Discussion in 'Member's Garage' started by DUB, Apr 26, 2010.
LHD might need to be another 400mm longer but not THAT much longer
How can you have banjo bolts at both ends? The clutch master has a threaded flared fitting. I'm not sure about the slave but I thought it was similar.
i sware from memory when i put it on 2 weeks ago it was banjo at both ends... could be off, ill have to have another look :/
No problems, all it means that now it that will seal with copper washers on either side of the banjo fitting instead if sealing on the flare very common to do in tight spaces and wont be a problem at all
that's how long it should be. from master to slave
mines different. i have a tapped fitting coming out the passenger side, just looked and confirmed both ends are banjo bolts.... if it comes out the side it needs to doa 90deg turn thus the fitting
manual kit came from Evz wrecked zed which was maybe 92+?
Dont worry mate. It will be OK
Love this car.. wanna sell ?
Depends on what the offer is really
The billet short motor is assembled now, just got the heads to be sorted and to choose some cams before bolting on the new turbos and getting some AMS manifolds. Then it's all going bck into the engine bay finally
what billet parts did you get? who made them and what snails are you running?
if they are true billet rods then WOW.
Wiseco pistons and Eagle H-beam rods.
Have got standard turbo housings with 2530 cores. Probably up to a max 1.2bar ceiling.
Dropped off 4 heads today to the engine reconditioners. Going to make one perfect pair and bolt them on to the short motor with ARP L19 headbolts (double OEM headbolt torque setting possible) and Cometic headgaskets. Anyone got a link as to how the 5 and 6 cylinder water jackets get modified to allow more cooloant flow to these rear-most cylinders?
If anyone needs a pair of heads I'll be selling the spare set if they aren't needed by the reconditioner.
"Here we see the extra water jackets that we discovered in the block that did not match up with head gasket or heads so we drilled these out for better cooling"
Quoted from UAS webpage, 'motorsports' section. Project 300zx page 3.
Finally back home and sitting on the work bench!
Just need some AMS manifolds and I can bolt the new turbos on. Also going to transfer some of the timing belt idler pulleys over from the old motor along with a new timing belt and tensioner.
nice tear down table
Yeah it makes a great vice mount too
Now the fun can begin!!!
go the MSP support the innovators !!
Looking like it's all coming together nicely, Brad.
Haven't I seen you posting how keen you are to get AMS 2.5" cooler piping
Nah, mainly cos all the piping is going to have to be custom made once the motor is back in the bay.
Brad, the second part of my comment was aimed at Simmo.
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