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    Good work but, if I was you, I'd seriously...

    Good work but, if I was you, I'd seriously consider getting them parts professionally TIG welded. MIG welding components that are meant to hold any sort of air pressure is just asking for trouble,...
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    Looks to be a FSZE to me. Resonator box on IM is...

    Looks to be a FSZE to me. Resonator box on IM is the first hint. Compare the exhaust manifold to your FSDE. The FSZE should be 4-2-1. Did you not feel the difference in power delivery compared to the...
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    JDM Familia Sport20? Doesn't that have the FSZE?...

    JDM Familia Sport20? Doesn't that have the FSZE? Higher compression for mo' powa! :D

    More pic's of the new ride please?
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    Ok, here's my 2c. After reading that quote, the...

    Ok, here's my 2c. After reading that quote, the best advice I can give is.. please save your money, time, efforts, sanity, etc. etc.... and forget about it.

    Seriously. Don't bother. The P5 is...
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    Sorry I must've missed it, but why don't you...

    Sorry I must've missed it, but why don't you install your stock springs if you want your P5 to be back at stock height?


    King Springs is very popular here in Australia. They do everything from...
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    Something not right. STFT should change when...

    Something not right. STFT should change when driving. It should not remain at 0.0%.

    I haven't read the entire thread, but have you diagnosed/changed the O2 sensors?
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    Tires with lots of *********, with more...

    Tires with lots of *********, with more *****************, and some **************************.
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    Just a thought, buy a replacement hub nut and cut...

    Just a thought, buy a replacement hub nut and cut the old nut off with a grinder and a chisel perhaps?

    Second option would be to go to a shop and see if they can undo the nut, possibly using some...
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    No, do NOT cake the bearing and/or the knuckle....

    No, do NOT cake the bearing and/or the knuckle. Too much grease will stop the bearing from seating properly in the knuckle, and you probably won't get the circlip back on. Just a light skim of grease...
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    Yep, that is the cheapest and best method I'd...

    Yep, that is the cheapest and best method I'd say. (drinks)
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    No you wouldn't need $400 worth of tools my...

    No you wouldn't need $400 worth of tools my friend.

    If you don't have a hydraulic press, then all you'll need to remove and replace the wheel bearing is this...
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    LOL, true that. I know what you're saying. (yes)...

    LOL, true that. I know what you're saying. (yes)

    But I'd press the bearing in if it was me. I see no issue with the first part with the bearing in the freezer and knuckle in the oven, but I...
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    I would not put a wheel bearing in an oven. I...

    I would not put a wheel bearing in an oven. I doubt the grease inside the wheel bearing is designed to handle that much heat. I've read the best quality wheel bearings (Japanese) use a high temp...
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    We don't have that stupid, overcomplicated system...

    We don't have that stupid, overcomplicated system on our cars. Thank f&#k for that!!

    No issues filling the tank up to full ever! (wiggle)
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    100% agree. Specially as the noise get's louder...

    100% agree. Specially as the noise get's louder with speed, disappears when wheel is tuned in one direction, and centre of wheel is hotter than the other side.

    Would be great if the OP would let...
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    You'll prob have to loose most of the A/C system...

    You'll prob have to loose most of the A/C system (compressor, condenser, dryer, etc), and make a custom half size radiator mounted on the right side of the engine bay to make room for it to fit. ...
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    18 years and not a single issue with the...

    18 years and not a single issue with the automatic climate control in my BJII SP20. I know the original owner and I am the second owner. Maybe it's just the US spec cars that are riddled with...
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    Noticed that too. Not sure about NZ, but the...

    Noticed that too. Not sure about NZ, but the Australian BJII SP20 had auto 'climate control'. All electric with no cables involved. I was under the assumption NZ delivered SP20's were exactly the...
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    PCB, I hope you don't get mad with me for saying...

    PCB, I hope you don't get mad with me for saying this, but.... I think your P5 is passed the stage where you use aerosol paint cans. It time for ghetto style paint job! (naughty)

    Get a roller and...
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    There's something not right about the front...

    There's something not right about the front height. Almost every set of springs (factory or aftermarket) for the SP20 (P5), would have the rear slightly higher than the front. Never the other way. So...
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    There's also the parking brake pad adjustment...

    There's also the parking brake pad adjustment screw on the calipers too isn't there? I would think the caliper adjustment would be done with the in cabin adjustment somewhere in the middle position...
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    I can now confirm the photo I posted above is of...

    I can now confirm the photo I posted above is of a genuine Mazda coil. See photos below.

    https://i.postimg.cc/RZ1FVLJd/coil.jpg

    https://i.postimg.cc/jj7LYYQW/coil20.jpg

    If it has 'HANSH/N +...
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    I purchased brand new ignition coils from Mazda...

    I purchased brand new ignition coils from Mazda here in Australia about 3 years back, and it has "HANSH/N" and "DSC-1500" embossed near where the ignition cord plugs into it. The coils I replaced...
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    Does the US have the 1.8 FP Protégé?

    If so then I have read the 1.8 FP head is a bolt on fit on the FS 2.0's, which will give a slightly higher compression, which results in mo powa!! (crazy)

    ...
  25. I realise this is old but what it's worth, I...

    I realise this is old but what it's worth, I installed this exact module on a 2001 Protégé5 about 2 years ago. I wired it up for the mirrors to unfold when the key is ACC position, and fold in on...
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