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2009-03-24 17:09:34
Hey Businessman24, since you're working on the rear subframe, I highly highly suggest these.

Review: Whiteline KCA 349 Rear Nissan Sub-Frame Align and Lock Kit - SR20 Forum

They make a massive difference to firming up the rear subframe... without them you can really feel the rear subframe flex. I've had them on my car for 2.5yrs. They're the same as skylines, s13/14's. So i'm sure you can use any product thats available or cheaper.
2009-03-26 05:27:08

Just a little bit of a teaser picture. Tag that is on my rear diff (Viscous LSD).

Finished making my drive shaft brackets and now I just need to go over the welds with seam sealer.

I ended up returning the tube of seam sealer I picked up since on the back it said not to use inside a vehicle. Instead I purchased this brush on seam sealer product from 3m which I believe is more of a polyurethane base and is meant for use on the inside of vehicles.

Here is the new piece for the tunnel which allows clearance for the shift linkage. I bent the 16g metal to get the general shape needed and then tacked it in one spot. After the first tack I slowly worked my way around pounding it to the shape I needed and tacking some more. I ran out of gas for my welded today so I have to finish it tomorrow.

The hole you see here is where the body was seam sealed from factory. It was rusted out so I made the hole big enough to eliminate the rust and now I can replace the chunk.

My brother purchased a Kobalt laser level today and the thing works great.

We are using it to help center the rear sub frame.

We make are marks on the concrete and then use a chalk line to connect the marks.

This chalk line lines up with the pinch weld.
2009-03-27 06:20:40

Sprayed the bare metal in the car with primer and then went over it with seam sealer. The brush on seam sealer is kind of a pain to use since it doesn't like to spread that well. I'll pick up a tube of it and let you know if its easier to use.

The string going from the front to rear is the center of the car.

The measurements on the car it self for the rear are done so now I just have to do some measuring on the sub frame tomorrow and start making my brackets.

RCI 12 gallon fuel cell arrived today. I'm going to see if I can make the stock NX fuel pump/sender unit mount in it. I'll be checking on prices next week to have someone weld on it since its aluminum. Incase anyone was wondering it weighs 10lbs 14.3oz.
2009-03-27 21:03:28

Some of my parts I ordered arrived today. I ordered up a oem Gti-r oil pump and here is the application chart on the back of the box. Filter will work for U.S.A/Canada Sentra sr20de 07/90-07/93 (canada) 08/90-(U.S.A.) or Infiniti G20 sr20de 07/90-(all).

Gti-r RHD clutch master cylinder & clutch pedal assembly

2009-03-27 23:47:34
where'd u get the clutch master from? how much did it run you?
2009-03-27 23:50:30
LHD GTiR parts? They are rare!
2009-03-28 12:34:57
Originally Posted by nickr
where'd u get the clutch master from? how much did it run you?

Purchased it from 4xtoys on Canada GTiR | Nissan Pulsar GTi-R | RNN14 Canada forum He has a 92 Gti-r he is parting out. Paid around $85 shipped from canada for the master and pedal assembly.
2009-03-28 12:39:07
Originally Posted by jagy
LHD GTiR parts? They are rare!

I contacted the person I purchased it from and he said it actually came from a RHD Gti-r. The way the lines would be on the clutch master doesn't make much sense to me if it is a RHD part since one of the hydraulic line fittings would be aimed at the wheel well.
2009-03-28 18:39:52
ah ok, that makes sense. they're rhd parts
2009-03-30 05:25:31
Here are measurements that Chris_200SX_SER on the other sr20forum asked for. They could be around a 1/32nd off. The measurement from the diff to the hub could be off by as much as a 1/8. Also I measured from the far end of the inside of the mounting holes.
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