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Re: V3LOZ / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Outlaw » Sat May 07, 2011 2:00 am

cltcmmder17 wrote:No camber kit, get used to almost no bolt on stuff. Correcting camber= removing rear subframe and redrilling or notching the outer control arm mounting hole.
So does this mean the camber kit for the z31 will not work on the M?
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Re: V3LOZ / Phoenix, AZ

Post by cltcmmder17 » Sat May 07, 2011 9:39 am

There is no kit for the Z31 either. There is a template that will tell you where to drill to correct minimal camber (I think 1-1.5 degrees). You will still have to remove subframe and drill a hole.
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Re: V3LOZ / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Outlaw » Sat May 07, 2011 8:17 pm

I think i found out where the rubbing is coming from. I believe the new wheel studs are too long in the back and are possibly rubbing against the knickle. I have to order another set anyways, I might shave em down and re-press and weld them into the hub for good measure. on another note, the spacers helped clear the rear frame and pulled out to the fender without having to roll them. I'm actually thinking of getting some 30mm spacers and folding the fenders out for that hella flush look.
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Re: V3LOZ / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Outlaw » Wed May 18, 2011 12:10 am

Got another set of studs, and these bastards were the wrong ones, yet again. Fitted em to length, tac welded em, rubbing issues were mostly washers missing on the brake calipers. For anyone running 85 300ZX turbo rear hubs. I have a 10 int wheel, needed 15mm spacer w/ no need to roll fenders. I used ichba spacers that fit Z32, the knurll was w00% perfect as was keeping hubcentric ring. This is also without haveing to add a camber kit, though its more toed in than I like, its not overdone. A w0mm spacer would prolly fit better, and still keep space away from the frame. I wish I had better wheel specs to post.
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Re: V3LOZ / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Outlaw » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:44 pm

Was cruising down the strret to get my daughter from school and a dog ran into the street. I swerved and came up on the curb. She still drives, but is about an inch higher on the drivers side (side I hit curb). Luckily I didnt smash a bumper, but I prolly bent a lower control arm or something. I also shredded a tire drifting, and out of $$$ for another month or so. Hopefully I'll get cer cleaned up soon.

I was having intemitten issues after drifting the M a bit, but the Maf stabilized after some MAF cleaner and sitting unplugged off the battery overnight. Just a heads up to some of ya'll. I'm also thinking of doing a sweet sound system, but guess I'll need to beef up the security as well.
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Re: V3LOZ / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Outlaw » Sun Oct 30, 2011 4:24 pm

Had hubs already but I needed new ones. Bearing were bad nut now I have an annoying squeak, and some suspension knock. I thought it was the bearings but apparently not.
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Re: Outlaw / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Mr. 25/8 » Sun Oct 30, 2011 9:12 pm

Says video is unavailable?
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Re: Outlaw / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Outlaw » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:02 pm

Mr. 25/8 wrote:Says video is unavailable?
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Re: Outlaw / Phoenix, AZ

Post by Mr. 25/8 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 5:59 pm

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Re: Outlaw / Phoenix, AZ

Post by SlappinM30 » Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:41 pm

That is one clean ass M Outlaw! I am really looking forward to repainting my M all black as well (after a ton of body work that is), it's good to see what it will look like. thaqnks for all the suspension info as well.
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Bad up date

Post by Outlaw » Wed Nov 23, 2011 1:06 pm

Soi i was drifting, badly at a local track event, and I broke a tie rod, and shredded some good tires. Alarm goes off now for no reason, Broke the handle to get out the car on the drivers side. i thiunk I'm gunna slan my Oz wheels, if anyones interested, but I'm selling em redicilus high at this point. drop a email if interested bboyoutlaw@yahoo.com. In AZ, you pay shipping. Ince I get some money, Ima set this broad up, body work, paint, and some Weds Mavericks, hopefully. Im also thinking of ditching the coils and just going air. I love drifting, but I think I'ma chill on that for now.
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Re: Bad up date

Post by Mr. 25/8 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 5:50 pm

I will also be going air on the new M. Got the hookup! 8)
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Re: Bad up date

Post by j » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:35 am

ahhh no!!! dang sorry to hear that bro! at least the damage is a pretty easy fix tho.

somebody just posted up some mavericks for sale on craigslist hawaii but coming off a is350 so offsets kinda hi.
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Re: Bad up date

Post by Outlaw » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:07 pm

ells yes, speaking of which J, I gotta set some stuff up for air travel next year from you! Lookin Feb, if you know what I mean. Opps, the alarm in the M went off again, damn cold weather setting it off!
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