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Member Since 10 Jan 2015
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In Topic: Oli's ADM S15

14 June 2017 - 06:52 PM

View PostScotties15, on 14 June 2017 - 12:11 PM, said:

sounds good mate ! for 220rwkw, poncams and a gtx2863 will do you plenty and fry tires getting there.

the gtx 2867r is a bit better matched turbo than the x2871. or go the gtx2971 if your going for somehting a bit more ballsy 300kw e85.

poncams will probably make your VCT last longer too. pop one of those on your list of parts to buy too :) its a time bomb untill its noisy.

if you can there really isnt much need to ditch the vct. keep it for response.

Do you really need to install Poncams for 220rwkw?
I thought that would be attainable with the stock head.
And curious to know how they increase the life of the VCT?

In Topic: 215rwkw clutch opinions

06 June 2017 - 08:51 PM

Let us know how it performs once you have installed.
I'm looking at getting one soon for my S15.

In Topic: Nissan S14/S15 Silvia 200SX Stock Parts

06 June 2017 - 04:19 PM

Steering rack bushes SOLD.

In Topic: 215rwkw clutch opinions

03 June 2017 - 07:25 PM

No personal experience, but the NPC organic seems to be the popular choice.
Close to stock drivability & will easily handle your power figure.

In Topic: S13 pulling one way

18 May 2017 - 02:25 PM

I've never had stock or pillow ball bushings in my car, so I can't compare NVH.
My car came with non-adjustable polyurethane bushes in the stock caster arms.
I recently purchased some Hardrace caster arms with hardened rubber bushings.
I'm yet to install them, but they appear to be of good quality.
They're also available with pillow ball joints.
Keep in mind pillow balls wear out much faster.
Is the car your daily or predominantly a track car?

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