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  1. is the tension bolt snagging on anything? Also if the belt keeps hopping off there are a few things that "may" be causing it: over tensioning of belt balancer is stuffed motor is stuffed, sending heaps of vibration to the crank and balancer and shaking shit off
  2. Let's see if this forum likes IG reels and embeds it. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CU_jcy8p8pk
  3. well, keeps it "period correct" which does have its appeal - however yours is a sexed up track car, so there's nothing period correct about it.
  4. Car starts, runs and also runs ok N/A with the old timing map & fuel map Moved it up the tow truck and also moved it back into the garage when I got back home... starting to feel a bit like Christmas.
  5. Your tuner will be the best person to determine what boost target is safe for 98RON. He or she would need to attached good knock detection equipment and load hold the motor and listen for knock and determine what timing and boost is good for street use on 98RON. Also, on 98 - I personally prefer to run a bit more boost and lazy timing then throw heaps of fuel in to keep it cool and happy (although this is not an efficient way to extract power). Of course, a full flex tune would be the minimum requirement here. Disclaimer: DYOR, this is not tuning advice
  6. I used to run the recommended dwell too, then Alex from Birrong had a look at my tune when I was using his dyno and recommended I dropped the dwell. This may have also fixed the misfiring issue as well, however can't fully attribute to this because at the same time swapped out the iridium plugs to coppers at the same time.
  7. PRP dwell times are way too high. At 14v I only have 3ms
  8. And that's how the taxi industry was formed lol.. spray LPG before the throttle and pray it runs 😂
  9. This is the reality, everyone says they're unreliable but at the track it's always the Nissans being spannered on and the BMWs are just carving up laps.
  10. Need to get rid of the shit box R33 first, missus won't be too impressed if I bring home another car lol
  11. This is why a M2, M3, M4, M5 or even M240, M340 makes sense. Works, fast, reliable (compared to our modded Nissans), won't get defected, great economy, comfy.
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