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  • MrSheep
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    Originally posted by KillerBunnys122 View Post
    Mmmm Ebisu, When is that track going to be in a game? (A good one on PC that I can use my steering wheel with)
    Touge course is in Need For Speed: Shift. Not many games have it outside of that though. I've got Ebisu Touge, Minami, and West for rFactor, but am yet to find School course and stuff.

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  • RBenthusiast
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    Not gonna lie KB, just watching that vid cause it's got a ceffy for thumbnail. Thanks


    ooh Sr20det Cef
    http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used...-584204434.htm
    Last edited by RBenthusiast; 09-05-2013, 06:26 PM.

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  • KillerBunnys122
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    Originally posted by villain View Post
    Finally found where the power steering leak is coming from, it's the from the doobey where the pinion's connected.

    If i take it apart and chuck some gasket sealant crap on there, that should do the trick, shouldn't it?
    Got a pic? Not too sure what spot you're talking about.

    EDIT: One day...



    Mmmm Ebisu, When is that track going to be in a game? (A good one on PC that I can use my steering wheel with)
    Last edited by KillerBunnys122; 09-05-2013, 05:48 PM.

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  • villain
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    Finally found where the power steering leak is coming from, it's the from the doobey where the pinion's connected.

    If i take it apart and chuck some gasket sealant crap on there, that should do the trick, shouldn't it?

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  • KillerBunnys122
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    Originally posted by BIGZED View Post




    Not sure what in the shit that would be called.... 180B-eighty?
    Hahaha thats sick!

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  • BIGZED
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    Not sure what in the shit that would be called.... 180B-eighty?

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  • KillerBunnys122
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    When I removed my tail lights I removed that stupid sealant shit and put a foam strip (with sticky back) around the part of the tailight that seals. Works a treat

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  • ItsJohnnyBro
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    Originally posted by Tomy255 View Post
    My S14 is leaking in the boot, from the tail lights and just under the rear windscreen, i really don't want more rust -.- . Anyone wanna help a brother out on what he could do haha
    Same thing was happening with my 180's taillights, the sealant was some kind of putty, i just removed all of it, cleaned it, rolled it and then reapplied it. It hasn't leaked since. Originally i was just going to use sikaflex or black silicone, but that would make future light removal extremely difficult. If the putty is in bad condition you could use something like 3M Strip-Calk its another non hardening rubber material.
    Last edited by ItsJohnnyBro; 08-05-2013, 09:18 PM.

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  • MrSheep
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    Originally posted by Tomy255 View Post
    My S14 is leaking in the boot, from the tail lights and just under the rear windscreen, i really don't want more rust -.- . Anyone wanna help a brother out on what he could do haha
    Replace the rubber seal.

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  • Tomy255
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    My S14 is leaking in the boot, from the tail lights and just under the rear windscreen, i really don't want more rust -.- . Anyone wanna help a brother out on what he could do haha

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  • RBenthusiast
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    Thought this was mad and worth sharing

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  • MrSheep
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    Originally posted by godjiro View Post
    The amount of S-chassis is TOO DAMN LOW.
    FTFY.

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  • KillerBunnys122
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    Would anyone be able to snap me a pic of how their manual exhaust it mounted right after the extractors/dump but before the cat.

    Theres a bracket there that used to be bolted to the auto to hold the exhaust with the engine/trans so it all swings better but there is no such mount of the manual box. I assume this may be part of my subaru sound and some vibration. (Probably wrong though)

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  • INVSBL
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    never have to many S chassis

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  • godjiro
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    The amount of S-chassis is TOO DAMN HIGH.

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