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 Post subject: WRECKING - EA II S Pack - PARTS by DONATION! 2NITE ONLY
Posted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 5:52 pm 
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SHELL GOES TOMORROW (Sat 12/12/2009)


Modified 1990 EA Series II S Pack
T5
MPFI
312k's
Rego Sep 29 2009

All replaced or fitted were bought new 2007 - 2009

INTAKE:

XH Snorkel - [size=150]SOLD
K&N Panel Filter[/size] - SOLD


IGNITION:

New Distributor (2007)
New TFI module (2007)
New Coil (2007)
New Fuel pump relay (2007)
New Coil relay (2007)
New Walbro GS-342 255gph electronic fuel pump (2008) - [size=150]SOLD

New 10mm TOP GUN Racing leads (2009) SOLD
New BOSCH Plugs less than 100km's (Aug 2009)[/size] SOLD


BRAKES / SUSPENSION / OTHER:

New BOGE 60mm shorter shocks (2007) SOLD
New King Springs Super Low coils (2007) SOLD
New PACEMAKER URETHANE bushes in upper and lower rear trailing arms (Dec, 2008) UPPERS ARE SOLD
New KELPRO URETHANE engine mounts (Dec, 2008)
New KELPRO URETHANE rear gearbox mount (Dec, 2008)
New Clutch replaced under warranty in 2008 (originally fitted PBR in 2007) SOLD
New Clutch Cable (Dec, 2008) SOLD
New DBA FRONT rotors (2008) SOLD
New Accelerator Cable (2009)
[/size]

EXHAUST:

Pacemaker 4499's (resprayed in 2008)
Hi Flo Cat
Modified Lukey 2.5" exhaust sys w/ 2 mufflers
SOLD


ALL FITTED in DECEMBER 2008

New WADE 1636 Cam [size=150]SOLD
New RHS idler arm
New MOTORKOOL Radiator
3.45 diff pinion and crownwheel gears fitted and black speedo gear in T5
LSD centre rebuilt with new pinions and axle gear replaced
- All diff work by Jeff at DAMS in Phillip.
(Speedo is more accurate now than stock)
Custom front door panels and 6" Clarion Splits Front Speakers SOLD
Clear ED indicators SOLD
After market central locking[/size]



ALL FITTED in AUGUST 2009

RECONDITIONED, PORTED and POLISHED 94AB head w/ new guides - less than 100km's

25' degree valve seats
Reshaped intake throats
Ported and Polished exhaust throats
Reshaped and smoothed chambers
Shaved 10 thou [size=150]SOLD

- all port work by Russell at Phillip Head Services

New AU MLS head gasket
New EAGLE AU headbolts
New Austral lifters x 12 - less than 100km's
New NASON timing chain and guides - less than 100km's
New Century Hi Performance battery SOLD
Rocker cover has been sandblasted and painted in VHT Ford Blue. Excellent spray job.
New Alloy oil filler cap [/size] SOLD



Also, spare rocker gear, and other minor parts, stock coils, shocks etc, rocker covers, shims, shifter surround.

HEADWORK by Russell at Phillip Head Services
EXHAUST fitting and modifying by John at Roadway Exhaust Belconnen
DIFF and REAR BUSHES by Jeff at DAMS Phillip
SUSPENSION Setup and DRIVELINE bushes fitted by Martyn at Bridgestone d**k



Summary:

Car is driveable, but has oil pressure issues. After top end rebuild, oil pressure only reaches 1 bar, then drops at operating temp. Should be 2 bar at cold, then 1 bar at op temp. My understanding is this donk will need a bottom end rebuild. Top end is mint, and worked.

Car is straight, bar some dent in the drivers door from a carpark moron. Paint is not so great. Sections of peeling clear off roof, boot, rear quaters, chips on rear RHS. Rest looks ok.

I bought the car from dealer in early 2007. It's always been a fun 6 to drive and tinker with. All that would need attention besides the donk would be a sick paint job, and a reco'd steering rack eventually.

Car will come with factory head unit, clarion front splits, and Aerpro wiring harness for your aftermarket CD player. Also has 4ga cable from engine bay to boot for your amps.

Sensible mods, car looks tidy with the XR rims. Car has been setup very nicely. This vehicle was the easily the best drift car at 5th Gear Motorsport's Offstreet Skidpan Sessions in May and June 2009. Was the only car able to connect every corner, for a continuous drift. Great handling sedan.

Car had been dyno'd for 130rwkw before cam fitted. With a 2nd hand bottom end, or rebuild this one, should make at least 140rwkw +.

Basically an unfinished project that I have lost interest in, several hours spent getting the head and timing case on, and now I can't be bothered to fix oil pressure issues. Sad sale, but this was the most fun car I've had.

Interested in offers, if I can't get an alright price, I will wreck it. There is $1000's of good gear here, but I'm not expecting a lot, so make an offer IF you are interested.

Rules say a price must go in, so we'll start with $2200 with wheels
$1500 with snowflakes

Thanks very much for checking it out.

Cheers,
Neil


UPDATE: [b] $650 ono for car, with engine as is (worked head <100km's old), T5 box, new mounts, diff (3.45 gears LSD with new pinions and axle gear), interior (stock S Pack), rolling on snowflakes (incl spare), plus all spares[/b] Need to get it gone eventually!

