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PostPosted: Tue Apr 09, 2013 2:19 pm 
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Stayed up past my bedtime and gave er' last night. Removed the dash and cleaned up the wiring mess, replaced my steering return hose washers (bad leak, cause I forgo to install both washers the first time around), installed new gas pedal in place of stub, mended broken heater box, oh yeah and found out my oil pressure gauge was working just fine. The problem is my cams are toast! I never really drove the car (well then there was that one time I beat the crap out of it for an hour and lost the alt belt), mostly just ran it for 5-10 minutes to get it up to temp every month or two. Bottom line is I shouldn't have assumed a faulty gauge.

After reading through this post viewtopic.php?f=5&t=50994&hilit=oil+pump" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;, I now have a few things to try to get some oil pressure. But, it would be awesome if someone could hook me up with some exploded diagrams a la ETKA for these part systems.

Given that I ran the engine about a dozen times with no oil, [color=#BF0000][color=#000080]can anybody provied me with a best and worst case scenario in terms of the scope of the repair? Am I being naive thinking that I can slap some used cams in from a fellow keep along with some new lifters and be good as new?
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Also, if anybody's got Dave Kase on their speedial, I could use some help to acquire a recharged bomb off of the man.

Here's the new charter followed by some pics of the car just before I put it away for the winter:


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Found an older thread on oiling problem by the man himself:

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Also, snapped some shots of the cam that I thought is pooched, maybe it isn't tha bad; I don't know anymore. I'm going to fix the oiling problem and run the car until it breaks. If I can make it through the summer without a rebuild, I'll be happy.


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I'm still waiting for some parts to come in so I've decided to refinish a spare set of speedlines that I have. They're pretty nasty, but clean up well. I think the worst part about this wheel is the centre cap, but it helps to keep crap off the lugs and out of the hub.

Any suggestions on wheels paint? I'd like to clear over the bare metal, but I don't think there is a product that will do this. I'm also thinking about a grey with metal flake.


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Thanks, I think I can buy that here pretty easily. Can't find any goods pictures, but I'll go buy a couple of diff colours and maybe post a couple of options tomorrow.

After partially cleaning one wheel, my car is filthy--going to wait for good weather.

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Got to work this weekend...

Progress:
-Wheels painted (actually last week);
-lift gate supports installed;
-more undercoating, just to be safe;
-installed driver's side wheel housing liners (still need right rear);
-installed driver's side mirror (I can actually see a practical zone to my left now, not just up into the sky)
-installed brake bomb (i know it works, I can feel it!)
-deleted aux coolant pump
-installed original 200 oil cooler (mock-up, still need another bracket on the outside)
-installed 034 rad support
-installed intercooler and piping (mocked-up, as it still requires some elementary fabrication--going to try -out the welder finally! I'm going to test fit the bumper first to make sure that there are no clearance issues)
-replaced oil check valve
-re-glued headliner (not pretty, because I smoothed it out with my knuckles. I know I have a roller somewhere...)
-Spent hours trying to get oil pressure to no avail...

My Quest for Oil Pressure:

Celebrating the oil check valve ended quickly after its installation and the replacement of my preferred cooler, which I had suspected to be blocked, had no effect on my pressure issue. I filled a new filter with oil, as well as the cooler, removed plugs and cranked forever. The best I can get after 20 seconds of cranking is the needle moving from just below 0 to 0. I also tried feeding compressed air into the dip stick tunnel, but with my dog being all paws, I had no one to crank simultaneously. I did however, manage to break the oil temp sensor, which I removed to inspect. Quite a bit of oil came out too.

Insight is welcome here guys. I'd hate to have to take it to someone who actually knows what there doing.

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Not sure why I'm having problems posting pictures. Let's try this again...

