test-drive toyota altezza RS200 & altezza Gita 2.0
Gen2 3S-GE rebuild/swap into a 91 MR2 hardtop
(Mostly) stock 2nd gen 3S-GE rebuild. Had the car for almost five years,
but never got around to doing this. Whole project took about three months
only working on the weekends. Kind of a long time for how straightforward
the build was supposed to be. Wanted to make this video shorter since the
last one was over 7 minutes long. Footage I had to work with didn't turn
out as great as hoped for, and I wasn't about to tear the car apart to get
Yea, the trunk looks ghetto as hell...haven't addressed that yet heh. And
let's see who can spot the continuity error...
Forced Induction - Supercharger vs. Turbo Charger
This video was made to describe in moderate detail the differences between
Superchargers and turbo Chargers, as well as describing the
components, advantages, and disadvantages to each. Complementing the
speaking track is a slideshow of related pictures and videos. I hope this
video helps some of you curious up and coming mechanics to better
understand methods of forced induction. Please comment maturely, and
Hitting the Speed Limiter - Altezza
Had a go to feel the JDM speed limiter that's built in most factory
Japanese car which limits the top speed of the car to 180 km/hour.
I had to watch out my back and sides for police or speed cameras so pardon
the first couple of seconds.
And please pardon my disgusting disgusted reaction hahaha
Part 1 (of 10) Remove Engine & Tranny - Rebuild 1994 Toyota Camry Engine & Transmission 5SFE & A140E
Part 1 of 10
Complete engine and transmission overhaul of a 1994 Toyota Camry. This
video shows removal of the engine and transmission from the car.
This car had 341,000+ Miles at the time of overhaul in October/November of
2011. I have owned the car for 17 years and it had 16K miles when I bought
it. We took the car to Alaska from Arkansas in June 2011 (before the
breakdown) = 10,000+ mile round trip.
This car suffered from a broken counter-driven shaft and gear in the
transmission. These are probably two of the most difficult parts to get to
on the entire car as the engine and transmission must be removed and then
the shaft and gear are pretty much the last parts to be removed from the
transmission during normal disassembly acording to the Toyota factory