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  1. Thread: eagle f1's

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    I think this might depend on surface, Steve, as i...

    I think this might depend on surface, Steve, as i ran some drifting at Bruntingthorpe on the concrete and they just wore down until bald with no delaminating at all. These were ones with maybe 1500...
  2. Thread: ca16 cam

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    Yup, but I'm selling mine as a pair because they...

    Yup, but I'm selling mine as a pair because they only have 50k on them :thumbs: As far as I know, the spec on them is....

    CA16DE

    In lift - 8.5mm
    Ex lift - 8.5mm
    In duration - 248
    Ex...
  3. Thread: ca16 cam

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    I'm selling some nice low mileage ones :Plug: :D...

    I'm selling some nice low mileage ones :Plug: :D

    HERE
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    Sticky: Lovely job :thumbs: Any idea on price?

    Lovely job :thumbs: Any idea on price?
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    Sticky: Will you be at Rotorstock and can you sell me...

    Will you be at Rotorstock and can you sell me some synthetic LSD oil?
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    That's the way it's done on Datsuns. Not ideal as...

    That's the way it's done on Datsuns. Not ideal as it puts slight twisting loads on the bushes but better than having poor geometry. Don't try it if you have urethane rear arm bushed though as it'll...
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    Up until now I've been running the rear on the...

    Up until now I've been running the rear on the S13 at maximum toe-out to help couter the locked diffs tendancy to make the car understeer. It worked well too but now it has an LSD it no longer needs...
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    Hehe, yeah but it would be nice to be able to...

    Hehe, yeah but it would be nice to be able to shut the bonnet properly and have some headlights :wack: The crashed shoved the front panel accross about three inches to the passenger side.

    At the...
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    I've never really bothered tuning an ET beyond...

    I've never really bothered tuning an ET beyond adding an IC, increasing boost and swapping intakes and TB's. I never saw much point as for me it was easier just to fit a more powerful engine to start...
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    THat's what I thought. If the CAS signal is the...

    THat's what I thought. If the CAS signal is the same then I see no reason why you couldn't use the DET harness, AFM and injectors. Then you can use the chips available for the DET :thumbs:
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    I haven't seen anyone try to CA18DET ECCS on an...

    I haven't seen anyone try to CA18DET ECCS on an ET yet? How come nobody has done that?
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    Yeah... but if it works it works... :D :thumbs:

    Yeah... but if it works it works... :D :thumbs:
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    No, because BB's are FWD. Also S14's are 5 stud.

    No, because BB's are FWD. Also S14's are 5 stud.
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    Just one thought. If you increase the injector...

    Just one thought. If you increase the injector capacity by 11% then in theory, if you enlarged the Afm bores cross sectional area by the same amount it would compensate as the airflow would increase...
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    Yeah, I was running in Clubman. I crashed during...

    Yeah, I was running in Clubman. I crashed during practice but managed to beat the car straight enough to go out in qualifying. Finished 10th in clubman which wasn't too bad :wack:
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    I used the CA18DET harness and added in two...

    I used the CA18DET harness and added in two relays for coild and fuel pump. The S12 ECCS relay works the wrong way so the connections to it need to be changed and then a wire on the fusebox cut. I...
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    Just been working on my S13 for drifting really....

    Just been working on my S13 for drifting really. Swapped in an SR and a new LSD. Crashed it nicely at Snetterton though so I've got a fair bit of work to do for the next round :wack: :wack:
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    Far, far easier to change the whole engine, plus...

    Far, far easier to change the whole engine, plus the DET bottom end is stronger than the ET one. The wiring is pretty confusing to be honest as the ECCS on a CA18DET is very different to that of a...
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    You're welcome to it mate :thumbs: How's things?...

    You're welcome to it mate :thumbs: How's things? Last time I heard you'd had a bit of an accident and were down casualty or something :wack:
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    Odd S12 interior

    Just going through all my old stock chucking stuff away and came accross this new door panel for an S12. I don't recall ever seeing an interior like this on a UK S12! Anyone seen one like this...
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    No, S13 is have different front struts and S12's...

    No, S13 is have different front struts and S12's don't use struts on the rear at all. You can probably swap to S13 front struts to use the coilovers but they won't work on the back.
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    Man, I might have to get me a copy of...

    Man, I might have to get me a copy of that...where did you get it from Shaun?
  23. Thread: Rsx Fj20

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    Sorry, bot though pretty cool, it's just not wort...

    Sorry, bot though pretty cool, it's just not wort forking that out for one. Not when you could buy an R32 GTS-T or something for less. Hell even an S14 would cost less than that.
  24. Thread: mig-wire

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    I see where you mean..in that magazine artical. I...

    I see where you mean..in that magazine artical. I think they almost certainly have that wrong. The reason you wouldn't use wire with a steel gasket is the gasket will not compress as easily and the...
  25. Thread: mig-wire

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    Personally I'd go with a metal head gasket. It's...

    Personally I'd go with a metal head gasket. It's designed for the job whereas wire was a sort of band-aid cure before metal head gaskets were common.

    Really the type of wire isn't that important...
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