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  2. Bump: Price dropped to £12,000. Added 2 photos, more to follow soon - apologies for the delay, I have had a lot going on recently. Please Note: The roof has been painted Metallic Black to match the Spoiler (I don't have many photos of it).
  3. Thanks yeah, wasn't cheap, worth saving for though. Unfortunately until 2026 it won't be out! Not allowed to drive it on the road until it is ten years old as does not have a model report for IVA registration.
  4. Wow, what a rare car, must have cost a pretty penny! Where abouts in Kent are you? I will have to keep an eye out.
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  6. This week I have been starting to update the interior of the 14R. I have removed the stereo and ETC system, about 4kg of weight in total, they aren't needed whilst it is sat in the garage. I have also installed a Grazio & CO 4.2 TT USB ports, as the JDM models didn't have a charging port. 2017+ and TRD interior trim parts from USDM model, BRZ auto folding mirrors and TRD kneepad. Here is the wiring for the GPS for the ETC system, the stereo and the reversing camera removed The Grazio & Co USB chargers installed and the driver's and passenger interior trim update from the 2019 USDM TRD model Added a console side TRD kneepad Oh and I also found my Drivejoy, well an air freshener that was shoved in amongst all the wiring! And here is my third video showing my progress
  7. Continuing on with some of the smaller jobs, I have installed a TRD strut brace, TRD battery clamp and USDM rubberised boot floor mat, this covers all the way up the back of the seats too and has a stupidly large 86 logo on it! and the new video is here
  8. Here is my imported Japan-only TRD 14R, a road going version of the TRD 14R60 track car, modelled on the TRD Griffon that lapped Tsukuba in 0:58:407 with only aero and non-engine related mods. It has come with a few mods on it, the dealer-added TRD wing, LED light upgrades in the interior, feels like a TRD short shifter and i'll add anything else I come across. After over a year of ownership, I have finally got the first few mods on the car, and also uploaded a youtube video with some how to's on there - please take a look if interested. In the first video I have done a walkround of the car and installed the following, (TRD oil cap, rad cap, fuel cap, gear knob, document holder and Perrin boot closer), which I feel like the car should have had anyway! and if anyone can help me find one of these, please let me know Here is the youtube video
  9. SiCaln

    Toyota 86 TRD 14r - JDM Import 1/1 in the UK?

    This week I have been starting to update the interior of the 14R. I have removed the stereo and ETC system, about 4kg of weight in total, they aren't needed whilst it is sat in the garage. I have also installed a Grazio & CO 4.2 TT USB ports, as the JDM models didn't have a charging port. 2017+ and TRD interior trim parts from USDM model, BRZ auto folding mirrors and TRD kneepad. Here is the wiring for the GPS for the ETC system, the stereo and the reversing camera removed The Grazio & Co USB chargers installed and the driver's and passenger interior trim update from the 2019 USDM TRD model Added a console side TRD kneepad Oh and I also found my Drivejoy, well an air freshener that was shoved in amongst all the wiring! And here is my third video showing my progress
  10. 2013 Black, manual GT86 with Cosworth supercharger. Supercharger installed approx 15k milesCosworth map with 4 selectable modesValve spring recall completed in February 20211 previous ownerMOT until June 2025Facelift wheels in bronzeSuspension from 2017 facelift model4 Michelin PS5 tyres with tread leftFront brakes fully refurbed in 2023Undersealed by preserve and protect in JohnstoneIdoing android head unit with wireless Apple carplayUpgraded speakers1 previous ownerServiced in my time by Duncan at Hypertech in Bonnybridge and Claire at the Dreadnought in Callander.Currently missing service history for the first 14k miles (I’ve misplaced in house move and may turn up)The paintwork is showing its age a little in terms of small dings and stone chips. Given I had long term plans of a full colour change respray I haven’t yet had any paint work doneWill be a little sad to see her go. Had always intended to keep long term but pending arrival of second child and a longer commute has led to the sensible move of passing her on to another enthusiast! £15000 Car located in Callander Scotland.
  11. SiCaln

    Toyota 86 TRD 14r - JDM Import 1/1 in the UK?

