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  1. #31
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    Cheers man quite pleased with how the can came out!

    I've spaced up the coil pack cover to allow the heat out as it's not flush with the cover.

    Might put some louvres on it as well but currently incapacitated in hospital



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  2. #32
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    Sam's S15, replacing a very tired S13

    Quote Originally Posted by sam.wales.7543 View Post
    Might put some louvres on it as well but currently incapacitated in hospital
    Oh man hope you're alright!

  3. #33
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    Only a mild case of appendicitis haha I'm more annoyed about not being in the garage haha


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  4. #34
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    Right so this hasnít been updated in a very long time!!
    Silvia had done very well as a daily after my truck died, 110 miles each day for over a year!!!

    Last May the oil pump started giving out so that got changed

    Then in October this happened



    So obviously that was the end of my SR
    Took the crank to my local machining shop and they measured up the crank to find it was bent

    So after a bit of soul searching decided to get myself an RB!

    Removing some extra unnecessary bits


    Stainless exhaust studs
    Front facing plenum


    Going in


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  5. #35
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    After getting it sitting on the new R33 subframe with a relocated steering rack mountings (moved the mounts by 20mm) and my now de-powered steering rack

    Unfortunately my throttle body and fuse box wasted to occupy the same space

    So I had 2 options, move the fuse box or fit the original plenum, so naturally went with the stress free and easier option of moving the fuse box!



    All hidden in the glove box now


    Had a break from wiring and sorted the pipe work for the intercooler




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