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FUELER last won the day on November 14 2016

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About FUELER

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    WEST COAST
  • Birthday 11/17/1982

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    Fueler505050
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    http://www.honda-tech.com
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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    ya
  • Place of Residence
    WEST COAST
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    I Own A Shop Or Work As A Professional Mechanic
  • Your Age
    22-29
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Serious Off Road Enthusiast
  • Model
    Regulus RSR
  • Year
    1999.5

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    Male
  • Location
    by the beach
  • Country
    Poland
  • Interests
    success

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  1. I have a homemade plug and play harness for my nissan terrano regulus headlights. I did not make this harness myself, but I can give you pictures so you have an idea. It was made using Nissan relays, the HID headlights get their power from the battery but power is triggered by the 9004 sockets (qx4 used 9004 sockets from 97-99... 99.5-00 use a different plug) Everything is powered except for the auto leveling, I do not have the plugs or switch for leveling but i would love it!! I want to upload a picture of the harness but I do not see an option to upload photos? Is this outsourced photo hosting only now?
  2. Thanks for your insight!! I can see momo does -93 and then 94+, that throws me off even more I am OK with eliminating cruise as it's broken anyways. I'll just have to try and see what happens
  3. Hey all, I'd like to install a Grant GT steering wheel in a 1995 Pathfinder, but Grant GT says their adapter kit only works from 1987-1994 Does anybody know what the difference is between 90-94 and a 1995 steering wheel setup?? Has anybody installed a wheel in a 95? Thanks!!
  4. I have literally done zero maintenance since installing them.
  5. My OEM bushings were toast at 100k miles (to the point where they were dangerous). I put the 4x4parts.com poly ones on and VERY glad I did because i've only wheeled it harder and harder. Now i'm at 210k miles and they are still great, no problems. Ride is still comfortable as well. If I would have gone OEM, i would probably be doing this nightmare of a job again.... rear control arm bushings are no joke in our SUV's. Poly are great even if you don't off-road. Your wife is gonna hit a curb in a parking lot and crack an OEM bushing, whereas the poly will take anything you can throw at it.
  6. ya lol. "a pathfinder in a tux" is what they called it
  7. is there anything positive that can be said about a $40 chinese coilover "conversion" ??? GOOD LUCK AND LET US KNOW HOW IT GOES...
  8. That is the most ghetto thing I have ever seen. Ebay coilovers are already a joke even when on their proper applications, i can't imagine the ride when cutting up your stock struts and fitting ebay chinese coilovers to fit a different application
  9. the difference between a QX4 and a pathfinder - $15,000 (when new)
  10. Yup. For a professional system that will last a long time, remove all the bose and run your own wires (like me). I've had an extremely loud sound system in my R50 for like 7 years now and i'm glad I went thru the headache of doing it. If you don't really care that much about music, a bose adapter will suffice.
  11. I heard koyo makes good radiators. The $110 radiators are no name and likely chinese.... Im wondering if the $160 all aluminum will bolt right in with no mods? I dont want to tap and threads and i Dont want an e-fan....
  12. stock style radiator $110 ... aluminum radiator $160 .... which should I get?

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    2. 1994SEV6

      1994SEV6

      on the contrary. Nefarious, boy, do I have some pictures to show you. My friend crashed his S10 and totaled it. factory aluminum radiator. Crushed the hell out of it. The fan hit it, causing a huge circular gash. It didn't leak a single drop of antifreeze and they still drove it 30 miles after that

    3. stalker

      stalker

      go with the aluminum and run an electric fan

    4. The_Magicians_Eye
  13. hey guys thanks for all your input. For now, I have put globs of JB weld on the crack, lol. I can get a OEM-style cheap replacement for $110 or an all aluminum rad for $155 (from www.radiatorexpress.com) which would you get? I hope the aluminum would be plug-n-play, i dont want to have to tap any threads like mentioned earlier.
  14. It's the first time it's happened on my QX4 in 200k miles... very hard miles, with several overheating episodes... i think 200k is not bad, no? I'm just saying, seems like all cars nowadays have plastic radiators.... and they always break in the plastic.... and not repairable.... replace only

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