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fourxtoy
01-12-2006, 08:37 PM
Got my self a new yota 86 reg cab lots of extras allready
wonderin what to put in her.Engin a strong EFI with a big cam and
dynoed at160hp
its got nothin in the rear
i want to use it in the city as well but dont care about comfort on the road.
should i go with coil overs?
what gears?
what size tires?(35 sooper boggers)
transfer case?
four or five link?
i just got a big ICBC setlment so spare no expence
WHATS THE BEST?

highwaystar
01-12-2006, 08:48 PM
definetly go with the sooper boggers

160 hp? 4 cyl?

well everyone on this board is going to tell you to put in a solid axle so i say buy a total chaos caddy kit! custom hi clear fenders from toyotafiberglass.com, and put detroit softlockers front and back.

i dunno i just woke up, leave me alone

fourxtoy
01-12-2006, 09:00 PM
the 4banger has a chip,cam,viperfuelinject systm
the 86 comes with a solid axle so u mean a better one
dana 60 or 44?

highwaystar
01-12-2006, 09:06 PM
i am pretty sure the solid axle ended in 85, so if you have one good score! :D

Big_Ern
01-13-2006, 12:08 AM
85 was the last year for a solid axle. Good possibility it was swapped in though. Toy axles are plenty strong enough for up to 36s if you upgrade the birfs to O-Fields, or the old style longs, smurf etc.. You can go 40s if you get the new 30 spline chromo longs.


Leafs are plenty flexy if setup right, but some sort of link suspension with coils will obviously be better





Oh and I cal BS

Hello Kitty
01-13-2006, 12:19 AM
sounds good.


now just buy a camo (pina coloda) air freshener and hit the trail).



lucky bastard.





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godzuka
01-13-2006, 12:23 AM
put a 60 and a 14 bolt in with dual cases. 4.56 gears, maybe 5:13s with detroits or a selectable locker in the front, 4 link in the rear with a cage on it for safety. 37" boggers, high clearance fenders. on board air, bead locks. man i wish i could have the money to build one.

fourxtoy
01-14-2006, 11:55 PM
thanx for the info . it is a 85 i checked the reg. coil is the best i think but leaf is cheaper.

ri0
01-23-2006, 10:47 PM
so I gotta ask, are you gonna do all the fab work, or are yeah gonna pay someone