Back in 2010 there was a thread in which Quick510 suggested an Ebay link [ http://www.ebay.com/...b94b#shpCntId ] that I just followed for a line from Clutch Master cylinder to slave cylinder. It is for a 240sx, but it seems that Ratsun members have successfully used them.
I am trying to avoid the whole steel tubing cut flare, etc. The link is for First1Racing out of China and it is for a 52" braided steel flexible line for $35 OBO w/free shipping. If anyone has used these, is this the standard thread on either end for stock 510 Master and Slave cylinders?
That junction between short rubber slave hose and steel hose back to Master is giving me grief!
I blew a radiator hose on the way home and with it came a lose of power. Engine tempg was not maxed out but was about 3/4 the way up the gauge. Before the radio hose went I noticed a Loud "clicking" while under load. Now I'm wondering if I could of had a blown head gasket.
So my question is could the overheating engine cause a blown head gasket.
If your ballast resistor is still there remove it, Hook up the black/white wire and the Black/green or black blue wire to the + post of the coil along with the positive wire from the dist (leg of the "T" connection on the match box) neg (-) from the dist is the top of the and it looks like the minus sign