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Old 26-07-2018, 08:10 AM
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So just to open thins up a little a drilled out the main port in the basket and shaved a little off the edges on the spring basket..
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Old 26-07-2018, 08:13 AM
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Not to sure about using these babies now? I will soak them in some diesel and see what happens to the plastic and rubber flap inside ... keep ya posted...
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Old 27-07-2018, 02:37 AM
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I like! Neat little gauge indeed... hmmm -dammit, you got me thinking now lol i like your one better, easier to mount... plus i dont have any f's to give at the moment about cutting into the dash lol i want her back on the road ... did this gauge come with wiring loom and sender Rab?
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Man get onto that PartSouq site or Amayama site, gen nissan parts from japan -CHEAP!
I just bundled mine together, went around once with black electrical tape, and used a big cable tie through the vent holes in the console. Its out of the way and neat enough. That thing down the bottom is just the ground wire.In my rotary i have two of them for egt. Ijust cut two square holes in a bit of aluminium angle, painted it black and mounted them under the dash too. Of course, not as neat as flush mounted in the actual dash though.

Hey thanks for the link! :D
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I just bundled mine together, went around once with black electrical tape, and used a big cable tie through the vent holes in the console. Its out of the way and neat enough. That thing down the bottom is just the ground wire.In my rotary i have two of them for egt. Ijust cut two square holes in a bit of aluminium angle, painted it black and mounted them under the dash too. Of course, not as neat as flush mounted in the actual dash though.

Hey thanks for the link! :D
Good job man.
yeah no probs- i have been going crazy on those two sites.. i found them when i did the braking system, i went nuts then too ..lol

Try these two also!
This site 7zap is the site i use for the part fiche, part numbers! Make sure you use your VIN.

Then there is PartInfo.org to cross refrence part nunbers and find superseded part numbers..
Very handy indeed, plus it's funny to see what other cars use those parts!
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Old 08-09-2018, 02:41 AM
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Hey rabbit chop, i have lost the instructions for the regulator! Can you tell me what direction to turn the screw for regulating pressure? Clock wise anti clock wise ?
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