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Drunken Monk

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About Drunken Monk

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    Nissan Silvia
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    180sx
  1. WTB TE37's or LMGT4's.

    I'm looking for a set of either te37's or LMGT4's. Considering the following sizes diameter 17 / 18 width 9 / 9.5 around +20 offset. Please no cracks / repairs / buckles. Must be in Melbourne. Thanks Josh
  2. R34 4 door uses r33 rear suspension/cradle and are mostly non hicas also.
  3. s14 / s15 / r33 will fit with offset bushes
  4. Stalactites fight in Melbourne

    Wasn't this from 5 years ago though?
  5. I'd be replacing the seals on the Nissan item well before buying a new aftermarket one.
  6. Did you bench bleed the bmc? I didn't do this once and had the same level of brakes as you describe. I also noticed this nifty invention last night, easy to make and will save you a lot of mess. Down the bottom of the page, bench bleed setup. http://www.lukekailburn.com/boostermc.html
  7. Diff compatibility...

    r33 lsd 4.3 / 4.11 diffs are hard to come by in ABS. you can use a non abs housing, swap over your companion flange (the input flange from the driveshaft) and make a bracket for the ABS sensor. i've done this, its fine if you get the pinion bearing preload set properly. you'll more than likely need to get the carrier bearing shims adjusted if you're swapping centres or crown wheels too.
  8. GKtech V2 camber arms - S15

    Last pic, c, then add the bolt on the back side of the turnbuckle to lock everything together.
  9. Varex exhaust

    its the same as a power window switch, 12v motor, easy to make and install.
  10. Student shot

    Security cameras we installed at work recently have auto-track capability, they follow moving objects and have auto zoom, 360 degree spin etc, so human interaction isn't necessary. One possible explanation
  11. HardRace Sway bars? Any good?

    You can purchase deregistration forms through third party companies. Some Facebook pages do them, few people on sau etc.
  12. HardRace Sway bars? Any good?

    you can buy second hand if you can find a whiteline, they're not something that wears out (other than the links / bushes). china ARB can be very shit, the ends are welded on rather than flattened / pressed and drilled, and the bars can be hollow and/or made from inferior metals. often stock is better than a POS china ARB
  13. The diff speed sensor may not look damaged but it's an electrical device that can fail. If you have checked all fuses then swap the sensor with a known working one and go from there. (Edit: Before swapping the sensor you can check the power to and from the sensor with a multimeter)
  14. good spare prices?

    $50 to $150 is the going rate for an r200 lsd.
  15. Depends if they're sealed units like old cusco or if you can separate the bearing housing to access the innards, or if they're press in replaceable type bearings which aren't common from what I've seen. The easiest solution would be to measure up Your current bearing plates and buy a matching sized set from another coilover producer, ie cusco, as they're often made to a universal size with the same dimensions and mounting holes. For instance cusco camber tops are interchangeable with ikeya(?) Formula.
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