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Ted_v2 wrote:Stick with the model with a distributor setup. I believe there is a model that came with coilpacks. A na that is. Turbo came with coilpacks.
Stick to non turbo. No turbo to worry about especially in trails. I know weird angles sometimes affect oil pressure and oil pickup. The det has a problem with this when drifting.
Ted_v2 wrote:Also don't worry about buying a front half. Basically everything comes with the engine and box in the bamboo. Check the clutch before install and mods ur stock clutch master straight into the s13 slave. Change this if you could afford. Also go steel braided lines one time since u might have to mod this line
Ted_v2 wrote:When cutting the driveshaft. Make sure and properly balance it. Make sure about the measurements because driveshafts need a certain amount of movement. Too long and it's a problem. When going with powersteering lines make sure and get new seals / crush washers. Trinidad hose does excellent work. Try to carry proper measurement. Mark it out with a piece of rope.
The clutch fan works good from the sr20 but it's up to you. Electronic modules easy to get if you going with electronic fans.
So far flex lite fans works excellent. Get some good relays. Same with fuel pump, get a good relay inside here . The stock fuel pump should work but it's up to you. It's good measure to replace it.
The fuel lines just swap them to the sr20 rail. Stock fpr on the rail would work. A replacement pretty easy to locate. So no need for a external unit.
I have more info regarding ac ect but idk if ur interested
TurboSingh12 wrote:I had a similar problem the parts place sold me a S14 AFM.The car never worked well hard starting breaking in boost.So make sure you get the correct AFM.Cud get the part number if you want.Also most Rb from R33/34 speed sensor will be the same.
TurboSingh12 wrote:Who doin the wiring?
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