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Sat Nov 09, 2013 3:54 am
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Your second to last post read very "gimme gimme" which may be why you got no response. 700kpa map sensors are non-ideal, I wouldn't use one.

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Sat Nov 09, 2013 4:26 am
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The RD28 stripped out of what I need, you can see here how corroded the block was, and there was some shears of metal on the oil pickup.
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RD25DET getting ready to install the sump and engine mounts.
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Comparing the rd28 bellhousing sheet, the camera prepesctive sucks I know, but the holes line up perfectly

This weekend I spent some time gutting the ECU, started to connect the jaguar 0.4, and lots of time labeling the cutted wiring and fuse box from the skyline.


Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:24 am
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Also do I get extra points If i tell you this place has no roof and the rd28 was extracted between 12pm - 4am while raining? :p


Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:25 am
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masterkorp wrote:
Also do I get extra points If i tell you this place has no roof and the rd28 was extracted between 12pm - 4am while raining? :p

Yes you do! :-) Especially if you also tell us that you had no lighting and were working by the moon/stars.

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Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:20 am
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I wish i had this night, but the clouds covered it over, I only had a head lamp and some other LED magnetic thingie.
Nights can be pretty nice to work specially on the summer with moon glare over here.


Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:38 am
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Weirdest oil sump. Note: you need to take the flywheel and the bellhousing plate off to remove the last 4 10mm bolts.


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Removed those plates and the stock oil pickup, then I used the r28 oil pickup modified, I streched it exactly 10 centimeters horizontaly.

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This is the driver's side engine mount (Left hand drive), there is a an oil line, and sadly the AC compressor gets in the way of the mount (the rubber pice) just by like a 1mm, that sucks, I ordered an AC equiped one just to get onboard air working as easyly as possible, i might have to hack the mount of my old compressor on this mounting, as its much smaller than this one. With the AC compressor off you can just bend the oil line by hand and refit

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The RD28 clucth and flywheel, yes that is big and heavy, i will look onto a machined one in the future.

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Now fellow Skyline owners, would you care to give me a picture of the fuse cover, my fuse cover is missing, and one fuse, please would some care to give me a picture and the AMP of the missing fuse so I can start labeling the connections?
And that ECU is ready to be cut :D


Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:28 am
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I shall add this, this is the cleanest engine I ever worked on, man just the smell of that clean synthetic, really well looked after It seems, it had 46 thousand miles accorndingly to the seller and it sure seems like so.


Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:31 am
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I can prob grab you a photo of the fuse box lid if you like mate? Gimme a handful of days though :-)


Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:35 pm
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I can prob grab you a photo of the fuse box lid if you like mate? Gimme a handful of days though :-)


I just about to PM you, yes I would like it!


Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:47 pm
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