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  1. Thank you for the detailed response piggaz! Glad it’ll be able to work since it’s a great deal I found on those. Not needing a rebuild at the moment but can’t let these slip noe knowing they’ll be good for my application. and for the rb26 crank and pistons , I have given the idea a go but since I’m in the states it’s a little more difficult to source one. But ill see as time goes. Thank you!
  2. ok ok, think I get you. So considering the rods for all those different stroke lengths are the same Length then I assume they would just work with my choice of forged rb25 pistons ?
  3. on the rods the pin bore is 21.0 so need some pistons to align up with that specifically, yes?
  4. Thank you for clarifying that for me BK, now I done a bit of research on the rods and seems they come from the Hks 2.8 step zero kit. So pretty stout rods. Now another question, maybe an arrogant one but would I be able to use these rods paired with other pistons other than the Hks ones ?
  5. Thank you for clarifying this guys. Glad to know all rb25, 26 and 28 rods are the same Length. so excited to purchase these and begin this journey 🙂
  6. Hello fellow rb owners, i found a good deal on some Hks rb28 rods , and I was wondering if they would fit inside a rb25? Going for a budget build and this is a good beginning on the internals if prove to fit. thank you.
  7. Looking for a gt3037 pro s or gt2835 pro s. If anyone has one let me know ! Living in the United States so we can work something out! thank you
  8. Wow you guys really went into depth ! Was out for a few days lol. From what I newly learned and understood is a “head drain” is essentially to relief pressure from the crankcase gases going up thru all the engines holes and making it easier for oil to drain back , correct ? Now I do have one fitting on the extended sump already. Is it necessary to make another one? One line tee’ d off to the sump and to the intake. Them the other like to the covers ? Would this way work ? still need to buy some other bits like the crank collar and the correct size oil restrictors. I’m in the states so it’s a little more difficult to source rb parts out but I think as we got more rb cars imported people are really getting more into them. Anyways my solid goal is to make my car as reliable as I can to have as much seat time as I can. Now need to buy some more maintenance bits and turbo and manifold and we’re off to go. Thank you everyone for the input ! P.s I’ll give these sard injectors a chance this season and see how they act up. But will be getting some modern ones later on. Just on a budget lol.
  9. still have engine out and haven’t even begun to take it apart yet. Since it already has one fitting on the sump is it necessary to make another one ? Your saying to not bother with a head drain , is it not as efficient as everyone claims ? Or does it drain back better when fitted to the oil catch Can? Forgot to mention my ecu , I have a haltech pro plug in. So in that department im set
  10. Hello , so I have some scrambled thoughts on my planned setup for my rb25 build. Plan on using it for street/track mainly consisting of drifting. Plan on achieving 350whp. refreshing the engine up as we speak. I have bought almost all the oil control issue mods ; bigger capacity sump from Lewis engines, n1 oil pump with billet spool gears to go along with it, head drain , oil restrictors, and nitto crank collar. Sound good ? plus all the other maintenance bits. performance side I’ll be getting a sinco exhaust manifold , unsure of turbo yet. Sard top feed 850cc injectors , walbro fuel pump, Hks fuel rail. Since I’m not chasing for huge power and just wanting to keep my rb as reliable as I can I thought addressing all the oil problems with as much as I could. What else should I look at for ?
  11. Hey thank you Cal! I got some fittings similar to yours just have to wait for them to arrive 🙂 but thank you for this made it so easy! Now as for the intake pipes think I could get some metal ones like that to fit on my stock turbo?
  12. Thank you guys for telling me exactly what they’re meant for. And gtsboy I will be doing just that, but with the fittings I’ll be buying only have one outlet opposed to the oem one with 2. Unless I can connect it somehow the bottom of the intake. I’ll see how I’ll reroute once I read and learn. Thank you guys much appreciated
  13. Hello guys, so I’m looking into cleaning my engine bay and adding some goodies while I’m at it. I want to add a nice catch can setup with some braided lines running to it, so I’ll be adding some nice valve cover fittings. Issue is what is the pipe that is connected to top of the oem fittings do and how can I delete it? I know it connects to the turbo so I’m guessing it does something with oil? Hey guys hopefully you can understand what I mean, I also left a picture highlighting the pipes I meant. Thank you
  14. Makes sense , if I don’t unplug it it’ll just keep cracking but won’t turn on. As soon as I disconnect the tps boom fires right up. So I really do hope something is wrong in the tune. Previous owner did mention it needed one, never could’ve guessed that it could help in that regard as well.
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