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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 12:52 am 
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looke nice on the rims lie that. shame about the damage

Cheers mate :D My parents bought these rims when I was 3 for their zj fairlane and now I have reconditioned them and like you said they look bangin :D.

And once again thanks for all the support guys, really appreciated.

 

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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 4:31 pm 
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Thanks mate!! :)

Intake Manifold: Primer Putty, then Gloss White & finally Top Coat Clear
Throttle Body: Primer Putty, then Satin Black & finally Top Coat Clear
Idle Control Valve: Primer Putty, then Cardinal Red & finally Top Coat Clear
Fuel Rail: Primer Putty, then Cyan Metallic Blue & finally Top Coat Clear

lol...

The Red & Blue paints are proper car body paints. Therefore they won't peel off or blister under heat!

Here is another foto for ur enjoyment! lol and ideas of course...of the intake side (COMPLETED)
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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:50 pm 
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ROYLTY wrote:
Thanks mate!! :)

Intake Manifold: Primer Putty, then Gloss White & finally Top Coat Clear
Throttle Body: Primer Putty, then Satin Black & finally Top Coat Clear
Idle Control Valve: Primer Putty, then Cardinal Red & finally Top Coat Clear
Fuel Rail: Primer Putty, then Cyan Metallic Blue & finally Top Coat Clear

lol...

The Red & Blue paints are proper car body paints. Therefore they won't peel off or blister under heat!

Here is another foto for ur enjoyment! lol and ideas of course...of the intake side (COMPLETED)
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Thanks For that :D there is no if's or but's about it I am definitely doing this, it looks rad :D. What brand it that POD Filter :O so white, and white.

 

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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:25 pm 
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Lol nws mate! The pod is just a ordinary autobarn one! Lol if u need anymore tips pls give me a shout dude! Happy 2 help! :)
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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:34 pm 
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Oh true haha, looks flash is all. Cheers mate, will do.

 

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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:05 pm 
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Don't wanna be a party pooper but, a pod that sits in the engine bay like that will get little or no cold air thats why people tend to box them to supply them with cooler air and to make them legal (pods not legal in NSW if not boxed or seperated from the rest of the bay) But hey it does look good!

 

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Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:06 pm 
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Alright fella's I have just spent the last two ours trying to source a high flow snorkel so I can position it under my bumper where that 2ft wide slot is. I have stumbled across the SS inductions growler OTR intake kit and I am going where no man has gone before. I am going to put a 3 inch pipe from the throttle body, down behind the front left headlight where dsyfer had his, and connect it up to the kit that will hopefully sit perfectly or close enough into that slot. I will make the kit rigid to the chassis and put grille mesh over the slot so no nasty things go into the kit and wear out the twin pod filter set up faster. If I have to I am going to fiberglass the kit to the bumper where necessary to make it legitimate. I am really looking forward to this upgrade and I will do a full run through as I do it. Another thing is, I was going to purchase a MSD 6A pack however when telling my father, turns out my parents had one installed in there ZJ Fairlane with a tach adapt and he said I could have it! so I am going to climb into the engine bay within the next couple of days to get it and install it into the Fairlane with my new coil :D

Cannot wait,

 

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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:15 pm 
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I know that where my Pod filter is, doesn't receive cold air, but doesn't worry me too much. i have "restored" this old yet classic girl to as close as new condition i could (body & interior wise) with the money i had (which isn't alot btw!) lol...

i was gunna go all out with dropping in a V8, then went to the 6 cyl turbo/supercharged idea. But now i really cannot be bothered pouring another $7000+, rebuilding the engine again!! Once was enough! :)

My main goal for the NC LANE was for looks.
But until i save up a bit & either buy a ZH FAIRLANE 351 V8, C4 AUTO, 9INCH or another NC FAIRLANE, 302 V8 & possibly STROKE to 393! :)
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Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:18 pm 
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got any shots of outside? engine looks sweet (for a six)

 

