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Old 12-29-2009, 02:17 PM   #1
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Small Questions Thread (SEARCH FIRST! Use this instead of making NEW threads)

Okay you sloppy *SNIP*,

This shit is getting ridiculous. Since there has been an amazing outburst of threads that contain small insignificant questions that don't need their own threads, here is a thread where they can all go.

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4) This is for small/dumb/personal questions. IE: "What should I buy next? Why won't my car start? What is camber? How many quarts of oil should I fill up? Why doesn't my knockoff wheels impress zilvia? Where can I order this part?" et cetera

MOST IMPORTANTLY, use your fucking head before you post a question that easily could have been found using the search feature. If you think your question deserves its own thread, at least give this one a try first you might be surprised one answer will do the trick.

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Old 12-29-2009, 03:52 PM   #2
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i agree that it is ridiculous. however a thread like this is similar to that of a 4 letter nissan website.

a thread like this will definitely unclutter the forum, however a thread like this will definitely be for the super lazy.

but anyway:

what's the proper way to install the s14 Euro Zenki headlights so that the high beams work? I've heard that they use the H3 bulb, should an H4 -> H3 converter harness do the trick, or where can i find a H3 plug to rewire my harness in order for the high beams to work correctly?
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Old 12-29-2009, 05:21 PM   #3
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Will this show up in the search, so people don't ask the same question more than once...
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i don't see why not. that's assuming people search before they post.

i've got a dumb one that i've seen conflicting and incomplete answers for.
what's the ID and max power levels of the common MAFS s13, s14, N60, N62, Q45 (P60?)? throw in more if you know them.

Car - MAF code - max pwr - diameter
s13 KA - G60 - 260whp - mm
s13 SR
s14 KA - G70 - 260whp - 62mm
s14 SR - - 270whp - mm
Q45 - P60 - 350whp - 90mm
maxima - N60 -
z32 - N62 -
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Old 12-29-2009, 07:16 PM   #5
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What does the trim piece that is supposed to cover this sunroof bolt look like? I am going through boxes of parts trying to reassemble my interior, but not knowing what exactly I am searching for makes it that much harder to search for it. Thanks!

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i agree that it is ridiculous. however a thread like this is similar to that of a 4 letter nissan website.

a thread like this will definitely unclutter the forum, however a thread like this will definitely be for the super lazy.

but anyway:

what's the proper way to install the s14 Euro Zenki headlights so that the high beams work? I've heard that they use the H3 bulb, should an H4 -> H3 converter harness do the trick, or where can i find a H3 plug to rewire my harness in order for the high beams to work correctly?

not sure about the other things, but i know for a fact you can go to advance auto parts and get harnesses (both male, and female) for just about any kind of light bulb. If they don't have it they can order it (if the guy behind the counter knows what he's doing)

bravo on this thread btdubs.

my question: are there any ways I can get rid of my leaking sunroof? It leaks air at speeds over 90mph and makes this terrible screeching sound. Something I can do about this short of getting rid of the sunroof.
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What does the trim piece that is supposed to cover this sunroof bolt look like? I am going through boxes of parts trying to reassemble my interior, but not knowing what exactly I am searching for makes it that much harder to search for it. Thanks!


hope that helps
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Will this show up in the search, so people don't ask the same question more than once...
Yes, you can also use the search function WITHIN this thread.

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i don't see why not. that's assuming people search before they post.

i've got a dumb one that i've seen conflicting and incomplete answers for.
what's the ID and max power levels of the common MAFS s13, s14, N60, N62, Q45 (P60?)? throw in more if you know them.
Stock MAF for s13 and s14 reads out at 260 hp. Someone else can chime in on the others.
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What does the trim piece that is supposed to cover this sunroof bolt look like? I am going through boxes of parts trying to reassemble my interior, but not knowing what exactly I am searching for makes it that much harder to search for it. Thanks!

picture from my car:



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not sure about the other things, but i know for a fact you can go to advance auto parts and get harnesses (both male, and female) for just about any kind of light bulb. If they don't have it they can order it (if the guy behind the counter knows what he's doing)

bravo on this thread btdubs.

