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Hanso

What Have You Done To Your Stagea Lately?

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Fitted 3 autometer sport comp gauges yesterday and today (oil temp, oil pressure, water temp). Made up a perspex bottom plate to replace clock and extend up to dash edge. Quite happy with end result.

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Thanks

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I couldn't see how to edit my previous post sorry, so hope one cares about posting back to back ?!

Over time I have been tidying up the engine bay (not with bling, just rerouting stuff). It looks alot better and is also easier to get access to commonly changed parts. Very happy.

Before with Neo Cover

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Before without Neo Cover

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After

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Better Interior shot of gauges lit up

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Thanks,

Jez

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I put a boost controller in just before I left for the UK

10psi through the neo, goes really well now, gotta say, the turbotech controllers really work well

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Mine is FINALLY in getting the roof rail replacement kit fitted: 3 years in the making, I am accepting nothing less than awesome results... Oh, and I bought a set of turbo manifolds, so I'll probably have them fitted at the same time. And as soon as my current daily driver sells, there will be a large box of goodies on the way from Japan...

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Mine is FINALLY in getting the roof rail replacement kit fitted: 3 years in the making, I am accepting nothing less than awesome results... Oh, and I bought a set of turbo manifolds, so I'll probably have them fitted at the same time. And as soon as my current daily driver sells, there will be a large box of goodies on the way from Japan...

Can you post up some pics please - especially just with what is revealed when the rails are removed.

Its on my list to do but not in my budget if you know what I mean!

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Sorry: by the time I get it back, it will all be finished: have been driving it with the rails removed for over 2 yearsuntil now: roof is channelled underneathth the rail trim piece, and has 3 sets of 2 holes where the rails screw through. If I can dig up some photos I'll post them for you...

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received a couple of nice packages when i got home from work today. received my new key (GTR emblemed) nd brake master cylinder stopper both from japan :D already fitted stopper. will get key cut tomorrow hopefully :D

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received a couple of nice packages when i got home from work today. received my new key (GTR emblemed) nd brake master cylinder stopper both from japan :D already fitted stopper. will get key cut tomorrow hopefully :D

do you mind showing a link to the BMC stopper ? or a brand name or somezing ? :D thanks

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thanks wolverine and import_zone.

After looking at them, and the prices - I see about $10 worth of materials.. That close up pic of the cusco one will be my guide to making one.

Thanks very much !!

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np. good luck. i am still trying to find parts here thats are so hard to find so i can finish off the car. but its hard to find bracings for the car :( too much body roll with tien coilovers.

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Wow i dont know how they can charge $100+ for that bmc stopper :rolleyes:

i could make that in 10 mins, some steel and my welder

hmmm i might just do that

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np. good luck. i am still trying to find parts here thats are so hard to find so i can finish off the car. but its hard to find bracings for the car :( too much body roll with tien coilovers.

whiteline swaybars maybe???

cheers

darren

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already got whiteline sway bars, and adjusted to stiffest strength. looking into rear strut brace. middle chassis brace. trans tunnel brace. nd wat ever else i can find, otherwise trying to find some stiffer tien coilover springs which i cant seem to find. :(

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already got whiteline sway bars, and adjusted to stiffest strength. looking into rear strut brace. middle chassis brace. trans tunnel brace. nd wat ever else i can find, otherwise trying to find some stiffer tien coilover springs which i cant seem to find. :(

Stiffer springs won't help with rolling in corners - what suspension do you have now?

I have Bilsteins but Tein springs that are too stiff:

Front: Tein F SIN78-010311-HCC

Rear: Tein R-SIN79- 010382-HCC

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