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    where did you buy the diff ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by agentsmith350 View Post
    where did you buy the diff ?
    https://jessestreeter.com/

    I wouldn't use anyone else. I am Australian based these days though....





    Not even close to perfect. But it wont burn my car down and doesn't look too bad.
    Will need to re-purpose some wires on the MAP sensor plug but job done.

    On to Plumbing in Fuel lines and coolant lines.
    I also need to drain the fuel tank of whatever is in there and sort out Pump, Pump wiring, Reg, Pressure sensor.





    mopped the floor after that.

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    Ok Starting to look like a car again.

    Spent on a fab guy to make up quality intercooler pipework. He also mounted a new plazmaman intercooler which is a better job than the china unbranded core I had on it which was fine for a stock sr20.

    So now need to knock up new clamps and flush out the pipes.
    Unfortunately, he couldn't tackle the exhaust and I need to figure out that one.


    Fits my I don't want it to stand out from a stock s14 (if I get the pipes painted black behind the bumper)








    Sump ready to go in. Again overkill for a car that will do very little. Due to covid iv been waiting on that since August.
    The current sump is dented a bit.





    Bit of a struggle to keep the project moving. But its moving.

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    Who knew changing a sump would be a real pain.
    Nissan RTV is tough stuff.

    Then I couldn't get it to clear the pickup with sub-frame in.
    -ARB off
    -Tried jacking the engine from the Box for some wiggle room.
    -Now lowered the sub-frame a little on the bolts with box jacked.




    Will see how I go tonight but may need to lower the frame on a jack and support the engine and box.


    May need to drop the rack and or frame ....

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    Its in.

    Hand tight to cure for 24 hours. What a pig.

    Got it my taking an engine mount out and jacking the gearbox up.
    Hopefully the RTV didnt smudge too much and it seals. I wont get at it for another week now and bolt it up.

    Had to shorten the turbo drain so that is out one more time as i confirmed the drain forward is an oil drain while sump was out.


    Sump is done.. No more dents...



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