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    • jakelandry
      Sadly a true Motorsport grade wiring harness is something people will never understand until they make one themselves.https://www.rbracing-rsr.com/wiring_ecu.html
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread U-joints source.
      What makes OEM so good?
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      jakelandry replied to the thread old school n64.
      Man I live for garage sales and people saying things like “ I have an old ps2 laying around if you want it”. Glad to see someone will be getting some enjoyment out of an old console!
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry reacted to dustyboner's post in the thread old school n64 with Like Like.
      so i have a ge converter that takes rca's in and outputs to coax. this exact one i hooked up the n64 with the converter and it works just fine. if you look at the documentation for your tv and it has these 2 things, a converter like this...
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      jakelandry reacted to ec17pse's post in the thread old school n64 with Like Like.
      Oh i love my N64! I still got loads of games and original boxes and instruction! I have not played it in a long time but i never will get rid of it as they so nice to have around and the games were amazing! Perfect dark was awesome
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread old school n64.
      This part gets DEEP.Some tv’s wig out and don’t produce a picture at all, some scale it horrible and it looks almost too bad to play, and some do just fine. If you’re dead set on getting one, get it and try it out first because any mods or...
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread old school n64.
      Goodwill are dang near impossible these days. Most people know their value now and raid goodwill’s daily. I live in a town of about 60k people and all 5 thrift stores are raided every single day by various groups of collectors who have no life...
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread old school n64.
      I would say video games are my primary hobby and I am relatively well versed in the n64. Probably it’s biggest weakness is it almost requires a crt tv to be worth playing. It only outputs composite so you not only have to solder in a rgb chip...
    • jakelandry
      And they’re a bit of a hassle to get anywhere but from the junkyard. I ultimately went on McMaster and got stainless bolts and some metal bonded sealing washers for mine.
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread E3 16g dyno results.
      Look into non projected plugs and try a few heat ranges. The idea is that the non projected tips are a little more knock resistant so they widen your timing window a little. Can’t say that I have any empirical data to contribute but I used to...
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread E3 16g dyno results.
      Look into a better plug choice and you’ll probably gain more timing resolution to work with.
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread 2G New wheel bearings.
      Most of the aftermarket companies, even everyone’s favorite “reliable” timkin included, use the same manufacturer for the cast inner race. Someone casts, heat treats, and machines the inner race/hub and sends them out to all the other companies...
    • jakelandry
      jakelandry replied to the thread 2G New wheel bearings.
      I built myself a set of ceramic wheel bearings last year. I intentionally bought 3 different bearings for the sole intent of testing the quality difference between each. On a 2g, front bearings are a koyo design, rear are a NTN. If it was me...
    • jakelandry
      A pot blaster from harbor freight is my preferred method.
    • jakelandry
      Thanks to everyone who has contributed your knowledge over the years. I really wish the site was as technical as it used to be when we had vendors fighting to prove their products and people really giving technical input to their setups, but I’m...
    • jakelandry
      I ran across this article, and while we don't usually need the high zinc content, it is GOOD information for high load and flat tappet applications like I deal with on other motor rebuilds. ZDDP OIL LISTPlease note that the information here...
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