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    11-07-2021, 10:04 AM
    More on SR20DE oil filters. Recall above I mentioned a wire coil in the middle of the filter, that gets caught on the long oil filter housing...
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    08-07-2021, 12:05 PM
    Hey Cozzm0, nice to hear from you. I suppose with Facebook and all, the olde site doesn't get that much traffic anymore. But I'm stiil on. ...
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    07-07-2021, 07:45 PM
    OK, after more research. The coil as mentioned in first post, is the oil filter relief valve. If you catch the top of it when screwing in new...
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    07-07-2021, 02:27 PM
    Oh me, oh my . . . Changed the oil and filter on the Red Jett last week. Drove it for 20 minutes, all was well. Yesterday, I went along...
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    28-06-2021, 03:06 PM
    Phew! All done and what a difference. Brand new, and short shift perfect. Clutch engagement spot on. Vast improvement. The cheap gear knob...
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  1. Well, I would not have thought of the change to s2. Yes, the bushings on the Red Jett require a brass metal joiner. Then try to make one out of these, for example:
    https://www.autobarn.com.au/tfi-raci...r-sp43995-bj14

    Good luck.
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    Hi phil
    Brad aka BIGRED here.
    Cozzmo and I have been looking at these shifter bushings and are alittle stumped. Hope you can help us out as you have changed yours afew times.
    So I bought the old new stock which came up for sale I thing on the PGA fb site. Now I have received them and have gone to swap them on my N14 s2 sss and the ones I have on there are orange and of like a plastic material and don't have as long a cylinder which goes into the cylinder metal tube. I can't put these in as the inner cylinder tube seems to be in place by rubber Betwee the two tubes. Any idea.
    Cheers brad
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Been in bed with NISSAN since the 80's. Datsun 200B; Nissan Bluebird TRX, Nissan Pulsar N14 SSS (still got her); NISSAN Bluebird LX (new Bluebird); Nissan Maxima 250-STL.
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