    Continuing on with some of the smaller jobs, I have installed a TRD strut brace, TRD battery clamp and USDM rubberised boot floor mat, this covers all the way up the back of the seats too and has a stupidly large 86 logo on it! and the new video is here
  12. Hi all - has anyone retrofitted the facelift (2017+) headlights onto a pre-facelift (2014). I have the 8-pin connectors on my so not sure if they just plg and play or if I need to move pins? I'm considering this upgrade as some kind arsehole did a hit a run on my driver side headlight so I need to replace.. I'm not a fan of Valenti's but like the idea of the facelift with '86' in them. Anyone done this before or have access to the pinout listing for the headlights pre and post facelift?
  13. SiCaln

    Toyota 86 TRD 14r - JDM Import 1/1 in the UK?

    No longer a saver, still a bit lurky though! After over a year of ownership, I have finally got the first few mods on the car, and also uploaded a youtube video with some how to's on there - please take a look if interested. In the first video I have done a walkround of the car and installed the following, (TRD oil cap, rad cap, fuel cap, gear knob, document holder and Perrin boot closer), which I feel like the car should have had anyway! and if anyone can help me find one of these, please let me know Here is the youtube video
  14. Here are a couple of dyno charts from the day: Stock GT86 vs Stock GR86 GT86 - N/A Cars: GT86 - FI Cars:
  15. An excellent turn out to yesterdays (08/06/24) Rogue Motorsport dyno day, with a total of 9 cars on the dyno, consisting of 8 first gen cars, in various states of tune and a stock GR86. Car ranged from: 1x Stock - Pre Facelift 1x Stock - Facelift 1x TD N/A Kit - Remapped 2x Intake and Full Exhaust - Remapped 1x HKS S/C - GT2 V2 (UK/EU version) 1x HKS S/C - GT2 V3 (US Version) with built engine 1x Cosworth S/C 1x Stock GR86 Lots of interesting data gathered for comparison. Just a shame there wasn't any turbo cars available to attend. p.s. I don't have copies of the dyno graphs yet
  16. More Pictures To Follow Soon £12,000 ONO, Car Located In Essex. 51K Miles, Manual, 2 Owners. Highlights: 1 of 195 genuine Toyota GT86 Aero’s in the UK (as of 2023 Q4), Wossner Forged Pistons, Skunk2 Forged Conrods, Precision 5558 Turbo, K Sport Big Brake Kit (8 Piston – 356mm), Stronger Clutch Kit Upgrade – Twin Friction, Tomei Type-80 Exhaust System, Tein Flex A Coilovers. This car has been my absolute pride and joy for the last 6 years and has always been looked after and maintained to my utmost best. Full warm up and cool down cycles, regular servicing, only ever fueled with Shell V Power and has been detailed professionally on a yearly basis. This car was previously owned by Dan Smith (Ztox) who had it from brand new up until 3 years old when I bought it from him in April 2018. Dan had done quite a few tasteful mods that are listed below but can also be found on his forum topic here: https://www.gt86.org.uk/forums/forums/topic/2552-ztoxs-aero/?tab=comments#comment-39315 Lowlights: In December 2019 the GT86 went in for a forged engine rebuild, turbo, big brakes, clutch etc at Tuning Developments. I collected this in April 2020 but when I got home I had noticed it had been using a lot of oil. I kept an eye on this and kept topping it up regularly. In June 2020 the car suffered a Misfire (CANBUS Error) which was resolved with a new VVT Cam Sprocket RH Intake purchased from Toyota in Chelmsford and posted to Tuning Developments to rectify. I took the car to Tuning Developments in July 2020 and got the car back in December 2020. I had asked TD to check the oil to which they refused to take the car apart and see what was wrong (as clearly this was not right) but they said they had done some checks and it seemed normal for a turbo GT86. I knew I weren’t going to get anywhere with them, so I just kept topping up the car with oil. This was ongoing for 3 years, until the engine started to make a knocking noise in October 2023 (not low on oil as I checked this every day I drove the car – which was a pain but I put up with it). The car has not been driven since and is now just an expensive garden ornament as I can no longer keep up with the costs and therefore it is time for me to sell it and move on. With this in mind, I am listing this car for £12,000 which I think is reasonable given that the major work of the Forged Internals, Stage 3 Turbo Kit, Big Brake Kit, Clutch Upgrade etc come to £14,785 after £1,318 discount. Once this car has been repaired, the buyer has a LOT of car for the money they pay for it. Modifications Forged Engine Rebuild FA20: - Wossner Forged Pistons - Skunk2 Forged Conrods - King Bearings - ARP Casebolts & Headstuds - Cometic MLS Headgaskets - Reimax Oil Pump Gears - Upgraded Valve Springs - Genuine Gasket Kit - Genuine Stem Seals - Genuine Crankshaft FA20 - Uprated Fuel Pump Kit - Uprated Fuel Injectors - Unequal Length Manifold - Stage 1 Tuning Developments Turbo Kit - Stage 2 Tuning Developments Upgrade - Stage 3 Tuning Developments Upgrade - ECUTEK Remap (Switchable Maps via Cruise Control Stalk) --- Map 1: 280bhp, 5psi boost --- Map 2: 340bhp, 8psi boost --- Map 3: 403bhp, 14psi boost --- Map 4: Valet Mode - Precision 5558 Turbo - Stronger Clutch Kit Upgrade – Twin Friction - Engine Oil Cooler Kit - K Sport Front Brake Kit (8 Piston - 356mm) - Floating Upgrade - EBC Pads - Lightweight Flywheel - Torque Solutions Cam Plate FA20 - Genuine Spark Plug Set FA20 - Rear Brakes Painted Black - Moroso Oil Pan Baffle Plate Kit FA20 Other Mods: - Tomei Expreme Joint Pipe & De-Cat Pipe - Tomei Ti Expreme Cat Back Exhaust System – Type 80 - GT86 Single Exit Exhaust Blanking Plate - Tein Flex A Coilover Suspension Kit - Summit Front Strut Tower Brace - Summit Rear Camber Arms - Valenti Smoked Rear Lights (V2 - Sequential) - Valenti Smoked LED Reverse/Fog Light - Valenti Smoked LED Side Indicators - VLAND Headlights - BRZ Front Fenders - Cusco Headlamp Adjustment Rod - GT86 Whiteline Gearbox Insert - GT86 GrimmSpeed Hood Struts - APR Carbon Fibre Cooling Panel - TRD Oil Filler Cap - HKS Oil Filter - Roof & Shark Fin Aerial Painted Metallic Black - Work Emotion CR Ultimate Kiwami Wheels (18” x 9.5”) ET38 – Kiwi Power Green - GoodYear Eagle F1 Tyres - Black Toyota Badges Front & Rear - Black Leather Diamond Stitched Seats - GT86 Armrest - Silvertec Front Indicator Bulbs - SaitoWorks Sunstrip - JOYING Double Din Touch Screen Head Unit - APEMAN Dash Cam
  17. Muschette

