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About Crytek89

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  • Birthday 07/11/1991

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    1983 720, 1984 720, 1990 Nissan 240sx
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    Drifting, Online gaming, working on my 720.

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  1. Modifications to the oil pan/rear sump wouldn't be required on a DE from the frontier but depending on the model year may result in a different wiring setup depending if it's OBDI or OBDII.
  2. You'll also need to do a bit of cutting in the trans tunnel for the shifter as the location will be slightly different so just be aware of that. As long as you're not clutch kicking the rear diff should hold up - I'd recommend checking your diff lube though. If you plan to turbo the KA in the future I'd definitely recommend replacing the diff though - the KA can easily make 250-300hp boosted, but the rear diff will be in dangerous territory at that power level.
  3. I think it's just a generic photo - the others on Rockauto are showing as the plastic ones you mentioned.
  4. Single in-single out. https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=478690&cc=1210329&jsn=891 Part number i'm familiar with is 71650, but it's just a standard filter.
  5. @datzenmike does a good job explaining what you need in this thread ->
  6. I just did the R.Diff+Trans in my 240sx and both looked worse than that and still shifts/drives relatively smoothly. I'm honestly scared to see what my 720 drain plugs look like though.
  7. Mine is a JVC deck. Dimensions are: W: 7.2in D: 6.3in H: 2.1in Fit without any issues when I first put it in.
  8. I did, works well. Little bit too much work for what it's worth as Datzenmike mentioned. With that said, if you're looking to say turbo-charge in the future the KA is a rather easy platform to work with.
  9. I bet if you post them on the 720 group on Facebook you'd be sold out in no time 😛
  10. I mean, of course. However, the VQ35DE would fit better than a straight-6 though. Height from top of oil pan to top of intake manifold is 28" Width from head to head not including piping is 22.5" Overall length from front idler pulley to where the trans bolts up is only 21" Might save you having to do a firewall push but may require inner fender "adjustments" which is far easier than the firewall.
  11. I have an '83 in Nanaimo if you wanna save some shipping.
  12. Not sure how I missed this.. I ended up going with a stock KA flywheel and an ACT 6-puck stage 2, was a little pricey but it grabs like hell.
  13. According to Pathfinder forums it appears the 94-95 had the strongest LSD. If you head to a junk yard just clear off the rear diff pumpkin and there should be a yellow or orange sticker stating to use "LSD fluid" or something to that nature. With that said, it is recommended to take apart the LSD and thoroughly clean the friction plates and discs.
  14. This was posted on the 720 FB page today. Might help you compare?
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