If someone wants the head, it will be removed on pickup (fairly easy)

 

 

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:01 pm 
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gday mate.

cheap for all the gear but a hard time selling with the bottom end..

if you are going to part it out i am very keen on the suspension gear, rims (pending price), and the wade cam if you are keen on taking the engine apart or maybe the whole head (head pending price)

also other bits and pieces depending on the price.

I am located in NSW and have an EF, if you want to minimise your losses then maybe consider me buying your parts and providing replacements off my EF so that you could still sell the car as a complete package after the good bits have gone.

Anyhow let me know if you are interested, I could make the trip out one day

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:53 pm 
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You summed it up mate, am prepared to wreck it, but I've gotta give it a chance to go as a complete car. If I need to wreck it, parts will be sold outright. Would probably need a hand removing bigger items if it get's to that, as there's little space.

It's suspension setup is just one of those combo's that works well together, as suggested by GSA, in Brissy.

I'd be interested in the results from the head if anyone gets it, would be sick to use on a new bottom end.

I could sell the cam seperately, but I have a person in QLD who's also keen. Either way, have no problems getting the cam out, gotta see if it can go as a whole, and see if there's some local interest.

I'm just being honest and if their were no issues with the engine and I had the cash, I would definetly be keeping it, and eventually finishing it. If anyone has a spare donk (and know's a spray painter), this is the car to fit it to.

If I could keep the car I would, re-use this head, and get a shop to build a bottom end up to the same professional standard and start looking in to 'anything is good enough to run' type track days lol. Times are tuff at the moment, and we're gonna go with 1 car for a few months.

 

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 1:01 am 
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no dramas mate

if you do decide to part out the suspension and/or wheels then let me know as i am 100% on the suspension (should be in decent nick only couple years old right?) and rims pending price

good luck mate
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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:02 am 
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Yea if you part it out mate could you PM me a price of the

INTAKE:
XH Snorkel
K&N Panel Filter
Also interested in the shocks !

Thanks Buddy !

 

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 10:23 am 
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just curious, with the oil pressure issues do you believe it would go a continuous 3hr trip home?

Or its pretty bad?

Thanks,
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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 11:04 am 
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Just noticed it runs out of rego very soon...

Probably give it a miss... But if you wreck I'll definitely take the LSD (how much would you want for it) and what are the seats like in it (what style)?

Other small items I might be interested in pending prices are:

*Engine & Gearbox KELPRO URETHANE mounts
*Head
*Wade 1636 (if is not a regrind?)

And I can pay for these and come down one weekend with the trailer for this stuff...

Thanks,
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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:50 pm 
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Cheers all, am taking note what you're all interested in. Will let you know should wrecking time arise, and I'll put a price on all parts.

Northerly, not going to talk it all up, but the suspension is still fine, 2 and bit years, about 25k km's on it. Good value non adjustable setup. Has only seen 2 days off street use, and it worked very well.

Timmytim, thruth is, I wouldn't be keen on taking it on a 3 hour trip. It'll make it to anywhere in Canberra.

Seats are earlier S pack, tear in drivers rhs, oil stains on back seat. Still all comfy, and nothing a set of throw overs will fix. If wrecking it, I won't be seeking much for the interior.

I have driven it 5 times since the rebuild. It does go, but is a mixed state of affair. I can't rev it due to the pressure issue, but can definetly tell from the instant throttle response, and the torque at low revs the head is breathing better than a stocker.

Things like the engine mounts are a shame, cuz they're such a prick to get to, and I don't have replacements..

LSD is only a 2 pinion 25 spline jobby, but it's less than a year than rebuild, and very tight. Makes for a very controllable car. If wrecking, will sell LSD and a*** seperate.

Appreciate all your interest fella's, just going to give it a week, then time permitting, I'll start to take the parts off. :wink:

 

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 9:02 am 
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Gday would be very interested in the exhaust if you decide to part

EXHAUST:

Pacemaker 4499's (resprayed in 2008)
Hi Flo Cat
Modified Lukey 2.5" exhaust sys w/ 2 mufflers

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 7:10 pm 
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Cheers.. looks like I'll be wrecking it when I get a chance, tis a shame but looks like the only way to get rid of it. If the weather is good I'll do my best to start wrecking it this weekend, and will post pics and prices. Bloke at work is keen on the headers, but we'll see how it goes once I list it.

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Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 11:04 am 
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you decided to part it out yet. yes i agree its a shame to see it go. if i had the money i would have had this one. its actualy the headers that im most after but yeah if not its a shame. up to you mate
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Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 2:10 pm 
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wonder how much to get this thing to melb with no reg and a buggered eng?

 

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 Post subject: Re: FS [ACT]: MODIFIED EA II S PACK Sedan - many new good bits
Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 5:17 pm 
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Just an update, have started wrecking it slowly.

Exhaust with headers has already gone to a mate, and is on his AU.

Have removed rear upper and lower arms with the new Pacemaker bushes, chasing $200.
Have removed rear shocks and coils.. will sell as a set with front shocks and coils, will post pics and prices once I get there as soon as I get a chance. Bad weather, and not much time..

 

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Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 5:58 pm 
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how much would u want for the motor? with / without the box?

 

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Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 6:05 pm 
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Are the XR wheels proper E series offset or do they run adaptors?
If they are the proper offset ones what price you chasing?

 

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