What have you done to your zed today? Part 4............

Discussion in 'Z Related - Non Technical' started by Vader, Jun 17, 2014.

  1. jimmeyz

    jimmeyz Member

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    Finally installed my illuminated kick sills :)


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  2. bret

    bret Member

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    C719FDDF-AAB8-4467-A372-181F50713CC7.jpeg 8CD1DA9A-AF6B-4537-8D9B-8EA4DCEDB38F.jpeg 9F239031-ACEB-4B92-9CC0-010ECE40D932.jpeg Well mine has ended up being a complete respray and rebuild putting engine bay back together atm then I have to atack the rest hopefully it will b finished in 6 months
     
  3. Sanouske

    Sanouske Retired Moderator

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    not myself, but the golden retriever puppy decided to try eat the front bumper around the fog lights, both sides and a little above the fog lights on the drivers side. needless to say the paints well fkd and we have a nice fur rug now.









    fur rugs optional at this stage.
     
  4. jimmeyz

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    Replaced the rear hatch struts, it's nice to have the hatch open itself. Also fitted some hood struts, they work well :)
     
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    geron National Petroleum Equipm

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    Replaced both (nearly 30yo) O2 sensors with new Bosh units from Z1 which are pretty much identical to OEM but thicker wires. Easy job on Auto Z using the correct tools :)

    Battery removal is required for the LHS sensor for easy access.
    RHS, easy as, all done from the top.
    Copper grease on threads during installation.
     
  6. jetett

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    20180915_071310.jpg Went to UAS for a tune, upgraded from a nistune to link g4+

    14psi 271rwkw

    17psi 304rwkw

    Injectors at 80% but happy with power...

    Stock motor, High flowed auto turbos, big smic, 550cc injectors, 3inch split dumps to 2 1/2 system, walbro 460 pump, turbosmart fpr...

    The dips in the graph is wheel spin
     
  7. subpowerz

    subpowerz New Member

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    Jimmeyz - where did you get those doors sills from? They look good.

    Spent most of the day pulling trim apart to find an stop rattles. Then a wash and wax :)

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    Damn, I guess it's a good thing, I should spend that $$ on other parts.
     
  11. pmac

    pmac Z,, IT'S COMPLICATED!!!!!

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    Recovered interior panels over the weekend.
    Grey microfibre cloth and black leather on the centre cover.
    -3 Stainless steel braided clutch line. IMAG3131.jpg IMAG3128.jpg IMAG3128.jpg Clutch line.jpg
     
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    Though for a LHD car. Z1's single piece clutch cable still works nicely, despite the extra length (coiled neatly).
    Anyway 2 air bleed points are better than 3 and down to 2 connection potential leak points rather than 7
     
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    RHD work even better and readily available in AUS
     
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    pmac Z,, IT'S COMPLICATED!!!!!

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    Don't know what the Z1 hose (not cable) cost but that cost me $56, all Speedflow fittings and hose bought from Couplers Perth.
    Its for an aftermarket master cyl to T56 6 speed though.
     

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