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funny onion

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About funny onion

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    Starlet Specialist
  • Birthday 02/28/1991

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    chaz2821991@hotmail.com

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Hull
  • Interests
    Spraying- I'm not very good but I like to try
    Welding- I'm terrible but again I like to have a go
    Wiring- I'm not bad with wiring or a soldering iron
    Pokémon- everybody secretly loves Pokémon...
    Horses- I have two horses
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  1. funny onion

    Introduction

    Welcome Mr H! I have a BC front coilover that the threaded bar on the damper (the bit that the top nut screws onto to hold the top mount on) has snapped. I have the piece that snapped off. Would you be able to do anything with it? Obviously they are hollow to allow for the damping adjustment but I don't mind losing that feature if it means you could fix it as it's currently sat on the shelf unusable haha. I'll get some pics if that will make it easier. could bring it to JAE? I tried to get a new damper from BC but they messed me about and were completely awkward about it. Thanks! Charlotte
  2. funny onion

    Engine Removal

    Assuming you are dropping it with the gearbox on (I would); Exhaust manifold with turbo and decat, exhaust mid section, driveshafts, engine loom (unplug from ecu, pull plug through firewall and unplug all sensors etc then lift the loom out), speedo cable, gear cables, power steering pump (I usually just take belt off and move pump to top of the chassis leg out of the way), throttle cable, vac line to map sensor and BMC etc, rad and hoses. Can leave the actual FMIC most likely but you will have to remove all pipework. Obviously disconnect the battery and drop all fluids. remember to put the drain plugs back in. I've probably forgotten something, but it's not too much of a bad job tbf. I always find worst part is knocking the NS driveshaft out.
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    Respray ideas

    Only advice I would give you is adding a custom element to any standard colour can make it a bitch to match in the future. Like if in the future you decide to get a different bumper or some different skirts, it may be difficult to get a spot on match. Not saying don't do it, just a heads up.
  4. funny onion

    HELP - No longer needed.

    Check the fueling for sure.
  5. funny onion

    6 speed box

    Yeah I think you're right, that was just me guessing from memory haha
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    6 speed box

    I think the corolla 6 speed box is a C152 box? They are a direct bolt on, don't need to swap the clutch etc. Only think that needs modifying is the shifter in the car. I had to file down the inside of the plastic housing to allow the shifter room to select reverse (next to first on these boxes)
  7. funny onion

    Starlet Parts Required

    I have an OEM front and 3 point OEM rear brace and a GT rear anti roll bar if you're interested.
  8. funny onion

    New Daily - What do ya think?

    Awesomeee I've always wanted an EF!
  9. funny onion

    What turbo to see me over 300hp?

    It was just the turbo, but no I sold it sorry
  10. funny onion

    Josh's EP91 1997 Glanza V build thread

    Looks great dude come a long way! would look mint with a 98 sec lip in the front! and one of my 3 point struts in the back! haha
  11. funny onion

    Starlet gt turbo door speakers

    Yes but worth it when the rear is stripped out!
  12. funny onion

    Starlet gt turbo door speakers

    Modified mine to fit bigger ones. Can't listen to Dolly Parton on teeny speakers haha
  13. funny onion

    Poll : Which EP82 Carbon Products Do You Want To See?

    Duck Tail and Livesports Spoilers pleaaaase!
  14. funny onion

    Poll : Which EP82 Carbon Products Do You Want To See?

    Yes I have one sat about. I would be happy for it to be used as a mould if needed. It's currently fitted to a bootlid so I can get pics etc. before removal to confirm fitment.
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