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2w luseboy
X-Pro II Austin Luse

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luseboy Water temp gauge also done and mounted 2w

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luseboy Also finished up the tach and mounted it to the dash 2w

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2w luseboy
Mayfair Austin Luse
luseboy Column cover makes the car look more complete. #240z 2w

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luseboy Not mounted permanently but here's my griffen radiator in my #240z with a modified core support 4w

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4w luseboy
Rise Austin Luse
luseboy Got a new radiator today since the used afco i bought has a hole in it that can't be repaired. Will still be using 16an lines though! 4w

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1mon luseboy
Mayfair Austin Luse
luseboy Cs144 alternator + turnbuckle. #240z 1mon

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luseboy Finished the fenders today. #240z 1mon
  •   zcardude My wheels are to small for that kit 1mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude ya i already have 17's so i'm good to go 1mon
  •   zcardude I want to try z31 calipers mounted on top 1mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude what do you mean on top and are you talking front or rear? 1mon
  •   zcardude In the rear they work like the sx calipers they're just way bigger I want to mount mount them however I have to to make the e brake work 1mon
  •   luseboy I thought they didnt have a mechanical e brake on those calipers? You could consider the rx7 brakes. It's not that much work it just wouldn't make sense for me. I have the rebuilt calipers, new rotors, and a prototype (shitty not trustworthy) bracket set up if you're interested. @zcardude 1mon
  •   zcardude Did you ever get the e brake working with them ? And z31 calipers do have the e brake z32 use the drum 1mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude i never personally did but the guy i got them from pulled them off a zxt, and the e brake system has been modified presumably to work. The calipers are very similar to those used in the 240sx etc but use vented rotors instead of solid. Rotors are 5 lug though 1mon

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luseboy Really hard to take pictures of but my custom exhaust. Starts as twin 2" pipes into two resonators, then a y pipe to single 2.5" with another resonator, then out to a muffler at the back. All straight through, welded, v banded. #240z 1mon

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luseboy #240z 1mon

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luseboy Finally got the exhaust done on my #240z 1mon

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2mon luseboy
Mayfair Austin Luse
luseboy #msd blaster ss installed in my 240z. Won't wire it up till I get my msd digital 6a cd box in though 2mon

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luseboy Slow progress on my custom exhaust but it's getting there. #240z 2mon

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luseboy My first time doing helicoils, good skill to have. 2mon

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2mon luseboy
Mayfair Austin Luse
luseboy Oil pressure gauge. Will have a volt gauge right below it too. #240z 2mon

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2mon luseboy
Rise Austin Luse
luseboy Suzuki snowmobile hood scoop just to give my intake some extra air in addition to the hole in the rad support. Only functional scoop I could find that was small enough to work with the competition hood vent, i think it completes the post apocalyptic look. #240z 2mon

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2mon luseboy
Valencia Austin Luse
luseboy #240z camber plates from ebay. Seems like they should work just fine for what I'm looking for 2mon
  •   luseboy They do make offset front bushings but don't use them, they make you have different bump steer characteristics from left to right. The other option is the dp racing street biscuit type camber plates but they're more like 250. Making a spacer would not be too hard and would allow you to lower even more in the future if you wanted to 2mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude ^ 2mon
  •   zcardude My take on the bushings was that any bushings that don't flex we'll will cause problems with the tc articulating since it has to go in a arc I need to get new rubber tc bushings I have Polly now but supposedly they can make the tc rod break wich is SCARY 2mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude the trick with those is to run the g machine t/c rod uniball with a drilled out poly bushing on the on the engine bay side. I would be running that if i didn't have TTT rod end t/c rods with the matching lca's. The reason i decided to get camber plates for the front was so that I could prevent strut binding due to the rest of my suspension being adjustable 2mon
  •   zcardude I have a lot left to set up haha I can't wait to drive it going from stock wheels and stock springs to coil overs and real wheels and tires should make me pretty happy for now 2mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude i have a lot left too. I can't wait to drive mine. Going from not ever driving it to driving it all modified should be nice, and should make me very happy I would hope 2mon
  •   zcardude Have you ever driven one ? It's really amazing how well they drive compared to American stuff that old 2mon
  •   luseboy @zcardude I've never driven one. Closest to it that i've driven is my friend's s14 which i drove for 10 minutes. Never driven any old american cars really haha 2mon

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luseboy Relays all wired up #240z 2mon

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2mon luseboy
Earlybird Austin Luse
luseboy Trans tunnel vinyl installed. #240z #s30 2mon

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