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Member Since 24 Apr 2015
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In Topic: Looking for a GTR in BC

25 June 2016 - 04:25 PM

I just listed mine. I'm getting kinda bored with it and just want something else. I'm asking high but it's been extremely reliable. Tranny has been built by Jacks. Full bolt ons. Willing to sell for less if I remove all the extras minus the tranny build of course. I'm in the Okanagan but I'm coming to Vancouver next weekend if you wanna take a look.

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In Topic: Does hot outside air temp contribute to engine knock?

12 June 2016 - 01:48 PM

Thanks guys! I didn't know about the e85 method. I figured I'd need upgraded fuel pumps to even run a little bit of it. I've tried octane booster and have not noticed any difference.

I think the reason American fuel made it run better was most, if not all 91 Octane fuel has up to 10% Ethanol, and our 91 doesn't have any. Just 87 & 89 has the ~10% label.

On a better note, the weather recently dropped to 52F/11C the other day. Drove about 250km and only registered a maximum -307 on the knock count at one time. This was on the same tank of fuel. Perhaps it's as simple as a cooling issue.

In Topic: (BC) Diamond Rally - May 14, 2016

22 May 2016 - 01:11 PM

This was my first time attending the Diamond Rally, and it exceeded my expectations. Approximately 183 rare, luxury, and supercars were in attendance. I would highly recommend checking it out next year, either participating or spectating!

Check out my gallery from this year!


In Topic: MFD flicker, then blueish color

07 May 2016 - 07:17 PM

I installed the cameras the same week I bought the car last year. It just started recently though. I guess I'll take apart the dash again and post my findings.

In Topic: Switch No Light

05 May 2016 - 12:39 PM

Not sure which bulb it takes, but that whole panel is easy to remove if you're comfortable with disassembling it. Perhaps a computer repair shop can swap the bulb out for you? I think I remember someone doing that with the lamps that burn out on the fuel gauge backlighting. It's a much cheaper alternative to purchasing another panel.

Here's a quick DIY on how to remove the center dash. Refer to steps 1 and 2.