Wheels are repainted. I was going to use them in the winter, but I think they turned out half decent; so maybe summer.
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Intake plumbing is much cleaner now, while still somewhat temporary. I think I'm only going to weld a couple sections, as the fit is tight and might be easier to remove later with some chewies. Also, really happy with core support. I thought there were fitment issues, but it fits perfectly--just snug is all.
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with any luck the bumper will fit, even though the bumper shocks were 'tucked' rearward. I might be able to take a little of the aluminum bumper support, but I'd rather keep it in a stock-ish state. I have a lead on a 2.5" intercooler if need be; not so sure I need a 3".
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Definitely happiest about the oil cooler mounting. Still needs a small bracket on this side. The other side is mounted to the inside of the framerail from two pre-existing stud provisions.
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Still don't have oil pressure. What's the sure way to prime oil into this SOB?

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Oil Pressure:

Idled car while introducing compressed air (~20-40psi) into the dip stick tube and achieved oil in the head. Opening the oil fill cap with the engine running, I can now see oil "spitting" out. However, the gauge still reads zero, but I don't have an oil warning light.

I'm not sure what to think about this, but I'm happy that there is some oiling happening now.

Intercooler:

Tried welding some 1" square tube to the core support I bought from 034 and I ended up melting holes in the pieces I fabricated, when the arc was stable enough to do so. Couple of issues I recognized after doing some reading on the process: don't weld near magnets (such as the one I used to hold the small 1 3/4" piece to the support); use ceriated tungsten (rather than the thoriated and pure that I used); use high frequency on start only, not continuously. I'm going to practice a bit before I go for another try.

I had to knotch out the bumper support about 1 1/2" more and remove the sides beyond where it mounts to the bumper shocks.

Oil Cooler:

...not going to work in the existing spot. It needs to move inward, toward the engine about 3" to clear the inside of the bumper; and forward about same amount to clear the wheel housing liner.

Oh and the bucket list:
-replace front wheel bearings
-install lower moldings
-wheel alignment
-flush brake fluid and cooling system; refill PS fluid
-install rear interior panels and pillar trim
-install remaining wheel housing liners
-Safety inspection

Then there's going to be a new bucket list of fun items, which might also include the acquisition of a 4kQ.

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My buddy came over Friday night and helped weld up the intercooler support. My initial attempt at welding was pretty discouraging, but my friend gave me some good pointers and left his autodarkening helmet for me to use too--now I can see!

The welds aren't pretty, but they work. The support is sturdy as hell, which is good because I'm thinking of using it to hold the skid plate that's still a nascent idea.

The oil cooler is mounted to the frame rail with a bracket I also got to practice my welding on. Unfortunately I didn't check its position with the bumper on, so the air ducting is positioned a bit low in relation to the side vent in the bumper.

The only work left to do to get this baby back on the road is replacing a blinker bulb, both front wheel bearings (waiting for tool, and I have doubts on the compatibility of the parts I received), refilling the PS system with G004000M2, and flushing the cooling system and refilling with pink stuff.


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Finally got the car outside to test for leaks. So far... so good...so what? It's been raining so much here lately it reminds me of Vancouver (without the eyepopping panorama).

Some of the sanding dust is seeping out; could be a good thing, bad thing, I don't care anymore...


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Ok, I still need a windshield, all of the expensive trim that goes with it and a new battery, but I think that's it.

In the meantime, I'm going to invest some time into building an airbox that will keep the heat out of my intake and draw air from somewhere a little cooler than directly beside the turbo. As it stands, I have some galvanized steel in place to act as a heat shield and keep the air filter from banging around excessively and exerting unnecessary forces on the 20+ year old rubber intake pipe. I also got a little carried away with the high temp ceramic paint :hide:

The heat shield is going to stay in place since it provides some support, but I'm going to add some additional material such as heat shield mat to actually keep the heat out. I've cut open the stock 7a filter housing with the aim of combining the existing flange with a new enclosure. That way I can relocate the outgoing tube to accommodate the stock placement of the MAF sensor and adjoining hoses. I really think that fiberglass or carbon fiber is the best route, although I would like an excuse to use the welder--you know to justify the investment.


