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    Default My 93' Corolla From New Zealand (AE100 JDM)

    Hey guys,


    This is my 1993 Toyota Corolla SE Limited. It's a Japanese import and has all of the features you would expect out of Japan, except it's now a little different from a bog standard grocery getter


    It was completely standard when I bought it, but I've done a number of mods to it over the last 5-years of ownership so far, including a 4A-GE 20v Blacktop swap at the end of 2012. I've almost reached my goal of finding every single optional extra that was available from new, including some of the rarest items, such as the AirFantasy fragrance control system.


    This first post will remain updated with all of the current modifications and photos. To view updates in chronological order please scroll through the various posts below this one.


    The mods so far are:

    Engine:
    * 4A-GE 20v Blacktop engine conversion.
    * C160 6-speed ECU (8,500rpm redline).
    * 110mm trumpets (ram tubes/velocity stacks).
    * Custom made 3" intake bellmouth.
    * Fujitsubo (FGK) 4-2-1 stainless steel extractors.
    * 5-speed C56 gearbox.
    * TRD quick shifter.
    * Full 2.25" exhaust with Dynomax muffler.
    * 2-core aluminium radiator.
    * Carbon fiber cam & spark plug covers.
    * TRD spark plug leads.
    * Catalytic converter removed.
    * Oil catch can.
    * Tomei Type S fuel pressure regulator.
    * Tomei fuel pressure gauge & fuel rail adapter.
    * TRD 1.3-bar radiator cap.
    * TRD aluminium oil cap.
    * TRD fuel cap.


    Exterior:
    * OEM AE101 Toyota Corolla FX-GT front bumper with fog lights.
    * Rare OEM factory option ST215 Toyota Caldina custom fitted front lip.
    * Rare OEM factory option ST195 Toyota Caldina custom fitted rear lip.
    * OEM AE111 Toyota Carib BZ Touring sideskirts.
    * Genuine OEM AE101 Koito Toyota Corolla BZ Touring headlights.
    * Facelift AE101 red/clear tail lights and garnish.
    * Ducktail boot spoiler.
    * Ducktail roof spoiler.
    * 35% "Night Rider" window tint.
    * Front door locks eliminated.
    * Volk CE28N rep 16x8 +15 alloy wheels with 195/45/16 tyres.
    * Front and rear guards rolled.
    * 'SE Limited' badge removed.
    * 'TWINCAM 20' stickers on sideskirts..


    Interior:
    * Toyota Corolla GT seats front & rear.
    * 60/40 folding rear seat conversion.
    * Reupholstered door cards with OEM Corolla GT fabric.
    * Sound deadened front doors.
    * AE101 Corolla FX-GT SuperStrut Momo leather steering wheel.
    * 240kph speedometer & 9,000rpm Corolla GT tachometer.
    * OEM Lexus IS200/Altezza RS200 aluminium foot pedals.
    * OEM floor mats.
    * TRD leather shift knob.
    * OEM BZ Touring 6-speed leather gear shift boot.
    * Rare OEM factory option Graphic Equalizer.
    * Rare OEM factory option 'Air Fantasy' fragrance control system.
    * Rare OEM factory option roof-mounted Air Purifier unit.
    * Rare OEM factory option rear-mounted Air Purifier unit.
    * Rare OEM factory option motorized driver's seat rail.
    * Rare OEM factory option key light.
    * Rare OEM factory option floor lights.
    * Rare OEM factory option velour extended armrest.
    * Rare OEM factory option Burger Tray.
    * Rare OEM factory option Clean Box.
    * Rare OEM factory option felt-lined 'NO SMOKING' ashtray coin holder.
    * Rare OEM factory option under-seat storage drawer.
    * Rare OEM factory option tweeter pods and tweeters.
    * Rare OEM factory option 'Conlight' automatic headlight sensor.
    * Rare OEM factory option A-pillar map light.
    * Rare OEM rubber molded boot organizer.
    * Rare OEM factory option carpeted boot lid liner.
    * Pivot Speed Meter-V.


    Brakes/Suspension:
    * Lowered on BC Gold BR coilovers.
    * OEM 24mm front swaybar conversion.
    * Whiteline 18mm solid rear swaybar.
    * TRD 3-point strut brace.
    * Ultra Racing 2-point rear strut brace.
    * Carbing front lower tie bar.
    * 275mm SuperStrut front disc conversion.
    * AE111 SuperStrut twinpot front calipers.
    * 266mm rear disc brake conversion.
    * Safebrake braided brake lines.
    * Whiteline adjustable rear camber bolts.


    Audio:
    * JVC Bluetooth USB head-unit.
    * Pioneer 6.5" component front speakers (60w RMS each).
    * Lanzar 6.5" 3-way rear speakers (95w RMS each).
    * Sony Xplod 4-channel 444w amp.


