Slowbrick THREAD UPDATE! Ok so looks like the photos have all disappeared so I figured this will be a good time to update the thread. Ill start off with an introduction to the car. We have had this 245 since about 2013. We picked it up for free from some lady in the Blue Mountains. Rachael, my partner, drove it for about two years in its stock form. Lots of things went wrong but it was an overall good experience. We used it as a daily driver and it was a huge help when we moved out to Griffith for one year. We also went on a fair few weekends away with it. A few pics of what the car looked like when we first got it and how it looks now: Anyways she decided that she would like to join the turbo bandwagon so we sought out an engine. Not wanting to lose the "gritty" nature of the B21 we opted for a B23ET. We both agreed that installing a B230 would steralize the car too much. Nathan had one sitting underneath a pine tree that he was keen to move on. So I picked it up and brought it home. From there we tore it down and started the rebuild. As you can see it was pretty rough. That being said it cleaned up pretty well and only needed a light hone to get the cylinders looking nice again. Then it was a matter of installing new bearings, rings and seals. After getting the engine mostly sorted it was then time to start working on the wiring harness. I have to say that this was easier than expected and was made much easier by having the stock wiring diagrams of both the Kjet and LH2.4 available. I didnt take a whole lot of photos in this stage. Basically I took this and put it into the car. At this point we were going quite well but then the V70 that we had at the time ate a gearbox. It then went from a nice slowish project to a race against time to get a car on the road. So then we manned the panic stations and turned the project up to 11. Then the engine came out and the new one went in. Things like the oil feed and drain were rushed and the wiring that wasnt done properly was stuffed behind the dash. That being said when we turned the key it fired up the first time! Thats a pretty basic introduction to Irvine the 245L+T.