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Old 07-20-2009, 04:25 PM   #1
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Default Bolt holding plate (oem NISSAN)

Does anyone have experiance with the t25 bolt locking plate on oem NISSAN 180-20sx??

Looks nice. Gonna give is a try..
PN 14495-17f00

They are in the middle of the pic, just right from the manifold to turbo gasket.
Instal: Onbolt the nuts, Instal plate with 90degree facing turbo foot, instal nuts again.
Fold tabs against nut (so they cannot backout.)

http://www.ttzd.com/tech/engine/engine020.JPG



Another pic (arrow shows nuts with locking tabs)





http://www.240sxmotoring.com/nisrt2tulopl.html

http://www.frsport.com/Genuine-OEM-N...ab_p_8123.html

also this PN:

http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/1...ingtabsed4.jpg

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Old 07-20-2009, 04:38 PM   #2
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I've used them on my SR20DET before and never had a bolt back out.
However, one thing to note is that the piece is made for 8mm studs and will not work with 10mm studs.
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I ve used a greddy set... Nothing more to say...
Now with FM washers... No problems..
I think this is a perfect (cheap) solution..
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Have you tracked your "solution"?
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What do you mean?? (English is not my main language)

Found this setup on a friends car (greddy setup) and told me it's a oem nissan part.
Looks very good and stable. Thought i share it with you guys..
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Change the thread title from "bold" to "bolt". No one can tell what you're talking about.

By "tracking your solution", Savington is asking if you've raced your car with this plate without the hardware backing out. Racing is when a lot of us are having problems.

This is the same design motorcycles have for rotor retention, as well as front sprocket lock washer, but that's just for one huge nut. I think a lot of us would have issues getting a tool in there to bend the tabs up.
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Change the thread title from "bold" to "bolt". No one can tell what you're talking about.

By "tracking your solution", Savington is asking if you've raced your car with this plate without the hardware backing out. Racing is when a lot of us are having problems.

This is the same design motorcycles have for rotor retention, as well as front sprocket lock washer, but that's just for one huge nut. I think a lot of us would have issues getting a tool in there to bend the tabs up.
Thanks curly...

No never raced the FM washers.. Only on the road..
Never tried the NISSAN locks... (going to buy them)
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It's a good idea. I actually saw it on an SR20 last week in a shop. What it doesn't solve is the issue of expanding/stretching studs.
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My S13 SR20DET Prep - Page 8 - 240SX Forums

Very good pictorial how they work..
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I had them on my sr20 with great results.

I just posted this up in the bolt loosening thread a few weeks ago
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Its prob a good option when you need only the washers.
sending only washers from the states to the Netherlands is a bit expensive.
Youre solution we can get at a local nissan dealership.
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I've been using them on my SE-R for a long time and never had an issue even on the track.
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studs stretch. Kill yourself.
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I've been using them on my SE-R for a long time and never had an issue even on the track.
that's because you drive like a *****.
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My S13 SR20DET Prep - Page 8 - 240SX Forums

Very good pictorial how they work..
did you look at it? AFter that fucktard uses blue loctite, he then showed pics of them failing with that metal ****.
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@ hustler:

Maybe it's better to try to find a sollution..
It's easy to crap on anotherone's treath.

Nissan is using them on all their turbocharged t25 cars... Maybe you are better then the engineers an nissan... At least they try...
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/\ Don't take hustler too seriously. If you do you won't last here very long
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Maybe it's better to try to find a sollution..
It's easy to crap on anotherone's treath.

Nissan is using them on all their turbocharged t25 cars... Maybe you are better then the engineers an nissan... At least they try...
I don't think you grasp the severity of the problems we have: We stretch the studs. This is not a mechanical fastening problem. This is a material problem. You may as well suggest Nordlocks.
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I think many people on here (myself included) don't realize how huge the difference in stress is between regular driving and racing. You guys beat the living **** out of your cars on the track and push them to their limits, getting them many times hotter than we ever do driving our cars on the street.
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