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About Sack87

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    Rank: RB20DET
  • Birthday 01/29/1987

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    Perth, Australia
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    Fab work, MTB, Motorsport

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    M35 Stagea AR-X
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  1. wa 

    Prices reduced. Want them out of the garage 20mm $75 posted 25mm $100 posted
  2. 30mm one is sold.
  3. Nuline EP159 Idler/Tensioner Pulley (this is for the alternator/PS and is wider than stock) Gates 4PK950 V-Belt (this is 5mm too small so is a bit tight to get on) Gates 6PK1170 V-Belt
  4. It ticked over 200k last week so bought a whole bunch of items to give it a freshen up.
  5. NM35 Stagea rear subframe brace I have two of these available, one is 27mm diameter and one is 30mm diameter. These will reduce some of the flex associated with the poorly welded rear mounts of the subframe. No drilling or hardware required as they bolt straight on top the factory washers. $150 posted Australia wide or $125 for local pickup. Contact Brendon on 0402 seven zero two 102
  6. Yeah they're the ones
  7. wa 

    R34 GTR BOV Don't require this anymore. Works perfectly and holds boost fine, I just used a piece of radiator hose that reduced down to the factory size diameter. $50 posted anywhere in Aus. Pm or message Brendon on 0402 seven zero two 102.
  8. Replaced the headlight globes last weekend with some LED Nighteye ones off eBay. Fixed the dodgy wiring job obviously done by the compliance shop and also fixed the issue with the passenger side globe constantly dropping out. The H1 globes earth through the clip into the light body but the clip had been bent and contact was poor. The LED globes have earth through the harness, so crimped on some plugs and walla! They just fit in behind the cover luckily and beam spread is awesome. High beams are like having spotlights fitted.
  9. M35 BOV return hose HI all, I'm chasing this hose as according to Amayama it's "out of production and no longer available". I had this in an order from Nissan Japan so just be aware that if yours is hard, be careful not to split it.
  10. OEM are like $850. I got my NGK ones from Veales for $600. Spark plugs you can get from Super cheap for $120
  11. Twins Basil, twins
  12. Your coilpacks are buggered. I've had the same issue
  13. Productive day trying out my my new pipe bender. Made up a rear subframe brace to help reduce some flex because the factory welds back there horrid. I plan on making a few more of these up, so watch this space if you're interested in one
  14. Brendons M35 build Thought I'd create a mini build thread on my progress with my first foray into Nissan wagon life and also a place to ask questions/path to follow. I bought the car with f**ked coil packs so I picked it up cheap off some Indian guy. Put a new set of coil packs in and all was sweet for the next 6 months . . . I noticed an oil leak from the passenger side that was slowly getting worse and traced it back to the oil feed line. Ah well no biggy, just an easy fix or so I thought! Having not worked on a VQ before, it wasn't until later on I discovered you can't get the line off without pulling the whole turbo Since the car wasn't far off 200k and the turbo had begun the Dyson whine song, I frantically searched for a new turbo. Scotty to the rescue with a Billet Intense he had spare that got to me in 4 days. In the mean time while the car was off the road I set about fabbing up a 3" bellmouth dump pipe. Then followed it up with a 3"-2.5" intake pipe. (Still need to weld on BOV return bung) And this weekend just gone I fabbed up a 3" catless exhaust system to finish it all off. I picked up 7psi of boost without touching a thing, so it's stuck on 21psi with standard injectors and pump. I've hit up Christian to see if it's possible to run the car safely at this level on 98 with his flash tune, otherwise I will probably put a hi-flow cat in to drop the boost a little. I've got a few other things in the works but all in due time!
  15. Same bolts used on Nissan Maxima so 83-93NM/61-69LBFT as per service manual.