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projectcorona’s 1976 Toyota Corona

76 CORONA updated 4/7/2014

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Opening up exhaust ports, removing aluminum pipes for better flow.
  • Apr 10, 2014

These things had to go.did my best to remove them and smooth it out. Its not perfect, but I think it's a lot better then before, also the exhaust air doesn't have to go around the pipe to exit the port.

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4/7/2014 Work on the head
  • Apr 07, 2014

Finally gasket matched the intake and exhaust ports on the head. Funny thing is when i started to work on the exhaust, there was aluminum pipes running on the inside of ... more

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Engine block honed, new pistons are in.
  • Mar 14, 2014

Would've liked to have bored it out with over sized piston, but my pockets aren't that deep.lol

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Engine work
  • Apr 07, 2014

The head is soon going to the machine shop, and finally finished up.Now I have the 268 cam, adjustable cam gear, new pistons, I just ordered 22r rocker arms, valve spri ... more

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Comments (26)
  • projectcorona
    This new format is throwing me off, My posts are out of timeline, why did they choose to change it like this?!
  • 1977Corona
    Looking good, My corona was white now its yellow. Great job Building it up!
  • 77corona
    dude i love it.. i am try to find out what you used for ur high beams.. i ran out of places looking.. can you point me in the right direction.. i love the stlye with these cars..
  • TGLefty
    I like your ride. I have been looking for others with the same passion for the Corona. I just stumbled in on a Google serch.. Great Job keepin the old school cars alive. Chase
  • toy305
    a thnx for writing...well first of all u will need money...everything on the car was custom made...and im also using a 22r 84&up block with low compression pistons...its baciclly u figure out what u need...and start gathering parts...everything i did was trial and error until i got it to work....o and learn how the turbo works on the engine...that will help u get eveything u need...hope that helped a little....
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