We Found MUD In My CHEAP 350z Clutch Reservoir *HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN?!*

I bought a 2003 Nissan 350Z for $1,500 that should’ve found a new home in a salvage yard. Once I got it home and saw just how far away it was from being an easy flip I decided to make everything right and have a nice little drift car. I’m sure there will plenty of changes in the future, but the first step is getting the good engine in and running before modding anything. Today we get the brakes sorted, find a terrible situation with the clutch, and get the new engine basically ready to install.

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Common Questions:

What motorcycle do I ride? A few. Ducati 1198, Honda Goldwing, Honda Grom, Honda Ruckus

What do I do for a living? Make YouTube videos.

Can you wheelie? No, I suck.

Are you fast? Sort of. I suck mostly though.

Where can I keep up with you off the bike?

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Do you go to school? College, for 2 classes.

Why do you ride so dangerously? What do mean? I was doing 25.

Do you go to the track? Of course, hopefully there will be videos in the future.

Do you play video games? No, but I might stream N64 Goldeneye at some point. Twitch: WatchJRGo

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32 thoughts on “We Found MUD In My CHEAP 350z Clutch Reservoir *HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN?!*

  1. Please get a camera tripod because you look like an idiot when working on cars! No disrespect please get someone to film your adventures will bring a better overall look at you great work.

  2. if you have a pneumatic hammer, you take the right diameter wrench and with a chisle you hammer on the wrench to get out hard to reach and very tight bolts, works nice when the impact just can't

  3. I have an old early 90s Craftsman multimeter that means the world to me too. Cars and tools have feelings man not everyone needs brand new just fix your old. It gives it character

  4. I believe it calls for locktite on the caliper mounting bracket bolts. I've had a few wrestling matches with them myself. Awesome video, thank you 🎃

  5. Just put it on and twist, LOL. Having had to remove and reinstall mine multiple times it is just that simple, and yet a serious pain in the ass because you have to hold the disposal up with one hand, then line stuff up, then make sure both sections of the quick connect engage properly with the ramp as you twist. It isn't the hardest job in the world, but it takes more than a couple minutes.

  6. A rattle can of Galvanized zinc spray on your brake discs will make them look new. You don’t have to mask the friction surface. Just don’t spray a lot there, just the overspray. It will rub off by the pads just fine.

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