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  1. 1. That 1st picture i posted found yeah its not a nipple my mistake but the recent 2 pictures ive attached shows that the boost sensor hose going to the fitting its not a line running underneath its 100% has had a fitting tapped into the pipe. The 1st picture of the 2 recent ones show what i said it is. The fitting is in the dead bang centre of the pipe 2. Im sorry im probably missing the plot but how does changing the jpipe to another factory oem one and putting and oem bov and using the original factory lines affect those things, like the jpipe looks identical except for that fitting thats been tapped in From my understanding isnt the TCS the part circled in red which im not touching anyways, and that is staying on the throttle body and the blue circle is the j pipe the part i am replacing
  2. Sorry my pic is bit shit the engine is still hot, my little nipple has definitely been tapped in to the j pipe then, it does not look factory at all and I dont have the charcoal canister line going back into the intake manifold in my setup the last guy has done some weird shit
  3. Sorry my pic is bit shit the engine is still hot, my little nipple has definitely been tapped in to the j pipe then, it does not look factory at all and I dont have the charcoal canister line going back into the intake manifold in my setup the last guy has done some weird shit Sorry you also talk about traction control etc, how is that affected with only that j pipe, im literally only changing that pipe, all those parts arent connected to them are they
  4. Sorry i dont have the pipes on me currently as I'm at work but I've attached pictures I have found from each j pipe
  5. Hi there so my R34 currently has an atmos blow off valve, the last owner had sorta cut the flange off and welded a ring for his new one making it an effort to fix up and the plumb back hose was taken out completely and blocked. I'm wanting to take it back to a factory plumb back style. I had bought a R33 one thinking they were the same as an R34 as it was labeled as RB25 at the wreckers, but after getting home and putting them side to side I notice the neo one has a little pipe nipple for the boost sensor near the end and the R33 J pipe doesnt have any at all So I bought a j pipe, BOV and the r33 plumb back hose And looking at nissan parts drawing I see that a neo doesnt have a nipple on the plumb back hose (looks like it to me) where as the r33 does I was wondering if there was a way to fix this issue. My idea is bit weird as I was thinking of taking the line from the boost sensor to the r33 plumb back hose fitting with the nipple that's doing nothing atm. But was wondering if that will affect the reading as it so close to the start of air intake where as usually you would have it right at the end. I know getting an r34 one would be ideal but there isnt any in my area atm been looking for weeks, the bov that I'm running currently does seem to make car run pretty lean as the engine is mainly stock and dont see anything else causing an issue with fuel consumption. Will be adding picture soon hopefully tonight or early morning
  6. Hey yeah i did find that Russian post, but yeah seems like their impossible to find, i wont give up just yet Thanks for the help
  7. This may help thats the number on the filter tray
  8. These are the old filter that were in there
  9. So these are the element things im not sure what they are
  10. Yeah it weird theres like an element that takes up most of the space if it wasnt for that a normal one would fit
  11. Again part number AY684-NS002 wont fit it too thick the video above shows what i mean
  12. Hi there i pulled apart my cabin air filter to replace i cant seem to find one small enough one to fit. The old one that was in there already was one that the old owner has cut but wasn't a proper filter and has half fallen apart so cleaning it will be pointless The part number AY684-NS002 cabin filter that mention in all the thread is way to thick to fit in mine the measurement of the old filter was 245mm x 95mm x 10mm thick I cant find anything that is thin enough to fit (10mm /1cm thick) The video i posted below is similar to what I'm encountering that a person posted and for the life of me cant find anything suitable to fit Skip to the 1 min 30 sec mark to see the filter tray assembly and you will see the issue
  13. So I bought and R34 GT-T recently and at the time I didn't notice but today I found a hose on my intake manifold with a screw in it to block it off. I was wondering what this hose goes to and why the last guy put a screw in it Theres a blow off valve which uses one of the line to the manifold
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