OK, first I would like to thank Xauterus who hooked me up with the link with this information. This is all that monster RAV4 has that you see above running Solo I. Interesting list with some stuff I didn't know could work on a RAV4. Some stuff I already have, and surprisingly the APEXI computer for turbo can work, which is already installed. https://m.rally24.com/recce-cars-for...e85-33185.html
Toyota RAV4 Turbo 4x4. 1997 Toyota RAV4 3 door chassis, and a
1997 Toyota Celica GT-four engine.
Straight cut dog box transmission. Very short 5 speed gearbox, max speed is 180-190km/h. https://www.carthrottle.com/post/wez7853/
2011 the engine is fully rebuild 1. new wise co pistons 2. eagle connecting rods (H profil) 3. 1200cc RC injectors 4. NozzS fuel rail 5. new bearings 6. ARP cylinder head bolt kit 7. New turbo (now max 1 bar) 8. Stronger Brian Crowler valve springs 9. 5 stage clutch (Stage 5 - This clutch is for racing only. It is of a 3 puck ceramic design and offers optimum performance for the drag strip.) 10. Aeromotive fuel pressure control 11. tein wastegate 12. HKS turbo pressure control (0,7-2BAR) 13. Electric power steering 14. VEMS ecu 15. ALS launch control 16. Electric brake vacuum (from Saab) 17. HKS air filter 18. front intercooler 19. engine oil coolers 20. gearbox oil cooler 21. Celica center visco clutch 22. Rav4 front and rear diffs 23. Bilstein shocks 24. Front brakes: Lancer EVO 4 Piston Brembo with 323mm discs (from Toyota Supra), EBC yellow stuff brake pads 25. Rear brakes: RAV4 front discs with Celica gt-four rear calipers.
Of course she is primarily a track car but this would leave her without an emergency brake, unless the GT-Four calipers have a built in emergency brake. On a car with a standard tranny I don't think I could eliminate the emergency brakes.
Yeah, that was one thing that I noticed. No rear emergence brake. For the street, not good. What I did notice were the Crower springs. I just got back from work, let me see which once they are and post them.