Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

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corrymccarthy
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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by corrymccarthy » November 8th, 2010, 11:16 pm

Heres Mine Done a bit of stuff not everything though
Old man emu lift, 315/75/16 copper STs, 3" exhaust, ARB bar, Dual Batteries, 80w solar panel on roof, ARB compressor, 4x IPFs on roof, JVC double Din DVD, Waeco 11L fridge/freezer (not a thermoelectric) replaced the centre console and runs continuously keepin the beer cold
also heap of other bits and pieces.
Just a tip for the guys with genuine toyota snorkels, silicone the joins up
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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by Clintfzj79 » November 13th, 2010, 1:36 pm

Sir_Venom wrote:Apparently no one read my post, or may be the question is too silly to be answered :cry:

Or maybe the community of new LC70 is too small yet :crazy:

No worries, if someone has info regarding this topic just post it!!!

This is a pic of my previous LC Fzj71 4.5 1hzfe 2008. Ome 3" BFG AT305/70/16 (overseas)

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Cheers, Venom

Wow for a second i thought you had the fzj 71 is Aus ,i was going to say it must be the first 5 wheel nut,coil front,1fz powered swb is Aus , Any more pics on it or your new SWB

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by Ranger08 » November 25th, 2010, 4:39 pm

Guy's, Just wondering if the bigger tyres has improved your fuel economy or made it any worst than having the standard size tyres.

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by corrymccarthy » December 7th, 2010, 5:49 pm

I reckon it has definately made it worse on my 79 series, scangauge average is 16-17L/100kms of highway driving at 110kms and thats with 315/75r16s (although I never got to use a full tank before the bigger tyres went on) my old mans 200 series has jumped up from 13L/100kms to about 16L/100kms after he put 285/70r17s on from the stock tyres maybe its just the way we drive em, a bit lead footed I'd say

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by moregrunt » December 15th, 2010, 6:30 pm

cory can you please put up a pic of the fridge in the ute ill go buy one tommorow if it fits well. I sent you a PM but havent heard back from yah Thanks mate

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by corrymccarthy » December 22nd, 2010, 9:34 pm

moregrunt wrote:cory can you please put up a pic of the fridge in the ute ill go buy one tommorow if it fits well. I sent you a PM but havent heard back from yah Thanks mate
Here are those pics you wanted of the fridge

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by moregrunt » December 23rd, 2010, 7:47 pm

haha yeh she is a tight squeeze thats for sure lol ill try and get it in there. how do you go with the fan blowing onto your leg does it get it hot ?

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by corrymccarthy » January 2nd, 2011, 11:08 pm

moregrunt wrote:haha yeh she is a tight squeeze thats for sure lol ill try and get it in there. how do you go with the fan blowing onto your leg does it get it hot ?
Na my side doesnt get hot but the mrs complains every now and then that it blows a bit of hot air
Hope ya get it in ok

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by Chaser » January 3rd, 2011, 8:33 am

Hey guys,

Well just ordered my VDJ79R workmate, cant wait , only problem is no more money for fruit, it has a toyota bullbar ( yuk ) and towbar, toyota mats , ally tray , weather shields , and is silver

oh well sit and wait
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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by Go Nutts » January 9th, 2011, 10:07 pm

This is when I first got it
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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by corrymccarthy » January 28th, 2011, 10:53 pm

Well bought meself a chip for christmas and got the ute dyno'd today
I cant believe how much bloody power and touque you can get out of these things even with 315/75/r16s
Dont mind the tyre pressure at 4psi and tested in 40th gear haha but everything was uncompensated for so this is what she gave at the back wheels at that temperature (no cheating here by raising the intake temp on the dyno so the rear wheel figure goes up)

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by moregrunt » February 6th, 2011, 6:53 pm

hey corey that chip is it just a chipit? just a rail and boost pressure plug in ? How you rate it?

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by corrymccarthy » February 12th, 2011, 11:22 am

moregrunt wrote:hey corey that chip is it just a chipit? just a rail and boost pressure plug in ? How you rate it?
yea just a chip it chip, yea just the 2 plugs (one for boost and the other for fuel rail)
I havnt driven any other forbys with other performance chips so cant compare but I just like the idea of an electronic boost controller built in to the chip, dual fuel map switch and being able to download the fual maps (whether theyre the preset ones or custom ones emailed from the dealer) from your laptop to the chip

the other mod I did (available from chipit) was put a fuel rail delimiter disc in, it just allows you to run higher tunes/fuel maps without triggering limp mode/check engine lights etc, and ill be doing the egr block when they send me the blanking disc

But overall for the features and value you get for an aussie made chip tested on aussie fuels i wouldnt hesitate to buy the same brand again

this months 4wd action also had a little article towards the back on this particular chip
hope this answers your questions any more just ask
cheers

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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by Go Nutts » March 4th, 2011, 7:12 am

This is her now
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Re: Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by ymy-88u » October 11th, 2012, 8:35 pm

Heres my truck, took my time to get it up

i either made of fitted everything myself

4" lift with super flex arms, tough dog big bore adjustables
rancho incab wireless shock controller
6" front shocks
extended brakelines
removed swaybar
4x 80w solar panels on canopy
80l dual zone waeco
210amp agm
305 MTZs
chipit module custom tuned by my self
EGT moniter, EGR block
3" no cat, ends at passenger door
Methanol injection
hydraulic winch
hydraulic tray
50" light bar
70w hid spottys

the rest you will figure out

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V8 79 Series (175rwkw) & HJ47 W2A intercooled & turbo (75rwkw) both methanol injected

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