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About Ntrnsk

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    2002 Spec S GT
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  1. AVCR problem

    Update - probem fixed itself. Jumped in the car to move it, screen lights up, boost is back to normal. So to sum up - rain in the engine bay will root your AVCR til it's completely dry again. It just takes a good hour or so of driving and another 8 hours sitiing in the sun. Moderators, please close this.
  2. AVCR problem

    Lol, love the registration question!
  3. AVCR problem

    Judas! My fellow ex up later. You trying to tell me that there's still a place for deranged and disturbed people to hang out on the internets? Everything else is fine electronically, EDFC, turbo timer etc etc all fine. So many confusion. Cheers for the reply bud, I'll have a further look tonight when I get home from work. Just wanted to see if anyone else had experienced a similar problem. I will see over on the darkside something something, the force something something.
  4. AVCR problem

    Also, does anyone know a workshop that would be able to help me diagnose this in the South East suburbs? I live in Chadstone but willing to make the drive to the outskirts if required. Thanks!
  5. Hi guys, I've done a bit of research on google etc etc but still can't find an answer so hoping you guys can provide some insight. Story is: My s15 has been off the road for 2 weeks as I needed to change the starter motor and get a coilover repaired that had a sprung a vicious oil leak. Of course, I disconnected the battery during this period and after re-installing everything last night, I've realised that my AVCR is no longer working. Boost is stock, screen doesn't light up (not even the buttons). For those in Melbourne, you know it rained like an absolute mofo last night and unfortunately I had the bonnet up from working on it the previous day and the engine bay got rained on hard. Question being, is it possible that I've fried the AVCR due to the water getting into the engine bay? Does anyone have any experience troubleshooting this kind of problem and can you advise what I should be checking? Sorry but I'm not very electrical minded. Mechanical is ok but electrics just don't like me. Thanks all!
  6. Lol, Blingy. Go the fricken laser beams
  7. It would depend on how much weight we added, unless we're talking building New York style cities on there, I don't think we'd affect the Moons' overall mass too much. At least not enough to affect it's gravitational pull with Earth. If we did though, the climate here on Earth would change dramatically, from wind patterns to sea levels, the size of waves etc etc. The moon would probably stop drifting away and start coming back to Earth..... which would be bad obviously..... Since living on the moon would still require spacesuits, you could just weigh the spacesuits down to artificially create the same weight on the body as on Earth. At least til we build BioDomes!!!!
  8. Lol, Kemp. You love that set up so much.
  9. www.ttuned.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=121365 www.nissansilvia.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=398085 www.sxoc.com/vbb/archive/index.php/t-146448.html
  10. http://www.eurotuned.com.au/forums/index.php?showtopic=50821 You're welcome.
  11. And would quickly lose most of the atmosphere that we created with trees/water due to the low gravity and the lack of magnetism to deflect solar flares that would otherwise strip the atmosphere as they came through. So terraforming the moon would require us to be able to create a gigantic magnetic shield around the moon and increase it's gravity.
  12. We talking t518 or t517? FYI, google 'ultimate turbo reference guide' and you should find a thread that covers all this. Or t518z/t517z and you'll see another thread with the results of people using both, mainly the t518 though.
  13. And of course, low gravity f**king.
  14. A launch site for further exploration into deeper space, with manned missions. Due to the much, much lower energy levels required to escape the grip of the moon's lower gravity, spaceship design could be improved to provide more storage for supplies and housing areas rather than the f**kload of space that is required right now in fuel just to get away from Earth. This would of course mean than that massive rocket we currently use would be mostly filled with things required to keep a crew (probably a much bigger crew than currently possible) alive and kicking for a trip to Mars for example. Can't remember off the top of my head but I think the speed attained by the ship would be much higher than what we currently achieve with less 'weight' and no atmospheric resistance at launch.
  15. Hey man, I've got an s15 that's currently off the road waiting for repairs. If they fit, you're welcome to come over and borrow the ones on the car at the moment. Cheers, Kha Edit - just realised they caren't compatible. sorry bud.