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Suspension, Steering, Braking, Wheels & Tyres / suspension question
« on: September 05, 2011, 08:52:47 PM »
Quote from: BADHAB|T;568620
Farken oath.... I need an alignment :D It's been too long since I last had one
Need any car audio work doing? ;)


haha I'm an audio head myself (well I like to think so) and I need to sort some shizz out on my car at the mo.

Quote from: ONS2HU;568622
deal bro.

il spot u a box of ya choice for an alignment tehehe


haha what I should really do is get my mate to teach me how to use the damn thing then I could actually help myself out as well as a few people here.

current problem is I don't think my mate will be so impressed with me if he has to do the alignment and I drink the piss hahahaha

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Suspension, Steering, Braking, Wheels & Tyres / suspension question
« on: September 05, 2011, 07:59:41 PM »
Quote from: ONS2HU;568408
i think we just became best friends.


i think i just got my saturday beers sorted for a while :D

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hey from auckland!
« on: September 05, 2011, 07:58:28 PM »
Quote from: BADHAB|T;568569
integra, pulsar, lucino, charade etc.... yeah I'm no fan of those types of 2 doors lol

Friday afternoon I'll be working! Also, I don't like rugby haha so I'm staying the hell out of the cbd that day!


haha yeah fair enough - me neither

yeah boss letting us "northern" guys off early. mates got a hotel room in town so might just jam that. not a huge fan of rugby either but cbd atmosphere on the 9th is not to be missed i recon

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hey from auckland!
« on: September 05, 2011, 05:56:51 PM »
Quote from: BADHAB|T;568556
coupe = sports car
sedan = family car

:dfinger:


i kinda felt the same tbh
i'm quite a fan if 2dr anything really

you going town on friday arvo?

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Heyy from Wellington
« on: September 05, 2011, 03:23:43 PM »
that's one staunch looking gtr

oh and welcome haha :)

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hello From Sunny Nelson!!
« on: September 05, 2011, 03:22:50 PM »

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hey from auckland!
« on: September 05, 2011, 03:21:57 PM »
Quote from: con-air;568488
4 doors look way better than the coupes man.


really? im still deciding tbh...

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / hello from rotorua!
« on: September 05, 2011, 03:20:59 PM »
welcome bro - nz=drifting (my naive take)  - i think you will like it

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hello, I'm V
« on: September 05, 2011, 03:18:23 PM »
cool i just picked up one myself and looking to do the same thing. keep me posted on what you do to your ride :)

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Don't know if anyone has made a quick guide for posting photos on SDU forums from Photobucket but I thought I would quickly make one anyway so us new guys / girls can post photos with our introduction.

First guide for me so go easy

Step 1: Open your browser and in your address bar type http://www.photobucket.com



This window will appear and if you do not have an account you will need to quickly make one. If you have one, sign in.

Step 2: Click on the green ''Upload now" button



On the left hand side of the page there is an "Upload from" text with the drop down menu next to it. You need to select the area you wish to upload your photos from (most of the time it will be from My Computer).

Step 3:
Click on the big green button in the middle of the page "Select photos and videos"



A new window will pop up for you to select your photos from. Search for your photo/s (you can upload more than one photo at a time), select them and click "Open"

Your photo/s will begin to upload to Photobucket and the screen will look like this while this is happening



Once the photo or all the photos have finished uploading you will see this screen



You can view the photo/s by clicking on the "View album" button or you can continue to upload more by clicking on the "Upload more"button

Step 4:
If you are going to post photos in the form of a reply to a post you need to click the "Go advanced" button underneath the quick reply window...



...to get to this screen below
NB: If you are creating a thread this window will come up automatically



Once you're in this screen you need click on the picture button. This is the little yellow square with the mountain and the sun in it, underneath the undo / back arrow button. This will bring up the URL box shown below



This box is only for pasting URL links to photos [on the internet]
To find the URL a.k.a the direct link for your photo on Photobucket, let your mouse hover over the photo you wish to link and a drop down menu will appear, shown below



Left click next to the "Direct link" text on the web address and the box will temporarily change it's text to "Copied"
Paste (Ctrl+v) this URL into the URL box on the SDU forums. Hit "Ok" and the next screen you see should look like this



When you have completed your post your images will show up on the thread (you can preview your post to check this)

I hope this helps anyone trying to upload photos from photobucket.

Any advise or constructive criticism about my thread or instructions will be appreciated, cheers

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Suspension, Steering, Braking, Wheels & Tyres / suspension question
« on: September 05, 2011, 10:43:50 AM »
Quote from: 4ever_sideways;568257
oh **** matey, it was ment to be please get a wheel alignment


yeah we got a wheel alignment machine here at work so i should be able to get on no probs

Quote from: con-air;568327
Get a cheap open diff and lock it up, it will cost less than buying an lsd then shimming it up for it to only wear out again eventually. You can't beat a decent locked diff if you wanna do skids on the cheap.


I think it's something I'll definitely try. At least if it breaks (unlikely) it wont cost much to replace

Quote from: R33_dan;568391
(Quote)
hey thanks for the reply. what you've outlined there is really helpful thanks. i think it will take a while to get the right set up with all the tweaking required but i'm sure it will come right yea. my friend is a wheel alignment dude so maybe once i get some bit and have them installed i can muck around with the setting with him and ill be sure to take your specs along too and see how i go.

so what diff do you recommend?
are the rack spacers for great steering lock?
are you in akl? i wouldn't mind coming to have a look at your set up at some stage - what do you think?

Diff - Nismo 2 way. There expensive but great. On the cheap my mates have all run welded open diffs with no problem. Just be careful driving them. Shimming hell out of a viscus diff will be tight as on the street. Get some heat into it drifting and they all end up the same. At least with a locker its predictably going to spin both for you. Nothing worse than a car 1 wheeling at 160k sideways........

Rack spacers- Yea extra lock. You'll need it

Na I'm not in Auckland mate, I'm in Paihia bay of islands. Cars off the road getting some mods n **** done. Need to do brakes really. May be down at a meet sometime


ok I'll check out the nismo diff. any particular brand of rack spacers that suit rb's/skylines well or can i just use anything?

yeah man will be good to meet ya and check out your car to see what you got going on :)

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hey from auckland!
« on: September 05, 2011, 09:04:42 AM »
Quote from: D1LEMA;568375
<3 ... anther 4 door !


haha i take it you're a 4dr fan then?

Quote from: Stalk3r;568385
....yea, sure man, whatever :P

p.s. i went over yours with an orbital sander last night, so its more a primer colour than blue now, hope you dont mind

i figured if im doing your mechanical work for you i have to break something otherwise it just wouldnt be right

anyways, ill stop derailing, WELCOME TO SDU


haha thanks man, good to be here

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hey from auckland!
« on: September 05, 2011, 09:03:13 AM »
haha yeah bro i have a thing with tow bars. most of the cars I've owned have come with them, it's super random / scary! (MK2 Escort, Corolla KE30, Subaru Liberty, Datsun Sunny, and Skyline have ALL had tow bars when i bought them) so funny i recon :)

but as you say, it could come in handy....

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Introductions / New Member Welcomes / Hey from auckland!
« on: September 05, 2011, 08:02:30 AM »
haha my camera is bias, but yeah i will def be at some meets :)

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