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> My 1990 240sx project..., pray for me...seriously
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Posted: May 31 2011, 09:32 PM


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QUOTE (sidewaysstarion @ 2 hours, 36 minutes ago)
register it in a smog exempt county, no need to worry about the cops smile.gif

nope, no thanks...rather not, ill just tow it
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Posted: Jun 6 2011, 08:23 PM


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so finally had a chance to vist my buddy Ray at West Covina nissan for some gaskets for the oil pan.


the original Felpro gasket i bought and installed was no bueno, didnt fit at all, gapping at the half moons on the front and back was horrible and was a leak waiting to happen, so went to nissan got the 2 half moon gaskets, and per OEM spec, RTV'ed the rest of the pan

that got done but since i was doing it, i didnt bother actually taking pics...lol

we got around to installing the first half of the intake manifold, with now that the secondary butterfly system is actually been completely deleted and the holes in the manifold welded shut...
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next up was checking the injectors, lucky me
comparison of the old and new
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stock left is 370cc, on the right Denzo 560cc

as you can see here is the issue
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the cap on the 560's was to wide...yeah, i nearly :trogdor:

with the genious of my Luis, he had a brilliant, yet risky move
Lathe the f**kers down
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the difference was around .12 or less...so with a quick lathe and sanding...
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on the right the finish lathed injector, on the left the unlathed injector...perfect fit...

next issue was the ever so popular Nismo FPR, this is the SR model Type A i believe, which is the only bolt on available for the CA...and as you can see the curvature is different
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so what we did, was hack the curve off the old FRP, and just hooked up a piece of high pressure hose, and clamped it nice and pretty...
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so now all i need to do is get new O-rings and seals to finish up the fuel rail and finish installing the intake...the exhaust manifold is just waiting on some aftermarket gasket for the block to manifold and itll go on...

so yeah, nothing crazy, but its moving foward even more...its getting closer and closer...
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Posted: Jun 12 2011, 11:06 PM


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yay for more progress...

got the seals and O-rings i needed fro Ray at West Co Nissan...

got the fuel rail and injectors installed and ready to go in no time once i got to my mechs house
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Luis got me some baller metal multi-layered gaskets for the exhaust side
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with that we got the manifold bolted down and ready to go
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shitty comparison of the original T25 (which by the way is smaller than a stock t25 on an sr) and the new T28
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got the new A/N lines bolted up and tightened down...
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Mech got down on the grinder and finished porting out the intake manifold
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all pretty
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cleaned and ready to mount
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and officially bolted back together
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need to buy some clamps and hoses for the VC's and shell be buttoned up and ready to drop back in,

next task is putting the Transmission back together, new seals, ball for the clutch fork, spring, retainer, and all that jazz...

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Posted: Jun 20 2011, 10:48 PM


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not exactly a big update but it is to me

first and formost i finished getting all the hoses and clamps installed that it needed in the har to get places that would be a total PITA if the motor was in...

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test fitted the new o2 sensor to the new Turbo elbow that completes my 3'' exhaust system finally
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and finally got the car moved to get the engine/trans finally dropped...this week is looking promising... awesome.gif
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Posted: Aug 2 2011, 11:10 PM


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so its been a good minute since i updated this...but after a good amount of delays, work, money, and other BS, we finally got the engine finally back into the car...

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had to buy one of these from Nissan since my swap didnt come with the plate cover

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a nice specially home made tool for pulling that damn bearing...worked beautifully
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Stage2 Spec clutch, ARP flywheel bolts and JUN lightweight flywheel
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finally, as of 11P.M. the motor and trans are finally back in the chassis
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fab work still left, wiring, need to pick up the single piece driveshaft and wiring...but the milestone of getting this thing in is finally behind me smile.gif
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Posted: Oct 7 2011, 08:36 AM


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Very nice dude. I'm liking where you're taking this. Keep us updated!
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QUOTE (Steve @ Oct 7 2011, 08:36 AM)
Very nice dude. I'm liking where you're taking this. Keep us updated!

well the car is finally back home after motor rebuild, goodies added, and tuned... 250hp on Dynapack...


car feels amazing...now saving money for event and most likely a new engine harness since mine is total sh*t... facepalm.gif
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Posted: Nov 27 2011, 01:36 AM


