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  1. Ok if you have all that its a good start. ..so long as it comes with the manifolds, turbo etc. Then you will need an intercooler and a bigger exhaust. At the end it will make the same Kw as the 350DE
  2. E Manage is a very second rate solution. I wasted many dollars on parts and tuners trying piggy back options. You should resign yourself to the fact that you will end up wanting a manual box and a Link computer. If you realise that's where you are going to end up the sensible thing would be to do the manual conversion first. The better solution would be to find a manual S2 instead but that's probably not going to happen as they are pretty rare.
  3. Looks good! Is the intercooler a return flow? Tao probably would have liked to see a big as FMIC but interested to see what you make. I like the 4 dr R34 shape.
  4. Post up the number of your original ecu - someone may be able to tell you if its an auto one. In any case I would use the one that works. You may be able to get it Nistuned later if you start modding.
  5. Try Nissan but you might be out of luck due to age...
  6. That's a pity. I was going to say if you are bored with it fit an RB32/26 and live!
  7. Hi there - post up some pics of your 32 to help decide!!
  8. You'll get a variety of opinions. Mine is that wouldn't be an upgrade!
  9. Wow that sounds so far out! Have you had the car running with this set up at all? Has this been done before?
  10. I have never driven a Nissan where you could not engage the ABS without excessive force on the pedal. When people say brakes are not good enough they usually mean that with many rapid applications they lose stopping power. If you have to stand on the brakes to pull the car up normally then there is a fault. Sounds like you were just unlucky with your replacement booster. Has this problem existed ever since you disabled ABS? Sure all the brake lines are connected properly? BTW almost any booster should do. e.g. https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/nissan/brakes/listing-2262431068.htm?rsqid=84e0244abd7f4ea2aea053cf26cb1d59-001
  11. To summarize: get a bigger hammer Soak in CRC Use a separator or bar if you can get purchase to apply effort that would pull the joint out and at the same time hit really hard the piece that it goes through Google how to separate ball joints for video instruction
  12. Repco, suspension shops or take the car to e.g. Joes Mechanical services.
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