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Old 11-05-2016, 01:35 PM   #295
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Sorry, I know nothing about them and probably wouldn't know them if looking. The workshop suggested them and installed them. They work perfectly. Full lock feels normal but stops before rubbing.

They didn't sound special so I assume a tyre or suspension place must know about them.
I'm trying to find where I can get something like what's on page 72 of this http://www.racingbytmg.com/wp-conten...anual_EN-1.pdf

"From the 2014 model on, steering stops have been installed in the GT86 CS-V3. These are also suitable for models from previous years.

The steering stops are mounted directly on the steering rod, under the dust cover. First of all the dust covers must be removed, and the steering rod dismantled.

The steering angle of the wheel is limited to about 25."

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Old 11-05-2016, 06:24 PM   #296
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I'm trying to find where I can get something like what's on page 72 of this http://www.racingbytmg.com/wp-conten...anual_EN-1.pdf

"From the 2014 model on, steering stops have been installed in the GT86 CS-V3. These are also suitable for models from previous years.

The steering stops are mounted directly on the steering rod, under the dust cover. First of all the dust covers must be removed, and the steering rod dismantled.

The steering angle of the wheel is limited to about 25."

That might be similar to what I have as it was a race car builder that put mine in
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Old 02-07-2017, 02:44 AM   #297
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Engine bay pretty much as I want it now.

Smaller battery to fit TRD carbon battery clamp and TRD motion control beams.

Also changed oil cooler hoses to other side so that TRD USA air box fits in without needing to be altered.



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Old 02-07-2017, 05:04 AM   #298
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It's always nice seeing an update from you! Love this TRD car, shows that my TRD has a long way to go. :p
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Old 02-07-2017, 10:19 AM   #299
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much TRD, much want.
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Old 02-07-2017, 12:06 PM   #300
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Engine bay pretty much as I want it now.

Smaller battery to fit TRD carbon battery clamp and TRD motion control beams.

Also changed oil cooler hoses to other side so that TRD USA air box fits in without needing to be altered.



How much were the strut tower rod and dampers? and where you buy them from? Thanks!
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Old 02-17-2017, 07:50 PM   #301
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Looks like you need the TRD fender extensions, the front bumper canards, the upper rear quarter panel TRD fins, TRD shark fin... Keep it up boss!
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Old 02-17-2017, 08:36 PM   #302
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Looks like you need the TRD fender extensions, the front bumper canards, the upper rear quarter panel TRD fins, TRD shark fin... Keep it up boss!
I would but don't like any of those items. I had the TRD shark fin - it's awful. Not so much a shark fin as a whale's tail it's so huge.

But will keep an eye out for other bits and pieces.
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Old 02-18-2017, 04:29 AM   #303
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Sweet, as always great work ^^

How do you like the TRD motion control beams?
And do you really need a smaller battery to make em fit?

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Sweet, as always great work ^^

How do you like the TRD motion control beams?
And do you really need a smaller battery to make em fit?

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The motion control beams look great but not sure they actually do any more than the stock ones.

They fit with the stock battery.

I got a smaller battery to fit the TRD carbon battery clamp. The batteries supplied with the 86 here in New Zealand is larger than the JDM one.
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Aight
Yeah, we got the big batteries here in Norway as well..
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Old 06-18-2017, 07:50 PM   #306
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Engine bay pretty much as I want it now.

Smaller battery to fit TRD carbon battery clamp and TRD motion control beams.

Also changed oil cooler hoses to other side so that TRD USA air box fits in without needing to be altered.



What battery size/spec did you go with to fit the trd tie down?
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Old 06-19-2017, 12:10 AM   #307
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What battery size/spec did you go with to fit the trd tie down?
Second this; I too want to know; as I have this clamp to realize it won't work with my stock battery
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Second this; I too want to know; as I have this clamp to realize it won't work with my stock battery
Sorry @corry29 and @golden86child I peeled off the type and brand and out a TRD sticker on it :-(

Did you just want the dimensions as I could give you that?
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