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Old 08-02-2009, 06:34 PM   #21
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I have a newb question about hydros. What do you do when you put the car on a lift or jack a wheel of the ground? Do you need to release the line pressure and dump any corner that is coming of the ground? This altima looks awesome, too bad you are west coast I would love to see it in person. How much did this cost just in parts not including any labor. I am interested in juice, I have no experience with it and have not been around it.
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Old 08-02-2009, 06:34 PM   #22
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Whats up guys? Im new to the site, Altimate SER sent me a link so I thought I would throw up some pics of the daily driver. Nothing fancy, 2007 stock altima with a 2 pump 6 dump hydroholics setup, just enough to keep me from going crazy driving something without switches. Like I said its my daily driver and I drive about 45 miles round trip a day so I dont need anything crazy, dont need to be worring about paint or leaving it at work. The 22's are off right now, since its a daily 20's will lay the car on the ground and tires are cheaper for my lovely commute each day. Anyways on with the pics...







love the car.
looks super clean
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Old 08-02-2009, 07:26 PM   #23
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I have a newb question about hydros. What do you do when you put the car on a lift or jack a wheel of the ground? Do you need to release the line pressure and dump any corner that is coming of the ground? This altima looks awesome, too bad you are west coast I would love to see it in person. How much did this cost just in parts not including any labor. I am interested in juice, I have no experience with it and have not been around it.
Like if you wanted to change a tire? No you donít have to do anything, the only time you would have to dump it or get the pressure out is if you are changing the seals obviously. When all was said and done it was about $3,000 in parts alone.
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Old 08-02-2009, 08:21 PM   #24
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GETLOWR, the cyber green looks good
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Old 08-03-2009, 10:21 AM   #25
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Good to see another bad ass Altima on here... Thanks for coming bro... I hear so much about this bad ass ride from keith and still have not had the chance to see it... I like the pictures of the Orange civic tho, that use to be in Finesse back in the day... can't wait to see it tho... I'm hoping to have mine at WCN but not sure yet... It will be at SEMA tho... Can't wait...
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Old 08-11-2009, 10:16 PM   #26
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Old 08-16-2009, 10:22 PM   #27
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i love hydroholics setups! my next setup will have some if not aqll their equipment
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Old 08-17-2009, 09:48 AM   #28
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Ultra fine ride...


I have a 2 pump, 4 dump, reds pro hopper setup for my rotary maz. i willl prolly get more pumps and dumps for it tho. Also....I am considering to run my cylinders on the links, directly in front the axle, that way they can sit below the bedrails, and I can have a damn flush bedcover on, lmao.
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I have a 2 pump, 4 dump, reds pro hopper setup for my rotary maz. i willl prolly get more pumps and dumps for it tho. Also....I am considering to run my cylinders on the links, directly in front the axle, that way they can sit below the bedrails, and I can have a damn flush bedcover on, lmao.
you dont need more of both, either 2 more pumps, so that each corner is controlled individually, or 1,2, 4 more dumps depending on what you want to do move wise. 2/4 is pretty much standard
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