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Old 05-12-2010, 11:00 AM   #1501
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Does anyone know what size lines would be used on the stock SR fuel rail/ fuel filter? -6 AN? Hoping to run braided lines/fittings, but I am not sure which size to order. Thanks in advance!
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is it suppose to be like this?
i dont get it, do i pull the fork out a lil?

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Old 05-12-2010, 11:42 AM   #1503
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Does anyone know what size lines would be used on the stock SR fuel rail/ fuel filter? -6 AN? Hoping to run braided lines/fittings, but I am not sure which size to order. Thanks in advance!
Yes, -6AN. I must warn though. It gets expensive. You can see a pic of my FPR with this hose on my build thread.

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is it suppose to be like this?
i dont get it, do i pull the fork out a lil?

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The shaft (so to speak) that pushes on the fork is designed to bend a little bit. As long as the fork is clipped to the pivot ball correctly, you have nothing to worry about. Besides, assuming it is firmly against the pivot ball, you couldn't slide it in or out. If you are able to, you'll need to remove the tranny and rest the fork and pins.
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Old 05-12-2010, 11:49 AM   #1504
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on 17/9.5/+15 wheels (battles), what size tires should I run if I have the front fenders rolled but not the rear. and the car is also about 2 inches ?
1993 s13 hatch

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sweet. i did push the fork for the clip to hold the pivot bearing.

another question

is there 8 relays in the engine bay driver side fuse box? or 7 relays?
its my bad, accidentally deleted all the pics in my digi cam. im relocating my fuse boxes. well not really, just moving it a lil.

i have a 1991 everything manual.
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Old 05-12-2010, 12:07 PM   #1506
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Yes, -6AN. I must warn though. It gets expensive. You can see a pic of my FPR with this hose on my build thread.
I knew you would know, thanks man! I have them ready to go in the shopping cart... and yes, you're right. I'm hoping to do the valve cover/intake/catch can lines as well, which I believe are -12 AN. I don't have a catch can yet, though. I'll check out your build for more info, thanks!
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Old 05-12-2010, 01:36 PM   #1507
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do we have a thread comparing seats?

im interested in the sparco chrono road but wanted to see if anyone else had this seat and how high/low it sits
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Old 05-12-2010, 01:43 PM   #1508
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does anybody know what is the best top 3 tires for stretching
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Old 05-12-2010, 02:21 PM   #1509
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does anybody know what is the best top 3 tires for stretching

look in here.

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sweet. i did push the fork for the clip to hold the pivot bearing.

another question

is there 8 relays in the engine bay driver side fuse box? or 7 relays?
its my bad, accidentally deleted all the pics in my digi cam. im relocating my fuse boxes. well not really, just moving it a lil.

i have a 1991 everything manual.
My driver's side relay box had 7. The 8th is for the "FR FOG" which are for the fog lights. I don't recall how many relays were blue or black though. You'll need to reference the FSM. The box covers says: ACC, N&P/Clutch, AIR CON, FR FOG, HORN, H/L RET DOWN, H/L RET, H/L RET.

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I knew you would know, thanks man! I have them ready to go in the shopping cart... and yes, you're right. I'm hoping to do the valve cover/intake/catch can lines as well, which I believe are -12 AN. I don't have a catch can yet, though. I'll check out your build for more info, thanks!
-12AN!!?? Are you sure that's the size you want? That's freaking massive. My oil cooler is using -10AN. I think you would want no bigger than -10AN for the 5/8" hose and -6AN for the 5/16" hose. Just make sure you get the right measurements as far as inner diameter. Also make sure you're getting the right fittings and adapters.

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do we have a thread comparing seats?

im interested in the sparco chrono road but wanted to see if anyone else had this seat and how high/low it sits
You should post in the picture request thread. http://zilvia.net/f/chat/169628-pic-...request+thread
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Old 05-12-2010, 07:18 PM   #1511
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Pardon my n00bness and lack of terminology but here goes:

I recently bought a pair of 25mm Powered by Max bolt-on spacers so I can space out my front wheels, Work Emotion CR Kai's 17x9 +38. After installing both wheels and spacers however, I am noticing a strange type of "humming" sound, as if something is rubbing against each other presumably the rotor against the spacer?

One thing I did notice when I took my wheel off is that the nuts that hold the spacer on were coming loose so I'm guessing that's what's causing the humming sound maybe?

This leads me to the purpose of this post...

How do I properly torque the spacers? For obvious reasons when the front is in the air and I'm trying to torque it down the hub/rotor spins freely..
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^Have a friend help you by applying the brakes as you tighten the bolts on for the spacers. Make sure to tighten them as you would your wheels. According to the FSM, the lug nuts should be torqued to 98-118Ft-lb.
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Old 05-12-2010, 08:53 PM   #1513
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100ftlbs FTW!!!

or for those of us with out torque wrenches, just step on it.

