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They didn't write the torque over. Dyno day at Supras in Vegas. Car did great on trip, 2500+ miles, 18mpg, 1 quart of oil, trip back included multiple mexico moments behind Steve Theodores Rs2gt ....
 
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Carbon Fiber wrap by Supramotive. Hatch and hood done. Donor pieces were rusted/dented, stock pieces in storage. More to come...
 
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T3 aero undertray just showed .
 

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How does that T3 cover fit under the car? There's no cutout for the oil pan? I guess the smaller bracket mounts to the core support?
 

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Yes on both, no cutout and bracket is for core support. Will have install pics shortly. Or
 

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I'm also interested in how that belly pan fits.
 

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I know one thing I'd sure rip the hole saw out and cut a hole for the drain plug. Strange for an "aero" cover they didn't try and cover the sides more than the factory.
 

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Aero my term not theirs. Yes on holesaw
I will be putting in a drain plug hole.
 

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You can also make a trap door for your oil changes. I made one for my buddies Audi. Magnetic latch. Open it forward. Well, his was plastic.
 
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Aluminum? OK, alominium. Any other material will be reactive. Death wheel and a sabre saw, maybe .Plastic/ Nylon nut and a bolt. You can figure this out, Mike. You are a better Mac Guyver than I.
Piano hinge? The one that I used was brass. It won't like the aluminum. Weird problem.
 

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Discussion Starter · #116 ·
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10 k in, 2nd set of plugs...
 

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That's not great plug life. Copper?
 

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Yes. Stock is iridium. Made a heat range change on last set, going back to original.
 

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I've had good luck with NGK iridium even in the 2JZ. Hot spark and long plug life.

I went 2 heat ranges colder. I would say you could go 1 hotter from the looks of the used plugs.
 

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