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Old 07-03-2007, 11:44 PM   #3576
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Old 07-04-2007, 09:09 AM   #3577
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I smell a FMIC coming towards me REALLY soon Gotta make er' run good before I fuck with fuel and shit.
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Old 07-04-2007, 10:36 AM   #3578
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modded $55 usd worth of fittings, just for a fucking oil feed line today from summitracing.com, and i still have to find all of the stuff for my oil drain stuff

doing a fuel system conversion to those badass braided lines and AN fittings has always been on my list for this car. it just gets pretty pricey
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Old 07-04-2007, 12:11 PM   #3579
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ya even small'sh v8's camm'd arent that great on fuel, 17-18 mpg depending on driving habbits, (300'sh km/41'sh L). oh well, the price of cheap performance i guess.
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Old 07-04-2007, 02:10 PM   #3580
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here these guys have oil drains.

lordco carries vibrant stuff.

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they are fast and efficient..i may have a spare flange lying around man!...ill check for you

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Old 07-04-2007, 04:28 PM   #3582
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Old 07-04-2007, 04:51 PM   #3583
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doing a fuel system conversion to those badass braided lines and AN fittings has always been on my list for this car. it just gets pretty pricey
Lemme know what size you are doing. I have a bunch of 6AN line left and like 500 bux in earl/russel/aeroquip fittings lol
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d_h_d (sorry I'm horrible with names) you get that kinda economy with that miata? I guess they are pretty damn light. Hmm maybe that should be my next car haha.
It's not that they necessarily get GREAT gas mileage.. They fuel consumption depends completely on your right foot. Like G2Teggin (tom) said.. If I drive like a prick.. I can get 150 - 200 km to a full tank of 94 octane. gulp gulp
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Old 07-04-2007, 10:28 PM   #3585
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thanks guys, i've got a drain flange on the way from the guys at action parts down on mcurdy, those guys are much more helpful than the 'geniouses' at lordco

Tommy i might have to raid your -6an stash if i ever get the correct measurements for my fuel rail stock, and find someone who's got the correct bit to mill them out for me.... you wouldn't happen to have a -6an tap and 11mm injector milling tool would you? lol


survey says? i need my own machine shop

btw it's MUCH cheaper to make your own stainless lines with fittings, assembled lines are stupid expensive and take forever to get here.
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Tommy i might have to raid your -6an stash if i ever get the correct measurements for my fuel rail stock

Sure just lemme know how much length you will need. I *think* I got like 10 feet left. lol... Why I bought 20' roll for my total of 2' fuel lines...I don't know. I guess that's just how we roll lol
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Did an oil change tonight with some castrol synthetic blend"High RPM" 5w30 oil, and an S2000 filter. May as well try this stuff out and see how consumption goes since conventional oil tends to break down quite rapidly at higher rpm driving.

Also vaccumed out my A/C system and recharged it to the correct factory 26oz charge of refrigerant, now it blows 22 degrees cooler than the outside air at idle, should do the trick.
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thanks guys, i've got a drain flange on the way from the guys at action parts down on mcurdy, those guys are much more helpful than the 'geniouses' at lordco
i deal with terry bill and ray all day long, great bunch of guys. i hate dealing with lordco napa et al
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Did an oil change tonight with some castrol synthetic blend"High RPM" 5w30 oil, and an S2000 filter. May as well try this stuff out and see how consumption goes since conventional oil tends to break down quite rapidly at higher rpm driving.

Also vaccumed out my A/C system and recharged it to the correct factory 26oz charge of refrigerant, now it blows 22 degrees cooler than the outside air at idle, should do the trick.
who helped you do it danny??? still debating whether I should do this or redtek it.
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put my interior back together, finished installing my keyless entry and lights, ripped out even more stupid wiring some moron put in the car, and finally got around to properly securing my amp. gotta find a good way to bold down the amp now. oh and Tyson I gotta take a look at your hatch release one day, mines hooked up wrong.
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good old oil change, front brakes&bearings (i know not mods..) and fendermount cai, finally retired ancient k&n conical.

order'd king cobra clutch, need a tranny and ready for some fun, almost.
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put some por-15 on my fenders where the rollong cracked the paint, there was a tiny bit of surface rust that i pwned as well
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Cracked my front lip after having it for 1 week and 1 day. Hit it on a traintrack...

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Is this and your post at the end of last weekend about the firebird?
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Sure are . When I installed the MSD ignition I forgot that the wires on the cylinder select were cut so it was in 4-cylinder mode. Gotta solder them up. Last thing will be replacing the front passenger caliper as I believe it may be seized a bit
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Sure are . When I installed the MSD ignition I forgot that the wires on the cylinder select were cut so it was in 4-cylinder mode. Gotta solder them up. Last thing will be replacing the front passenger caliper as I believe it may be seized a bit
Might want to check the sensor in the block that tells the rad fan to turn on. I have a recollection of some issues with it but I'm not sure if I resolved them.

The fan quit working one day, but if I grounded the wire then it would come on. (Obviously not the fan but the sensor was bad) I replaced the sensor but the new one looked like it had been installed by someone else previously. It also came out of the box with the threads wrapped in teflon tape which maybe insulating the circuit. I realized after installing it and still having problems that they maybe due to the tape.

I do also remember thinking that one of the front calipers was behaving strangely. It would pull to one side under heavy braking.

You should have seen the wasps nets I cleaned out of the fenders last year, they were bigger than my fist.
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