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  1. 2 factors at play here. Firstly the hose looks like it’s too big for the barb on the regulator. Secondly those are junk hose clamps and it is too big for that size hose. Get a smaller clamp. Cut the swollen end of the hose off and start fresh if there is enough slack in the hose.
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  2. Haltech flex fuel sensor is here... along with a Walbro 460 Also after speaking with my tuner I decided to get the PRP R35 coilpack kit... Hitachi coilpacks along with the PRP bracket, loom and their custom-made short stalks so I can tuck it away under the valley cover if I ever decide to do so...
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  3. Hi mate I have put a vq35de into a r33 drift car. The wiring is straight forward, I can send you thru the engine harness diagrams for both - it does require some work, took me a weekend but only spent about 6-8 hours total on it going slowly. You will need to notch the chassis rails, since the r33 was a stat write off, we cut out about 20mm and boxed it back in. On a street car it would be more suitable to make some new headers for clearance. I believe r34 shared the same chassis rail width as a R33. You will also need to bash the firewall in for clearance of the gearbox, and cut a new hole in the trans tunnel for the shifter (I believe serial nine may have a shifter that puts it in the right spot now though). Other than routing new ac lines, power steering lines, fuel lines, charcoal canister, brake booster lines etc its a fairly straight forward. Definitely wasn't worth the effort in my opinion, go an LS.
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  4. Cool discussion guys. Here's my take on things. The V-Spec models were 'order only', you went to the dealer and ordered your car. It has become obvious to me that within that process there was a degree of flexibility with regard to options that you could specify. Airbag, paint colour and soundsystem are the obvious items (and my '93 dealer brochure confirms that), however it seems that body options were also a choice, and I think that it is entirely reasonable to think that that would be the case - if you're ordering a car from the production line then it's reasonable to think that you could select body part options. I know that a friend's V-Spec here in Adelaide has a factory fitted hood lip and bar with no additional vents whereas mine has the N1 bar with additional vents and no hood lip. Mine has no Nismo boot spoiler but I saw a V-Spec yesterday with a factory fitted Nismo spoiler. I reckon that the customer just ordered their car to their spec and it had the different body parts added as it rolled down the line. The most extreme example of this would be going for the N1 specification (which seems to be an informal thing insofar as there is no known brochure specific to the N1) and then adding aircon and body options back in. My take on it, in the absence of any hard evidence, is that the N1 spec was the following: - N1 engine (it makes no sense that a car would be given the model designation 'N1' and NOT have an N1 spec engine with N1 block, N1 oil and water pumps, steel blade turbos etc) - Deleted stereo - Deleted ABS - Deleted rear washer - One layer white paint - N1 front bar - N1 hood lip With regard to the body accessories ('body kit' items), some of them have both N1 and Nismo designations. In the absence of an N1 brochure or any other dealer documentation, I believe that there are clues to be found in the part numbers. This is what I get when I find them them individually in FAST (I've copied images from www.epcdata.ru via Amayama because they look nicer): Front Bar: The vent items 62034 and 62035 appear on the FAST microfiche as 'N1', however the part numbers for these are: 6225605U08 'finisher, front fascia RH' for N1 (after August 1991) 6225606U00 'finisher, front fascia RH' for Nismo (before August 1991) 6225705U08 'finisher, front fascia LH' for N1. 6225705U00 'finisher, front fascia LH' for Nismo. It would seems that the part designation within Nissan changed from Nismo to N1, presumably when the first N1's were produced in 1991. Hood Lip: The hood lip item 65822 appears on the FAST microfiche without an N1 or Nismo designation, however the part numbers for this item are: 6582005U28 'Molding, front hood' for N1 6582006U25 'Molding, front hood' for Nismo Again, it would seems that the designation within Nissan changed from Nismo to N1, presumably when the first N1's were produced in 1991. Side Skirts: The rear sections of the side skirts appear on the FAST microfiche as 'Nismo' (see 76861UA and 76861 VA respectively below). It should be noted that the front and middle parts of the left and right side skirts are the same part for all cars. There is only a Nismo part number for these items: G685706U10 'mudguard, centre rear RL' for Nismo G685606U10 'mudguard, centre rear RH' for Nismo Rear Spoiler: The hood lip item 96030P appears on the FAST microfiche with a Nismo designation. There is only a Nismo part number for this item: K603206U00 'spoiler assembly, rear' for Nismo only. There is no N1 equivalent part number. SO - it would seem that the only N1 parts are the hood lips and front bar with additional vents, and they should appear on all N1's... HOWEVER, the Nismo spoiler and Nismo side skirts may appear on some N1 cars. I think that the simple explanation for that is that some buyers specified that when they ordered their cars, just as much as some specified an air conditioner. Also, some cars may have had those Nissan parts added later - which is perfectly fine in my mind. All of the above body optioning will also apply to the 'standard' V-Spec and V-Spec II cars, which form part of the subject of this thread. Edit: See http://www.downloads...2GTR Vspec2.pdf for the 1994 GT-R brochure and note that page 27 shows the boot spoiler as an option. This is the brochure for the standard GT-R, V-Spec and V-Spec II, all of which were available that year. Somewhere in the Japanese text it may say that other body options are available too?
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