    Sard Spoiler

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  18. Let’s say you recently made a claim on your Car Insurance. The good news is that it's been processed and you’ve received a payout so you can get your vehicle back on the road. However, you may find that paying the excess on your claim means your finances still take a hit. This is where Excess Protection Insurance comes in. With this policy in place, you’ll get your policy excess back – even if you’re at fault. This is a policy that is now open to everyone, even if you don’t have your Car Insurance with us. Here are a few benefits you might like to weigh up: Enjoy a full reimbursement of up to £1,000 Cover both voluntary and compulsory excesses Get speedy reimbursement should there be a delay of 6 or more months in recovering your excess from a third party Take advantage of 12 months of protection for your pocket If you’d like to find out more, head over to the Chris Knott Insurance website: https://www.chrisknott.co.uk/motor-insurance/excess-protector/. You can also ask me any questions. Best wishes, Simon
  19. Can’t believe these are still here. reduced for the last time to £1350
  20. Event Title: Rogue Motorsport - 86 Dyno Day 08/06/24 Event Author: will300 Event Date: 08.06.2024 On Saturday the 8th of June or as it should be known 86 Day. Rogue Motorsport will be hosting an 86/BRZ only dyno day, utilising their state of the art Dynapack hub dyno. Dyno runs will start at 9am and run until 6pm, this will allow time for upto 12 cars at approx 45minutes per car (extra time is required compared to a chasis/roller dyno, for loading and unloading). Dyno runs will cost £90 (inc VAT) and payment will be required upfront before the day and in full, with no cancallations. Each car will be allocated a time slot, and is required to turn up atleast 30 minutes before their allocated slot. If you'd like to sign up for a dyno run, please email Rogue Motorsport on: enquiries@roguemotorsport.com, with the subject 86 Dyno Day and your name. We'd like to get an idea of numbers before the end of the month, so you've currently got alittle over 2 weeks to decide. There is plenty of space for people to turn up and spectate the dyno runs, however this won't be an "open day" as such. Free Tea and Coffee facilities will be provided. I'll personally make sure there is cake and biscuits there. No doubt myself and a couple of others will be there for most of the day, so please feel free to turn up whenever. Or turn up early and just enjoy the atmosphere. Important: 1. Slots will be reserved on a first come first service basis 2. Payment will be required in full, in advance of the dyno day with no cancellations. 3. Cars must attend atleast half an hour before their allocated slot 4. Don't forget your locking wheel nut key 5. A disclaimer will be provided on the day (basically stating that your agree your car is in a suitable condition to run on the dyno and the dyno run is entirely at the owners risk) 6. Spectators Welcome 7. Nearby Fuel (approx 5 minutes away) - BP: https://map.bp.com/en-GB/GB/petrol-station/southam/southam-garage/4581 Shell: https://find.shell.com/gb/fuel/12038590-shell-budgens-southam/en_GB Tesco: https://www.tesco.com/store-locator/southam/northfield-rd/petrol-filling-station 8. No additional garage services will be available, other than the use of the toilet. Price: Dyno Run - £90 Spectators - Free Date: Saturday 8th June. Time: 0900 - 1800 Address: Rogue Motorsport Ltd Units 5 & 6 Blue Lias Industrial Estate Rugby Road Stockton Warwickshire CV47 8HN Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/rWpRBq8YzuRXfyRK9 Provisional List: 1. Jeff H- Toyota GT86 2. Will L - Subaru BRZ 3. Micheal C- Toyota GT86 4. Dawn T- Toyota GT86 5. Keith T- Toyota GR86 Possible: 1. Will C - Toyota GR86 Rogue Motorsport - 86 Dyno Day 08/06/24
  21. will300

