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admS15

Bills 33 Gtst Streeter/track Car

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Thanks Dan, took your advice and bought these.

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The offender

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Calliper being stripped

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New seals in and a pair of new seals in between the removed old ones

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The remains of the old seals, i think only 1 was still in 1 piece, was definitely a good idea to rebuild. Lucky my local jap parts supplier had a set of seals in stock.

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Just got to refit and flush/bleed the fluid. Job done.

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Decided it was time to replace the plugs on this nugget and thought it would be a good idea to do a comp test while i was there. Results where pretty good, ranged from 156 - 161 psi. Number 4 was the lowest with 156, the rest where 160 ish. Not bad considering this engine has done around 20-25 track days, 200k+ km and is 23 years old. When i first bought the car 3 years ago, the engine tested around 165-170 ish on the same gauge from memory. So im pretty happy with todays result. RB25 toughness.

 

Results below, from 1 to 6

 

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And gotta love e85, look how clean the plugs where after around 15k

 

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When treated well and not too heavily modified, they are such a good thing. 

I wonder how long some of them would have gone if Nissan had of put a good breathing system on them (and I mean any Nissan engine of the typical JDMs we all buy). 

 



 

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