Remember the hurrier you go the more it co$ts. Don't do the trans tunnel till you have the running gear to fit.
I second that. Toyota diffs (at least for T and F series) all have offset input shafts. Also, the F series diffs (2nd gen supra and 1985 celica GTS) are available in LSD, which you definitely want. F series' cases are taller and have a slightly larger than T.
I know these because I accounted for neither
I am told the ae86 also uses a T series LSD inside the solid axle. Supposedly you can swap those bits into the T diff case. Goodluck finding those bits to put in. F series are stronger anyways.
This is all assuming you're going IRS.
Any news on the 84' GT-S? Where are you going to college?
So there is no chance of an LSD in the '84? And I'm supposed to go pick it up on Saturday.
I'm going to college at Folsom Lake College, and planning to transfer to Sacramento State University. I started this year looking at business as a major, but after going through the first class I find it to be so boring that I'm changing majors to mechanical engineering. Although I would still like to have my own business someday.
I look forward to your tips. I'm glad there is someone here who has already gone through this with a Celica. An '84 GT-S no less.