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  1. Try htg tuning for electronics. https://htg-tuning.com/. I have not heard of anyone working on a dual clutch s30 but have seen other projects using there gearbox controller. What engine are you planning on running?
  2. Ms42 is well mapped at this point, so you could remove ews your self. Here is a site with tuning info. https://www.ms4x.net/index.php?title=Siemens_MS42
  3. https://github.com/jharvey/MultiMAP This is a link to the design for the multi map sensor board.
  4. Are you running speed density with the ms? If so how are you feeding the vacuum to the map sensor? I saw a build on another board that was using a board with multiple map sensors to get a clean signal with individual throttle bodies. I think it came out to about $20 per cylinder. I will post it I find it, just a thought on your running issues.
  5. I have seen you're assemblies, I thought they were only made for mustang axles & brakes though. At this time I would like a Nissan hub pattern as I am keeping the long hose r200.
  6. Does apex sell the rear hub adapters separate from there whole rear end kit? I have been looking to replace the stub axles with a sealed bearing on my 74.
  7. Of you don't like the floor mounted pedal z3's use a sensor that connects to a hanging pedal. They are expensive new but should be cheap form a salvage yard. Just make sure it's new enough to be drive by wire.
  8. You could go with the bmw n52 and get a magnesium block, that is super light. But you will have to deal with aluminum bolts on everything that touches it to avoid galvanic corrosion.
  9. The aluminum case differential started with the f10 5 series. Looking deeper it is not a 188 but a 205al, but the seal kits all say 188/205 so output shafts and covers may be compatible.
  10. What about using a newer aluminum case 188 diff? They use low drag hearings & less fluid to help with the parasitic losses as well.
  11. The jam nuts on my car were extremely tight as well. I ended up jacking up the car by the wrench to get it to break loose.
  12. I think the axles are the most compressed at full droop & extend as the wheel moves up, so I would not think under acceleration you would be getting cv bind. I can't think of what else would damage the adapter though.
  13. I don't know of anyone who has even looked into the abs controller code, but most of the newer units are flash programmable. As there are only a few manufacturers of abs/stability control systems most cars have the same systems. So if you can collect the program files for number of different vehicles using the same hardware and compare them much like engine ecu tuning you may be able to tune your own abs.
  14. For the rear of my car I am thinking about doing a ttt stub axle eliminating setup with the factory long nose r200. With this setup I will need to change out the stub axles to ones that will fit the axles I go with. There are a number of options with the correct spline count, early j30, open 240sx & na z32. I can not find any length comparison though to see how they will fit the long nose case. I plan on running a m factory limited slip the the longer stub for the vlsd should not be needed. Additionally does anyone know if Nissan used the same CV shaft spline count on all cv's? They were made with a 3x3 a 5 bolt & a 6 bolt mounting pattern at the stub, but I do no know if the shaft changed.
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