We, the car enthusiasts, tend to spend more than what our car’s market value is worth because we care more for its sentimental value. We express ourselves upon a car like an open canvas and once the job is done, we stand back, pat ourselves on the back, happily share our work with the curious,…
1989 Nissan Maxima SE -$400
Fuel Pump -$59.98
Fuel Filter -$15.05
Ignition Coil -$55
Distributor Rotor -$6.77
Spark Plugs -$16.08
Future parts -Expensive
Still not having a working car -Annoying, irritating, and definately not priceless.
A friend and I are about to head to the Scion dealership and test drive the only FR-S in Springfield. He said if he likes it, he’ll have them order one that’s a standard (because, of course, the only one they have is an auto) and trade in his TC for it and make payments.
But there will be pictures nonetheless. Oh yes, there will be pictures.
Ordered an OEM fuel pump and install kit from TREperformance earlier. ImportCarPartsPlus fucked up by emailing me a link to one of TRE’s fuel pump photos. Given, I’m getting a 100lph, stock pump over a Walbro 190. But I couldn’t pass up $49.99 + $9.99 s&h over $92. The TRE pump is also RC Engineering tested. Plus, ICPP just seemed fake to me.
Anyways! Should be getting my TRE-501 in 5-10 business days. And within that time, I’ll be hunting down a battery from a salvage yard… Don’t judge. People salvage new shit all the time without thinking about it.