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Old 11-08-2016, 10:26 AM   #31
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aem ems mounted and cleaned up some wiring. Really need to paint the floor..




bought a 2.5 lb fire extinguisher, hopefully I won't use it.


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Old 11-14-2016, 10:44 AM   #33
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Had the car dynoed at Natural Aspirations over the weekend.








Happy with the dyno result. especially the torque. (Please read below edit)

keep in mind that my car still has a cat so Chris had to pull a lot of timing out. There was too much back pressure.





Mounted a new camera mount I got from ebay lol. super cheap! Can't believe I was using more expensive one that did the worse job.. this one is sturdy.





Edit (4/11/2017) :

I've been battling high exhaust temp and I have opened my engine after running this tune for a few track days.

Bad news : piston edge melted from excessive temp.

Chris @ Natural Aspirations is a nice guy and he is willing to help, but I would not go back to him for another tune.

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Old 11-15-2016, 03:55 PM   #34
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Old 11-17-2016, 01:16 PM   #35
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I like this build a lot. When are the regas going on?
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I like this build a lot. When are the regas going on?
Thanks man.

Unfortunately, had to sell the regas to move up to 18" (going 275s square setup)

bought some wheels and tires. will post pics soon.

Anyone going to 12/3 SOW?
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Update from SOW CCW event


This time I went with Nexen SUR4 because I've never tried them and heard many good things. They handled great and did not get greasy as quickly as the rs3s.


Arrived at the track and signed up for Nissan Challange.

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

All of the work paid off and I had a problem-free day (almost) which is always nice.

Ended up beating my M3 time and also won the nissan challenge class 2.

I'm looking forward to next event! first I need to change my turbo gasket

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Old 12-16-2016, 10:18 AM   #41
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yeah I'm tuning the car this Friday so hopefully s4 will perform well.

I used stock nuts and locking plate on the turbo to manifold side. I've had a lot of problems in the past using aftermarket headers where those back out, but with stock manifold, it should be good.

To drill the bolts, you just hold the bolt tight and use drill press.
It's funny that I'm quoting myself.. Well the manifold to turbo bolts, as well as, turbo to elbow bolts all backed out a little (heard from exhaust leak). This was going to be a tough battle against the heat and vibration.





So I decided to have the flanges welded. I wasn't comfortable with welding cast iron to cast steel, so heliarc_hustler handled it!






Also changed out the junk gasket to nissan 4 ply from s14 SR.






Started on the over fenders. Will update once I'm done!

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Old 12-16-2016, 10:35 AM   #42
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Safety wired bolts backed out tiny bit (verified by re-torquing) and obviously couldn't move from that point on.

Out of 5 bolts that are on the turbo to elbow, only 4 were safety wired, one that was not wired backed out good couple turns.
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why are the bolts popping out like that?
Usually daily driving / wide open throttle for 10-20 seconds at a time doesn't really affect the bolt coming loose as much.
With this car, it's always boosting and staying at a higher temp. (around 1000-1500 degrees Fahrenheit and above 4000 rpm for 10-20 mins at a time) On top of that, I'm shaking the car left and right going through the turns. This puts a lot of stress on all of the turbo parts.

My turbo to manifold bolt loosening was actually caused by one of the broken tabs (oem locking tab) that hold the nut in place. I should have safety wired them looking back.

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Thanks for the suggestion but I've welded the flanges now so it shouldn't come off. (hopefully) if it does, make sure to tell me "I told you so"
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I'm about to have my turbo welded to my manifold... tired of this shit,.
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I've never gone through one of the turbo-to-manifold gaskets... I always use new hardware and put everything together off the car though. Usually putting a wrench on it and then hitting that with a hammer to lock it down @ 83 billion ft lbs does the trick.
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I'm about to have my turbo welded to my manifold... tired of this shit,.


I got new Inconel studs with Stage8 locking nuts from Flyin' Miata, shit better work for $120 for four studs/nuts..


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I've never gone through one of the turbo-to-manifold gaskets... I always use new hardware and put everything together off the car though. Usually putting a wrench on it and then hitting that with a
hammer to lock it down @ 83 billion ft lbs does the trick.
haha pacotaco, keep in touch! it was nice meeting you.

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Inconel studs!! how much were they? I'm sure they will hold fine.






Installed overs / cheap mirrors and painted them. It was my first time painting alone with a gun; and there are alot of overruns. I'm happy it's one color

Prepping for laguna seca on 26th.. I hope to make it out there..

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OHLINS!?! How do you like them? I'm really jealous, and i hope your event at Laguna Seca goes well!
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It was $120 for the Inconel studs and Stage8 lock nuts from FlyinMiata. They don't sell the studs separately.


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I like them alot! From my past experiences, set of good shocks always ride very well (comfortable) on the street and holds up when you are cornering hard. (given that it has adequate spring rates) Thank you!

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Man that's some baller hardware. hope it goes well!


Did few things last night.


went to APR and picked up a gurney flap. Hope I can tell the difference.


Also rerouted my intake as I don't think pulling dirty air from the bottom is the smartest thing.

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Let me know how this works out! I was planning on welding my manifold to turbo as well lol
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Didn't get to go to Laguna seca as the wheel bearing on my 4runner decided to give out..

It would have been nice but I guess there is always next time.


Fixed the wheel bearing and took it off roading. Lots of fun.


Locked the key one day and this happened lol

I wanted to block off unnecessary openings on the front bumper.


I used NACA duct to pull in cold air to the intake




Still need to build a shield around the filter.


some carbon plate and duct tape to cover off rest of the area




started with the splitter. Store that sells allumalite was closed so will be working on that soon.

Happy new year!

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I went to denco (http://www.dencosales.com/index.html) yesterday to buy some alumalite / aluminum composite panel but they didn't have anything thicker than 6mm. I am gonna search little more to look for it. worst case scenario, I'll buy plywood.
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I'm following this thread. I need to make a splitter to protect my bumper not so much for performance.
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Hi, I just wanted to let you know im your new biggest fan. I could have warned you about the 4 turbo to manifold nuts being the #1 issue. After years of troubleshooting my only option was to safety wire, but when I had my turbo out last time I didnt even want to try to figure it out I decided I will just weld them together next time they come apart. I cant wait to see you at the next Nissan Challenge event. I saw your car up close at SOW but I had not seen your build thread til now. Woooo. I love 240 time attack builds done well.
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