicators over Christmas and fitted them this morning.

The old ones pop out if you lever them out of place. The clear indicator bulb needed to be swapped for an amber one on each side and fitted into the holes provided in the aftermarket units. The tabs on the sidelight hole needed a slight mod to accommodate the 3 tab bulb holders on mine (the aftermarket ones had 4, so just removing some of the plastic with a small pliers did the trick).


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The mounting tabs for the units themselves are not a great fit so a bit of black tape around them give a better fit into the holes provided.



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Before shot -



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The car really has the look now that I set out to achieve -


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NCT re-test is on Wednesday, all items have been seen to but I think it might fail on some suspension component up front.... there is a little rattle / light knocking coming from the front left over broken surfaces. It wasn't there before I did the top mount so I've rechecked everything is tight on the top mount etc and it is. I'm starting to think it might be the drop link, this wasn't connected previously as the bracket had broken off the strut..... what do ye think?

I could have a set of drop links (€56) fitted in time for Weds. If it fails on Wed, it is a full retest (€55). Risk is that it's not the droplinks and I waste the money spent on them, NCT should give a proper diagnosis.... opinions?
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#52826
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Best of luck with the nct from one 97 n/a to another.
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#52831
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Christmas has come late for Kingers!!

I went out on a test drive this evening to listen to the rattle at the front end again and a gravel track took me down onto a abandoned tarmac carpark, where I was trying to see if the noise was still there on full lock.... well a few mins checking that out and well it would be rude not to have a little bit of fun considering the fortunate surroundings I found myself in, so 2nd gear roll in, a bit of understeer then she started to come around... and kept coming, the started to bog down about a 1/2 rotation through. I thought to myself that that is a fair bit of rotation for an open diff.... so to be sure it wasn't just excess weight transfer that did it, I pulled up, selected 1st gear and pulled away on full lock and then gave it a boot full..... all I can say it was like going on a date blindfolded, getting under the bedcovers and finding out she can f*ck like a pornstar

To say I'm over the moon is an understatement, I've been dying to get back in a car with a limited slip differential and such a surprise to stumble upon it!
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