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Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:34 pm 
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always nice to see another teenager liking the old lanes :)
they are coming along nice :)

a idea might be to fit a EF EL BBM and use a BA GT or XR8 Intake (i got mine from FTG) up to you if you want to use the EF EL Box or the BA one they are very similar

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i have the BA GT intake and its great made great throttle response for my NF and is making a very slight fuel econ increase always a good thing to see :)

the BA XR8/GT Intakes Are Very Massive In Comparison To Stock And Mine Presses On My Thermos No Real Hard Plastic Braking Pressure But Its Something Else To Remember

 

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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:38 pm 
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yea in my gallery! :)
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Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:53 pm 
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Fordsrule174 wrote:
always nice to see another teenager liking the old lanes :)
they are coming along nice :)

a idea might be to fit a EF EL BBM and use a BA GT or XR8 Intake (i got mine from FTG) up to you if you want to use the EF EL Box or the BA one they are very similar

fordmods-technical-documents-diy-f38/fitting-a-ef-el-bbm-to-your-ea-ed-how-to-t95181.html?hilit=EL%20BBM

i have the BA GT intake and its great made great throttle response for my NF and is making a very slight fuel econ increase always a good thing to see :)

the BA XR8/GT Intakes Are Very Massive In Comparison To Stock And Mine Presses On My Thermos No Real Hard Plastic Braking Pressure But Its Something Else To Remember


I was considering this actually, however I am not sure if I should or not? How much did you pick your BBM up for? and is the wiring loom different from the NC? Because I know you have to change the ecu?

Cheers :)

 

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Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:55 pm 
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Aah! Cardinal red Fairlane - gotta love them!

 

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 Post subject: Re: 94 NC II fairlane FULL build
Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:59 pm 
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Quick update fella's,
1. The fairlady is getting assessed next Friday so hopefully she will be fixed by April
2. I have stumbled across this magnificant piece of engineering and I am going to purchase it with the next couple of days, i have been thinking about this for a while and I have found my match, have a look http://www.knfilters.com/search/product ... =RC-5052AR
3. I am buying new ball joints and bushes tomorrow and this weekend I hopefully will be able to install them with my sports ryder suspension out of the old fairlane :D

All is going well, I have actually written down everything I am going to do to the car, in order and the suspension was first, so atleast I am keeping on with it :D.

One last thing, I really wanted to upholster the interior but I wasn't going to fork out $4000 for some vinyl, so I have justified a solution. Do it myself :) I have found the off-white colour in LEATHER! I want in a 4x6 metre hide for roughly $360 (from wholesalers) and I will be doing the seats, door trims, roof lining, centre console lid, parcel shelf and visors. I will colour match the leather and spray the dash, console and trimming. This will be happening in june when I have my mid-year break.

Cannot wait to get the new parts tomorrow :)

Aaron Out.

 

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Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 12:26 am 
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azarawr wrote:
Fordsrule174 wrote:
always nice to see another teenager liking the old lanes :)
they are coming along nice :)

a idea might be to fit a EF EL BBM and use a BA GT or XR8 Intake (i got mine from FTG) up to you if you want to use the EF EL Box or the BA one they are very similar

fordmods-technical-documents-diy-f38/fitting-a-ef-el-bbm-to-your-ea-ed-how-to-t95181.html?hilit=EL%20BBM

i have the BA GT intake and its great made great throttle response for my NF and is making a very slight fuel econ increase always a good thing to see :)

the BA XR8/GT Intakes Are Very Massive In Comparison To Stock And Mine Presses On My Thermos No Real Hard Plastic Braking Pressure But Its Something Else To Remember


I was considering this actually, however I am not sure if I should or not? How much did you pick your BBM up for? and is the wiring loom different from the NC? Because I know you have to change the ecu?

Cheers :)


my NF came with a EF EL BBM but i did see one on ebay sell for $20 was complete with throttle body fuel injecotrs etc cold air intake did cost a bit considering its plastic but the power increase and fuel economy increase is great it will pay for its self in no time :) just send the guys at FTG a message they can fix ya up :)

 

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