morgey

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About morgey

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    Down with the trumpets!
  • Birthday 08/30/88

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  1. shody steering feel

    The knocking on the BC will likely be the nut on top of the pillow ball, mine and a couple of others have came loose before and caused a knocking.
  2. Levin Twin Pot Conversion

    Biggest problem with the Celica carriers is lack of pad choice. MR2 and Levin pads fit but they have a smaller footprint so it's a bit of a trade off.
  3. Fuel starvation when cornering

    Have you got the little tub/baffle that sits around the fuel pump in the tank to stop the fuel running to the extremeties of the tank
  4. Stock power you should be ok, just keep up with oil changes and don't be overly aggressive with it and it will be fine. 
  5. Morgey's 20v SR

    When the cars driving how I want it I'll consider more power, currently it's a bit odd so I'm going to focus on getting that sorted before doing much else to it.
  6. Morgey's 20v SR

    What you trying to say?? 
  7. pinout diagram needed please

    Open up the ECU and it's printed on the board
  8. Handbrake not working

    Rear discs on these suck, I've done exactly the same as you numberous times and they still don't work. Left it with a garage after an MOT and told them that they just don't work and to check them over, told me I needed a new caliper, so I fitted a spare one, which still didn't work.  Next thing I know, it's passed its MOT and guess what, the handbrake still doesn't work lol. Even the footbrake has really low efficiency on them. If you want a working handbrake on a Toyota, fit drums. Haven't touched the ones on my corolla in 9 years and they still lock the back wheels!
  9. Morgey's 20v SR

    Not much of an update, the car is taxed again, developed a misfire from somewhere so got to fix that now. Got a new adjustable height steering column to fit to suit the lower position of the low rails. I'm also going to be test fitting a few different intake bits to test things out. 1st is a test of shorter trumpets just to see if they suit my current air filter better. I'm also going to try the plenum back on with a stock airbox and a couple of different trumpets just to see what I prefer.  I'm also looking at changing the exhaust to make it quieter. After driving around in my corolla for so long I Really can't be arsed with it droning away all the time so would sacrifice a few hp for some refinement lol. After all my end goal is to make it a fairly comfy daily that I can have some fun in if I see fit, no point having a car if you can't use it all the time hey?? 
  10. Levin Twin Pot Conversion

    single pot carriers. They bolt up to Levin twin pot calipers. Then you just need the astra discs turned down with spigot rings or Levin/T-sport discs with spacers behind them. 
  11. Project Rattlesnake: "KP82" build

    Awesome, seems to go well!
  12. Sorted

    Message sicaln he has one for sale.
  13. New Member

    Welcome along, hopefully you'll get the advice you need 
  14. Levin twin pot hubs

    All ae111 SSS are twinpot yes, not sure on the ae101s. If you fit them to the non SS (mcpherson) hubs you end up with 260mm brakes. But if you use celica caliper carriers on the mcpherson hubs you can space them out to be 275mm like the SSS setup.  The mcpherson hubs are the same as uk corollas. 
  15. Levin twin pot hubs

    Ae111 Levin hubs that come with twinpots won't fit as theyre from the super strut model which is a completely different suspension setup to the mcpherson used on starlets.    The top of the hub is mounted to the shock with a ball joint and the lower mount is 2 balljoints to connect to 2 separate wishbone arms