Beggernator

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  • First Name
    Tomas
  • Toyota Model
    Corolla Tsport
  • Toyota Year
    2004
  • Location
    Buckinghamshire
  1. Not had a chance to drive the nuts off it just yet but first impressions are good. Unfortunately you do need to drop the subframe to replace the front one and I plan to do the rear one soon. Will update once both are in and I have sent it a bit
  2. Ordered I couldn't resist Looking forward to driving round corners and not rolling round Plus it would be nice to be able to put power down mid corner without one tyre fireing it Will keep you updated
  3. https://ukwhitelineperformance.com/collections/sway-bar/products/btf72z-anti-roll-bar https://ukwhitelineperformance.com/collections/sway-bar/products/btr77-anti-roll-bar Before I get these I was just wondering if anyone has used them or have any experience with them? My car is a 2004 3 door facelift Tsport. I figure it should make a good improvement to the handling of the car based on the amount of body roll I get currently but I don't want to make the understeer tendency any stronger / more unpredictable. If nobody has tried them then I guess I will be the ginny pig and have a go in the name of science.
  4. I have the metal doubble din and the mount is much more solid and no squeeks a bit of an unsightly gap but will try fixing that soon. Interms of wheel controls I have a Sony radio that auto detects wheel inputs from a 3.5mm jack wired across 3 harness pins Worked first time ez Unfortunately when you turn the lights on it must shift a register or something because all the buttons stop working apart from the volume up which becomes volume down Not sure if anyone else has experienced this or knows how to fix?
  5. It is a fully synthetic 5w 30 I am thinking of trying a 10w 40, I know some of the honda boys run 0w 50 so I figure going to a 40 for testing purposes is ok. As a side note I took the gauge out as I couldn't see it from the drivers position and if possible I will be re locating it to a more visible spot
  6. Update: it is definitely dropping From 6 bar down to about 2 bar when lift hits then in lift it wavers around 2 to 3 bar till redline My first random stab in the dark is oil sloshing in the pan?? Doesn't seem to make sense though as it is a short sharp drop when lift hits. I am guessing this isn't normal but I don't actually know so if any of you guys have any input that would be appreciated.
  7. Hi I'm fairly new to the Toyota scene and have a question. Recently bought a tsport and it drives nice, it has a aftermarket oil pressure gauge of deubious quality, which in all honesty is more of a burden as its got me worrying. From cold it's at about 7 bar at idle and when warm it drops to 0.7 bar. All fine and within spec, however when hitting lift it appears to rise with revs like normal then drop upon hitting lift. Not got anything more scientific then that for now as the dial is in a stupid spot so will need to borrow a mate to film it. TLDR: has anyone else noticed a oil pressure drop when lift engages? And if it's not normal what could cause it? Finally not even 100% sure it isn't just the **** wireing job shorting the sensor out
  8. Hi Just bought a Corolla Tsport this weekend, I've got a few things to fix on it so I have no doubt I'll be asking some questions Thanks Tom