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Aussie 2006 Jimny - 4" lift, 30" BFGs, M18a VVT

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01 Aug 2016 01:45 #170802 by zukenutter
Lap of Mt Panorama


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06 Aug 2016 10:11 #170996 by kirkynut
The footage might be deceiving but it looks to corner flatly considering the suspension lift!

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22 May 2017 22:49 #181440 by zukenutter
Camping at Bribie




Reorganising the camper


Disc brake upgrade


goodbye drums


Hello discs



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22 May 2017 22:58 #181441 by Daniel30
Fantastic, love the diff artwork B) B) B) B)
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19 Dec 2017 10:22 #187615 by florinelu07
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03 Jan 2018 09:08 #187998 by kirkynut
More photos of this lovely Jimny required Sir!

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03 Jan 2018 22:20 #188023 by zukenutter
Bribie day trip




Jimny Junky




Teewah Beach




Condmine Rive Rd




Bumper reinforcements


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03 Jan 2018 22:22 - 03 Jan 2018 22:23 #188024 by zukenutter
That's about it really


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13 Jan 2018 23:57 #188350 by kirkynut
Still looking awesome!

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14 Jan 2018 20:45 #188389 by zukenutter
Thanks Kirkynut

Finally configured an upgraded air intake that works for the 1.8, acceleration and response is much better and the hesitation on take off seems to be completely gone. I've been watching fuel trim and my too rich startup and high revs is no longer.

Some may say that the MAF still restricts it the same but proof is in the day-to-day running so :thefinger:

Grafted the Liana air box outlet into a Jimny air box lid and used the Liana throttle body inlet off the airbag. MAF has been cut out of the Jimny air box and placed after the bigger diameter outlet.




Old and new intake side-by-side


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15 Jan 2018 15:13 #188408 by CharlesS
Zukenutter,

What was involved to perform the disc brake conversion?
Did you need to modify the hydraulic brake lines, master cylinder or proportioning valve ?
Was this from a different model vehicle or was this a manufactured kit ?
Please PM me with the information.

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15 Jan 2018 22:39 #188422 by zukenutter
Hi Charles, I used a kit purchased from ADD here in Australia. The kit comes with mounting plates, bolts, handbrake cable brackets/lever and replacement brake lines. It's designed to work with the rear callipers from Mazda 323 which are quite well suited and don't need proportioning valve. Not included are the backing plates.

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