DEAD is short for Dreadnought Engineering And Design (my home workshop/business). Really keen to learn new stuff everyday. Have had a crazy passion for cars/motors for over 40 yrs and have been lucky to have owned and built some fun cars. Have done the carburetor and distributor thing...want to do ECU and FI now. I can make everything else strong enough... I alway loved the Soarer (when it first appeared) yes I am that old. It was a slick car that really went well and was also reliable! My other love has always been early Ford coupes. My current project car is a 1938 Standard ford coupe. I have a low mileage 1991 Soarer UZZ30 I bought many years ago as a donor car. I also have just bought another 1UZFE engine and trans (1991) for spares/mockup etc. Progress has been slow but steady over many years as I work on the sheet metal and by parts as the funds allow. Recently the project has fought its way to the top of the pile and progress is a lot better. Basic idea for stage one of the mechanical build is as follows: 1UZFE (1991) M122 Eaton (Cadillac with intercooler and electric throttle body). factory high boost! Bosch intercooler pump front mount radiator yet to be sized. Tremec TKO 600 (not sure on clutch yet) hydraulic throw out bearing. Separate LS truck coils triggered with a Link ECU Currie 9inch diff 4.11 gears with trutrac and 31 spline axles. Supra TT front discs/calipers (sumotomo) Running 17 x 8 rear rims and 17 x 7 fronts Plan to start pretty mild but am building everything strong to take more boost at a later date if needed!! Biggest challenge will be rear tire width...might have some traction problems! Keen to learn from you guys. Mike.