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    HOTTT never seen suchh a beautiful corolla in my life, Ma Shaa Allah
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    ^ Thanks!

    I added another rare optional extra to my collection today. It's called a 'conlight'. At first I had no idea what it was and had only ever seen a tiny thumbnail of one in the original sales brochure. There is absolutely no information or pictures of them anywhere online so I wasn't sure if it was a light, a sensor, a strobe light for some quirky Japanese outdoor dancing, or what the heck it was, but after looking at it a little longer I figured out that it's an automatic headlight sensor!!


    The clear lens faces towards the front windscreen and detects the level of light outside. As soon as the sun sets and the light level is low enough (or you go under a bridge etc) the park lights and/or headlights will come on, depending how dark it is. The headlight stalk is always set to off as the sensor does all of the work (however you can switch the unit off or select that you only want the park lights to illuminate so you have manual control over when the actual headlights come on).


    It was 100% plug-and-play by using a special loom that it had specifically for this option. All I had to do was unplug my existing combination switch plugs and connect them to the new connectors, which basically just acts as an extension with wires branching off it for the conlight to function.


    The beauty of this option is that you can never accidentally leave your headlights on as the unit only works when the key is turned to the 'ON' position. It's pretty gimmicky but would have been very revolutionary in it's time. A lot of the newer cars these days don't even have such a feature as it seems to only be limited to up-market and 'luxury' cars.


    I personally think it's a great quirky piece of Japanese ingenuity and it's another thing to add to my growing list of optional extras


    Here's a pic from the original sales brochure, followed by pics of the actual unit taken by myself:


    My 93' Corolla From New Zealand (AE100 JDM) - Options


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    ^^ (y)
    Agar chy bu'tt' hain Jama'at ki Aasteenon main - Mujhay Hai Hukm-e-Aazaan LA ILA HA ILL ALLAH...!

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    awsome bro......really a nice find

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    kKKKKKIWII OH MAN OH MAN NO WORDS to describe how gooood ur car is btw following ur thread from a long time silentley


    M LOVIN IT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shehrozeae101 View Post
    awsome bro......really a nice find
    Thanks bro. The list is getting longer

    Quote Originally Posted by shozi123 View Post
    kKKKKKIWII OH MAN OH MAN NO WORDS to describe how gooood ur car is btw following ur thread from a long time silentley


    M LOVIN IT
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    I made a short video of the automatic headlight sensor (conlight) in action. Click the link below to check it out:
    MVI_1911.mp4 video by tokeitup | Photobucket


    Here's my latest find at the junkyard yesterday - A rare OEM A-pillar map light! This is yet another rare item on the options list and the first I've seen with my own eyes in real-life. It was fitted to an AE101 FX-GT so I quickly grabbed it as soon as I saw it . It gets held to the A-pillar by a thin metal bracket which goes on the underside of the pillar and had screws that go through to the map light. The wiring runs down the pillar, under the dash and ends up just behind the ashtray. In typical Toyota fashion, it's 100% completely plug-and-play!! . It simply uses the main connector for the ashtray light and cigarette lighter socket. All you have to do is unplug your existing plug, connect the male plug to the female connector of the map light and do the same with the other plug. Literally a 10-second job to plug in.


    The arm can move and be positioned towards your map book or phone etc and can either be set to have a wide spread of light by leaving the arm in it's shortest position length-wise or you can choose to have a more focused direction of light by gently pulling on the arm to extend it a bit, which moves the bulb closer to the end of the tube. The bulb is a standard incandescent bulb and looks to be replaceable. The end of the arm is held in place by a strong magnet to prevent it from moving around while you're driving. To use the light you simply just pull it away from the magnet and adjust it to the position you want to illuminate. There doesn't seem to be an on/off switch so I assume it comes on automatically as soon as the head is removed from the magnet and turned off as soon as the head is touching the magnet again.


    Hoping to install it in the near future. Since you have to drill three holes (two for the bracket and one for the wiring) I'll probably take my time and mark out the holes perfectly so that it sits dead straight when mounted. I haven't used a map book in about 5-years since there's no need with GPS systems these days, but it's yet another rare option to add to my list which is bound to come in useful in future 8)


    Here's some photos I took:


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    And here's my latest find at the junkyard today - A genuine TRD cat-back exhaust and Version S high response TRD muffler. The tip had already been taken, which works better for me since I have to use a tip that isn't too large so I don't melt my rear lip. Both pieces only cost me a mere $24 NZD (1,900 PKR).


