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  1. So here is my 2001 Toyota Yaris, this is my second one in just over 3 years, I've owned this since October 2019 and I had my previous T Sport from March 2017 to November 2019. Current photos: I bought this car with a few good mods on it, Tanabe Catback, Whiteline rear ARB, Polybushed drop links, Recaro Trendlines from a CH1 Accord, OMP Racing GP Wheel, OMP Front Strut Brace, K&N Typhoon induction kit, Tein S Tech lowering springs and Enkei Racing S replica wheels and a few other little bits. I have since added to this list quite a bit and changed a few things. Here is the full spec list of the car: ●Accord Type R CH1 Recaro Trendlines ●OMP Racing GP 330mm steering wheel ●OMP Boss Kit ●OMP Front Strut Brace finished in Ibiza Pearl blue ●Whiteline rear anti-roll bar ●Tein S Tech 35/38 springs ●Custom 4 point underbrace ●Cusco brake master cylinder stopper (not arrived yet) ●Hypersport polybush drop links and arb bushes ●Hypersport HS-0001 short shifter ●Vitz RS Optional Extra LED Taillights ●Vitz RS Front lip ●Vitz RS Dual clear bumper lenses ●Vitz RS Front badging ●Vitz RS Scuff plates (not arrived yet) ●Vitz RS Sunvisors (not arrived yet) ●Tanabe Medalion catback exhaust & decat ●K&N Typhoon induction kit ●Fog light cold air feed ●Genuine Enkei RP01 15x7 ●Sunstrip ●Team Heko wind deflectors ●Glanza/vertical rear wiper mod ●Debadged rear ●Tinted rear windows 5% ●Tinted side indicators ●Yellow brake calipers ●OEM Aerial shortened ●E12 Corolla Variable Intermittent wiper stalk ●Sony DSX-A410BT single din ●Pioneer TS Dash Speakers ●Soundproofed ●Password JDM Engine Bay dress up ●Epman Racing Oil Filler cap ●Black aluminium battery clamp ●LED Interior dome light and heater lights ●LED Reverse, rear fog and reg plate lights Here are some older photos from before I owned it: And here are some photos during my ownership from October ascending to February:  After the last two photos all that changed was the wheels. I was supposed to be going on my first track day this week (April 3rd 2020) however due to corona virus they've shut the track down temporarily. I still have plans to do a track day in the future when all this is over. My additional plans for the car doesn't consist of anything big at the moment as I don't have the funds: ●Ph2 interior swap ●Coilovers or dampers ●Torque damper ●Better tryes as these Rainsport 5s I've just put on are horrendous ●USDM Sidelights ●Lightweight crank pulley (& maybe flywheel) ●Weicher wishbone brace ●Refurb headlights ●Remove rear seats ●Refurb wheels ●Front camber bolts ●And a few other little bits If this post never gets updated, follow my Instagram where I always post photos of it @aye.adxm I doubt anyone's gonna read this anyway, but I just thought I'd post it for documentation to read back on in the future.
  2. Yaris Icon 2014

    My Yaris Icon is now four years old and I think it's time to replace the windscreen wiper blades? Is it best to buy just the rubbers, if you can, or should I buy the whole assembly. To conclude, is there a recommended period of time the wipers should be change anyway please? Cheers, RonB
  3. Lou's t sport

    Hi all. I thought it was about time I started a little thread on my yaris build. It's nothing too crazy but it's turned out pretty much how I was hoping! Starting from the beginning! I had a gs300, was ridiculously low and needed a daily as I was ruining the Lexus using it all the time. So after looking at a few t sports i bought this ph1 red t sport for the small sum of £750, the plan was to keep it practical, but looking fairly smart and handling well. When I bought it the bodywork had admittedly seen better days, both front arches had bubbled from rust, and it was pretty faded. The car had full history, exedy clutch, blitz nurspec s, k&n typhoon intake and tein s tech springs already fitted. First job on the list was getting the paint work looking presentable. A full cut polish and wax later and the colour really started to look good again Also removed the badges and rear wiper, I also added a square front plate. I then won some mx5 enkei wheels for a mere £22 on eBay with near new tyres. I absolutely loved how it sat on the 14's but they were too skinny and their is minimal tyre choice for 14" wheels Next up was to paint the roof to cover the lacquer peel, I also painted the centre of the front bumper. I then bought some cobra side winder seats, made some custom seat rails using the existing t sport sliders. The only thing left to do was buy some wider wheels with some 195 50 15 tyres. Luckily ed had rob fish's old momo wheels with brand new Rain sport 3's for sale, so I traded my mx5 wheels and cash for Them. I ran it like this for the next few months, I was really happy with it and was a perfect daily. Unfortunately the engine mounts were showing their age, you could really feel the engine moving when driving it hard. I made my own solid engine mounts using tiger seal, previously done it to my puma