February 6, 2013
Here are the SR20 quad throttle bodies that I have for sale as photographed by Keisuke.
I purchased these from Japan for use on my Sunny truck but have since gone to FCR carbs as seen below
What you get:
AE101 20V 4AGE throttle bodies
Factory linkages and throttle cam
Custom polished alloy SR20 manifold which has built in water outlets
New fittings for each inlet tube
Polished inlet trumpets
If more images are needed I can supply at request.
Contact me here by leaving a message, please no window shoppers
I’m after NZ$650 for the above and I am happy to post internationally for those with a strong FX rate
July 19, 2012
This is pretty cool. Damn Mobara is a cool track!
March 21, 2012
There’s an unusual amount of colour on here at the moment so I hope to rectify that with a film photo of Keisuke’s beater notch 86.
October 23, 2011
Brad sure knows how to make an 86 look good! Jason’s a lucky dude. Pity the blue top didn’t survive the day
I’ve just done a bunch of developing from the CMRR Classic TT motorcycle event this weekend and should have some photos to show soon. A few miscellaneous drifting photos for now though.
September 29, 2011
Kris just posted some video his brother took of him on the day, well worth listening too
September 26, 2011
Pieman’s AE86 Levin hanging out at Mere mere. It has 15″ Enkei Big End Barrels.
August 23, 2011
This panda notch was parked up with the S Club crew, hiding away from the wind. If I recall correctly this was once Teeboon’s, before that it was Brad’s and I wonder what it got up to in it’s time before that. It’s pretty cool to see a car kept in a similar state and still within the group, not parted out and turned into some troll’s internet prize.
August 14, 2011
Adam shows off the Corolla’s Billspeer lock with a big feint entry into turn one. What’s awesome about this photo is that you’d usually expect it to be a spin photo due to being a corolla but in fact most of the entries looked like this and were carried well into the switch
Keeping close to the inside of the corner for the beginning of the weight transfer
I must have taken a good 30 photos of the Starsharks at counter angle, the twin star shape looks so cool with a slow shutter speed and it really shows how much the wheel sits forward in the guard.
This last photo is of Mark in Craig’s (his dad) SR20DET Levin chasing Adam into the entry. Although the SR has much more power, the wet meant the chase was a little more even. I think Mark went a bit to deep into the entry on this one but two red Toyotas in chase is to good not to post.