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I think it's the silver thingy. I think I'm going to mask a small strip on the coolant and brake fluid reservoirs (just enough to read the level) and finish the job.

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Love the engine bay. Looks very stock like and not all in your face!

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i love the paint job. so so so much. brilliant black is exactly how it sounds haha. and i like the flat black engine bay as well.

you just need some 1 piece b3 headlights now <3

or rs2 lights and one of my custom grills <3<3<3

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i love the paint job. so so so much. brilliant black is exactly how it sounds haha. and i like the flat black engine bay as well.

you just need some 1 piece b3 headlights now <3

or rs2 lights and one of my custom grills <3<3<3


When the time comes, I'm going to go with the one-piece b3 lamps. I missed some for sale here back in the winter and there used to be a set on eeb eh, but I can't seem to find another set. I like the custom grill idea too; maybe a nissan badge to throw people off.

I just ordered windshield--no trim (I'm living dangerously). GenAudi parts listed them, but they wrote me back saying they didn't have any left, so I got one from world impex for a little more. As soon as I install this thing I'm updating my ins policy to cover it, because the next time around it will probably cost me double.

I went for a little spin late last night :). Things I 've noticed though: I have to change another wheel bearing, my ps pump makes a rattling noise, the rack grones like an old man having an orgasm, and the alignment is way off. Aside from that, it was a lot of fun. The next batch of parts will be in next week and I might wait until the weekend to install them, but things are closing up.

Also, If anyone is interested in trading a ben swan 2.5 Bar chipset for the 3Bar kit I have let me know. I would like to have stage one right now, rather than stage 2 next year.

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Went for safety today and finally past. They made me put the Speedlines back on, because the OZ's were rubbing on the spring perches in the rear. The car actually feels more maneuverable, but doesn't bite as much. I think I'm going to go with a 215 instead of the 235's for now. The car only has stock hp at the moment (217 if I'm lucky; and I'm not).

I also had to change the subframe bushings in the front, so I took the opportunity to install the aluminum ones from 034--no complaints here. They're easy to install and the car feels solid in the front with no harshness. I plan on doing the same job on the rear.

Anyway, I'm going to drive this sob for a bit and see what else breaks. When things stop breaking it will be time for more powa!

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Anyway, I'm going to drive this sob for a bit and see what else breaks. When things stop breaking it will be time for more powa!


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What was the oil pressure problem solution?

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Anyway, I'm going to drive this sob for a bit and see what else breaks. When things stop breaking it will be time for more powa!


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What was the oil pressure problem solution?


The problem was, and is, a combination of things really. What I did was prime the system (fill the oil cooler and turbo lines), and blew compressed air in through the dip stick tube. After doing this I noticed healthy amounts of oil in the head by looking in through the oil fill cap. The gauge still reads zero and I have taken the risk of driving the car regardless. I haven't noticed any running problems, so I've ssumed that the gauge sender is at fault (added to tmy bucket list).

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Hey Mike,

Car is looking good! I somehow missed the last couple pages of updates until now. Wanna paint my car?? :P

Nice grill btw!

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Hey Barry, let's talk on Sunday. I'm sure the guy who rented me the booth would do it again. I'll see if I can find his number.

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As much as I'd love a fresh coat of lago on the old girl, unfortunately I was only pulling your leg. If money frees up in the next year or so I'll make sure to drop you a line.

I just PM'ed Emil that we should try and set up a little Ottawa meet. I'll get in touch with my UrS6 buddy and see what he's up to in the near future..

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As much as I'd love a fresh coat of lago on the old girl, unfortunately I was only pulling your leg. If money frees up in the next year or so I'll make sure to drop you a line.

I just PM'ed Emil that we should try and set up a little Ottawa meet. I'll get in touch with my UrS6 buddy and see what he's up to in the near future..


Cool, let me know. I sent you my number via pm.

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