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Old 08-04-2006, 08:49 AM   #111
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I was only joking when I said post pictures of the puppy.
ROFL... I didn't get the double meaning
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Keep one car, convert the other to electric.
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Old 08-05-2006, 01:09 PM   #113
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Keep one car, convert the other to electric.
keep one car and put a D16Z6 in the other. a little old school they will crap themselves when that old 600 hits vtec

or if the wife gives u fits i can take the other car off your hands
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Old 08-07-2006, 12:02 AM   #114
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The other day I took the carb apart and cleaned it. putting it back together provided it's own set of problems.

There are four screws holding the carb bowl in place. Only one of them screws tight. The rest keep spinning. Tonight I took the carb off again and removed the lock washers from the screws. Now three of the four screws screw tight.

Can I use something like locktite to fix this?

I started having some serious problems this weekend with the car. Whenever I slowed down or stopped the car would stall. I assumed it was the fuel filter, so I replaced it. I also replaced the fuel line that I have neglected to replace. neither did the trick.

I checked the timing and it is PERFECT.

While putting the carb back on tonight one of the wires on some weird sensor on the carb just broke off. I stripped it and grounded it to a screw nearby. The problem went away. Turns out this may have just been caused by a bad ground, or a ground on it's way out.


Tonight while putting the carb back in
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Old 08-07-2006, 08:37 AM   #115
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Damn son, stick a z1 in there so you can figure out what the hell it wrong with it.
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Old 08-07-2006, 09:08 AM   #116
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the z600 is supposed to be here on Wednesday. How exciting
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That z600 is gorgeous. Does it have ANY rust?! Looks clean!
I am ssssoooooooo jealous. What did you pay for it?
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Wow. Do you know if the Z has a synchromesh transmission? Does your N have a synchromesh transmission for that matter?
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Old 08-07-2006, 10:15 AM   #119
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That z600 is gorgeous. Does it have ANY rust?! Looks clean!
I am ssssoooooooo jealous. What did you pay for it?
I think it's rust free... I'm paying $500 for it, plus $765 (ARGH!) to ship it here.

I'm hoping I can fix it up a bit and sell it for much more. Hopefully the new owner won't mind that is going to have a sedan engine in it
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Is the current engine under its hood from a sedan, or are you swapping the z600 engine into your n600, or something?
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