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Old 02-07-2010, 10:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know a link to download the fsm of a nissian hardbody 95'? Thanks.
I think I need to replace the fuel filter. Also the aftermarket support is low its too bad, this truck is so fun. I pass dodges and stuff.
Whats the advice on the best performance product I can do right now. Its basically stock.
I dont know much about these trucks.
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Old 02-08-2010, 12:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Here's for a 96.

http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM/
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Old 02-08-2010, 01:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Depends if its V6 or 4 banger, 4 banger there are a few upgrades out there. But for either, header is the cheapest, an if ya want to get into it a little more, cam.
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Old 02-08-2010, 09:10 AM   #4 (permalink)
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v6 turbo puts out just over 200 ponies and a twin comes in at around 280. considering our engines are around 153 either one should get u moving also check out z1 motorsports stuff is a little more pricy but with bigger gains.

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Old 02-09-2010, 04:48 PM   #6 (permalink)
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That fsm doesnt show how to remove stuff haha, I guess I will have to buy a repair manual
Anyhow, yes its the 4cyl 5 speed. A header, and a cam ok. is the v6 turbo made by nissian? I will check it out thanks. Also no toy stuff on it lol..
Am thinking of just modding it up enough for cross country travel thats all, and maybe some trails.
Am thinking of throwing on a rough country 3'' lift, I know its not the best but I dont need the 4x4parts one. Then 33'' or 35'' all terrians, and a cherry bomb muffler, some mods to engine or something lol. thats about all. I like this nissian it is fun to drive.
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Old 02-09-2010, 08:43 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Am thinking of throwing on a rough country 3'' lift, I know its not the best but I dont need the 4x4parts one. Then 33'' or 35'' all terrians, .


Stock IFS don't hold up worth a shit. For what you would put into it to keep it together, you could SAS it with a locker. Ask me how I know.

An if you need book help to replace a fuel filter, maybe you should look into knitting as a hobby
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blah blah. there is nothing wrong with ifs, my friend in his yota ran ifs in moab and down in az all the time without any issue, i think ifs is just as capable as solid if you can make it that way. One day I would like a custom built long travel kit like the total chaos ones but for 4wd. If I can find the shop to do it for me, it will be just as good. But no money right now.
Stop bashing me. Knitting is kool btw.
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stock nissan IFS is junk if you plan on running anything over a 29" tire and plan on doing any real wheeling. buy the time you spend all that money on UCA's and upgraded steering componants you can swap in a waggy D44. but what do i know, i'm running 34" LTB's on a stock nissan with no body lift.
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remember am not using this for real wheeling, mostly street and light trails to med. i should be fine.
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blah blah. there is nothing wrong with ifs, my friend in his yota ran ifs in moab and down in az all the time without any issue, i think ifs is just as capable as solid if you can make it that way. One day I would like a custom built long travel kit like the total chaos ones but for 4wd. If I can find the shop to do it for me, it will be just as good. But no money right now.
Stop bashing me. Knitting is kool btw.
Yota IFS an Nissan IFS are two different beasts. Yota IFS is deffinetly a lot more beefy, and holds up better than nissan ifs. I have had lots experience with both. Nissan IFS breaking limits is 32's-33's, toyotas 35's.

Also, IFS doesn't stay alighned worth shit, meaning you go through tires.

Just tryin to help ya out man. I didn't wheel hard at all with IFS but I still managed to break almost everything.

IFS an SA are two different beasts, both have their positives and negatives. But seeing as this is a hard core rock crawling site, SA is way better

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stock nissan IFS is junk if you plan on running anything over a 29" tire and plan on doing any real wheeling. buy the time you spend all that money on UCA's and upgraded steering componants you can swap in a waggy D44. but what do i know, i'm running 34" LTB's on a stock nissan with no body lift.
I did a Waggy 44 swap and will never look back. It only cost me about $750 and I rebuilt the axle, regeared it, and used the calmini hanger kit.

SA rigs don't have to be "trailered" I dd mine, its only on 33's, rides the same if not better than IFS, an I wheel it pretty hard.

O an if you want power out of a Nissan, SR20DET, enough said. And if you want the IFS to live, don't lift it.

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Old 02-09-2010, 10:53 PM   #12 (permalink)
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ok thanks for the help guys. am so hard headed lol. I will look at the SR20DET, maybe I wont lift it till I can swap it out if I do want to run 33 or 35s.
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