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cars been running great...just running it around the neighborhood scaring everyone and just keeping the optima charged...

finally bought my harnesses from wiring specialties to get rid of all my wiring issues i have with my current harness...cheers...ill post once it gets here... smile.gif
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Posted: Dec 15 2011, 06:28 PM


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got these from a buddy for helping him on his car

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waiting on the rest for a complete set up...

gonna powder coat em and re build em... awesome.gif
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Posted: Dec 17 2011, 09:20 AM


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Should be sufficient for the lightweight S chassi.
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QUOTE (Jardim @ 3 hours, 19 minutes ago)
Should be sufficient for the lightweight S chassi.

they tend to be...just waiting for everything else bmc, ebrake assembly... gonna rebuild and errthing...
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got my fresh wire harnesses today



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i cant wait to install this thing!!!


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Posted: Jan 19 2012, 09:40 PM


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I take it the new wiring harness has less crap and more necessary stuff, so to speak of course laugh.gif
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Posted: Jan 20 2012, 10:53 AM


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so wait, does this mean your ecu is going to see more then 9 volts at idle?
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QUOTE (Ayako Watanabe @ Yesterday, 9:40 PM)
I take it the new wiring harness has less crap and more necessary stuff, so to speak of course laugh.gif

no...its a OEM style replacement...my old one is just hacked to shit so i wanted a fresh piece of ass to make this work better


HorizontalMitsubishi - thats what im aiming for here... awesome.gif
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Posted: Mar 29 2012, 09:54 PM


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did some work on the car last 2 weekends

got the dash off and removed all the heater core/ac stuff...soooo roomy got my buddy mike to install an amp, hooked an aux cable directly to it and boom phone to amp, amp to speakers, no stereo needed just waiting on my bud luis to make my speaker holders for the rear
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all the wiring we hacked out...lol
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i gotta tell yah...this harness came out so horribly...it didnt come out in 2 pieces like it should (lower and upper) it came up all entangled horribly...made me just cringe...
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just a close up on the ecu plug
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got the Taurus fan mounted and working, dual speed, first on ign second on switch...

gotta clean up the wiring under thedriver side fender...

cant wait, almost ready
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Posted: Mar 31 2012, 11:29 AM


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Damn thats a lot of wires, what are you looking at interior wise? just a dash and your seat and a steering wheel? or everyday comfort items?`
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QUOTE (Jardim @ 2 hours, 16 minutes ago)
Damn thats a lot of wires, what are you looking at interior wise? just a dash and your seat and a steering wheel? or everyday comfort items?`

car is track only...all ac/heater stuff is gone, all thats left is dash, gauges, amp/speakers, bucket driver seat, s14 pass seat, and steering wheel, including seat belts, everything else is gone...need some carper on the driver side to help make it look cleaner...not comfy but deff reliable...
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Gotta love the Gonz. Will be exciting to see that thing back on the road
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QUOTE (sideways @ Mar 31 2012, 05:16 PM)
Gotta love the Gonz. Will be exciting to see that thing back on the road

road no...track yes ...im eager as hell since its pretty much done...

got some of the last stuff done

with the help of my pops and his OG belt driven dremel, he took my gauge holder and grooved the holes for the angled pods

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once it was done i hit it with some high heat flat black

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more dremel work on the rear c clamps (came with the autometer angled pods) and drilled out the holes to match my gauges (STRI gauges)

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added a bolt going reversed way with butterfly nut and will use a piece of metal or plaxtic to help brace it to the black of the dash and the other for the back of the center console

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simple and clean awesome.gif
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I love it, are you planning on putting a radio in that thing?
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nah...got an amp hooked up to speakers, and Aux cable to amp...just gonna use my phone for music awesome.gif
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Its settled, if i dont have money to drive this fucken thing next year its getting sold... Its deppressing, but no money means no fun, and rhis whole star station forbsmog is gonna make it impossible to register again...so cheers and heres hoping

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you sure? seems like a waste considering all the work you put into it...
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QUOTE (DrunkByGreenTea @ Today, 2:43 AM)
you sure? seems like a waste considering all the work you put into it...

trust me, if anyone understand that more than anyone, its me...but its just a realization of my current situation... facepalm.gif

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