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CraZeeE last won the day on March 21 2016

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About CraZeeE

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    Nissan Silvia
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    s13 and s15

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  1. ns is dead as dead but... Serial 9 shifter assembly fits with no cutting to the tunnel according to the net.
  2. Thats damn cool. thanks! Turns out my car was a spec R type B from factory, although the blue stitched steering wheel it came with is long gone....but have the seats...
  3. Touch-up paint on boot floor

    keep in mind most primers are porous....so perhaps avoid unless you want to do a topcoat as well. An alternative could be Por15 or similar.....
  4. Oli's ADM S15

    Yeah, Ive had a coppermix in s13 and s15. Its great in the former, its horrid in the latter simply due to the chatter on decel. NPC or Direct Clutch heavy duty organics are almost as nice feeling and avoid this.
  5. I too did a washer relocation with flat bar to allow me to get an oil cooler in. Washer side was easy. Oil cooler side took a few experiments to get the cooler in there... but only needed a few welds to make all of the brackets. Pics attached which may be of some use...:
  6. Trolley Jack Lift Pad

    well I found the site and bought a 2 pack. Cheers.
  7. Interesting. If it can get away without bashing the tunnel and the shifter can be manipulated into the stock position it'd be a winner for me...but both seem unlikely...
  8. Good points, yeah it is a bit more complex than i thought...
  9. Valve Springs And VCT

    A rule of thumb I had explained to me was to match springs to cams by using the springs recommended by the cam manufacturer. Ie tomei springs with tomei cams, HKS springs with hks cams etc....BC cams and springs killed the VCT on my brothers car, I used poncams and tomei springs and Im all good.
  10. righto you posted my thoughts just as I was having them!
  11. actually, just a thought, is there any reason you cant modify the linkage to avoid cutting the tunnel? Dunno what all these bits are called, but if you had the end of the shifter (1) connected straight to part (3) surely that would get the shifter further forward as it would get rid of part (2) Youd need to cut part 3 and turn the tabs 90degrees and reweld and make a new bracket to bolt to the gearbox and hold the middle of the shifter, but that doesnt seem particularly hard. Im no engineer but it seems like an obvious simple solution, any reason it wouldnt work??
  12. This is really helpful, cheers for the updates dude!
  13. Wtb: bm57 brake master cylinder

    http://www.kudosmotorsports.com/catalog/brake-master-cylinder-bm57-1716-nissan-skyline-p-1044.html I rate these guys for parts..