engine fiesta and it worked a treat. Once I fitted them it change how the car felt completely, so it was time to strip it out and make it fun. Then went and picked up some dectane led rear lights That was the last modification I done to "nug" Unfortunately the body work started looking tired and I kinda fell out of love with it. I then get tagged in a Facebook post, an old fella put his daughters yaris t sport up for sale a few miles away from my house, a ph1 thunder grey, 90k miles and the shell was absolutely mint, no rust what so ever! Rang him up and went through to see it straight away, ended up paying £400 And he included brand new padgid disc and pads too! Within 24 hour of buying it, parts started getting swapped from the red one. the red one got retired mostly back to standard, other than tein lowering springs and blitz nurspec Within a few hours of posting it up for sale, it was sold. Pretty gutting to see it go but at least I had a clean new shell. I then bought a ph2 rear bumper Rear end got stripped, boot floor painted black and all the interior plastics and roof lining went black Custom side skirt extensions Front rhino lip, cold air feed from the n/s foglight, And black badges Tein springs and custom back box delete was fitted. Next on the list was a new motamec red suede steering wheel and canards. Cleaned the engine bay up, also painted a few bits red. Here's a few photos how it currently looks
  4. Yo, been meaning to do this since the forum was fixed! Most already know my car but the back story is I had a 1.3 which was also a daily and occasional track car but it was a bit of a shed. After the forum went down, I got my 5dr TS, and then about 2 years later the 1.3 got rear ended (RIP), there are other posts on here about it by the previous owner so you can see the history. When I got it, I did all the fluids and filters, wheel bearings, driveshaft seals and a few other bits that bugged me, (cheapo radio fascia was fitted, so removed that and put the radio back in using the OEM radio surround), Tein springs weren't practical enough for London roads and detracted from the idea of ultimate daily driver so they had to go too. The aim of this car is to be the best daily driver possible, so it should be fairly inconspicuous but still fun to drive long distances as I do a lot of miles on the motorway as well as in the city. Another part of the aim is to be able to go on long road trips with friends/family so any mods that reduce practicality aren't allowed. In addition to that, my commute is pretty long, and I like being on the outside lane of the motorway creeping up on big German cars so my car is no show queen but its clean with no body damage, I try to keep it as standard looking as possible really, which is why I refurbed the standard alloys. Anyway, here's a very detailed spec sheet: Suspension/chassis: Koni shocks OMP front/rear strut bars Energysuspension anti roll bar Poly bushings Whiteline rear anti roll bar Brakes/tyres: Uniroyal RS3 tyres (rear) - replace front w/ same soon T-sport alloys refurbished in alloy wheel silver MTEC grooved discs EBC Yellowstuff pads (red painted calipers) Comma DOT5.1 brake/clutch fluid Tegiwa engine damper Engine/powertrain: HKS Hi-power rear exhaust Centre silencer delete WeaponR intake manifold Blitz air filter Interior/audio: LED interior light/gauges/heater controls LED strip in glove box Corolla wiper switch Pioneer DEH-4500BT head unit with A-pillar mic Pioneer TS-A1733i door speakers Edge dash speakers (need to replace these too really) Kenwood under seat bass box Silentcoat noise dampening in doors, boot lid etc. Closed cell foam in door panels G1W dashcams front/rear hardwired and wire tucked Exterior: Bonnet gas strut Hella Supertone twin horns (wired with fused relay so OEM horn also works alongside them) LED parking lights Osram Nightbreaker headlights Smoked indicators Stubby antenna Denso hybrid wipers with RainX'd exterior glass Starlet rear wiper Rear windows limo tints Genuine Toyota lockable roof rack (they don't stay on the car when not in use, got a massive roof box for weekends away / camping etc.) Debadged rear with Liqwidart TS emblem Black front Toyota badge Hand finished front TS grille badge (i painted it lol) FK1000P paint sealant (paint corrected with Meguairs Ultimate compound and polish) Servicing/fluids: Shell Pro Helix 5w30 engine oil with Bosch filter (every 6k ish) Comma SX75W-90 GL-4 gearbox oil (every year) Cabin filter (every year) Blitz air filter (every 2 years) Denso Iridium spark plugs (every 2 years) Tripleqx pink OAT coolant (every 5 years? only done it once lol) Tripleqx -15C screenwash with RainX additive Future mods: LSD (really want to get a gearbox that already has an LSD fitted) more polyurethane, ideally SuperPro ones for the wishbones and maybe engine mounts but not decided more LED strips in the interior, probably for the footwells Thanks for reading, will update now and then. Here's loads of pics: obligatory snow foam shot WeaponR manifold (the hoses were replaced after this photo was taken) on 14s during wheel refurb(took me a few months to do them) filth wheel refurb, had a lot of filling and sanding some questionable wheels not crazy detailing stuff, but just enough to keep me busy and the paint protected Whiteline ARB and HKS shot buggered tyres after track day buggered brakes after track day en-route to Japfest with my old green car (RIP) at Japfest got the biggest roof rack I could find ready for travel fully loaded on standard springs - this is why I took the Teins off wheel bearing job sometimes gotta go genuine
