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  1. Clutch Install

    At a guess, 3 hours labour at $120 per hour, so $360 in labour + clutch ($300-$500) + oil ($20-$40) + machining ($50-$80). It's not that difficult a job, it's just a little awkward with the size of the box. The only time I've had issues is when I had Nismo Engine mounts, it seems to lift the engine to the point where installing the gearbox becomes difficult.
  2. WTB - LOCAL ONLY

    If you want one for rego, you can borrow mine.
  3. Clutch Install

    Do it on the side of the road, won't take long. I've done something similar in an ANU car park many years ago hahaha.
  4. Local PARTS for sale

    S14 parts forsale: Front Windscreen $100 Rear Windscreen $100 Front Calipers (non ABS) $100 Front Seats $80 3 inch Cat back exhaust $150 Window regulators $70 each Window switches $50 Window relay $50 Tail lights and centre garnish (right one has a small crack) $50
  5. WTB - LOCAL ONLY

    Spam?
  6. Wheels, Tyres and suspension needed

    I normally go to Marques in the Park but I think I'm away this year.
  7. Link to Page --> http://initialdrift.com.au/nextday.php Where and When? Wakefield Park Raceway, 12th October 2014.. This day will be a full drift day. Track day schedule includes two track layouts being the infield curcuit and whole circuit. If weather conditions are extremely wet we will only be using the infield section (sorry but we need to look after the facilities we use). YOUR CAR WILL NEED TO PASS SCRUTINEERING - Working seat belts or valid harnesses, properly installed seats, working brakes and brake lights, working windscreen wipers if it rains, all wheel nuts present and no leaks are the basics. Convertibles will not be allowed unless they have a roll cage that extends above the driver's head. Any questions, please ask. We have noticed that cars attending the event have had the same isues time after time so a warning system is now in place. If you do not attempt tp rectify issues that have been pointed out track access will be denied. YOU WILL NEED AN AS1698 (that little red and silver sticker) APPROVED HELMET, LONG SLEEVES, PANTS AND CLOSED SHOES. Advanced drivers are encouraged to wear racesuits! PRICES: Gold IDA or DS Member: $180 Silver IDA Member: $180 Associate IDA Member: $210 Non-member: $210 *For those of you who would like to pay on the day, do not complete the event registration form. Yearly Associate Membership: $50 per year. Gives you membership in a CAMS affiliated club and the ability to hold a CAMS L2NS/L2S license, which is required for most drift events. No other benefits. Available on the day. Get this if you only intend to do a few days. You can upgrade at any time to a full membership CAMS L2NS license: $57 Available on the day. Payable on the day. Wakefiled Park license: $50 Available on the day NOTE: The CAMS license is a once-yearly payment (excluding daily license). After applying for one, you will eventually receive a license in the mail that can be used at all of our events for one year. If you signed up for one last time and have not yet received it, please bring the tear-off bit you received. Wakefield Park license is valid for 12 months from date of purchase and can be used at any Wakefield or Winton event in that period. Spectators: $FREE Here's how to work out how much it costs for you: If you're an IDA or DS GOLD member with a CAMS licence, it's $180 If you're an IDA SILVER member with a CAMS licence, it's $180 If you're an Initial Drift Associate Member with a CAMS licence, it's $210 If you're not a member of any drift club, $210 If you're an IDA member and want to pay on the day: $180 *Do not complete the registration form If you're not an IDA member and want to pay on the day: $210 *Do not complete the registration form HOW TO ENTER: *Pre Pay Only Read and agree to this: 1. EVENT DESCRIPTION: This event will be single car drift practice, the action of driving a vehicle in a series of controlled slides throughout a pre-determined course, maintaining a standard of control. All activity will take place on the designated track section behind appropriate safety barriers. This event includes but is not limited to the following guidelines: 2. DRIVER BRIEFING: All drivers, without exception, will be required to attend the compulsory driver/participant's briefing prior to being allowed on the course. All drivers must hold a valid CAMS L2NS licence or superior. If they do not, they can apply for one. 3. ALCOHOL: The consumption of alcohol by drivers is strictly prohibited. All drivers must maintain a blood alcohol level(BAC) of 0.0 throughout the event. Consumption of alcohol in the pit, paddock or other non-public area is prohibited until the conclusion of the Meeting. 4. CARS AND ENTRANTS MUST COMPLY WITH BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING SCRUTINEERING GUIDELINES: • All wheel studs must have nuts and be tightened prior to entry to the track. • The vehicle battery must be secured. • No loose items are to be in the cabin (mobile phones, hand-held cameras, road maps etc.). • Absolutely no fluid leaks. • Brake lights must work, and brakes must be functional. • Exhaust must exit outside the perimeter of the vehicle. • Safety harnesses or seat belts must be complete units sourced from a recognized manufacturer and must be fitted and worn within the manufacturer's instructions or limitations and must meet the acceptable standards FIA 8853/98. FIA 8853 – 1985, SFI 16.1, FIA 8854 – 1991, AS 2596, ECE R16 & ASE35. • Have on their coach work a blue triangle of 150 mm sides indicating the location of the battery or battery isolation switch if fitted. • Driver's seat must be securely mounted to the cabin floor. • A helmet which complies with AS 1698 and carries markings to that effect, or otherwise be a standard listed in Schedule D of the current CAMS manual. Non flammable clothing must be worn, including cover from ankles to wrists to throat. No person will be permitted to participate wearing apparel of nylon or similar material. Whilst not compulsory, an approved driving suit is highly recommended. Suitable footwear must be worn. Prohibited are (for example) thongs, Roman sandals, high-heeled shoes, nylon joggers and bare feet. In open cars, goggles or visors with a material other than glass must be used (to AS 1609-1981). DISCLAIMER:5. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY, RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK:DRIVERS •This event is held under CAMS and follows all relevant guidelines in relation to Drifting events. If applying for a CAMS licence on the day of the event, please be sure to read Section 3 of the Application before signing it for the conditions of the licence and cover. •Initial Drift Australia Inc reserves the right to, at any stage, refuse entry or participation in the said event and evict entrants and spectators from the venue without question or reason. D-Day Groupings Drift I have seen all the DVD's, I know what I am doing! (Beginner) I grab seconds while doing round-a-bouts. (Intermediate) I stunt double for Tsuchiya. (Advanced) Passengers ***CARS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM HALF CAGE TO BE ELIGIBLE TO CARRY PASSENGERS*** No Beginner groups are allowed to take passengers. Your driving will be assessed on the day so if you group yourself incorrectly just to take a passenger, be prepared for disappointment. To get a seat in one of the cars the cost is $30 and will get you access to unlimited rides throughout the day. It is recommended to seek a drivers permission to secure a seat before you pay for a passenger run, for drivers, it is the perfect opportunity to scare your mates. Gates open at 8am Track Action from 9:30am till 4:00pm. How to Pre Book Click HERE and complete the registration form. We have enabled Paypal payments to make it easier for you all. If you want to pay on the day that is fine, if the event sells out prior a notice will be placed here and on Facebook and the forums where the event is advertised.
  8. Wheels, Tyres and suspension needed

