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  1. You have doubtless been asked this any number of times but why an RB and not an LS?
  2. Understand that the fuel pump will probably sh!t itself at some point in the future. They don’t enjoy pumping water.
  3. Car should have had a clear coat when it was built. Would expect that it has been rubbed off. Look, have a crack it may not work but, really, its not like you are going to make it any worse.
  4. Yeah track rotors die by cracking. Road rotors either warp or run out of thickness. Cant see the sense in paying twice as much for a rotor just becasue it has slots in it.
  5. Then dont waste money on slotted rotors as they only make a difference on the track and even then not much. They do, on the other hand, do as below. Just go buy some RDA rotors. Cheap and they work just fine. Worry more about the pad than the rotor.
  6. Well I reckon he has too but the three or four things I would start with are: Check power supply to control unit and any other oddball modified shit someone may have done be it there or elswehere. Change out control unit with a known good one. Check blend door. Check mode door. Ofcourse that is assuming the Humphrey B Bear has refrigerant in it and the compressor etc goes round.
  7. Search mode door actuator. Also blend door. Mostly blend door.
  8. Nah dont do that. Best idea is to get a level 2S cams license (Get your young un to do so too) and as they say in the classics take it to the track. You will learn heaps, meet good (motorsport) people and have a huge amount of fun. There may even be a Skyline club in NSW....
  9. If you are doing valve springs etc you may want to have a think about clearancing the head for a larger lift valve. Removes the restrictions of Poncams and will give you more choices. For lift, notsomuch for duration.
  10. If you want part numbers of the diagrams as above they arent on youtube. Go to nengun. Go the the genuine oem parts button and follow your nose. The images are higher resolution than Amayama so are easier to read.
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