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  1. I've just got some Nissan weather shields for my S15 and I just wanted to check on here if anyone knows of a installation guide or has any tips and tricks for the install and what are the pitfalls to look out for? I read somewhere that it's easier to remove the trim on the car first and install the weather shield onto the trim then install the trim back on the car? Any useful advice is appreciated.
  2. Heyyy, Just wondering if everyone could list some aftermarket boost gauges that will fit in place of my s15's stock pillar boost gauge....For starters my stock oem boost gauge doesn't light up, its either been disconnected by previous owner or the bulbs blown. Either way I'm looking to replace it with something a little nicer. Thanks in advance! MAAAD!
  3. Hey guys. my S13 currently has no rear seats, and ive been hunting everywhere for them with no luck. ive been offered a set of 180SX seats for free, and have been told they will fit the S13. can anyone confirm or deny this for me please? if they fit, with i need to make any modifications to be able to bolt them in etc? or does everything line up properly? thanks everyone
  4. How to make a plug for the Fusion EN-AT1100. Fusion tunnel / tube powered sub. what you need: old computer / computer power supply. crimper terminals of your choice. I like the bullet ones. sharp knife cut the wires to free and remove - from busted computer. for the + REM - plug, cut 3 in from the right. for the high input plug, cut 2 in from the left. use your eyes to make sure theyre the right shape etc. now you have this hopefully now add the terminals. same with the high imput. plug em in to test put it in your boot, connect the male bullets to the wires from your speaker amp / headunit and your finished.. not a bad sub for a spacesaver. add electrical tape tightly around the terminals so its secure. I havent included a pic of this. Hope this helps someone. my issue seemed to be floating around the net so hopefully they find this thread.
  5. When the alternator pulley removal process is raised, many people advise to wrap it in a rag or rubber belt, clamp it with vice grips, tighten the pulley belt, etc. If don't have a rattle gun and you can afford to remove it from the car, then there is a better way. The outer coil and the inner rotor of an alternator are separate pieces, with the shaft the pulley bolts onto being joined with the rotor. All you have to do is disassemble it and stick it in a bigass vice. Difficulty = 4 Where 10 is rebuilding an engine, and 0 is ripping a dry fart. Time Required = 15 minutes + removal + installation If painting the alternator, it will take a little longer. I painted mine a terracotta colour, as you do. Tools Required Two small allen keys or rods Bigass vice Philips #1 screwdriver 1/2" ratcket 12, 14, 24mm socket Process Step 1. Remove the alternator from the car. Refer to the Service Manual if you're unsure of the process. Step 2. Remove the outer four retention bolts, and gently tap the alternator to separate the rotor from the coil. Step 3. Secure the fixed magnet of the rotor in a bigass vice with serrated plates. Use the least amount of force required to secure it, as too much can cause cracks. Step 4. Remove the pulley with a socket driver, install the new one and torque to suit. With this method you have the option of using a torque wrench if desired. Step 5. Select the coil housing and remove the rubber plug at the back. Step 6. Flip the coil cover over and locate the brushes in the bottom. Depress the brushes using a small allen key (or similar), and hold in that position. Insert another allen key through the exposed hole on the back, and adjust the brushes until the allen key on the back slots through them (the brushes have a hole in them for this purpose). Step 7. Put the alternator back together (taking care to align the mount tabs correctly) and bolt everything down. Be sure to gradually tighten all bolts equally as you go, then remove the allen key from the back once finished. Insert the rubber plug as best you can. Step 8. Reinstall the alternator and back in the glory of your lighter, funkier pulley.
  6. Running Android X86 on a netbook

    Have an old Toshiba NB100 sitting around, I'm going to run Android X86 on it, wondering if anyone else here has done the same thing, pinging for experiences and issues etc... Cheers Hef
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