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About 82boxima

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  • Birthday 02/19/1987
  1. so the other day, my fuel gauge decided to quit working at 222,245 miles.... i assumed I had enough fuel to make a 3 mile drive to my house.... and it didn't make it. I was going about 55 mph in 5th gear and it just died. no gauge movement, no low fuel light, nothing, no warning lights at all. I ran it out of fuel, and now the pump is bad. every OTHER time I turn the key i can here the pump doing SOMETHING, but no fuel at all is being pumped. I checked all the fuses, lines, fresh fuel filter, coil, battery, starter, alternator, plugs, air etc... everything is good but fuel delivery..... I pul
  2. so yesterday, my water pump decided to spout a ginormus leak. I got a new water pump, gasket, thermostat, belt, hoses etc etc, and I've started tearing down the front accessories on the motor..... as for this issue I'm having.... I've searched 4 times here and other places and found nothing specifically about this. I've come to this problem: I need to know if its possible to remove the lower timing cover WITHOUT removing the crankshaft pulley and or the timing belt itself. I don't have the tool needed to remove and would perfer not going and buying or renting one.... I've
  3. I was just out driving around the neighborhood a while back (date on the pics) and check out what I noticed sitting in someone's driveway! I stopped and asked this lady that was standing outside... she said it was her ex-boyfriends, he went to prison in 2001, got killed in prison... and she has no idea where the title is... I highly doubt I'll have much trouble getting one. she said she does want it gone off her property, I said " what would it take to get it outta your yard and into my possesion? " she said " go get your truck " hehehehehehehehe goes to show you never know til' you ask!! she
  4. haha, I was just asked if my car was mercedes today, and it made me think of this thread.... how appropriate would it would it be to have one of these in a 1st gen max? :burnout:ROFL very unique swap, I love it!!
  5. it sure looks like it would make for a good T - blow-through setup
  6. wow, in my mind, this is exactly the point of HBZ, enjoying your results. sounds like fun, more fun than my 17.1 run this year:shock: lol congratz:mrgreen:
  7. TTTTT :)hoping for resultz bumpz:) TTTTT
  8. nothing says performance on a ZX 2+2 quite like diamond-plate side-steps
  9. 16.9? that's YOUR best? jeez, my 3200 lb pig with a the wimpy L24E in it ran a 17.1 ROFL:burnout::burnout::burnout:woulda been a close one!!!!
  10. hook it up for mine please: JN1HUO1S1CT039094
  11. cool cool GL with it. here are the MAIN points to remember to do my spring swap: 1. use these for the REAR of your car: ~77'? through ~85'? (mine came from a 81', so SOMEWHERE in there will work) FRONT springs from a mercedes 300D. these are CONSIDERABLY LONGER, so cut off about 3.5 to 4 coils for about a 3 inch drop in the rear, cut less if a slightly higher ride height is desired. 2. Use these for FRONT of your car: z31 NON-turbo FRONT springs, again, the newer / lower mileage the better. cut off about 2 to 2.5 coils for a 3 inch drop in the front, again, cut less off for a sligh
  12. I got a suggestion for you if your looking for a good cheap drop. I just got this set up on 82 maxima (very simialar to s130's). I just performed the springs swap over last weekend, and so far, no major issues / problems! (none suspension related, DAMN WATER PUMP) I used z31 front springs for the front, cut down just a little more than 1.5 coils, probly more like 1.75 coils cut off, they fit in the spring perches real nice too, all nissan related so..... and for the rear, I used 81' mercedes 300d FRONT springs. the merc springs are a good choice because the coils them selves are ALOT thi
  13. ah, this is making alot sense right now. no, I don't think it is running an air injection pump, does that also mean, a smog pump? the only things it has on the belt assembly is the C/S pulley, powersteering, A/C compressor, alternator, and water pump (and associated tensioner pulleys). what you said about the pulleys have to be lined so within an 1/8th in. tolerance, that is probly the problem, I didn't check for that when installing my new alternator last month, NOOB error for sure, I just made sure the belt was snugged up to the propper tension. I'm about go outside and go through the whole
  14. I went and got ALL THREE belts to put back on, I had previously removed the A/C belt awhile ago, and I think that caused the crankshaft pully / balancer to become off balance, making it throw the belts lastnite... does this make sense? seems like if I just put all three back on, it would be better balanced and not throw these belts... and the water pump is fine, with the belt off, it turned by hand nice and smooth, no play in it, doesn't appear to be leaking.... and the belt did puncture the lower radiator hose, so that's what was making it hot..... is there anything else I need
  15. If I posted this in the wrong section, feel free to move it around however appropriate...... ok, so I'm going down the highway, in my 82' maxima (L24E+ auto trans) cruise control set at 75 mph, heater on, radio blaring, all the guages looking good, within normal etc etc I start to hear something like bearing whine for about TWO SECONDS, and then, BOOOM happened. volt gauge PEGGED all the way DOWN, warning lights flashing on and off all over the dash, temp gauge going up, loss of power. so i pull off the next exit in neutral, trying to coast my 75 MPH roll into this truck stop. it actu
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