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  2. hmmm, not quite complimenting for a s14. sorry mate, but its personal choice
  3. Stereotypical driver busted for speeding...

    i was about to say the same thing! but still... what an idiot not really, most parts of welly road is straight and down hill! very easy to get up speed. also he would have been in excess of 130km/h to 140km/h. may have been a gtr and not a gtst as someone said as they are cheap as now and plenty around. so what if its over the power to wieght ratio. majority of members here own cars that are over the power to weight ratio. and many of us have disable the speed restrictor/limiter. the cops were too linient, they should have impounded the car for at least 3 monts (extenuating circumstances are present to bypass the initial 48hr impound period). then they should take him to court and make him have a massive fine (about 5k) as well as court costs and impound and towing fees. then they should take away his priviledge to drive for at least 12 months and also give him about 12 months of a community based order at may be the alfred hospital trauma ward to see first hand the damage road accident have to the human body and the emmotional trauma that follows. angelo
  4. In Need Of A 180sx Head Light

    +1 for holfords. they might just have the loom and plugs that you need instead of the whole unit
  5. good mechanix in melbourne

    GSB Automotive in glen waverly is good too - for all types of cars.
  6. who's going....

    for sure! to bulla. cos its cheap for me (monash uni has a chalet for staff and students) costs about $120 (from memory) for the week and you get discounted rental and discounted passes for the lifts!
  7. Hi guys, Just bought an S15 and the interior is very scratched and scuffed up. I notice the lower surround of the dash and console (Grayish part with the Silvia badge on passenger side) has originally a painted finish from factory. It doesn't look like the actual plastic is 'impregnated' with colour, as the scratches on this part of the trim show the black coloured subgrade underneath. Is this/ these parts and parts of the centre console factory painted? If so this is great news as I can re paint them to make it look as new. Also if they are painted what is the paint or coour code of the trim on ADM S15s? And what paint is recommended to use if any of you guys done this before? Thank you, appreciate any help and feedback. Chris
  8. Hi all. I know this has been done before, but i am doing this again with a video to make it a bit easier for people to visualise what needs to be done! I have attached a video below of the process of installing the fog lights into your S15 weather they are factory or aftermarket the process is similar. This is a LOT easier and quicker if you have an imported S15 from japan, if you have an ADM (and possible NZD) s15, this process might be a bit longer for you, but will explain your extras in the write up and briefly in the video. Come along for the install! Written Tut! Ok so for those of you who would like some more info, or prefer a read up, here is is in a step by step fashion please drop any questions below! Step 1: You will need the following: - An S15 - A set of factory or aftermarket fog lights - You may also need some 6mm thread nuts and bolts and some washers from memory to mount the lights into the bumper - FOR IMPORTED SILVIA: - You may need an indicator stalk with the fog light switch, else you can follow the ADM/NZ optional Extras to get yours working. (if you are missing the stalk and want one, please PM me on YouTube as i am more likely to see it sooner, or you can PM me here and i will try get back to you as soon as i can with info on how to get one, or if i can source you one) - FOR ADM/NZ MODELS ONLY: - You will need a inline Fuse - Some wire (12 - 14 gauge) - A Switch which Turns you on.. ehem i mean, can be used to Turn on your Fog Lights (Honestly any switch which you would like to use will do, just keep in mind you need to mount this somewhere you can access it) Step 2 (optional): You may want to remove your front bumper for ease of access, or maybe not, i did, good luck should you choose not to Step 2.5: If you are trying to remove your bumper, i have circled the screw location in the video: - There are some near the wheel well closer to the wheel - One inside the bumper up near the light on each side -The ones at the front in between the lights - You may also have some at the bottom if you have a lip, or not Step 3: If your bumper has any mesh or covers where the fog lights go, you will need to remove them at this point. The ones from the non - Aero bar must be unscrewed from the inside, and then slid out from the inside. I assume those on the Aero Bumper are the same (if someone can confirm i will update Thanks) Step 4: Before we mount everything in place, we will test the lights to make sure they work! - If you have an imported SILVIA and are using the factory fog lights, please plug them both into the plugs which you can find around where they will sit on the bumper. If you cannot find the plugs, it is likely you have an ADM or NZ model of the S15, and you will need to do some additional work - If you are using aftermarket fog lights and you have a SILVIA with the plugs, you will need to create an adapter by buying the plug from a wrecker, or online if you can find them, or by using some spade connectors (probably the easiest option as i believe they will fit) - If you are using factory/aftermarket fog lights and you have an ADM/NZ model S15 without the plugs you will need to run wiring to the cabin yourself. Step 4.5(For ADM/NZ Models ONLY): You will need to make your own wiring for this, i am not 100% sure if your s15 comes with the relay or fuse, but no matter, we can do this without any factory wiring, follow the next few steps - You will need to create a plug which goes into your Fog Lights, weather they are factory or aftermarket, you should have 2 wires coming off each at this point. (i would use spade connectors as above but up to you) - You need to choose where you want to draw the power from at this point, You can grab it directly from the battery if you want, probably the easiest way, otherwise you will need to find a fuse you can tap into, i would use the battery but this is up to you. Find your power source. - Wire in your in-line Fuse, i recommend 30 amps, if you believe you know better please do as you like (we don't like fires here...) - Run your wire into the cabin if you are getting power from outside, there is a grommet under the driver side fender which does into driver foot well, run the positive cable into here and then wire in your switch and mount it somewhere accessible to you! - Run the negative off the switch back through the grommet and outside the cabin, into the bay, then rout it down to roughly where your fog lights will be - You will need to split your power source cable and make sure to leave some slack for each connector as you should plug them in before mounting the bumper back - Terminate the wire into either the proper connector or spade connectors (pick your poison) and then join both neg cables back together to make your life easy, and rout the neg to a bolt which connects straight to the chassy to ground the connection. Step 4.6(For SILVIA Import Model From Japan): - If you have an Indicator Stalk with the fog light switch, you do not need to follow the next part of this step - If you do not have the fog light switch on your stalk, you can either buy one and fit it, or follow step 4.5 to install the lights as you would in the ADM/NZ model, or you can do some research to find out where you can tap into the factory wiring in the cabin and just wire the switch in there (i did not go through this so cannot offer much assistance, but if you do go through this, please comment and let us know how you did it, would love to add the info to the Tutorial ) Step 5: Test your lights to see if they Turn on Step 6: If Step 5 was Successful go to step 7, if the lights did not come on, please make sure to check your wiring, or try reversing the polarity as you might have plugged positive into negative on the fog light. If this does not fix your issue, you need to make sure your wire is plugged in and perhaps try using a multi meter to test for power and ground. If you are using factory wiring make sure the fuse and relay are installed in the fuse and relay box Step 7: Unplug your lights and mount them into the bumper (factory will go straight in, just need the mentioned bolts from above) If you have aftermarket lights, you might need to make your own bracket. Step 8: Mount your bumper back onto the car and plug the lights in at the same time Step 9: Clean and final test! Step 10: Profit? Please post some pics below of how yours turned out and what you did. Keen to see outcomes. Please feel free to let me know if there is anything i missed as i would like to make this the most accurate and up to date tut there is. Thanks and good luck!
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  12. Fuel system for E85 advice

