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#8 2010 Nissan 370z

Posted by EVENTYDE on 28 May 2010 - 01:03 AM

LED Swaps/Misc Crap
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#722 Old School Turbo Build

Posted by oldspeed67 on 03 November 2017 - 11:41 PM

My 67 Beetle project built and tuned by me.  could not get pics on post sorry.

 

 

 

https://imgur.com/a/UZDQJ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1904cc turbo blown thru Weber 44 IDF's  5.325 I beam rods 74mm CW 8 dowel crank 90.5 mahle pistons Engle W120 cam Bugpack street pro heads  double valve springs 40x35.5 basic porting and polished combustion chambers .040 copper head gaskets 8.6:1 static CR  T-3 A/R.60 8# waistgate   Full flow oil with extra cooler CB black box pertronix ignition module  locked out Bosch 009 distributor. lightend flywheel  1700# Pressure plate and cushlock disk


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#70 Introducing

Posted by Sampak on 09 June 2010 - 03:01 PM

Welcome!

Only 16 and driving an Acura eh? Lucky!


#5 Back to the Future!

Posted by David on 27 May 2010 - 10:22 AM

Gotta love those 09 wheels. Funny that we both have exactly 28k miles.


#4 Back to the Future!

Posted by Sampak on 27 May 2010 - 10:19 AM

I'm the FIRST. I guess I should feel special, or stupid, depending on how you view that.

I drive a silver '09 Altima Coupe V6 3.5SE. Bone stock, aside from the ebay cat-back single muffler/dual outlet exhaust. Put 28k miles on the car and exhaust so far.

Thaar she blows:

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Oops, that's the wrong silver car...

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#326 Altima Coupe 3.5 Near Stock vs Modded Comparison (race)

Posted by David on 05 April 2014 - 02:09 AM

Below is info on the Sentra LSD which some owners have installed to reduce or eliminate torque steer.

HLSD Info Install Photos: http://forums.nicocl...pe-t402554.html (Install photos are on 2nd page)
Further Info: http://forums.nicocl...pe-t402554.html

Part Info: 07+ Sentra SpecV HLSD Part #: 38411-8U000
See: http://www.courtesyp...l-p-352043.html

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HLSD Explained in Detail (click "show" to view detail):
The Ultimate Differential

The Helical LSD enables a car to accelerate more rapidly and corner faster. How?
Simply by getting the power to the ground.

With an normal open differential, fitted as standard on most cars, much precious power is wasted through wheel spin under acceleration. This happens because the open differential shifts power to the wheel with less grip - along the path of least resistance.

The Helical differential, however, does just the opposite. It senses which wheel has the better grip, and automatically biases the power to that wheel. It does this smoothly and constantly, and without ever completely removing power from the other wheel.

In cornering, while accelerating out of a turn, the unit biases greater power to the outside wheel, reducing inside-wheel spin. This allows the driver to begin accelerating earlier, exiting the corner at a higher speed.

The Helical differential also controls loss of traction when the drive wheels are on slippery surfaces such as ice and snow or mud, providing the appropriate biased traction needed to overcome these adverse conditions. Power is transferred automatically without the use of normal friction pads or plates seen in other limited-slip designs.

The Helical LSD differential's unique design offers maximum traction, improves handling and steering, and puts the power where it is needed most. A definite advantage, whether on the track or on the street.

The Helical differential is extremely strong and durable, and since it is gear-operated, it has no plates or clutches that can wear out and need costly and regular replacement. There is no maintenance required to the unit, so you can fit and forget.

The Helical differential is great for street driving or racing. Racers don't have to put up with locking mechanisms or spools that tear the steering wheel out of their hands when cornering. Because it behaves like an open differential during ordinary driving, street drivers will have trouble telling it's there until pushing the cars towards its limits.

The Helical differential is proven in everything from SCCA Rallying to drag racing and Formula 1. It provides autocrossers with such an advantage, it has become "required" equipment for a winning effort.

Expand your vehicle's limits with an Helical LSD Differential!


#252 Car Hack Thread

Posted by David on 04 January 2014 - 03:52 PM

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Have an older model car that doesn't have USB ports in it? I stumbled upon a hack to retrofit your dash to make one. It is simple enough for a beginner and ridiculously useful. Check out the full post here: 

 

I wouldn't mind having this, haha.




#244 Precut Window Tint versus Uncut Sheets

Posted by David on 16 December 2013 - 10:18 PM

lol, wow, that's freaking awesome!




#243 Car Humor and Joke Thread

Posted by David on 16 December 2013 - 10:11 PM

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#233 Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted by Rvinyl on 28 November 2013 - 06:25 AM

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#165 Unusual & Outlandish Car Photos (Non Ricer)

Posted by David on 22 September 2011 - 02:10 PM

I wonder how much "HORSE" power this thing has?

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#15 Rice Attack

Posted by JackFlash19 on 28 May 2010 - 11:19 PM

Ewwww what is with those wheel fenders? YACK


#12 Back to the Future!

Posted by Sampak on 28 May 2010 - 10:38 AM

Here's an old exhaust clip of my ebay cat-back system I got for $175!! I didn't rev it much, the engine was still only at 1000 miles and not broken in yet, in the video. Need to get another one up soon where I can really open 'er up. B) The fugly exhaust tips were replaced with nicer ones visible up in those pictures.

Sounds much deeper in person than the clips here (doesn't it always?).