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    nice find scott bro.....when are you installing the pillar light........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shehrozeae101 View Post
    nice find scott bro.....when are you installing the pillar light........
    Thanks bro . I installed it today . The install was nice and straight-forward and ended up being 100% plug-and-play like I thought it was going to be. I went to the junkyard before doing the install and bought the grey A-pillar trim which the map light was originally fitted to so I could use it to mark out the holes on mine to ensure they were in the dead right position before drilling into my pillar trim. The install took about 30-minutes all up. I took my time to make sure everything was straight and dropped the lower dash panel down to route the wiring to the cigarette lighter connector. As suspected, the light turns on as soon as you pull it away from the magnet and turns off as soon as it's clipped back onto the magnet. Works when the key is turned to the 'ACC' or 'ON' position. Looking forward to seeing how bright it is at night

    It was difficult to take pics since there isn't much light on that part of the interior even at the best of times, but with a bit of patience I managed to take these:


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    Sweet..mouthwatering stuff
    The men are back. @TGT.

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    Thanks!!

    Here's my latest mod - AE111 Toyota Carib BZ Touring wagon sideskirts!!! . I've wanted these particular sideskirts for a long time, but didn't want to pay the price that the mainstream wreckers charge so have been waiting for a set to come into the junkyard. Seems that my patience paid off because when I was out of town the other week an AE111 1998 Toyota Carib came into the junkyard and it was Super White (040) just like my Corolla!!!! :shock:. It had been in quite a serious frontal accident but the sideskirts were still in mint condition. I fitted them today and took some photos a few hours ago.


    They're a perfect fit for the Corolla as the sill length is identical and they're based on the same platform as the AE101 Corolla BZ Touring wagon. They look a lot more suitable than my previous sideskirts and tie in better with the front and rear lip, rather than looking out of place by being a different height. My next plan is to replace the front lip with another one that I've been looking for but haven't been able to find yet. After that I'll be completely happy with the exterior of the car


    Here's the photos I took today after fitting the new sideskirts:


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    Hi,Bilal here,em back after a long time on your thread,lol,i am in Pakistan since long time and did not got alot of time for Internet,today when i was on the Pakwheels just remembered your thread so came here,and went through all of the latest things you had added,i think you also have changed your car rims,and finally saw your own picture Well you does not like a Pakistani boy like everysays here to me that i look alike a chinese.Well well well i wanna congratulate on all of your updations on your car and one thing i've got in my mind after seeing that radiator change,do you take your car to a garage to get the things done?or you do all the work by yourself?
    Allah bachaee Har Nazaar Behaya hai!!!!!!!

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    ^ Thanks bro! I usually do all of the work myself, although there are some things that I leave to the professionals such as wheels alignments and engine swaps etc.

    I am VERY excited to share the news with everyone that my Corolla is now complete with a 4A-GE 20v Blacktop engine . It has been four long years and my dream of having a Blacktop has finally come true. I kept it a huge secret from almost everyone as I wanted there to be a large element of surprise as I know there are a lot of people out there who were eagerly awaiting this swap to happen.


    The engine has done 120,000km, has had the timing belt and water pump done etc and is mated to a C56 5-speed gearbox. I saw this as the perfect time to do the swap as I'm almost done with the exterior modifications and am very happy with the way the interior is looking, so I wanted to stay true to my word of installing the Blacktop as a finishing touch on the car.


    All in all I'm over the moon with the swap and literally can't wipe the smile off my face. The last thing holding my Corolla back was the engine, so now that it's had the transplant I can enjoy the car even more over the many more years of future ownership.


    Here's some pics. I still have to reinstall my TRD strut brace and the short ram intake is only temporary until I can remake my previous cold air intake system as the old piping was a little bit too short to fit the Blacktop:


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    Maar dala zalim, just have no words what to say. its my dream car.
    Two of the best quotes of Punjabi : 1. Rull tan gae aan! Per Chass aa Gae ai!, 2. Gal Pya Dhol Ty Wajana Penda ay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzukialtomehran View Post
    Maar dala zalim, just have no words what to say. its my dream car.
    Thanks man!

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    I chucked my TRD strut brace back on today, as well as tidied up a few other things on the inside:


    My 93' Corolla From New Zealand (AE100 JDM) - IMG 2293 resized




    I also attended an AE101 Owners Club meet and took a bunch of photos


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    awsumm...as always.....i luv the rolla hatch in first pic...but yours was just awsumm <3....MahsaAllah
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    ^ Thanks

    I installed the standard airbox/ducting today and reinstalled the oil catch can. Looking how I want it now!


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    KiwiCorolla's SnaPs r awEs0mE <3 Love it

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    Looking Great Scott. The swap is very clean and please tell us who does these swaps in NZ? I have also heard the BT is not so good with stock intake air box.
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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