Sprinter Make Over

Another week playing around with Corolla 80 Wagon, we received yet another wagon from Sprinter class. White color with all default setup from factory.

On the initial check up, the owner must be proud of the wagon he just bought from a local car dealer. Comes with all the original and default setup from factory, the body and chassis are well preserved considering it has been almost 30 years now the car have been serving on the road.

The owner brought in his Sprinter Wagon to be transform into JDM concept and need all the loosen parts to be taken care of. First thing first, we head on changing those wheels from stock 13′ to Enkei AP Racing wheels 13′ with 8JJ (front) and 9JJ (rear).

Sprinter Wagon

Since the wheels are offset, and taking into consideration of time consume to have made the custom wide fender, the owner decide to have a custom fiber fender flare (universal) bought for RM250. Off to installation process.

Sprinter-Wagon-fender-flare
Custom Fiber Flare’s
Offset Front Wheels
Offset Front Wheels
Offset Rear Wheel
Offset Rear Wheels

The process of installing the fender flare took less than an hour and can be install by any other person who have the hand drill, screwdriver, and 16 pcs metal screw head.

Rear flare without the lowering block.
Rear flare without the lowering block.
Front flare without the lowering job.
Front flare without the lowering job.
Left-Hand Side overview of the flares
Left-Hand Side overview of the flares
Front side view
Front side view
Custom flare's on KE36 Wagon.
Custom flare’s on KE36 Wagon.

 

In part of installing the flares, we work onto the engine section. Soon, we’re changing the stock Clutch Fan with the electric sensor fan. Need to clear up the dust and oily engine.. Off to clean up the engine bay.

After thorough water splash.
After thorough water splash.
Clearly view of the rocker cover
Clearly view of the rocker cover
Take off the Clutch Fan
Take off the Clutch Fan
Take off the radiator. A sign of rotted leakage spotted. Off to service it later.
Take off the radiator. A sign of rotted leakage spotted. Off to service it later.

That’s it for this entry with this Sprinter Wagon. We’ll post more of the progress in the next episode.

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2 thoughts on “Sprinter Make Over

    wolf

    (August 14, 2013 - 2:37 pm)

    where did he bought his car from?
    can you give me the address were buy his car ?
    thanks…….

      admin

      admin

      (August 18, 2013 - 4:52 am)

      A fella member bought it from a local Used Car dealer in Petaling Jaya area. Got queit a few same model on sale. Be sure to look out for it at your nearest Used Car dealer or in mudah.my Another way of getting the info, be sure to LIKE our Pomen Yala Facebook Page ­čÖé

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