What did you do to your car today?

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    Lent it to my mum.

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    Made it smile:


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    Replaced the first ever part on my bike

    New Chain - only $120 Gotta love how cheap the parts are to replace.

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    Started it


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    love that magnetic clutch eh? :P it's almost like vtec!
    Needs to stop telling GPOD when he masturbates.

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    Yep magnetic. Smallest pulley i can do is 103mm with a magnetic clutch (stock is 125mm or so). 103mm only does 5psi so im going straight to a fixed 77mm witch claims to do 12 or so.

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    6" components in doors.

    Had a genius idea as to where to put a sub, it involves the gutting the centre of the benchseat and building a box into it. Might be worth it for the originality factor.

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    new oil and filter


    NO I AM NOT DRAINING THE OIL INTO THE DRAIN,
    DRAINED INTO TRAYS.

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    Sold the Silvia Already?

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    Got a new set of cam cover gaskets as I've had enough of the car leaving a pool of oil on the garage floor.
    Also picked up my manifold and turbo now that the studs have been shortened to allow it to bolt down properly.

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    Fixed exhaust leak (crc liquid gasket ftw) and discover that one of the evil rattles which had been bothering me was in fact a socket which had become trapped beneath the manifold cover.

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    dropkick Murphy wrote:
    Fixed exhaust leak (crc liquid gasket ftw) and discover that one of the evil rattles which had been bothering me was in fact a socket which had become trapped beneath the manifold cover.
    argh dont you just hate that - i had the same problem with my car - although it was a screwdriver a tech left under the back seat 5 years prior to me owning it


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    chr wrote:
    Started it

    kewl ! , was that a kit ?

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    Finally got the ****ing handbrake assembly off. Will braze a bold on and re-fit tomorrow, if I can be bothered.

    Actually, would the car get a warrent if I replaced the dash mounted handbrake with a floor mounted one? Or would that require a cert?

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    tyre shine

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    Replaced front tyres, threw away chewed up rear tyres wheel balance and alignment, last weekend new rear shocks, oil and filter change.
    Had to muck around a bit, since the person who previously owned it had replaced the standard shocks with shocks from a Primera with ABS so springs wouldn't fit had to go back to Stocks to get the right fitting ones....never assume.

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    replaced the windscreen. no more crack going from one side to the other

    and got a wof

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    Handbrake finally working again. Much more of a mission than it should have been.

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    Gave it a rinse off as it was covered in all kinds of ****.. dirt, dust, vomit, spiderwebs, etc..
    Also vacuumed the interior and ****

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    wired sisters car with sounds
    fixed cracked bumper with cable ties and some wires

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    about 20mm lower and and 25mm wider at the front.

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    not today; but might be selling the evo tomorrow!

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    Stared quizzically at the tranny dipstick. Again.

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    Was informed by my father the back tyres are ****ed. Checked them myself, agreed.

    WTB: Tyres and rims pcd 5x114 with 35+ offset
    Something that would look nice on a hilux, nothing chrome (except modgies )

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    chr wrote:
    Yep magnetic. Smallest pulley i can do is 103mm with a magnetic clutch (stock is 125mm or so). 103mm only does 5psi so im going straight to a fixed 77mm witch claims to do 12 or so.
    it will spin 1.33 times faster so i'd estimate 6.5-7 psi. the more the merrier of course, but i think i'd prefer the fuel ecomomy of being able to switch it off if it's a daily driver.