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    cheers fellas, i hear you yann i thought about painting the plug cover black, but i was liking the green so much i couldn't help myself. looks a lot better than it does in the photos, especially with light on it. i did my mates rb covers like that tho, painted it black with the red candy over the black, it looks awesome in sunlight.

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    Shame you're not closer to me bud.. I wish I could paint mine in candy red

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    im sure a paint shop near you would do a great job buddy, im just playing at it in my garage, always got a few bits of dust and the odd fly in it, cant be helped tho where im doing it lol.

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    even paint shops get dirt nibs no matter how hard they try we get them at work all the time1 its just part of the process!!

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    car looks good!

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    Liking it dude!

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    cheers for the comments fellas

    made some progress last night thanks to Nash's who sent me his old setup.

    a wee xmas present to myself

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    glad you got it ok buddy. you don't hang about in fitting stuff do you? looks epic man such an awesome setup for an sr

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    Nah got to get it fitted buddy
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    Got a z32 and a set of 740cc injectors, Fidanza flywheel, just need a clutch now. Not sure whether to go for the ACT HD organic or paddle, or the extreme one bigger intercooler and a DW rad on its way too, as well as a Greddy oled Profec which should be cool.

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    Where did ya pick up your z32 afm bud? As for clutch organic is good all round.. I've heard paddle tends to be more rough. But that's through the grape vine

    Looking great!

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryry92 View Post
    Where did ya pick up your z32 afm bud? As for clutch organic is good all round.. I've heard paddle tends to be more rough. But that's through the grape vine

    Looking great!

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    cheers mate, i got it from crisp-tuning on ebay he had 2 fitted to his R32 gtr, i had a paddle fitted i could deal with it, main priority is that it doesn't slip not sure what the organic holds ft-lb wise but them im not sure what kind of power it will be running :/

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    If you want more grip no slip definitely paddle bud, they do wear quicker than organic for obvious reasons but have much less slip because there is less surface area for it to occur.

    I have seen driftbitz on ebay have a few z32s going for 120.. Im guessing they're a breakers

    Keep updates coming with the ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryry92 View Post
    If you want more grip no slip definitely paddle bud, they do wear quicker than organic for obvious reasons but have much less slip because there is less surface area for it to occur.

    I have seen driftbitz on ebay have a few z32s going for 120.. Im guessing they're a breakers

    Keep updates coming with the ride

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    yeah driftbits are a breaker ive had a few parts off them, GDUK on here are pretty good too, might be worth a phone call first.

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    Been a productive weekend with the old car, Got a Fidanza flywheel and an ACT HD paddle fitted, my new (second hand) gearbox fitted hopefully alot quieter than my last one! the flywheel is almost exactly half the weight of the original im hoping to notice a difference there.

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    then got my turbo fitted properly, along with the down pipe and waste gate.

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    After that we decided to have a look at the loom situation, on full right hand lock my tyres were rubbing the rubber grommet the loom runs through, as well as catching the loom at the top, even though i had cable tied it as far up and back as possible.

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    ended up moving it to the side of the wing (Seen someone else had done it on here, looked like a great idea)

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    Also found some rust, which is always nice

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    fixed that and the original loom hole

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    then turned my attention to the fusebox on the inner wing, it seemed to just be making the place untidy and i needed room, so i moved it under the wing, il be making a box to keep the water and crap away from it.

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    Much room for activities probably fit a catch can and my oil filter relocation plate where it was.
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    after than a small plumbing job, made a plate where the battery tray used to be, and cut a hole through, i hate to leave a huge hole where the cooler pipe runs through but if you make it tight, it ends up with a hole in the pipe so i ordered a piece of steel tube and welded it through the hole, il use a silicon joiner on either end.

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    So probably done more in a weekend than i have in the last 6 months, pretty pleased to see it coming back together.

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    Hey bud, what overfender kit did you use? Also do the wings replace the standard ones?

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    SRB power all round bud, yeah the fronts replace the originals and are +20mm

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