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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    b23et is now sold hahah.
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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    ur mate at midas not have a pipe bender?? lol so many welds ahah. insane car mate very tempted to this myself or an old merc

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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    Ew as if restrict the pipe by pressing the bends in! Welding mandrel bends together is the proper way to do it.

    Epic sleeper tbone, youve done well.
    There is no substitute for PUBIC inches

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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    I love that the Volvo badge was kept for the engine XD
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    My dad had a 740T as a company car when I was a kid, and I've had a bit of a secret crush on the old bricks ever since This thing is fabulous, if I had the money/time/nous to build an epic sleeper it would be one of these, done just like this one. Well played sir
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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    cool car buddy what a sleeper would be a shock to the p plated falcadoor driver
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    thanks dewds

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    Any updates on this?
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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    Quote Originally Posted by oliveoyl View Post
    Any updates on this?
    Hey mate, sure thing
    ...drive it everyday. Runs great. Still havn't and don't recon it will have an lsd. Cant justify the cost and effort...motorbikes are easier, cheaper and more fun anyhow.

    There is something particularly annoying I need some advice on....when on boost and then idling at a traffic light, engine rpm sits high (~1100) and after going down a hill or sitting on vacuum for a minute or two it idles low (~400) and wants to stall. Only on some days, doesn't matter the weather. Any advice?
    I have had the ISCV apart as we believed this to be a problem much earlier in the conversion but it was simply a wiring issue so we put it back together.

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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    Is air con on
    Could stick be sticking idle motor
    Have u got battery wire connected to ecu
    So it saves all the settings for idle motor and cruising mixtures

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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    Quote Originally Posted by dumbass View Post
    Is air con on
    Could stick be sticking idle motor
    Have u got battery wire connected to ecu
    So it saves all the settings for idle motor and cruising mixtures
    Thanks Dumbass its been a while now but I do remember having to hook up them wires correctly (ecu-battery). I left the air con wire though for when I was ready to hook up all the piping. Its not an issue anymore really but it is something that could be looked at.


    Sadly I'm wanting to sell Doug as its time to move on. I plan to be out of Adelaide for work in the near future and possibly as far as Canada to be closer to my girlfriend.
    Anybody want it?? I've posted a for sale thread. (hope I've done it right since I've never done it before)

    peace out

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    Default Re: 1jzgte VOLVO 760 sedan build thread

    Sold. And I've moved to Canada. There's some pretty sweet rides here for filth cheap [frothing]

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