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    Quote Originally Posted by lynchfourtwenty View Post
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    Nice round of upgrade and what agood looking NX you have! Watch out for those rear bushings ripping the parallel LCA up. Just happened to @lynchfourtwenty
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    To be fair I'm sure they been on the car for years and I've hit some potholes.. luckily we had a parts nx with non broken ones an I had it fixed in bout half hour
    Dayuum! What caused it?
    Started from the bottom Now we're here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztunedsr20 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lynchfourtwenty View Post
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    Nice round of upgrade and what agood looking NX you have! Watch out for those rear bushings ripping the parallel LCA up. Just happened to @lynchfourtwenty
    Yep



    To be fair I'm sure they been on the car for years and I've hit some potholes.. luckily we had a parts nx with non broken ones an I had it fixed in bout half hour
    Dayuum! What caused it?
    ...the rear parallel Lower Control Arm bushings.

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    vacuumed the a/c lines, recharged with R12 (fuck global warming scam) and my shxt is cold as hell! Running on new compressor as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynchfourtwenty View Post
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    Nice round of upgrade and what agood looking NX you have! Watch out for those rear bushings ripping the parallel LCA up. Just happened to @lynchfourtwenty
    Yep



    To be fair I'm sure they been on the car for years and I've hit some potholes.. luckily we had a parts nx with non broken ones an I had it fixed in bout half hour
    Dayuum! What caused it?
    ...the rear parallel Lower Control Arm bushings.


    I agree probably had to do with hitting the arms with the road i think the welds look pretty much gone and most likely not from the bushings itself from what i can see , but its nice to know and thanks for the heads up guys!, im also lucky to have a parts car nx shell that has come pretty handy to me also
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    Bought a nx2000

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    Dude...LOVE sapphire blue. Rare color you got there!!!

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    Damn Uly getting some good cars as of recent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Damn Uly getting some good cars as of recent!
    Yea man, all original one owner old lady with service records since 93
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    I replaced all of my fuel rail pain-in-the-ass screws with hex caps and washers, same for the FPRs and the damned TPS ones too. Also put one in the waxstat spot enough so that the waxstat is no longer part of the equation.

    Bought enough to share - if anyone wants a set, pm me. Save yourself the headache and cussing, plus they look so sleek

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    Replaced my dashboard, reinstalled my OEM MAF and ECU, and replaced the o-rings on my low pressure line. Going to try a recharge sometime next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiaNX View Post
    Replaced my dashboard, reinstalled my OEM MAF and ECU, and replaced the o-rings on my low pressure line. Going to try a recharge sometime next week.

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    Did you replace the drier unit as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
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    Replaced my dashboard, reinstalled my OEM MAF and ECU, and replaced the o-rings on my low pressure line. Going to try a recharge sometime next week.

    Branden
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    Did you replace the drier unit as well?
    I did not actually. I ordered a new one from Rockauto but it did not fit (sensor hole was not threaded), so am going to figure out where to get the correct one from. Just wanted to get everything replaced to see if the system would even hold pressure/vacuum. First step.

    If it DOES hold, I will replace the receiver drier and recharge and see if everything will work.

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    Torqued down the bolts that had come loose on the intake, some weren't even 'hand tight' - whoever installed the thermoblock spacers just didn't seem to think torque was worth it? Anyways, hoping that smooths out my idle issues.

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    Took my S4HL's out and swapped back to my stock cams.

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    Fixed the ac system, retrofit, new condenser and drier. Ready for this heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulysses View Post
    Fixed the ac system, retrofit, new condenser and drier. Ready for this heat.
    Nice! I'm looking forward to getting my AC going as well! Just need to replace drier and can go for a vac and recharge. Not sure if the AC bits are still good though, as the bolt holding the low pressure line into the compressor had been missing since I owned the car, so moisture had a clear path to the internals of the system. Fingers crossed!!!

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    Installed new receiver-drier and Miko tranny saver bracket. Still stock clutch though, so not much difference. Will definitely notice it more with the FX500 when the time comes.

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