Ken,For Eau Rouge:
E-brake shoe adjustment/E-brake adjustment;
Installed Toyota Moulding Clips on leading edge of rear wheel wells (the clips that keep the trailing edge of the rear vented panels properly affixed);
Removed leaky oil return gasket and replace with new;
Installed new oil return line;
Installed NIB steering rack*
*In my experience, Toyota steering racks almost never go bad without at least a couple hundred thousand miles on them . Eau Rouge has only a bit over 61k chassis miles when I noticed a small leak and, then, moaning like a cat in heat. On the rack, we discovered a blown seal that puked fluid all over the floor. It was kind of hard to figure, but my best guess is that, with all the in and out of replacement motors (go here for the details: EAU ROUGE TODAY -- The Curse Has Been Lifted), I believe there is the distinct possibility the rack was improperly bled, maybe more than once. I guess all the driving I had been doing pre-COVID-19 may have been a factor as well. Anyway, with three cars, I'm having the old rack rebuilt "just in case".
They are all SS lines wrapped in DEI covers. Every part of the exhaust system is ceramically coated. No problems for the past 4 years with this approachHey bud, that hose between those runners will get cooked.
If you want to use that turbo, I suggest hardlines. Especially for the drain for the turbo past the runners.
There is a guy in the UK who makes all his own stainless parts for these and has stock of the material you need to replace when you split them.Attempted to rebuild rear calipers for the race car, but having trouble removing the guide pins (I got 3 eventually, one is still stuck)
And for one caliper, the pistons are no good