Contact T-Rex and speak to Kent, they have a full kit using our King 2.5in. shocks. We have worked with them to produce an ideal valving for it to put most prerunners to shame, all with only a pure bolt on shock kit. www.trexengineering.com
The motor will be the TRD NASCAR Goody's Dash motor, it's bored out to a little over 4 litres I believe and produces a little over 300 HP. I want a Turbo 400 because I know I should never be able to break it with a V6 and I can get a good deal on one.
I was wondering if anyone knows of a place that can make a Turbo 400 mate to a 3.4 litre Toyota V6, I've tried advanced adapters and they told me I'm on my own. Just wanted to see if anyone knows of anyone that makes adapters.
Toyota decided they had nothing else to prove after winning Pikes Peak like 7 times consecutively just like they did for Off Road racing with Ivan and winning like 10 of the Baja 500's they had nothing else to prove. They have decided to pull all their efforts together for their Formula 1...
Didn't think you'd take that comment personally. But hey, I heard from someone that you did the spindles on Jim Wimmers 7S Tacoma. If you did, I'd like to find out if you can make a duplicate set, and how much.
The biggest difference you'll see is between reservoir out the bottom or out the top. Reservoir out the bottom you basically eliminate cavitation. With reservoir out the top you have a chance of cavittation. That's the biggest difference.
From what I hear the Toyota TT just cost too much to prep. I heard that this is the reason why they dwindled down to 2 races a year. I have heard that it is sitting at Joe's garage now. I've also heard that Toyota does want to build a more conventional TT with a more conventional solid axle rear...
How about this. The SCCA and speedvision championships add weight to the the winner of each race. Everytime a car wins they add 25 to 30 pounds. They keep adding on weight until that car stops winning. Can we apply this to 7S? That way no matter what a team does to get an advantage they can be...