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Ryan.Truesdale

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  1. This tps has two plugs one you will not use. the one marked with the tick is the tps the other is used by the skyline ecu due to them using auto gearboxes (this may be incorrect but it is my understanding)
  2. Firstly it is very important you get the correct TPS as far as I am aware spec 2 ones won’t work. 3 simple steps 1 Grind back the pin on wich the tps mounts until the new tps sits flush with the mounting surface 2 Tap the two already existing holes (circled in red) 3 Enlargen the mounting holes on the tps
  3. Front crossmember deleted radiator and intercooler test fitted battery panel deleted had this done a long time now, more to come soon
  4. Currently working on reconditioning my fuel tank. It wasn’t in too bad of a condition but I now know why they rust so bad as the paint came off very easily.
  5. Destroyed some ep82 spats and made them fit the ep91 bumper I’d say I cut off over half of the original material.
  6. timing belt is fairly simple to do yourself 4E engines have a non interference head so if it the belt snaps no damage is cause
  7. Drivers door above or below the latch there will be a sticker with the wheel and tyres sizes
  8. this is brilliant especially when people don't know what the car is
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