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    Couldnít resist an ITB test fit whilst I had the intake manifold off to do a carbon clean.





    Been fairly quiet, remade brake lines again - this time in stainless steel line. Bled the two systems and all good!

    Struggling to get the rear side glass out without smashing them.


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    How much space the rad and panel? looks to be a fair way back from the end of the chassis rails

    assume remove the rear windows involves trying to hack the sealant from the inside of the car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylan8 View Post
    How much space the rad and panel? looks to be a fair way back from the end of the chassis rails

    assume remove the rear windows involves trying to hack the sealant from the inside of the car?
    Plenty of room, it would work with stock radiator. The closest point is the cylinder one trumpet to headlight, thereís only about 20mm there - not sure how Iíll make an air duct/airbox for it in the future though!

    Yeah Iíve hacked it out, just needed to be more aggressive with the pry bar to get a wire through the fully cut it - which I was able to do yesterday with a bit of patience.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HaydEn View Post
    Plenty of room, it would work with stock radiator. The closest point is the cylinder one trumpet to headlight, thereís only about 20mm there - not sure how Iíll make an air duct/airbox for it in the future though!

    Yeah Iíve hacked it out, just needed to be more aggressive with the pry bar to get a wire through the fully cut it - which I was able to do yesterday with a bit of patience.


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    headlight delete will sort that.

    yeah right. guess there was no plan on them ever being removed, bit of structural glass

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    Tinted lexan windows are my new favourite thing. Canít even tell they arenít glass (other than the rivets) for example the last few external photos of the car have been with the lexan windows in too.




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    MK3: ADZ to AMK to BWS(R36!)

    Had a go at a carbon clean recently. Due to the design of the head, itís practically impossible to do a decent job without using a media and compressed air.

    Huge thank you to Elder/K1llz for the port adapters - would not have been able to do it without him!

    Before



    And

    After




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    geez that's a lot of build up. BWS must haven't been used for short daily trips.

    I did this job recently the hard way (toothbrush, solvent etc..) still didn't come up anywhere near this good, great result.

    Any details on the media and port adapters used?
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    MK3: ADZ to AMK to BWS(R36!)

    Used a variety of tools.

    Cheap sandblaster unit and compressor from Sydney Tools.

    The blower attachment supplied with the sandblasting kit is not suitable, so got a long reach blower off eBay.

    Borrowed a wet/dry vacuum.

    Driveway life



    Used a 18/40 walnut media went through around 2.3kg (one bottle) I was pretty wasteful and didnít have the best catchment set up.

    Port adapters off K1llz



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