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About Konrad

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  1. Tiny bulbs found inside of climate control are t1 bulbs with 4mm diameter.
  2. Sounds like classic boost pipe split
  3. If both sides are moving with same speed, it is just matter of tinkering until you set seat straight. There is also small part there with spiral thread, its plastic and tend to fail. I think ive seen someone selling metal equivalent of this for mk4 supra seat.
  4. both sides can be turned manually from the front of the seat. I think it was hex key, but it was ages ago since i had to do that. Just look under seat from front where rail meets seat.
  5. I used old valve, just cut top of it and welded it shut. Below you got youtube video with bolt being used instead of welding.
  6. In 1uzfe conversion world most people blank it, saves them trouble with valve failing and spreading oil everywhere. I had no issues or noises when turning wheels when stationary, revs drop down a fraction, but way above stall point.
  7. If it helps, when I installed 1uzfe in mine, i got rid of this valve and just blanked a hole. All is good.
  8. I used this settings with one cheap chinese copy adaptor, but at the moment I'm using ObdLink adaptor ( https://www.obdlink.com/ )
  9. What command you added in advance settings? in VERY ADVANCED settings just add this command ATIB 96 \n ATIIA 13 \n ATSH8213F0 \n ATSP4 \n 0100 use ISO 14230-4 (fast init, 10.4k baud) as preffered OBD2 protocol This worked with 2jz VVTI and it also works with 1UZFE VVTI https://www.supraforums.com/threads/obdii-2jz-gte-vvti-jzs161.1118031/
  10. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/caffeinemachine-weird-summer-weekends-tickets-114612493052 Just choose date and our time slot
  11. when i click link it asks for password and no dates can be chosen
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