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  • Birthday 07/19/1982

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  1. FS: Brand new (never used) RB26 custom made exhaust manifold, made by Sinco in NZ Is a divided T4 flange with extra clearance allowed for larger compressor cover (I was wanting to use it with a EFR 8374) Has 2 x 44mm external wastegate provisions $1,100; located in Mount Claremont.
  2. FS: Brand new (never used) RB26 custom made exhaust manifold, made by Sinco in NZ Is a divided T4 flange with extra clearance allowed for larger compressor cover (I was wanting to use it with a EFR 8374) Has 2 x 44mm external wastegate provisions $1,100; located in Perth, WA. Happy to ship at buyer’s expense.
  3. Great work in organising an event! I'm very keen to join (depending on date) , not needing anything done on mine but more than happy to help on others (no idea re sequential tho) Will forward on the details to a couple of skyline guys who aren't on here much anymore
  4. Osborne Park are a pretty reasonable bunch of guys With regards to the plates, I'm very sure that is a load of ass. My dad, who drives old English cars, had a plate made up because the rear plate was scratching his paint. Even though the ones he had made up were more reflective and obvious, the Snr Constable told him that he had to fit his actual plates (so that they knew he had possession of his issued plates etc), even though they had to bend to go on. They didn't fine him, and the policeman actually went away to research it, before calling him back. I'd say you got a policeman in a bad mood on the day - they issue the plates and they know the car it's going onto. They are the state issued plates, and are visible/well displayed. At the end of the day though, if they're going to ping you, they'll ping you. If he was a traffic cop, he probably had his quota needing filling (traffic cops do have quotas).
  5. Hey Brandon, this sold a long time ago; sorry mate
  6. Sorry missed the other one Kiwi, the fuel pump is brand new as the last one was suspected of being the culprit. Although I guess there's nothing to say I didn't manage to strike up another lazy pump perhaps
  7. Hey guys, thanks for that! I don't have any fuel pressure gauges on it, that's something the tuner did and said they had maxed out Pump is wired up for full voltage, the AFRs were previously a bit on the lean end up top, which has now been rectified so that they're "safe", but I don't have a copy of it sorry ... The tuner is very good, I don't think there's any issue on that front Sorry for the noob question, but I if I had a fuel pressure gauge on it, and for example the fuel filter is blocked, that would then be able to tell me that the filter is blocked and the injectors are over-working/hitting max duty-cycle, due to the reduced fuel flow (given by the pressure)?
  8. Hi chaps, It seems whenever I take my car to the local track (Barbagallo), I experience the following: fuel surge when tank is approx <60% full high fuel consumption - roughly 6 laps will consume 1/4 of the tank Additionally, when at the tuners, they said that the injectors are maxed out; they're not completely sure what the reason is. Initially it was believed to be a lazy pump, however after swapping that out, it seems to still be the same. My fuel setup (and other possibly pertinent information) is as follows R34 GT-Four (not sure if they run a different style fuel tank, or smaller fuel hosing, given it used to be an N/A car from factory) RB26DETT Approx 515hp on a hub dyno, which is usually reading a bit higher than roller dynos Running E85 Deatschwerks 1200cc injectors Walbro 460lph intank fuel pump Standard fuel rail and FPR Unsure of fuel filter, I don't think it's anything fancy, but has been changed a couple of times since switching to E85 Since swapping fuel pumps, not completely sure if the surging is still present, as I kept the fuel topped up each time I went out; however the workshop said the previous pump was secured well, and was low down, so there was no reason for it to surge previously. I am considering putting in a fuel surge tank, -10 micron filter, new fuel rail and an adjustable FPR to try and fix all the above items, however just wanted to see if someone has any ideas before I embark down this road. The other strange thing is that I know another car which is exactly the same fuel pump and injectors as me, however is sitting at 100hp more with breathing room on the injectors, and another car which has same injectors (different fuel pump), but is over 700hp Thanks!
  9. Next Wednesday is pretty bad for me sorry mate, great write-up though!
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