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Hi just bought an oil cooler and the joint to connect lines are alot bugger than the oem hoses , is thete any way around this with a connection adapter of some sort, or what should i do , any opinions would be greatly appreciated thanks.by the way its a series 1 gtst auto.I was thinking of running longer lines and putting it where i moved carbon cannister to which is on the bracket of original sidemount intercooler but am wondering if the long lines would effect the cooling in ang way. Thanks .
Nosure posted a topic in For Sale (Private Car Parts and Accessories)garage clean out! new and used parts. rb26 top brand 1. New Radium High volume external pump surge tank. $500 2. New JMS FUELMAX single pm2000 40A (boost up voltage from 14v-20v adjustable and ramp in function, active when boost or 5v, much better than kennebell bap) $500 3. A lot New and used aeroflow fittings and silicone hose(an 6 8 10 12 full flow push on hose end, 8 orb-6 8 10an fittings efi fittings, etc) want sale as a package. $500, buy new will cost you over $1200. enough build one car surge tank fuel system. 4. new nitto head drain rb26. $150 5. new platinum rb26 cas bracket. $200 6. used reimax adjustable cam gears. $120 7. used ross trigger kit rb twin cam. include sensor 700kms old. $400 (new $600) 8. r34 gtr standard harmonic balancer. perfect condition 48000kms old $100 9. r34 gtr vspec2 nur crankshaft, con rods, pistons and camshaft(unknown spec) all in perfect condition. 48000kms old. $500 the lot. new parts are still seal in box never been opened. location: gold coast.
Blocking rb25det block heater hose fittings Hi Guys In the process of rebuilding my 25. Since deleting the heater, i've always had the feed and return hoses looped, now the motor is out im looking to block the fittings completely. The left fitting is threaded in. The right fittings looks pressed in. Am I ok to block these off instead of them being looped? The car is track only and looking to tidy up under the plenum. Pic attached of fittings in question. Thanks for any help.