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1 Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 2:09 pm

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Hello everybody,

I hope we could find some help here in the forum.
We bought in 2011 a 1991 Nissan Pulsar with a bad Engine. The idea was to give the engine a complete cheap rebuild from ourselves because it wasn't the first engine for us.
But it wasn't the greatest idea we ever had.
After we checked the costs we decided to buy a complete engine from Bob because it was to complicated and to expensive to rebuild by ourselve.

greetings from Germany

2 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 2:21 pm

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hiya Michael and welcome to the forum

think he needs some info guys on the plumbing for all the vacuum pipes etc.
he has the manual for them but is not too sure how they all plumb in.
so is it possible for some people to throw up a few pics of the vacuum lines on a standard setup so he can clearly see where they go to (back of engine ect)
ta  Smile 


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4 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 2:49 pm

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Hope this helps .... welcome to the forum  Wink 


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5 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 4:31 pm

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6 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 5:58 pm

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It helps much but there is still one question. What did they mean with air duct

7 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 6:01 pm

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think that may mean induction pipe as it has a vacuum take off

has anyone got any under bonnet pics for the man????
showing vacuum pipes

if not il try get some tomorrow for you and put them on here michael


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8 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 6:04 pm

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9 Re: Newbies from Germany on 14th April 2014, 6:13 pm

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I havent got any standard set up pics as i have an electronic boost controller .....


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10 Re: Newbies from Germany on 15th April 2014, 2:00 pm

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pictures would be great

11 Re: Newbies from Germany on 15th April 2014, 3:01 pm

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right Michael this is the best I can do with the photos as ive just taken 3 from a total standard car we have here but very difficult to see

right this first picture shows the 'boost control solenoid
the big vacuum pipe off right hand side of throttle body plenum will have a short piece of pipe around 100mm in lengh, this will have either a green or purple coloured band around it. this goes to a metal link pipe on underside of intercooler about 150mm long.
it then travels with more vacuum pipe to underside of distributor to a Y connector. one side goes to turbo actuator the other side goes to take off pipe on underside of boost control solenoid, the other side of boost control solenoid goes to a take off pipe in the big rubber induction pipe.


this pic shows the carbon canister which has one small vacuum pipe at the top which comes from rear of plenum where you will find a metal vacuum chamber, from memory I think the other two larger connections are also from the same vacuum chamber at rear of the plenum.
there are two pipes at the bottom, one goes to the fuel tank return and the one right at the very bottom is a breather pipe which goes to the chassis and is open.



the next pic shows the standard boost control sensor which is for your stock boost gauge.
there is a vacuum pipe from this that goes to behind the plenum to a separate vacuum port.
this pipe has a tee piece near the throttle bodies that tees into the stock fuel pressure regulator


the stock recirculation (bov) valve you can take from any vacuum source but ideally not from the one which runs the fuel pressure regulator.
any other vacuum pipes that are open you must blank with a screw or bolt, do not leave any open as your car wont run very well.
hope you can understand this as taken a while to write it lol

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