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Air filter causing car to stall
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
How do I keep my car from stalling at speed? If the car will stall when the clutch is pushed in at speed to coast, the fix is simple: This is fairly common with the K&N style after market intakes, primarily with the Stillen model because the 'horn' for the filter is polished smooth. The simple solution is to tape [read more]
Air filter replacement / cleaning
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Air Filter Replacement/Cleaning:   Another of the simple DIY jobs on the Z. The air filter is the first (basically only) line of defense to keep debris from entering the engine. When it's dirty, it restricts airflow, reducing available horsepower & torque. Replacing the stock filters or cleaning the K&N style filter will regain the lost horsepower. This cleaning was [read more]
Cleaning K&N Air Filters
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
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Fuel Filter Replacement
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Fuel Filter Replacement:   Another of the simple DIY jobs on the Z. A clogged fuel filter can cause a lot of problems from simple hesitation to cratering an engine. When there's not enough fuel for the air being brought through the engine, detonation will occur from running too lean a mixture.  Timing: The service manual never gives a recommended [read more]
Installing an aftermarket Pod filter
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
For this job you will need the following; Phillips head screwdriver 8-12mm Socket set (used instead of driver if nuts to tight) 8-10" shifter. Time required ranges from 30-45 minutes. The procedure is the same for both TT and NA, and should be applicable to pretty much all brands of aftermarket pod filter. I would advise you to go for a short [read more]
Pod Filter Comparisons
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
aus300zx.com disclaimer by Wykked: "We cannot confirm the source of this comparison as being done an independant party. People should not take it as gospel. We have seen the pictures and results on a number of different websites over the last 5 or so years. Originally it was supposed to have been a test that was actually carried out by "independant [read more]
Twin Pod (twin POP) air filter
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Twin POP Installation:   The more air you can get into the engine, the more potential horsepower to be gained, just like being able to flow more air on the exhaust side. But only to a point, Jim Wolf says the twin POP really isn't very beneficial until the engine is producing more than 600hp (flywheel) to take advantage of [read more]