    To answer your questions: 25 years is a long time. Depends how you feel about having to replace the turbo? In a rush it would only be a 1 hour job. Doing it carefully, maybe 1 whole day. When I had a CA18DET in my Silvia, I bought a Nissan T28BB turbo, second hand from an import. It bolts straight on and I think it makes plenty of power (for me). I didn't end up using it but I put it on my S14 SR20. I prefer most factory engine parts for reliability however I would definitely change the turbo and oil water lines while it is out. I think somewhere between 10-12psi or upto 0.8bar. Would be nice to tune the car. You could get different injectors and a 2nd hand Nistune. I think if you run factory boost of 10psi, the computer would be able to cope since it is programmed rich from factory for engine longevity. My thought are if you really wanted to keep the car CA or change to SR. I don't mind CA18DET but the parts are expensive and rare. I can sometimes find good deals with SR20 where as CA's are rare that I accumulated as many parts as I could when I had one. When it came time to sell, it was also worth nothing unless I wanted to wait. If you do end up changing to a SR20, this whole saga could repeat itself and you could be looking at a forged SR20 motor. If this was me, there is no way I could afford to hand over the kind of money you just did these days. I sort of went through this and spent a lot of money on my first car. There was no way I could let it go when the car stopped. It is now in my backyard, waiting for the many thousands of dollars work of work required for it to be up and running again. I ended up changing into a different car that I liked, which I was less attached and have since sold.
  9. Local PARTS for sale

    Selling the RB20DET from my 4 door. Was auto and still has the flex plate on it. Comes with most things such as the turbo, computer, etc except it doesn't have a coil pack harness. It looks like the wiring loom might have had a piggy back but that was before I owned it. I think kms was around 220,000. I have a new turbo gasket for it as well. Asking $900 ono. It is out of my car and ready go.
  10. Local PARTS for sale

    SR20 block - pretty bare, probably use it for a unique-ish coffee table once it's clean - $50ono.
  11. WTB - LOCAL ONLY

    Looking for a 2 way LSD.
  12. Local PARTS for sale

    RB20DET engine forsale (includes turbo, coilpacks, ecu, etc) - $1000. Compression checked even 120.
  13. Local PARTS for sale

    So I bought another skyline and I need to sell bits off it to recover some money. I will post up what I can spare but if you are after anything, ask as it might be spare. R32 Radiator - $120 RB20 Coil packs - $100 GKtech hicas lock bar - $90 R33 knuckle with hubs - $70 each R32/S13 Rear Coilovers (Tein???) - $180 I will also be breaking down a RB20DET once it's out, most likely be separating in pieces such as: - Long motor - Inlet manifold with injectors - Turbo and exhaust manifold - CAS - Coilpacks I also still have most of the S14 parts that I was previously selling.
  14. The "i can lend you" thread

    Yeah, I've got some. Never used them before. I'm in Calwell if your interested.
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