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    • By timmy_89
      Brand new never used
      Purchased for my track car and never ended up fitting them

      Also suits Nissan Silvia S14 / S15

      RRP $745
      Take these ones for $600
      Pickup in Bathurst NSW or willing to include postage in Australia for the asking price

      Link below to Hardrace website

      https://www.hardracesuspension.com.au/front-adjustable-lower-control-arm-for-nissan-skyline-r33-34.html

    • By DTT_Eruc
      Good day buddies.... So i have recently installed some Tomei Poncams(Intake 260 9.15 and Exhaust 262 9.15 lift) for my engine (RB25DET NEO).... After they were installed i never checked the shim clearance(p.s shims are above bucket type), due to it being drop in cams and my buddy who installed them never had to re-shim. Unfortunately after i started the car i heard a ticking noise from the back of the head and then investigated the reason of the noise. For a second i taught it was the body oil used(20w50) and i live in the caribbean. So i change the oil to 10w50 and the noise reduce a bit but was still there... When i pop the cam cover and check the clearances this was the results. 
      *Exhaust * Numbers are in "thou" reading
      1.0.019
      2.0.019
      3.0.019
      4.0.019
      5.0.020
      6.0.020
      7.0.020
      8.0.020
      9.0.020
      10.0.20
      11.0.20 + 0.011
      12.0.018 tight or 0.017
      AS Tomei recommend there clearances to be .018 thou mine reads close to Nissan specs and never did any head work....  but for when i checked the clearance on valve #11 and #12 i notice that was the problem.... What can cause that such big clearance #11 and tight clearance on #12 ....Btw this is a stock head and never done any head work as my goal was to just see how long the engine can last....  
    • By DTT_Eruc
      Good day buddies.... So i have recently installed some Tomei Poncams(Intake 260 9.15 and Exhaust 262 9.15 lift) for my engine (RB25DET NEO).... After they were installed i never checked the shim clearance(p.s shims are above bucket type), due to it being drop in cams and my buddy who installed them never had to re-shim. Unfortunately after i started the car i heard a ticking noise from the back of the head and then investigated the reason of the noise. For a second i taught it was the body oil used(20w50) and i live in the caribbean. So i change the oil to 10w50 and the noise reduce a bit but was still there... When i pop the cam cover and check the clearances this was the results. 
      *Exhaust * Numbers are in "thou" reading
      1.0.019
      2.0.019
      3.0.019
      4.0.019
      5.0.020
      6.0.020
      7.0.020
      8.0.020
      9.0.020
      10.0.20
      11.0.20 + 0.011
      12.0.018 tight or 0.017
      AS Tomei recommend there clearances to be .018 thou mine reads close to Nissan specs and never did any head work....  but for when i checked the clearance on valve #11 and #12 i notice that was the problem.... What can cause that such big clearance #11 and tight clearance on #12 ....Btw this is a stock head and never done any head work as my goal was to just see how long the engine can last....  
    • By Milkmun
      Hey guys,
      My car died in the city yesterday at Flinders st. Tried to jump it, nothing. Fuel pump was priming, so I thought may be the AFM, unplugged it and it started.
      Limped it home and starting tearing it apart, tried a working AFM - nothing, front bumper off and checked all intercooler pipes - nothing, fuel rail hose off and turned car into on position - plenty of fuel comes out, pulled plugs - fouled and wet.
      Have changed plugs and still nothing, read the fault code and it comes up as 12 for AFM. 
      Can I assume that it’s getting fuel since plugs were wet to rule out injectors and pump? 
       Anything else I should try? 
      Thanks.