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  1. I've had MCAs reds on my last car and MCA blues on the Skyline... I wouldn't ever rate them as harsh, they can be quite comfortable if you keep them on a soft setting. Talk directly to MCA and they will recommend the best set. Lots of places in Sydney are resellers.
  2. That was 100% correct, my adaptronic I had was the older model before they had can capabilities. I mean I love the Haltech just for the IC7
  3. So got the new wideband, turned on the "auto tune" on the ecu and it was all looking good. However, I did strip a knock sensor and then started looking through the ecu. Watched a few hp academy videos and realised my ecu had a few glaring issues (such as the flex fuel sensor being disabled) Anyway I lost a bit of faith in the tune after that as there were a lot of little issues (which may have been fine, but I didn't feel comfortable anymore). Went to a new workshop, Glen at ESP was amazing, really nice bloke and I feel actually cared about getting the right result. He did swap my knock sensors to the Bosch donut type sensors, I know it's not 100% needed, but it's cheap and adds a level of insurance. Also got a clutch switch put in for flat foot, rev match, launch control etc. Car is running well and without ANY engine mods at all the car has gone from making 305kw atw at 25-20psi to now making 330kw are at 18psi... It's night and day different! Very very happy!
  4. needs phatter rims and stretched tyres Maybe some battery operated neon lights Thats awesome, i love it
  5. Not cheap at all! but hopefully the part numbers help
  6. Buy Genuine Nissan 1405321U00 (14053-21U00) Pipe Assembly, Heater Feed. Prices, fast shipping, photos, weight - Amayama Buy Genuine Nissan 1405321U10 (14053-21U10) Pipe Assembly, Heater Return Front. Prices, fast shipping, photos, weight - Amayama
  7. I think you may be able to buy online. Part numbers (I think) are: 1405321U10 1405321U00
  8. Aww thanks man! wish i was your way now!
  9. That's interesting... although meant nothing as the flex fuel sensor in my car was disabled... I did ask them a few times why my dash would always say 85% ethanol even when i had 98 in it.... and enquired why my AFR was 8:1 when on 98... was told not to worry and its all fine... seemed very odd to me though
  10. What was interesting is the car was setup to run the same timing for e85 and 98
  11. I think if it was thing that was a bit... o that seems odd, i would be ok, but it was so many things.... just lost faith... Thanks for this nothing was in place.. which i totally understand as from what i read they can be very finicky to setup
  12. So I had a look in the ECU, there was no knock protection in place. I also watched a lot of youtube to get a base understanding of how the Haltech worked. Started to get concerned with how my car was setup and there was minimal engine protection. Then I also realised some basic things were not setup correct, such as the flex fuel sensor not being enabled when i supposedly got a flex tune done.... Also the IAT sensor was put wired into the SPI input and not the AVI, they then did an odd calibration based on this which made it look sort of correct on the dash, but was actually way off.. VCT was not being used.... Self Learning Fuel Trims were setup to only activate if the coolant temp was above 90c..... God knows what else was wrong as i obviously have a very limited knowledge of the ECU.... literally based on a few HP Academy videos... I mean if I could find these issues after what could be considered 2 hours of youtube... how on earth can a "professional" who works at a well known shop here get it so wrong? To say I'm p!ssed is an understatement.... Anyway its at a more reputable place now getting rectified... Turns out this new place has seen a lot of issues from the old place... so its fairly common from them, unfortunately....
  13. Really felt passionate about this too. Created an account to revive an old thread to tell us to delete it...
  14. If it was me, i would just clean the rust off, treat it and then spray with fresh paint... its only surface rust, if you treat it now it should avoid any larger issues. Although usually when you see surface rust on the towers, check under the car as it may be rusting from the bottom and only just showing on the strut tops.
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