Ive never had a problem with anything loosening, of course that is assuming you weigh more than 100lbs
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Old 05-12-2010, 10:24 PM   #1515
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on 17/9.5/+15 wheels (battles), what size tires should I run if I have the front fenders rolled but not the rear. and the car is also about 2 inches ?
1993 s13 hatch

thanks
depends on what your going for.. stretched look, performance, dunked status, etc. i would do a 225/35/17.. but thats just me, and that'll look kinda stretched....I THINK.
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sooooo for lowered people with custom exhaust,

so sometimes when i go over a murder speedbump and all this scraping and junk hads and i alsohear a thud, probally thats my tranny, but either then that after i start driving i hear this scraping sound like if my rotor is grinding against my dust shield. but then after a while it goes away, any ideas?
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Old 05-13-2010, 12:07 AM   #1517
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I thought of that but I was hoping there might be an alternate solution lol. Thx
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My driver's side relay box had 7. The 8th is for the "FR FOG" which are for the fog lights. I don't recall how many relays were blue or black though. You'll need to reference the FSM. The box covers says: ACC, N&P/Clutch, AIR CON, FR FOG, HORN, H/L RET DOWN, H/L RET, H/L RET.



sweet. i was trippin bout only having 7 plugs and theres like 8 on the pics i found and on fsm.
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can I run 255's or 265's up front without tubs? S13...
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Can the wiper switch from the 96 SE model work on a 95 base model ?
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If both hoses feel hot (and it is not from heat soak), that is a good sign the thermostat is opening (which is good). Do they feel evenly hot?

Try bleeding the system: For a DOHC KA, let the car idle and as it warms up, open the bleeder screw on the intake manifold. It is right where the upper rad hose goes into the head. It is just bolt going into the intake. Undo it a few turns. Coolant should come out and and hopefully air bubbles should too. Check your coolant level in the radiator (becareful not to let it explode out on you if it is hot). Add a little if it is low. Turn the heat on high in the car, this will allow the coolant to circulate through the heater core/lines and push any air out. Bleed more air bubbles, add coolant, repeat. You may need to have the heat off for air bubbles to come out the bleeder.

Also, check tension on your water pump pulley belt. Make sure it is tight enough to spin the pump.

Replace the OEM temp probe sensor. Probably a cheap part. The coolant temp sensor is only ~$20 so I couldn't imagine the temp probe being more.

Don't drive it until you can get it to read more accurately or you can verify it is NOT overheating.
thanx man.. bleeding it seem to do the trick.. i'm trying to make this motor last while i put together my KADET!!
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What would be a good way to test if my rear window defogger works, in the garage?
I want to repair the wiring, but I am not sure how to go about actually testing it.

Also, does one end of it just go to a ground?
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^^ Yes, one end goes to ground. The FSM has about five or six pages in the Electrical System section for trouble shooting. You'll need a multimeter to measure volts and ohms. I'd tell you the page numbers, but I only have the S15 FSM with me right now.
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Will 5zigen FR01RC 17x10 +15 f/b tires 255/45r17 will fit on a s13 chuki hatch? or sould i get 20mm fenders to fit? OR go 17x9 in front with or with out fenders (SPL KTS coils with 2inch drop on ichaba 5 lug, with stock rotars drilled)
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^^ Yes, one end goes to ground. The FSM has about five or six pages in the Electrical System section for trouble shooting. You'll need a multimeter to measure volts and ohms. I'd tell you the page numbers, but I only have the S15 FSM with me right now.
Sounds good, thank you.

The reason I ask if one end only goes to a ground is because there is this wire coming out of the ground side. Is it a part of the defroster wiring, and if so, is it necessary?
As you can see mine is ripped off, and I have unsuccessfully tried tracing what it is supposed to go to.

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Pretty sure the ripped off wire used to have this oval connector on it, if that makes it easier for anyone to identify.
I have looked through the manual, but I did not see it in there. Thank you for any help.

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I don't have the oval part. Like your picture shows, this is all on the left side of the hatch.

Note: In the last picture, I'm looking up into the corner.
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Hmm, strange, wonder what the wire could be. But as long as the defroster will work without it I guess it does not matter. I will just cap it off.
Thank you for the pictures, I really appreciate it.
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I dont think this belongs in the "identify this" thread BUT

Who's car is this?

I spoke to him at VIR last year but I would like to know more about the car.

Any build threads?
lee, i dont think i've ever seen him on zilvia, but better luck trying ma240sx
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