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Intima Brake Pads Review – SR & Type D

Intima SR R33 GTST 350z Brembo

Looking for the new Type-D v2.0 review? http://www.trak-life.com/intima-type-d-v2-0-brake-pad-review/ Minh – trak180 Brakes for me is an area that needs to work well to be in a good mental state to push hard out at the track. A firm pedal feel with consistent braking power allows for uninterrupted focus. With the vast array of brands out there it can be quite a …

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Downtime Reflections

Pearl 200SX S15 Block Exposed

Phil It feels like an absolute eternity since my last trak-life post. And it might as well have been considering Pearl remained mostly unchanged for 2015 and we only slotted in three trackdays (so sad). Alas life priorities just happen to get in the way. Sure, getting married and jetting out for a honeymoon is all well and good but …

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DIY Converting to Top Feed Injectors on a R33 GTS-t Skyline with a RB25DET

Just about every car enthusiast with their offensively powerful turbocharged vehicle will eventually hit a brick wall with the fuel demands by their motor. Question is, do you stop there? Certainly not! Time to get that fuel system up to scratch and invest more money into your prized depreciating asset that upsets the other half. (In our defense though your …

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DIY: Walbro 460L E85 Fuel Pump Install/Upgrade on a Nissan Skyline R33

Ever pushed your car with a fresh tune and wondering why it’s keeps leaning out on hard throttle transitions? It could be that you’re running an aging fuel pump and it’s simply not keeping up with your car’s new fuel requirements. When you really think about it though, the factory fuel pump is probably nearly at it’s end of life …

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DIY: Replacing Power Steering Bushes on a Nissan Skyline R33 GTS-t

Ever wondered why your steering wheel feels a little “doughy” or unresponsive even after replacing your rack ends, tie rods and given it a good wheel alignment? It’s probably because you’re steering rack bushes have deteriorated which has allowed room for your steering rack to wiggle about. Not to worry though, it’s a relatively easy task to replace and best …

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