I've seen wheel hop in a zed caused purely by worn out shocks. Replaced shocks or added coil overs and hop became minimal.
The softest setting all round.
Anything it more is uncomfortable.
Then again, I'm in FNQ where the bitumen has the smoothness of a cane paddock.
PM regarding nose panel
Item Name: 1993 300zx TT 2+2 Auto
Item Price: $7000
Item Condition:Very good
Item Location: Cairns, North Queensland
Sounds like you are on to something with the TPS. What does it read at full throttle?
May also be worth doing a vac/boost leak test.
They handle a lot of abuse/power. At 600NM I'd be temped to leave it 'as is'. They are cheap to buy at least.
Ill take 2 please
As above, thermal expansion. Water expands as it heats up.
Most clamps have a normal screwdriver head plus a hex head that you can put a tiny spanner or socket on. Otherwise you can buy screw drivers...
I would do both. If its a major leak you should be able to find it either hot or cold.
At that price Id take one.
Got mine, its perfect.
Mines been repaired by some genius in Japan. Amazing what they can do with tin steel and pop rivets. They really really wanted to reuse that shroud.
Ive used Tridon worm drive clamps that you can buy at supercheap on those hoses.
Touch wood no issues.
Thats how it should be.
Depends on what stroke the motor 'rests' on after shutdown but if its the right position it can start seemingly instantly.
You can buy a similar thing from Super cheap. Works great.
Im in. Can transfer money when your ready.
When warm or straight away on a cold straight away on a cold start?
Cheers guys. The car isn't even registered so I'm certainly not driving it. Just noticed as its up on stands at the moment.
And yes replace it...
And mine is developing a slow leak where that hose pushes onto the barb. I can feel the hose is old and perished. Any tips?
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