Revealing our Best Builds Yet + Designing an Angle Kit!

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47 thoughts on “Revealing our Best Builds Yet + Designing an Angle Kit!

  1. I haven't done much r but I'm going to do lots of…. Nope πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ everything after that was just comedy gold!!

  2. Get yourself an einstar or peel 2 3D scanner, bamboo labs X1 Carbon 3D printer and you can prototype most things you might need. No need for a super fancy scanner when FDM 3D printing isn't too accurate.

  3. Hey @AdamLZ I like the idea of the macheaned tie rod and i think it could work, so seeing as the supra is a freak child that Toyota and BMW created, and that most of the steering components are BMW factory parts there might be a way to reprogram the steering rack to allow itself not to lock up when you have the machined tie rod installed. Im a Bmw tec and when installing new steering racks into coustimers vehicles you tend to have to do a survice funtion/ adaptation with a diagnostic tool that carries the Bmw software. One of these adaptation tests is to calibrate the end to end lock on the rack. Now im not saying its a 100% doable thing but you could try doing a recalibration on the steering rack and see if it would bypass the binding that you get when the ignition is on. (I hope this might help you achieve your extra angle)! From Tony, viewing from the CaribbeanπŸ‘

  4. Can you not fit your milled tie rod and then recalibrate the steering angle sensor? it should allow it too freely turn until its max as it has the factory settings in its memory.

  5. Can you like make a drag car? Everything you have is either grip or drift don’t get me wrong. I love them both, but it would just add so much more to your contact.

  6. whenever you start to play with htg be carefull with it,people tested this unit in eu and after doing tests with the car after tune it randomly putted reverse gear and snapped everything in the drivetrain:')
    there is if i remember correctly some more issues people had with it so seems like pretty garbage start for automatic transmission tune/unit

  7. Those squeals aren't terrible, but without coolant you need to be careful. if you had a way to use coolant on your parts, you could machine much more in a single pass.

  8. I've worked for JTEKT which is a steering rack company: inside MCU software there usually is a "virtual rack end" line in order to stop the tie road from hitting too hard the housing and prevent destroying everything or have a jump between pinion and rack

  9. Be careful on the lathe man, watching one video is NOT enough training 🀣 buy yourself a self centering chuck, and some nice tooling. Learn your feeds and speeds for different materials. It's a potent machine when used to it's full potential, but also something to respect, one wrong move and that's it.

  10. Usually this problem were the car limits the lock when it's turned on can be solved easily by doing a recalibration on the electronic power steering module, I do think you will need a specialized scanner for this… but you won't need to change any sensors or bypass any modules to be able to make the system understand that the rack has a bit more angle

  11. Oh man, thought that CHASER was coming home with me at the end of the Giveaway. 😲 But, im still gettin in on this one

  12. I don’t think you would need to abandon the rack spacer idea. I can guarantee that you could reprogram whatever controls that rack to allow it to have more movement

  13. currently in the middle of building my VVT engine! all your videos have been so much help!! got a lot of similar parts as your last build. but got the Mazworx Main Caps right away. watching your vid definitely made me order those right awayπŸ˜‚ love the content man!! happy to see it back!

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