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About K_arlstrom

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  1. Probably a full tube of some sticky stuff on mine, had to use a sledgehammer to force a knife trough it Everything but the paint survived! (going for a full respray anyways)
  2. I'm going for another solution, electrohydraulic power steering pump from a mr2! More info on this site https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.diyelectriccar.com/forums/showthread.php/power-steering-using-toyota-mr2-ehps-19505.html%3famp=1 Not because I've had issues, but my rebuild/refresh turned into a restomod and this also gives me more space under the bonnet. Hope someone got experience with the bracket
  3. Sorry for not giving a status update here. The group-buy died from lack of interest, after 2 months I had a total of 3 people interested in buying. When I informed my contact at wavetrac about it, he replied "Not a problem. I’ve also put the word out a bit to see if I can get some interested as well. I’ll keep you updated." Wavetrac were going to handle shipping and payment trough their retail network, so being located in Hong Kong wouldn't have been much of an issue!
  4. I got R8 coils (ngk u5014) in mine, because its much easier for me to get a spare up here in northern Sweden. Not to mention similar dwell and such compared to oem coils! They aint too bad, but r35 are better. https://youtu.be/4d3nrBZjYKA
  5. Hard lesson to learn! Label everything, and make sure to use a permanent marker (failed at this on an older, simpler, car). Have removed everything from my 32, will see if I got enough notes in a couple of months or need to look at pictures of how its supposed to be done
  6. Got an older 41402 in mine, it's LOUD (part of that might be my close to solid mount) but does what it's supposed to! Nothing bad to say about the brand, but I would look at a mechanical pump for this/higher flow the next time.
  7. Ended up finding two spots to make tiny holes, where it won't hit the head on the other side even if it sticks out some tenths! Mission accomplished, saving the last porting to some other evening...
  8. Well.. The manifold to stud fitment leaves a lot to wish for... Hence the extra alignment idea. Guess this is a fail on the sanity check! xD I take it as noone butchered a rb head and know where there is extra material?
  9. Ok, just a safety-check before I wreck something... Please draw on the attached image where you mean to avoid misstakes. I'm about to fit alignment pins (2mm) to align my knock-off manifolds with the head and the gaskets, 2 per manifold will do the job. Will need to drill approximately 5mm in to the head, where will it be thick enough so I don't hit an oil or water alley?
  10. Just a note on that, my 100 cell cat is working, and my car passed emissions with it (to the standards set by Nissan, that can be seen in the engine bay). I believe that there are bogus catalytic converters, and those that are truly working...
  11. Since my google-skills ain't good enough to find anything about this on the internet, I'm throwing the question at you. 78112-05U30 is the part number FAST gets me for a new rear fender, when I looked up the cost I noticed a special Nismo rear quarter/fender (78112-06U30). Anybody know anything about this? How is it different from the regular one?
  12. Thats what we get for just reading and not typing anything 8374 might still be the better "scary fast street RB"-turbo
  13. Full-race got the 8474 compressor map on their site now https://www.full-race.com/store/borg-warner-efr/turbos-efr-series/borgwarner-efr-8474-turbo-12747100019/
  14. I agree with the calculations above, and stock fuelrail (rb26) is even larger. 17 or 18mm if I remember correctly.
  15. Both sides of the banjo pipe are M12x1.0 on the BNR32 rack
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