Im sure ptfe degrades rapidly when in contact with oil so while it will work for a few months it will probly leak eventually.
Dowty washer as said above is what ive used on these taps both times i done it and never had a leak.
Rtv will be more than enough to seal that thread though...
If you have rear drum brakes it will just be a short run of hard pipe that needs replaced between the flexi and the wheel cylinder for the brakes.
Not a part you can buy off the shelf really cause most mechanics would just make one for pipe and fittings
New exhaust was built yesterday:
chopped the stock mid section just behind the cat and welded on a flange there, 2.5" pipe from the catback with mandrel bends.
welding up the completed mid section
fabricated the merge for the two backboxes
pipe between the two boxes
I'm gonna give you sound advice from a "been there done that" perspective.
Don't spiral into debt for modifying a car... you just stated back there you already owe for the car and for the headlights, modifying with a credit card is a mugs game - which i learned the hard way. if i hadn't bombed...
yeah in the case of the jap made Ogura charger on this it takes about 60cc of oil in the reservoir for the gears inside the casing.
Strong engine yeah, has its weaknesses like any engine, but overall it will rev to nearly 8500 daily without any drama', and is used in supercharged form in a...
I got it from a local motor factors but you can get em on eBay, they are just the same as any E12 corolla T-Sport.
Yeah if you could find out if he'd be willing to part with the oil and how much that'd be great as its a nightmare to get hold of.
Few updates on this.
Someone crashed into it during the snow a few months back. repaired through insurance with no issue so I not have a shiny new genuine Toyota bumper for it, which suits me as there was a few marks / touch ups on the original bumper.
Had an annoying knock which was slowly...