my question: are there any ways I can get rid of my leaking sunroof? It leaks air at speeds over 90mph and makes this terrible screeching sound. Something I can do about this short of getting rid of the sunroof.
very common problem most people fix it with washers to increase tension

here's another solution

Quiet as a mouse s13 sunroof fix - Nissan Forums: Nissan Forum
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Haha i was almost going to start a new thread but found this first.
How good/quiet are the resonators they sell at the "mom & pop" muffler shops?? Anyone rockin one? i need to get one for my loud ass exhaust but cant decide whether to just cheap out & go with one of these & get it over with or go with aftermarket like vibrant performance or something..anyone??
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Haha i was almost going to start a new thread but found this first.
How good/quiet are the resonators they sell at the "mom & pop" muffler shops?? Anyone rockin one? i need to get one for my loud ass exhaust but cant decide whether to just cheap out & go with one of these & get it over with or go with aftermarket like vibrant performance or something..anyone??
all exhaust resonators are generally the same

usually it mellows the tone out to more a of a HUM rather that a loud raspy sound

they look like this on the inside



no point in really SPLURGING for an exhaust unless you really love a certain tone a market exhaust has

if you want to quiet it down maybe you should get a muffler welded into your exhaust

they have some small ones that may do the trick for clearance / weight
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Old 12-29-2009, 10:51 PM   #11
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I have a mom & pop resonator on my exhaust. Works pretty good, car sounds deeper.
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im gonna start with a offset one i've been wanting to get help, was gonna start a offset question thread but knew that would not end well so forgot it...
my question is...
im trying to fit something like a 245-255 tire in the back maybe a 235 tire in front STOCK fenders (maybe some 20mm fronts but that's a big maybe) with roll and NO pull
what would be a good width/offset on a 18inch wheel to acomplish this?
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Old 12-29-2009, 11:50 PM   #13
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im gonna start with a offset one i've been wanting to get help, was gonna start a offset question thread but knew that would not end well so forgot it...
my question is...
im trying to fit something like a 245-255 tire in the back maybe a 235 tire in front STOCK fenders (maybe some 20mm fronts but that's a big maybe) with roll and NO pull
what would be a good width/offset on a 18inch wheel to acomplish this?
need more information s13 / s14?

those tire sizes are fine you just may not be able to go as low without rubbing

just run a 235/40 in the front

245/40/18


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Old 12-30-2009, 09:40 AM   #14
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Stock MAF for s13 and s14 reads out at 260 hp. Someone else can chime in on the others.
wheel or crank?

i'm going to edit my post as i get more info.
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I need a new wiper washer fluid motor...whats the part code on courtesy parts?

I smacked the motor and it started working before and now its dead again.

This is one that controls the fluid that comes out of the nozzles onto your windshield (if someone is confused)
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need more information s13 / s14?

those tire sizes are fine you just may not be able to go as low without rubbing

just run a 235/40 in the front

245/40/18
sorry about that... it's for a s13 fastback, im not looking to go fitment whore thread low so that won't be a real problem... yeah f235/r245 is ok with me, so what wheel width offset would be easy to manage into that?
any idea on a decent rim size/offset (That's kinda my real question...) i want advice on this from fellow zilvians cause i've been tearing myself up on what size to use for this...

thanks!
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i recently installed gr+ coilovers on my s13 and it is pretty low (not slammed though). my good 'ole jack can no longer slide under the frame rails! what jacks do you guys use for your lowered vehicles? using my emergency/spare tire jack to lift the car just enough to fit the floor jack under is such a pain in the ass. so what do you use? how much was it? where did you buy it? how do you like it? one more thing, has anybody used those wheel ramps successfully on a lowered s13?
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i recently installed gr+ coilovers on my s13 and it is pretty low (not slammed though). my good 'ole jack can no longer slide under the frame rails! what jacks do you guys use for your lowered vehicles? using my emergency/spare tire jack to lift the car just enough to fit the floor jack under is such a pain in the ass. so what do you use? how much was it? where did you buy it? how do you like it? one more thing, has anybody used those wheel ramps successfully on a lowered s13?
1. not baller - wood from home depot $???
2. a little baller - teeny tiny low clearance ramps (search ebay) - $50
3. baller - a second aluminum jack - $100+

the little ramps do work. for most people anyway.
the big ramps (i.e. pepboys ramps) will obviously not.
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^what???????????

none of that answered any of my questions, but thanks..
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^what???????????

none of that answered any of my questions, but thanks..
perhaps you missed what i thought was the rather obvious inherent step of driving the car onto the wood/low profile ramp to gain additional vertical clearance.

