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hardsteppa last won the day on November 11 2020

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    oiling doorknobs, endangering species, bumbaaclaart riddims.....petty shit.

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  1. i had a Wilwood Superlite/Dynalite kit on my old car - it was 'ok' and no real issues with it, but allegedly some tests show the calipers to flex alot. Compared to the JustJap ATTKD brake kit, i'd choose the ATTKD any day; looks to be better design and more robust. ATTKD kit was approved by the engineer, no questions - as was the Wilwood kit, to be fair.
  2. And get them to weld a flex section into the midpipe rather than dildoing about trying but fking up getting the 'ultimate' angle. Knob 2 birds with 1 dinger having a bit of movement for fitting, and engine movement.
  3. It is odd. Balancer should be snug, never had it go on/off just by hand.
  4. You'll want still streetish yes? Would go the blitz, i have found the ride to be better, different valving allegedly, although not pulled them apart to see.
  5. Or something like this https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Fifth-gen-Defi-Advance-Zd-Control-Unit-Pkg-W-Cu-Oil-Press-Oil-Water-Temp-Sensor/183383574277?epid=18026937230&hash=item2ab2834705:g:oDAAAOSwikdes7VV Mine has worked flawlessly for years apart from the oil and fuel pressure sensors. Changed them to genuine defi, and reads the same.
  6. Nismo mounts are not stiff by any means. Definitely get one of those braces.
  7. No i only have opinions on it. Allegedly lot of issues using steel 1 piece; the aluminium shaft can be better for a few reasons.
  8. Try Alpha Omega, and use one of their 1piece aluminium shafts.
  9. I dunno dudes...bit of work to do it with engine in, but still alot less work/time than pulling the engine. Would do it again engine in if all i was doing was the sump, oil pump etc.
  10. really, did you do a post-mortem to see what happened to it? Too many powerz, or you think the newer boxes are cheaper/weaker built?
  11. it's a service button. Automatically drops the engine and gearbox out when doing a major service; the icon is a warning to stand clear. Wouldn't press it if i was you.
  12. Few more things for sale>> Bosch Z32 afm - bought from EFI Hardware 2 years ago, genuine Bosch. In VGC, have just changed to an R35 afm setup. Comes with Apexi pod filter (genuine, bought from RHD Japan). In VGC, $150, msg to discuss postage cost. GK Tech hicas lock bar - this sort here https://au.gktech.com/s14-s15-r33-r34-hicas-lock-bar comes with tie rods in good cond, no freeplay, and replaced rubber boots. Painted in pretty Cusco blue. $60, msg to discuss postage cost. Superpro lower control arm inner bushes - these here https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SuperPro-Rear-Control-Arm-Lower-Inner-Bush-Kit-Fits-Nissan-SPF2933K/162434413605?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 me drunk-buying and not paying attention, I got lower instead of upper. Brand new in packaging, $70 posted in Aus. Will put pics up of alleged items shortly. Still have other bits - 6x R33 gtst stock injectors $30. 2x R33 stock knock sensor, $30 each. R33 lower control arms with superpro bushes, traction and camber arms with whiteline bushes, caster rods with superpro bushes, ask for pricing. GK Tech wheel studs both brand new and used.
  13. got to say, they are a fairly noisy box IMO . Still hear alot of operating noise from mine even after the full rebuild, but have come to love it 😛
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