    I've fitted a Walbro E85 lift pump > Holley surge tank > Twin Inline Holley pumps (Ecu controls the 2nd pump) > Full braided lines to a Holley pressure reg/Twin inlet and 1x center outlet rail and 6x 1400cc injectors. Have a Holley inline fuel filter in the boot as well that is able to be serviced. That's hopefully 500ish rwkw's of headroom
  13. Adelaide Dyno Tuners

    Hey mate, Decs has always been great at G7, i'd head there if they can fit your car in. Anthony is at Glynde garage now if you still want him to run your car on the dyno though? Further South is Graham West workshop as well who are a good bunch.
  14. whatsapp on hp tablet

    I just hate the fact that desktop version needs to be connected to the phone. And if your phone isn't near, you won't be able to use the messenger. I always use convert pulsa exchange and I need the messenger for this purpose but if I forgot my phone at home, I can't use it.
  15. S15 Tyre Placard

    Normally tyre placard is inside drivers door sill, near the latch. Get one from here. http://rawsparts.com.au/product.php?id_product=308 Also if you can print onto waterproof paper you could make up one yourself. You could even add additional tyre sizes, if the sizes are within reason (i.e. same rolling circumference as stock).
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  19. S15 Tyre Placard

    Hey Guys, So this morning my lovely local highway patrol decided that they would pull over because 'my rear tyres looked a bit large" and that's where the fun began. So there was a few things that he decided to get me on. And one of them was for not having a tyre placard on the vehicle. From other forums and websites, it says that there should be one on the centre console lid. Would there be somewhere else that it would be located on an import? If not, where could i source one for? Vehicle - '99 S15 Spec R Import Thanks in advance!!
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  22. I need some help figuring out what diff I have. I was told that I have the R180 but I've read that the R180 didn't come in the S14 and that the r200 did instead. I have searched the internet but oddly enough it's been hard to find anything super clear on the differences and even images of both to clearly tell which is which. My current diff was welded but broke one day exiting a driveway that was on an decline. Now there's a revolving knock coming from the diff when the rear wheels are in motion. I lifted the car and could feel the knock on the diff when I placed my hand on it. Does anyone also know which differential would be a direct replacement where I wouldn't have to replace any other parts? I've read of some people having to replace drive shafts and other parts to be able to fit their new diffs. I'm trying to fix this for relatively cheap. I wouldn't mind replacing it with the same stock part or maybe even an aftermarket one that isn't like $500+. Yet, if richer knowledge suggests that as an inevitable route then I can consider the range. I'm mostly trying to avoid riding on a welded diff again. It is my only car and I've been biking for about a month since I've had no luck finding a replacement. I'm located in Japan and it's hard to communicate with the local shops what I am looking for if I cant say what I have currently. It's already difficult enough with the language barrier (currently studying Japanese). I hope I can get some good help and knowledge from you guys. Thanks a lot for your time and help in advance. BTW I've provided some pics of the diff so you have a visual. Thanks again!
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