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  1. BJSZED: how did the swap turn out? Were you able to confirm some of the questions you had when you did it? Redfogo: I had to use a newer pulley, as mine wasn't a one piece unit, but a two piece pulley. (two halves) I made a video, and get into more of the details there.
  2. Sooo, I thought of doing a small write up after I did this today, so this will not be my best write up... Pictures will suffer, but I tried to pull all the information together. I have added some generic pictures, and how to re-wire your car to use an internally regulated alternator. (not my instruction on how to rewire) First things first... WHY do I need to upgrade?! Well, if you're like me, I now two fuel pumps, two electric cooling fans, blah blah blah... When my car was at idle, I could hear the pumps complaining, and if my fans came on, forget about it. Was it a grounding issue? No,
  3. 20910 1 - Medium Short sleeve in Asphalt 1 - Medium Long sleeve in Black
  4. Thanks a lot for all the responses guys!
  5. Looking to see who has a heater core thats in good shape. Would be great if you knew it didn't leak! If you know where to get brand new one as well, I'd appreciate the info!
  6. I'm writing up a detailed 'How-to' with part numbers, and tons of pictures. I should have it up later this week.
  7. Thanks for all the positive comments guys! It hasn't rained yet, but it shouldn't as their are small slots for my intercooler supports to pass through which should drain it. And while driving down the road I figure most will get sent through the radiator. I am actually making exactly that. I am going to block off most of the front with a sheet of ABS, then make the "square tube" you mentioned above, to duct the air into the intercooler/radiator. Thanks for the link, its good to see some real world data. And for the undertray,I have a 4x8 piece of alumlite.
  8. There seems to be quite a few posts about ducting the front air dam, but not many have an intercooler. I always saw pictures of a flat sheet going to the core support, and thus making it pretty easy to do. Since I have an oil cooler, and a pretty large intercooler, I knew this wasn't going to be a simple home depot run... After going back and forth, and not wanting to weld up new end tanks/intercooler piping I was left with the challenge of working around my intercooler. I had a few requirements of ensuring I fully blocked off air from escaping and going directly under the car, and ensuri
  9. Thanks for sharing! Just ordered mine! Below is the link for the Tri-Bar itself. https://technotoytuning.com/nissan/240z/z-front-tri-bar-add
  10. I second the Black Dragon ones are trash. The car never left my drive way, and they were dry rotted before a year passed.
  11. I know its a long shot, but looking to see if anyone is willing to sell their PDK Strut bar. Picture below for reference.
  12. When I purchased RCA's (Bump Steer Spacers) I asked if I was sent 8.8 hardware by mistake. (Instead of 10.9) I was told that in this specific application he would rather have the fastener bend then break. Implying that the 10.9 fastener could possibly break before the 8.8 would bend. There are other members that have much more fastener knowledge than me, and could further clarify/elaborate on my comment above.
  13. Great build! I see you have poly bushing in your Tension Rods... Might want to take a look at the thread below, as there have been some rod failures due to them... http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/22762-scary-tension-rod-failure/
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