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Wizard

Member Since 09 Feb 2010
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In Topic: Motul Gear, Transmission and Hydraulic oils

30 September 2017 - 06:24 AM

There is a specified amount, but you'll never drain out 100% of the oil fluid, so filling until it spills out of the filler hole is equivalent to putting in a measured amount.

In Topic: Suspension.

10 September 2017 - 10:43 AM

Yes

If you adjust camber, it puts toe out

If you adjust toe, it puts camber out

In Topic: Suspension.

09 September 2017 - 05:49 AM

Yeah, start of the year I overhauled everything. Still have a shit gearbox that pops out of 2nd, but now have GTR rear end and new rear bearings (again). Was really good til I noticed that the subframe is fucked from the shop around the corner stretching all the subframe bush holes to get the old bushes out... and all the LCA are furiously rusting where they've heated the fuck out of them to get the old bushes out with a tiny press. sigh. But the hardrace stuff works good for cheap china crap. Bushes FTW

In Topic: Suspension.

06 September 2017 - 10:19 AM

^ ball joints are a service item and should be replaced every 20,000km or something like that. That was the biggest source my front end clunks over bumps. That an my rooted subframe bushes.

Start of the year I threw in hardrace castor, toe and camber arms, new LCA bushes/ball joints, new subframe bushes, in order to get an actual wheel alignment. Still running BC BR coilovers. My car isn't slammed, but it's not entirely sensible either.

It's the nicest combination I've had in a Silvia on the road.

The bushed arms really add a level of compliance I'm not used to in a Silvia. the car just takes bumps in its stride, even when you're attacking flat out

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In Topic: Suspension.

04 September 2017 - 04:56 AM

No complaints with hardrace rubber bushed arms, aside from them rusting at my beach side palatial home.

Gktech are normal china crap with an australian price tag.

Honestly, retaining bushes is the biggest difference between having a nice car and a noisy, jittery, clunky piece of shit. That, and replacing all ball joints, because they are a service item and probably only get done when they are broken, not when they are due for replacing. Start of the year I replaced every bush and ball joint, new rubber everywhere. Car is the fastest on the road its ever been, and it's actually nice to be in, despite having cheap BC coilovers.

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