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Build Projects / Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Last post by Wonderingraven on 12:40:58 PM / 19-Sep-17  »
Pulled the transmission as the weird loud noise remains when I am in 3rd gear, GL5 might have totally killed my syncro's after all.

I have GL4 currently at $20 per 1qt. 

with that being said the ca18det transmission I pulled from the black car is another sr20 transmission and going to use that transmission and rebuild this one for future as I might drop another ca18det into the black car later on.

Will update more with pics when I get closer to crunch time before Street Driven Saturday.
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Club S12 Meetings & Events / Re: 2017 S-Chassis Show
« Last post by S12_Lifer on 11:14:32 PM / 15-Sep-17  »
Perhaps we can meet up at next years show zilviabrothers.  I was able to speak to a staff member before leaving and he mentioned that next years show will be at another location with more places to park.
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Club S12 Meetings & Events / Re: 2017 S-Chassis Show
« Last post by zilvia_brothers on 12:03:56 AM / 15-Sep-17  »
Glad you guys came out this year. I went last year and it was packed aswell. I couldnt even park inside until towards the end
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Last post by Wonderingraven on 11:32:43 AM / 14-Sep-17  »
Finally fixed the rear bumper... kinda... it sags in the center due to the actual bumper inside.



As I assumed a while ago it was just broken in the rear until I took the bumper off.

Nope it is because the rear 1/4 panel was smashed into by the previous owner.


This was a challenge, because I have no way of straightening this area in the back so I attempted to bend the arm but did not resolve the issue. The bolts are stripped for each hole so it was also another challenge to remove and mount the bumper.

So for temp I reinstalled the bumper, removed the skirt and layed it over the bumper and used zipties for the mounting points and some screws with nuts and the PasswordJDM quick release bumper kit.


I have to schedule a time to get the car down to someone to weld in a basic bash bar replacement.

other than that she is holding up well as seen here.



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Visual Mods & Audio Systems / Re: *sticky* Definitive S12 Audio Guide *sticky*
« Last post by Virbius on 09:33:40 AM / 14-Sep-17  »
I've got 5 3/4 in the front though they were slightly to small because everything else was to big, and 6.5s in the back, would have kept stock speakers but they were blown :(
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Club S12 Meetings & Events / Re: 2017 S-Chassis Show
« Last post by S12_Lifer on 11:31:07 AM / 13-Sep-17  »
I just found out that there are two different websites for the two shirts that I purchased at the show.  The shirt I purchased for wifey is: http://www.jimmyup.com/category/clothing

My shirt is at this website however, you will need to contact them requesting the shirt with the S12 from the 9th Annual SOCAL S-CHASSIS Car Show:  http://socalschassis.bigcartel.com/

Hope this helps.
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Club S12 Meetings & Events / Re: 2017 S-Chassis Show
« Last post by JonB on 03:13:18 PM / 12-Sep-17  »
Wow! Looked like a really great show.

I'm pretty sure I have the only S12 in my tri-county area - Not gonna see a collection of twelves like that around here.

That shirt with the S12 isn't up on the site you linked. Probably a limited show run.

Thanks for sharing
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Club S12 Meetings & Events / 2017 S-Chassis Show
« Last post by S12_Lifer on 08:08:52 PM / 11-Sep-17  »
One of our local boys (Gus) asked me if I wanted to join him to enter our S12's in the S-Chassis show in Anaheim.  I have heard about this show for many years but never attended until last weekend.  I contacted the other guys so we can have as many S12's as possible for this event.  Here are a few pictures. 



The S12 hornets nest was active for our traditional breakfast at my house before the road trip to Anaheim.







This was the first sight I saw when we were about two blocks from the main entrance.  I knew it was going to be a long wait.



After waiting for about 30-40 minutes, we were told the lot is full and we would have to park outside.  Perhaps this was the reason I never came to these shows.  It was free and the venue was quite small.  We did walk in to check out all the 240's.  Unfortunately, not one S12 made it into the show.  I did not take any of my own pictures so I'm posting what was on the S-Chassis website.  Notice the last blue notch in the line up.  After we left, there was one spot available inside.  He immediately drove in and proudly displayed his 85 notch.  He texted me later while we were all eating lunch that he took first place for the S12 category.  Congratulations Drake!



Other 240's that did not make it in the show.



Inside the show.







Once we left the show, we had a great lunch at Pepe's. 







The best experience from this entire show was the t-shirt I saw with an S12!  This was one shirt I could not pass up.



Front view.



Wifey bought this shirt.



Front view.

If any of you are interested in these shirts, here is the website:

https://s-chassis.jp/

This show was not the best experience for me but, having all the guys getting together for the road trip and having lunch together.............priceless.  S12 for Life!



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Hi, any luck getting that pump reinstalled and the motor turning?

Good to hear from you again!!!
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Wanted to Buy / Re: Fuel filler neck hose (the big rubber section)
« Last post by JonB on 11:46:15 AM / 09-Sep-17  »
I didn't know this part was a problem.
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