1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Talk about performance...

Discussion in 'Performance' started by Don-in-Japan, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    Last edited: Mar 3, 2011
  2. erixun

    erixun Member

  3. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    I would say it was more than keeping up. It was right on everyone's backside. :eek:
  4. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    wow that thing was moving...nice:)
  5. Socal Sonny

    Socal Sonny Member

    that is awesome.. so what exactly is a cappuccino engine?
  6. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

  7. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    f6a or a k6a so i found by googling. odd ? if someone where to have a mini truck with either those engines would a turbo kit for the cappuccino be able to be mod. to fit the mini truck? if so then there is how u get an easier turbo kit for our beloved trucks. be ware i have not clue if it would work thats y im askin
  8. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    Place is 10 minutes from my house. Pretty cool.
  9. FiveOneOh

    FiveOneOh Member

    I looked at putting that engine into my old carry. its a twin cam 3 with turbo. none of it will fit the SOHC head.

    I love how the truck looks like it has a cape flying in the wind hahaha
  10. Ironraven

    Ironraven Active Member

    I am SO jealous that you have a place like that so close to your house... what suspension mods did they have to do in order to get the truck to corner like that? Love that song too, it's in quite a few of my favorite drift vids!
  11. Socal Sonny

    Socal Sonny Member

    i was wondering the same thing. does it also have a limited slip differential? when i try that with my truck one wheel starts to spin..lol
  12. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    As for suspension, I have no idea. I'll check if I ever see the truck at the track. I'm sure it has a limited slip diff. I have one in mine as well.. I took it out of a 4WD carry before it got junked at me shop. I suppose you could just weld it together too.
  13. Vitnzjp

    Vitnzjp Member

    Hi, Don, couple of questions
    - which size tires are legal on road for mini-trucks in Japan?
    - what is the legal minimal "road gap"(between road surface and bottom of vehicle)?

  14. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    Truly legal sizes are on the sticker inside the door jam.. and I believe they have to be 6 ply tires for kei trucks.

    In practice, nobody seems to care here. I run 195/60 R13's in the rear, and just bend the sheetmetal out by hand for a make-shift fender flare.

    I believe minimum gap is still 6cm from the lowest part of the vehicle (includes muffler) to the road.
  15. Vitnzjp

    Vitnzjp Member

    195 that's quite wide tires, how about front ones? With spacers? And what's the story about warrant of fitness(or whatever the name of vehicle condition check) with non-standart tires? :confused:

    At moment i am on standart ones and feels like on the garden bench, thinking about 175/50R13 - my main idea is get wider tires with little bit smaller diameter to make van lower and get little bit more torque. Also thinking about bigger brake discs, but they might cost a fortune.

    And only after making safe tires and brakes i can start think about perfomance :)

    Oh i forgot to tell - my "toy" is Every DE51V 1997 F6A PA limited in white color and just about 75000km on odometer
  16. olddatsunfan

    olddatsunfan Member

    I use 175/60/13 tires on 13x5.5" aluminium rims on my Every. It's quite close to the original 12" tire/rim diameter, ½% or so anyhow.
  17. Socal Sonny

    Socal Sonny Member

    i run 205/60/13s.. they stick out about 3 inches.. :p
  18. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    Just junked my old Carry, and bought a newer one :)

    5 speed much better for the expressway here. 4 speed just had the RPM's way too maxed out @ 100km/h.

    Bad things are open diff, no A/C, and 100mm lug spacing. Have some nice Watanabe rims that won't fit now :(
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2011

Share This Page