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Author Topic: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...  (Read 90992 times)

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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #800 on: 04:00:48 PM / 12-Feb-19 »
What ignition is that? Module in the hei maybe.

Out of curuosity, what fuel regulator are you using?

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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #801 on: 04:48:10 PM / 12-Feb-19 »
i am using something like so
https://www.aeromotiveinc.com/product/x1-series-carb-bypass/

The walbro would just lose the sound o operation with the pump and all pressure and all flow from the pump is gone and there is fuel in the tank alot of it, from all the mix reviews I am calling it, It's a walbro.

I was going to just order a super cheap early 90's TPI chevy intake fuel pump to just drop in. 

That is a Davis Universal Ignition (modified v6 msd street fire for vg motors)
1987 - Project: Fairlady Silvia
1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #802 on: 09:11:45 PM / 12-Feb-19 »
I suspect thats a bad module and not the carb doing that. I could be wrong tho.

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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #803 on: 05:12:43 PM / 19-Apr-19 »
been a while to really update this project.
I ran out of gas completely causing when I attempted to start it a massive ping.

I scored a pair of heads from someone locally with 276 cam with both exhaust and intake bolts clean with no stripped threads.
I am going to replace the current set that has a bad / bandiaded head.

with that I am going to do a gasket refresh, oil, hoses, and such.
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1987 - Project: Fairlady Silvia
1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #804 on: 11:01:29 AM / 29-Apr-19 »
I guess you can say I am both done and bored of the carb setup.
Tired of troubleshooting random issues that keep popping up.

I scored also an Infiniti M30 ecu and a wiring harness to help rebuild my current one.
Reason for the ecu upgrade, fuel mapping is different and a bit better for the timing and potentially a better nistune support with these ecu's

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1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #805 on: 09:20:21 AM / 02-May-19 »
Slowly coming together.

I might do a quick remove motor and fix rear main seal + oil pan gasket this weekend.


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1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
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Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Reply #806 on: 08:03:11 AM / 04-May-19 »
Looks like its going together pretty quickly to me. Way faster that I would have been able to.