  5. Had my red T sport about a month, was inspired to get one as a mate has one and found that it was actually cheaper to insure than my 1.25 fiesta, was definately a massive upgrade and i love it, not done much as of yet but got some parts on their way including a short shifter and coilovers, I’l update whenever i get new parts or make any changes, thanks for viewing
  6. My name is Lani from the Netherlands, don't think I need to introduce myself as most you know me off the FB pages. Can't find my old post so here I am with a fresh topic! Have the car for just over a year now bought it august 2016 100% bone stock fully dealer maintained with just 80k miles on the clock. I grew up with Asian cars and my mum has 1.3 frenchie for years so that's what got me into these. My goal is to make it into a Vitz RS rep as I'm a Jap nut, enough talking let's go straight to the project! Current modlist: Vitz badges JDM badges JDM armrest JDM ignition light JDM multicolour speedo bulbs Crystal Eye LED taillights Osram Nightbreakers bulbs HKS Hi Power Silent exhaust Mk2 spoiler Pioneer DEH-X5800BT HU + Connects2 stalk OMP front and rear braces The day I got it Back home I already had some mods waiting so once I finally got home after a 3,5h drive slapped the Crystal Eyes on that I had waiting and tinted the front fogs Fast forward a few days later, Installed the best mod yet a new Pioneer DEH-X5800BT unit and a Connects2 stalk-adapter, while at it I replaced the heatercontrol bulbs as they were a little dim. The Connects2 adapter was needed to remain the steeringhweelcontrol functionality and it works absolutely flawlessly. Didn't do much during the summer apart from some maintenance and fitting some Vitz badges. Had some overnight parts coming from Japan just before winter so I could fit them, the shipment included a brand new HKS Hi Power Silent exhaust and the pair of badges Thingy on top is to prevent motorway drone, oh and cheeky lil pic of me For those interested how it sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv3t4G2GEus Ordered some more mods during the cold months: OMP front and rear braces of a fellow member and a MK2 spoiler, took awhile for the spoiler to arrive and it had to painted. In the meantime I installed the braces. The front brace really improved the handling in corners, the rear is more there for show and doesn't do much fast forwarding a few months later I got a call from the painter saying that the spoiler was ready and oh boy does it look good While at it I replace the rear pads and sparkplugs as they needed chaning. At this point I really started focusing on sourcing rare JDM bits I've spend hours and hours on various forums, sites and blogs both English and Japanse.
  7. Thought I'd introduce myself, I'm Alex, and I've recently purchased a 2003 (53) Yaris T-Sport, after wanting one for a couple of years now. A decent mileage, 2 owner car popper up for sale a couple of miles away from me and I leaped for it. Having previously owned a Mk2 MX5, I was a little worried about the step down in power, but it isn't really massively noticeable and the Yaris certainly isn't much slower or less fun to drive at all, I'm sure a couple of handling mods and a nice exhaust will transform the car. First thing I did when I got it home, was a full detail inside and out to make it feel like my car, which also meant I could get to know it a little better. Overall, the condition was very good, especially for the age and there were only a couple of small parking dings, which I was rather happy with. I also got some Team Heko wind deflectors, which made a difference to wind noise and also look pretty cool if you ask me! I also changed the plates to import sized 13x7's, which I felt suited the car more than the long UK plates. I sourced a couple of parts already, a used Blitz Nur Spec (which I need because my back box and mid pipe are shot) and some Enkei Racing Peaks wheels (15x6.5j et32) which I'm currently refurbishing when I have the odd hour here and there, and should fill the arches nicely. With Christmas coming up and me being a student, I'll have to wait until January to get my exhaust fitted and new tyres for the Enkei's, but I suppose it gives me something to look forward to! Next year, I'd be looking at lowering the car, upgrading the bracing and a few interior mods, as well as a full service, which would be due around then.