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Thread: What Did You Do To Your B13 Today?

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2012-10-03 00:04:14
#2151
Originally Posted by NissanEgg
Installed new Carbotech XP10 front pads, tomorrow installing the Prothane engine mounts, did alignment, changed fuel filter, dizzy cap and rotor, installed new smaller battery meant for a GT-R, rebalanced the Enkei RPF-1s, bled brake fluid with new ATE Superblue DOT 4, reset idle speed and timing, and cleaned throttle body.

All this for preparations for track day at Barber Motorsports Park this Sunday as part of the ZNationals. Interesting to see what a '94 B13 LE 2-door will do against Z's and G's.


If you haven't run the XP10 pads before, they're excellent, but really need quite a bit of temperature before they'll bite, so be mindful until you've got them warmed. I run the XP10 on the front in AD22V's and XP8 in the rear in Maxima calipers on my b13 rally car and two races in and they haven't shown any signs of fade at any time, even with heavy trail braking, and the pads and rotors look like new.

Be smooth and carry speed and you'll surprise a lot of "faster" cars
2012-10-03 01:38:48
#2152
Originally Posted by Vector
Originally Posted by NissanEgg
Installed new Carbotech XP10 front pads, tomorrow installing the Prothane engine mounts, did alignment, changed fuel filter, dizzy cap and rotor, installed new smaller battery meant for a GT-R, rebalanced the Enkei RPF-1s, bled brake fluid with new ATE Superblue DOT 4, reset idle speed and timing, and cleaned throttle body.

All this for preparations for track day at Barber Motorsports Park this Sunday as part of the ZNationals. Interesting to see what a '94 B13 LE 2-door will do against Z's and G's.


If you haven't run the XP10 pads before, they're excellent, but really need quite a bit of temperature before they'll bite, so be mindful until you've got them warmed. I run the XP10 on the front in AD22V's and XP8 in the rear in Maxima calipers on my b13 rally car and two races in and they haven't shown any signs of fade at any time, even with heavy trail braking, and the pads and rotors look like new.

Be smooth and carry speed and you'll surprise a lot of "faster" cars


Hay Mark how are you ? I had in the pass ran in my rally car front NX breaks and rear OEM SER with bimetallic pad and never fade or had any pulsation in breaks I had ran the same set up not just for gravel stage rally but also on Tarmac rally's and love it , I had think about changing the rears for maxima with Altima MC but I'm worried of lucking the rears on loose surfe rally what is your imput ?
Thanks
Gus
2012-10-03 02:06:28
#2153
Originally Posted by ciclon1

Hay Mark how are you ? I had in the pass ran in my rally car front NX breaks and rear OEM SER with bimetallic pad and never fade or had any pulsation in breaks I had ran the same set up not just for gravel stage rally but also on Tarmac rally's and love it , I had think about changing the rears for maxima with Altima MC but I'm worried of lucking the rears on loose surfe rally what is your imput ?
Thanks
Gus


Tune it with more or less aggressive pads between front and rear, or plumb in one of those inline bias adjusters so you can turn down the rear bias.

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2012-10-03 02:35:44
#2154
Realized the XE went 150 miles of mixed city/highway driving on 5 gallons of gas. $3.89/gal. can suck my B13.
2012-10-03 04:41:53
#2155
Originally Posted by Vector
Originally Posted by NissanEgg
Installed new Carbotech XP10 front pads, tomorrow installing the Prothane engine mounts, did alignment, changed fuel filter, dizzy cap and rotor, installed new smaller battery meant for a GT-R, rebalanced the Enkei RPF-1s, bled brake fluid with new ATE Superblue DOT 4, reset idle speed and timing, and cleaned throttle body.

All this for preparations for track day at Barber Motorsports Park this Sunday as part of the ZNationals. Interesting to see what a '94 B13 LE 2-door will do against Z's and G's.


If you haven't run the XP10 pads before, they're excellent, but really need quite a bit of temperature before they'll bite, so be mindful until you've got them warmed. I run the XP10 on the front in AD22V's and XP8 in the rear in Maxima calipers on my b13 rally car and two races in and they haven't shown any signs of fade at any time, even with heavy trail braking, and the pads and rotors look like new.

Be smooth and carry speed and you'll surprise a lot of "faster" cars


Never ran comeptition pads before. The guy at Carbotech told me over the phone to take it easy the first lap or 2 until they get up to temp. It should be interesting as I have a GA16DE powered car, stock resurfaced front rotors, and new shoes and wheel cylinders and resurfaced drums on the rear. My plan of attack is keeping momentum up in the corners. I'm pretty good at that on mountain cruises, just never done it before on a race track.
2012-10-03 23:06:20
#2156
Removed leather cover from steering wheel and clean up the interior a bit.

2012-10-05 03:37:49
#2157
Got my VE in
2012-10-07 07:54:35
#2158
finally put the missing clip on my brake pads, no more knocking sound when I brake
I hate my car, who wants it?
2012-10-07 07:54:55
#2159
finally put the missing clip on my brake pads, no more knocking sound when I brake
I hate my car, who wants it?
2012-10-10 19:53:16
#2160
Installed the following:

- Innovate oil pressure sender
- CS Water temp adapter
- Innovate water temp sender

Now i just need to wire up and install the gauges...

branden
aka hawaiiaNX
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