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    Australia NSW
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    Nissan Silvia
  • Car Model
    S15 JDM

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  1. sr20 oil ?

    If you change oil frequently then you won't need to buy the most expensive oils. Unless you're doing some racing where significant heat is introduced for a period of time in car's components - even the decent brands (not top of the line) will suffice.
  2. All diff EXPERTS help please !

    I'm not sure if S14's are the same as S15 in this area - but, check the hose connecting to the boost sensor unit that is usually found around the front right strut. The hose on mine has gone crunchy and split so it wasn't completely sealed as it connects to the boost sensor. Replaced it with a new hose and all problems solved.
  3. sr20 oil ?

    Nissan recommends 10w-40
  4. s15 with 17's & 45 profile tyre

    i believe you can but you can't lower the car. you might have to set it at stock height. or you can set camber to at least -3 front and rear. It will depend on how thick the tirewall would be on your chosen tyres. Not sure about +15, though
  5. sr20 oil ?

    10W-40 3.5 litres Popular synthetic brands that people use: Royal Purple Motul Mobil I would suggest Royal Purple. Runs smoother than Motul for me I haven't used any other oil than the first 2.
  6. Car seizure law ruled unconstitutional

    I think, if someone is careless enough to offend repeatedly then jail is the most effective way to ensure public safety. Eg. you have a repeat offender of drink driving who is average in terms of income. The gov can punish him as follows: 1. Put him in jail. You've taken his freedom to drive and endanger others. 2. Crush his car. He can buy another car or borrow someone else's car. Either way, he can still drive and endanger others. Taking property is ok in some areas of the law. Eg. if it was acquired through criminal acts such as selling illicit drugs or fraud like the Fonzy scheme (ripping people off using financial instruments/investments/derivatives). The gov can sell your property to try and recover some money for the injured parties. But taking your car because you can't drive for shit and follow rules is just a waste of time. Put the guy in jail and you've taken him out of the public domain. As mentioned previously, confiscating the car used for drink driving is like confiscating the knife/chainsaw/hammer/screwdriver that someone used to kill someone, instead of putting them in jail. You can always buy another car/chainsaw/hammer/screwdriver to repeat your crime.
  7. wakefield park best lap times

    Thanks - I saw that but thought it was more for pros since they were using semis and have decent power
  8. Australian Race Tracks

    Just to update the database and get comparisons on similarly modified S-Chassis Date: 01/10/12 ns nickname: fried rice Car Make and Model: S15 Silvia Circuit Name: Wakefield Park Lap time: 1:14:5 Timing method: Natsoft Modifications Engine: Tomei RAS, Tomei dump pipe, Blitz front pipe, aftermarket hi-flow cat (not metallic), Blitz Nur-Spec cat-back exhaust, 3A racing pod filter Power: 165kw Suspension: BC Coilovers/Cazman Tension Rods/ Ikeya Formula Tie Rods + all arms except LCA/ Whiteline swaybars/Subframe C-spacers/ front tower strut brace/Nismo tension rod brace Tyres: Advan Neova AD08 235/45/17 Brakes: Project Mu slotted floating rotor (front)/slotted (rear), QFM A1RM pads Other: Nismo gearbox mount, Nismo radiator cap, BOV blocked off, Volk TE37 Car weight: around 1300kg Natsoft Link: http://racing.natsof...40.98Z/Result?5
  9. wakefield park best lap times

    Just to update the database and get comparisons on similarly modified S-Chassis Date: 01/10/12 ns nickname: fried rice Car Make and Model: S15 Silvia Circuit Name: Wakefield Park Lap time: 1:14:5 Timing method: Natsoft Modifications Engine: Tomei RAS, Tomei dump pipe, Blitz front pipe, aftermarket hi-flow cat (not metallic), Blitz Nur-Spec cat-back exhaust, 3A racing pod filter Power: 165kw Suspension: BC Coilovers/Cazman Tension Rods/ Ikeya Formula Tie Rods + all arms except LCA/ Whiteline swaybars/Subframe C-spacers/ front tower strut brace/Nismo tension rod brace Tyres: Advan Neova AD08 235/45/17 Brakes: Project Mu slotted floating rotor (front)/slotted (rear), QFM A1RM pads Other: Nismo gearbox mount, Nismo radiator cap, BOV blocked off, Volk TE37 Car weight: around 1300kg Natsoft Link: http://racing.natsof...40.98Z/Result?5
  10. 17x9 +22 on s15 rear

    It's fine - no scrubbage even using 235/45 Advan Neova AD08 which have chunky sidewalls. Roll and slight pump on the guards are required but no verandah flares/lips. Street alignment with no more than -2 deg camber is attainable. Of course, you can get track alignment too without scrubbing. See my dp
  11. why does th oil line need to be raised on one side and not the other? I'm assuming you raise it to get the oil squirting at the lobe? backwards as it - shouldn't the cut out side face the camshaft as if it's been cut out to provide clearance for the cam lobe?
  12. sorry to revive an old thread. Just 1 question about that spacer - what does it actually do and why does it look backwards even if installed correctly?
  13. S15 Suspension/allignment

    are the wheels/tyres the same size and offset?
  14. S15 Knocking only when engine is warm

    1. change oil to 10w-40 2. get it on a dyno and check for engine knock 3. if knocking persist then refer to pagge 11 of Nissan S15 Service Manual - Engine Mechanical
  15. awesome build! can you give a detailed comparison between the standard 6-speed and the z32 gbox (with the 4.11 diff) in terms of street driveability? is it slower to get to 60/80/100/110 km/h and what revs does the engine sit at?
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