R34 Front End Parts + Open House Details

Getting back into the swing of things on another hectic Monday! Sorry for the short upload – I’ve got a banger for the next one! https://www.lzmfg.com/black-friday-specials/ – LAST DAY OF DEALS!

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31 thoughts on “R34 Front End Parts + Open House Details

  1. Europeans are used to carry their 1.5 liter bottle, so most cars have storage in doors for bottles rather than cup holder. And if there are some, there is one or two in the whole car.

  2. You could make mock up pipe using a pvc pipe or aluminum tubing just so it cuts fast so you can try a bunch of angles and get it just right and not make expensive errors

  3. Ps. ARC is the the best. I still have bnib ARC GTR intercoolers from before rheg went bankrupt (obviously eventually they were relaunched as arc brazing). Their intercoolers are lighter than the other big brands and most importantly provide more airflow through the fins to the radiator. Lots of people mess up the cooling balance in their GTRs when they fit a big intercooler. Most have terrible flow through the core so the radiator is starved of air and the car overheats. Arc intercoolers (and PWR) seem to be the only ones who gave thought to that issue.

  4. Adam, on the top radiator brackets/radiator stays, go with carbon. The stock ones are a bit bulky and cheap pressed metal. The PRP ones are an odd shape to me.

    I’m fact there’s no need for the complex shape. They really just need to be kind of a flat ‘s’ shape with the correct holes. I have really nice simple ones I got years ago )possibly off yahoo jp).

    These guys have some (still in the overly complex shape though as they used stock ones as a mold – https://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=405754&amp=1

    These also these at RHD JP: https://www.rhdjapan.com/benetec-radiator-stay-set-dry-carbon-fiber-bnr34.html

    The ideal ones look exactly like this (very simple, low profile shape) but in carbon instead of titanium. The ones I have re-use the one rubber bushes and mounting hardware. Anyone mildly handy with carbon could make you some pretty easily. https://www.titanium-works.com/products/radiator-brackets

  5. It’s generally called a receiver/drier. And it’s called a drier because it removes moisture from the refrigerant in the system. 🙂

    Yes. I’m a nerd.

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