Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Feedback


About SkunkTeeth

  • Birthday 06/12/1986

SkunkTeeth's Achievements


Newbie (1/14)



  1. Check the last post out: http://forums.hybridz.org/showthread.php?t=141678&highlight=240sx+speedometer
  2. Just another wideband is pretty cheap http://www.14point7.com/JAW/JAW.htm
  3. I just bought some new injectors off ebay for my NA 76 280z. 5 of the injectors have nothing in the shaft, but one has a white thing inside. I have attached pictures. Which style is correct? Should I take the white thing out?
  4. http://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/SMEC14B/10-2163
  5. Heres what I did....got them to match as best as I could. 1 box on each side. Made out of wood with odd angled cuts. Only speakers in my car and they sound great. I know having tweeters next to the speaker isnt the best but my options were limited
  6. Did the same thing as chrism but with machined pieces
  7. You might want to resand the texture layer....you gotta scuff it when its tacky.
  8. I repainted the glove box door with sem trim black so the color matches great, also painted the rear metal trim piece with the same color. As for the charge...im not sure because it all depends on the condition of the dash. I would probably log my time and charge an hourly rate. But I do not know how much to charge in that respect because I never logged my time, and it also took a long time as it was my first time doing something like this. I would obviously keep the cost much lower than having it professionally refinished. If someone wants to try it out with me I would be happy to. But things to remember are I am limited it on time. I can only work on it on weekends so figure a month or more.
  9. Im sure you COULD use bondo but I do not think it would be a good idea. For one it might be difficult to fill holes. The good thing for the foam is you just tape it up and then fill it with the expanding foam. I also think the bondo would be too rigid, some flexibility is good.
  10. For me the differential fill plug on mine was real easy. But the transmission fill plug was a big pain, ended up putting the wrench semi horizontal then jacking under it to get it loose. Worked like a charm!
  11. Im still working on that haha, I looked at the write up here and it doesnt seem to be working for me. Ill be happy to do a dash for someone, but dont expect it done fast. I got this dash and started the restoration around November 07. Not enough time with still going to school and working as a full time engineer. Thanks for all the compliments everyone.
  12. I thought about grafting in a gage pod somehow, but the only things I am missing from stock is a voltmeter and clock. The clock is handled by my head unit, and for the voltmeter I got this to replace the fasten seat belt light: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&item=350084717917 I also have aftermarket A/C with the knob on the console, but I am moving it to the cigarette lighter slot with a longer knob I made
  13. Could you use sem trim black instead of landau? Or is trim black just for plastic?
  14. My mistake, the autometer guides are on here. But the dash repair was on classicz http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/showthread.php?t=23919 Haha I can do it, after doing this one I got my method down and could do one pretty quick.
  15. Thanks to this board, I was able to finish my autometer install in my dash that I repaired using the foam + epoxy method. I repaired it about 2 months ago and it has not cracked again.
  • Create New...