    Rogue Motorsport - 86 Dyno Day 08/06/24

    On Saturday the 8th of June or as it should be known 86 Day. Rogue Motorsport will be hosting an 86/BRZ only dyno day, utilising their state of the art Dynapack hub dyno. Dyno runs will start at 9am and run until 6pm, this will allow time for upto 12 cars at approx 45minutes per car (extra time is required compared to a chasis/roller dyno, for loading and unloading). Dyno runs will cost £90 (inc VAT) and payment will be required upfront before the day and in full, with no cancallations. Each car will be allocated a time slot, and is required to turn up atleast 30 minutes before their allocated slot. If you'd like to sign up for a dyno run, please email Rogue Motorsport on: enquiries@roguemotorsport.com, with the subject 86 Dyno Day and your name. We'd like to get an idea of numbers before the end of the month, so you've currently got alittle over 2 weeks to decide. There is plenty of space for people to turn up and spectate the dyno runs, however this won't be an "open day" as such. Free Tea and Coffee facilities will be provided. I'll personally make sure there is cake and biscuits there. No doubt myself and a couple of others will be there for most of the day, so please feel free to turn up whenever. Or turn up early and just enjoy the atmosphere. Important: 1. Slots will be reserved on a first come first service basis 2. Payment will be required in full, in advance of the dyno day with no cancellations. 3. Cars must attend atleast half an hour before their allocated slot 4. Don't forget your locking wheel nut key 5. A disclaimer will be provided on the day (basically stating that your agree your car is in a suitable condition to run on the dyno and the dyno run is entirely at the owners risk) 6. Spectators Welcome 7. Nearby Fuel (approx 5 minutes away) - BP: https://map.bp.com/en-GB/GB/petrol-station/southam/southam-garage/4581 Shell: https://find.shell.com/gb/fuel/12038590-shell-budgens-southam/en_GB Tesco: https://www.tesco.com/store-locator/southam/northfield-rd/petrol-filling-station 8. No additional garage services will be available, other than the use of the toilet. Price: Dyno Run - £90 Spectators - Free Date: Saturday 8th June. Time: 0900 - 1800 Address: Rogue Motorsport Ltd Units 5 & 6 Blue Lias Industrial Estate Rugby Road Stockton Warwickshire CV47 8HN Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/rWpRBq8YzuRXfyRK9 Provisional List: 1. Jeff H- Toyota GT86 2. Will L - Subaru BRZ 3. Micheal C- Toyota GT86 4. Dawn T- Toyota GT86 5. Keith T- Toyota GR86 Possible: 1. Will C - Toyota GR86
  22. Massively late to the party here but I've got the original Ohlin's SUS MI20 with 60N all round and Ohlins top mounts. Never had an issue with clunking at all. Fitted in 2015/16 I forget the year! Done about 20k on them including ~8-10 track days. Must be play in the top mount I reckon but maybe not the rose joint rather the rod through the bearing having a bit of play. Not ideal!
  23. Muschette

    Hello from Tucson

    Super stoked to be here …
  24. I'm also will to sell this with the tank/compressor/3p airlift management for £1950 if anyone is after the full package.
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