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Old 03-30-2017, 09:01 AM   #31
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do the circled bolts come out from that side or are they captured in there somehow? tried to replace my steering shaft bushing with an aluminum one and felt like i was gonna break something lol, if not ill just go from the other side once i get my car all torn apart

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Those are in there somehow, remove the nuts.
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do the circled bolts come out from that side or are they captured in there somehow? tried to replace my steering shaft bushing with an aluminum one and felt like i was gonna break something lol, if not ill just go from the other side once i get my car all torn apart

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I just did this last night. The circled bolts correspond to the pictured nuts. They are lock nuts so they're just a pain in the ass to loosen. Circled bolts are 13mm and the nuts are 12mm.
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Took the first ride last night.
Went to the gas station, got some gas, checked under the hood and came home.

Noticed some weird noises, so I investigated them tonight. My driver side dust shield was rubbing on the rotor. Not sure how/why it moved, but it did. I bent it out of the way.

My power steering felt like garbage. Did some more bleeding, which made things much smoother, but there was still a terrible grinding noise. After some investigation the solid steering bushing was rubbing on the firewall. I refused to take my whole turbo side off, so I jammed a few screw drivers in there, hammered em in, wiggled em around, and nothing rubs anymore. I'll take it for another drive tomorrow night, and if everything feels good, i'll go get an alignment saturday morning.

New turbo sounds pretty cool, but definitely need some tuning. I assumed a similarly sized turbo my AFR's would be DECENT, but I was wrong. It'll be fine for cruising, for now. Hopefully next weekend I can talk travis into tuning.




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Old 04-26-2017, 06:59 PM   #36
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Been chillin. Finally got my turbo timer to work after 3 years of it chillin. Also, figured out why my wipers kept blowing fuses..



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Got down with some dynamat this weekend, tryna keep things a bit quieter in the cab.


Friend of mine made me a full titanium hood prop. Its awesome.




Aside from that, been chillin.




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By quiet you mean you're trying to keep that torque monster from pulling a wheelie off the line. I gotcha.

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Nice update, this car is really nice!! Hood prop is too cool haha I would buy one if he'd make some more!!
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Caught a pretty bad case of low oil pressure...nothing detrimental, but I wasn't very happy. Figured i'd change the oil and see what happens, same results. So parked the car, and ordered a new oil pump and front cover, as well as a new oil pan. With a some welding and a little help wrenching from Travis, its back together.






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Old 10-19-2017, 09:05 AM   #44
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Will do. Wish that the xcessive pan didn't sit 1/2" lower, otherwise i'd be all over it.

Any pictures of what you did poorman?

Also, pulled my engine/trans yesterday. Trans drain plug wasn't very thrilled.


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Not having the upper radiator support is a game changer for pulling/installing engines
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how did that dynamat end up working for you?

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Not having the upper radiator support is a game changer for pulling/installing engines
For sure. I got another OEM one that wasn't fucked up and it will be BOLT in. Made life MUCH easier.

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Its hard to say. I mostly drive with the windows down which drastically makes things louder. However, with the windows up the car seems pretty quiet. However, everything fuckin rattles so I just turn the radio up anyways.

Stay tuned for some updates in the next few days/week.
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However, everything fuckin rattles so I just turn the radio up anyways.
But this is such a well put together/ quality build. Is this due to solid mounts?
I f'n hate the squeak, creeks and rattles in my s14. I assumed a LOW mileage or well built/restored s-chassis would be the answer.

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But this is such a well put together/ quality build. Is this due to solid mounts?
Thanks for the kind words. All in all, 240's are shit buckets. S14's seem to have a bit more comfort than the 13's. And yeah, I'd ASSUME if I didn't have solid engine/trans/subframe bushings that things would be a bit more comforting. However, I didnt' build the car to drive in comfort.

Sacrifice comfort for style and speed.
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Welp, heres the big update.

As you can see, my lower radiator support was crooked. Really, fucking crooked. I always did my best to hide it very well, and now im sure you'll all good back and look at how my radiator support was bent, the brackets were angled etc. It always bothered me, and it was time to fix it. Unfortunately don't have pictures, but what Travis and I did was basically drill the spot welds and pull it forward and straight again. There was some yanno, hammering and cutting but it was good enough. I carfaxed the car, and its been in 2 front end collisions, so, No surprise here.

I also cut the spot welds out of the sheet metal behind the headlights. Considering my harness doesn't clip there and I don't have pop ups, all I had there was a few grounds and the stuff for my retrofit on them. All that stuff was bent and mangled too, so it was a good time to replace it.





I spent the last week doing tons of sanding, cutting, welding and test fitting. Made some replacement panels, bolted in the new upper support and mocked everything up.


Finally, today was the day. Travis came back and laid some fresh statutory grape.. This time, as a base/clear with some flake. The first time it was just a single stage urethane.





While I was in there, I filled in the stupid triangles where the harness used to run, and always get my bay filthy. Pretty awkward to tack in by yourself. I didn't go overboard making them look pretty cause they're rather hidden anyways.



In the mean time, Travis had also made me a aluminum distributor delete cover for my KA to replace my xcessive one that (i'm not going to name names....but) someone dropped and cracked by accident.


Overall, I couldn't be happier with how this turned out.
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I really like the way the bay turned out with the removable Factory core support!! purlple looks dope too!

I dont drive my car when its wet (obviously when there is a freak storm, shit happens) because there is nothing behind the headlights to stop water from getting to the bay (filter and coil is back there). when time lets me, i might be using your design when i re-do my bay
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Just curious, how do you convert a KA on a dizzy to one with coilpacks? How do you handle the distributor assembly?
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My AEM V2 standalone controls them. Basically wire them in, change some bullshit in the standalone.

It was a bit of a challenge to figure out the settings because all of the old threads on it were for AEM v1 which had a different lay out. However, if anybody needed the settings I could send my map and figure out the changes. Basically the distributor doesn't have a cap and acts more like a CAS (think SR) and tells the computer timing stuff.
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Just been poking around a bit, installing the bolt on stuff back into my bay and cleaning up some wiring, i'm sure we're all guilty of doing some ugly wiring that you can't see.

I tapped into the OEM wiring when I put my speedhut gauges in and it was a mess, but it worked. It was always a pain to get the cluster out because everything was hard wired in and I couldn't easily get to the plugs on the chassis harness to unplug the cluster sub harness. So, I pulled that out, gutted the wires I didn't need, added 2 plugs and made it a touch more tidy and easy to remove. The before/after:



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I also wanted to clean up and gut my engine and trans harnesses. The engine harness was just a mess from adding in separate harnesses for the AEM IAT/MAP sensors and LS coils. I wanted it to be one nice and neat harness. Realistically it counts for nothing as the entire harness runs through the trans tunnel and you can't even see it when the engine is in place, but it was just a pain to work with. This will keep everything nice and neat. I'm probably going to get a 5 pin plug for the single wires by the connector for the power/ground to the coils, 2 wires for the wideband, and 1 for the fan trigger.


All thats left of the trans harness is starter, alternator, one plug for the speed sensor on the trans (because the plug for the reverse lights is wired into the chassis cause it never worked in the lower harness, and still didn't when I tested it today) and the plugs that go to the fuse box.


Scooped up these LI Customs radiator brackets, because now that my radiator will sit straight against the support they'll look nice.


Going to start tearing down the KA in the next week or so, three cheers for disappointment
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