Monthly Archives: May 2011
Removed the drive shaft and exhaust today. Both look in good condition. It seems like some of the exhaust has been replaced since the MZ12 arrived in Australia as the muffler is a Lukey. Considering getting GReddy Trust header, for … Continue reading
The Achilles heel of the 6MGE motor is its harmonic balancer / crank pulley which is prone to chipping.
Finished the removal of the wiring loom this evening. There must be about 10Kg of wiring loom in total. I wonder if there is some way to simplify this? The dash space is so empty when the wiring loom has … Continue reading
Badged my own car. Also finished removing all wiring and hardware from the boot.
Almost of all of the interior has now been removed, and stored in the spare room. Still need to remove the electrical wiring loom in its entirety.
How to remove the rear windscreen wiper. This is the rear windscreen wiper as it appears. Pop the cap on the base of the wiper arm with a small screwdriver. Underneath, there is a nut which be removed with … Continue reading
A scanned version of the 1981 Toyota Soarer Brochure.
トヨタ・ソアラ (Toyota Soarer) 2.8GT-LIMITED （1984） 「CAR GUIDANCE」 a Japanese car review programme from the ’80s reviewing an MZ11 Soarer.
トヨタ・ソアラ (Toyota Soarer) 3.0GT-LIMITED （1985） 「CAR GUIDANCE」 a Japanese car review programme from the ’80s reviewing an MZ12 Soarer.