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and i hope you know you shouldn't be jacking from your frame rail. use the stock jacking points. 4 spots designated on the bottom pinch welds. crossmember for the front and differential for the rear.

the real problem is getting to the front cross member. none of the standard low profile aluminum "racing" jacks can really get there under zilvia low + aero conditions. the only one i can think of that might stand a chance is

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im asking about floor jacks.
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then follow the link, grasshopper. a super low jack awaits.
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coo thanks for the link! i used to jack the vehicle using the front cross member and differential, but thats next to impossible now. i do put the jack where the pinch welds are, but i have to use an emergency jack in order to get some clearance (pain in the ass and more time consuming) thanks again
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sorry about that... it's for a s13 fastback, im not looking to go fitment whore thread low so that won't be a real problem... yeah f235/r245 is ok with me, so what wheel width offset would be easy to manage into that?
any idea on a decent rim size/offset (That's kinda my real question...) i want advice on this from fellow zilvians cause i've been tearing myself up on what size to use for this...

thanks!
180sx ideal fitment goes as 18x9.5 +12 rear 17x9+15 front (GTR sizes)

check this video out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq0ImlHCkVU

he runs 225/40/18 in the rear with 4.5 camber slight pull but he's also SLAMMED

less camber will mean not as low to not rub along with larger tire size

but you can still make it look good

as far as 18's up front you're gonna run into fitment issues with a 18 and 235 tire so you'll need to bang the metal inside the well ALOT

here's a 235/40/18

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OK. So I've got Tanabe Pro-Seven coils on my S13 in the rear. I wanted to lower it more, but there is a little plug on the bottom that doesn't allow me to keep moving the rings up. Someone told me that these are supposed to have an electronic control? Anyone know? Thanks.
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im gonna start with a offset one i've been wanting to get help, was gonna start a offset question thread but knew that would not end well so forgot it...
my question is...
im trying to fit something like a 245-255 tire in the back maybe a 235 tire in front STOCK fenders (maybe some 20mm fronts but that's a big maybe) with roll and NO pull
what would be a good width/offset on a 18inch wheel to acomplish this?

A few people have replied to this already but it really depends on your ALIGNMENT!

Some people can run 9.5"+ wide with low offsets and a 245/40/18, with just a roll but they are running 3*+ of camber.
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A few people have replied to this already but it really depends on your ALIGNMENT!

Some people can run 9.5"+ wide with low offsets and a 245/40/18, with just a roll but they are running 3*+ of camber.
to both you and s0apgun thanks for the advice, i have no problem cutting banging and rolling the fenders of the inside of the wheel wells. I'm not asking just to have a insane fitment, i track my car not only drift but grip also so to much negativa camber and all that isn't really something i would like to have to do... but like s0ap said earlier, more camber cause of the low height which i don't plan on being slammed either so i can try and work around that... i was planning on doing a x9.5 +15 all around but the most i have seen without a pull with those are F225/R235... that's why i'm asking maybe for a better size/offset combination for my goal maybe somebody had a good advice

thanks guys!
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Good idea for a thread.

Alright, I've got one that I simply just haven't gotten around to really looking into much.

Once in awhile when I switch the wipers on it simply gets stuck in the on position. Not the switch itself, as I'll put it in the off position and the wipers will still keep going.

It's not the switch as I've tried 3. To my knowledge I haven't messed with the wiring concerning the wipers.

Any ideas where I should be checking first to fix this small, but irritating issue.
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to both you and s0apgun thanks for the advice, i have no problem cutting banging and rolling the fenders of the inside of the wheel wells. I'm not asking just to have a insane fitment, i track my car not only drift but grip also so to much negativa camber and all that isn't really something i would like to have to do... but like s0ap said earlier, more camber cause of the low height which i don't plan on being slammed either so i can try and work around that... i was planning on doing a x9.5 +15 all around but the most i have seen without a pull with those are F225/R235... that's why i'm asking maybe for a better size/offset combination for my goal maybe somebody had a good advice

thanks guys!
wouldn't recommend a 18x9.5 in the front unless you have some kind of overfender
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