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Old 09-10-2020, 01:39 PM   #5545
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Hey peeps, I will be purchasing the jackson kit in the near future. My question is support mods, I'm sorry there's 396 pages, that's so much to read to get a simple answer.
There are the support mods that come to mind,
Silicone radiator hoses
Hood vents
Oil cooler/radiator combo
Catch can
Thermostat
Maybe upgraded fans.
Do I need anything else?
I will be using the brz for autox and street.
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What is your end goal? Just HP goal for some stoplight daily driving fun or serious all out track build or something in-between?



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Old 09-10-2020, 01:42 PM   #5546
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Hey peeps, I will be purchasing the jackson kit in the near future. My question is support mods, I'm sorry there's 396 pages, that's so much to read to get a simple answer.
There are the support mods that come to mind,
Silicone radiator hoses
Hood vents
Oil cooler/radiator combo
Catch can
Thermostat
Maybe upgraded fans.
Do I need anything else?
I will be using the brz for autox and street.
Thank you.
Silicone radiator hoses - nice to have
Hood vents - nice to have
Oil cooler/radiator combo - should be fine but I prefer a dedicated oil cooler
Catch can - nice to have
Thermostat - never heard about this one
Maybe upgraded fans - no
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I do autox maybe 8 times out of the year and stop light action street . Not a track build. Also it's not my daily. I Want 250/280 hp and 220 tq.
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Silicone radiator hoses - nice to have

Hood vents - nice to have

Oil cooler/radiator combo - should be fine but I prefer a dedicated oil cooler

Catch can - nice to have

Thermostat - never heard about this one

Maybe upgraded fans - no
Stay OEM on the thermostat

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Hey peeps, I will be purchasing the jackson kit in the near future. My question is support mods, I'm sorry there's 396 pages, that's so much to read to get a simple answer.
There are the support mods that come to mind,
Silicone radiator hoses
Hood vents
Oil cooler/radiator combo
Catch can
Thermostat
Maybe upgraded fans.
Do I need anything else?
I will be using the brz for autox and street.
Thank you.
Oil cooler + hood vents. And a good tune.

Leave the rest alone!

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Old 09-16-2020, 09:17 PM   #5550
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Oil Weight for c30 daily driving

Hey gang, oil change coming up, last time i put 0w20 in because thats what the cap says, but since ive learned that FI owners typically put in a little heavier weight. please, im not looking to start another oil thread, just a simple weight for DD, no track, in new england weather. should i go with a heavier weight, or stick with 0w20? i drive like a grandpa for what its worth. I drive my car to work, and i drive it to the gym, and i drive it to the grocery. i dont have an oil cooler. just a c30, zero other engine mods, running 91 octane. TIA
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Old 09-16-2020, 09:25 PM   #5551
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Hey gang, oil change coming up, last time i put 0w20 in because thats what the cap says, but since ive learned that FI owners typically put in a little heavier weight. please, im not looking to start another oil thread, just a simple weight for DD, no track, in new england weather. should i go with a heavier weight, or stick with 0w20? i drive like a grandpa for what its worth. I drive my car to work, and i drive it to the gym, and i drive it to the grocery. i dont have an oil cooler. just a c30, zero other engine mods, running 91 octane. TIA
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Hey gang, oil change coming up, last time i put 0w20 in because thats what the cap says, but since ive learned that FI owners typically put in a little heavier weight. please, im not looking to start another oil thread, just a simple weight for DD, no track, in new england weather. should i go with a heavier weight, or stick with 0w20? i drive like a grandpa for what its worth. I drive my car to work, and i drive it to the gym, and i drive it to the grocery. i dont have an oil cooler. just a c30, zero other engine mods, running 91 octane. TIA
I run 0W-20 amsoil SS with an oil cooler per my tuners recommendation. C38, 93, standard pulley at the time. He said 5w-30 is a band aid for high oil temp situations if you're pushing it without an oil cooler. That being said if you don't drive it like you stole it like I do I'd say run a good 0w-20 oil and you'll be good.
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0W30 or 5W30 full synthetic, with oil cooler.
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0W30 or 5W30 full synthetic, with oil cooler.
Mike, is that the recommendation with an oil cooler (e.g., JR dual radiator/oil cooler) regardless of how hard one drives? Just curious since I've got about 10K miles on my JRSC C30 and have only ever used Mobile 1 full synthetic 0W20.
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Mike, is that the recommendation with an oil cooler (e.g., JR dual radiator/oil cooler) regardless of how hard one drives? Just curious since I've got about 10K miles on my JRSC C30 and have only ever used Mobile 1 full synthetic 0W20.
Yes, with the oil cooler, and yes, regardless of how you drive, as if you have a SC, you probably didn't get the SC to never use the extra power!
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i just installed my kit


its fucking awesome
going back out to drive dont @ me
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Just be careful with oversteer, check/tighten the possible leaks, and enjoy.
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On another note: what should I be monitoring for health of the system, especially on track?


I have the JRSC oil cooler installed alongside it, but are there any other well known problems that happen on track?


I know I should be monitoring oil pressues, but not sure where to start.
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