Its super easy to change the plugs and most normal maintanance. Just if you get a old one, pull the motor and change the wiring harness and all the rubber hoses, timing belt, belt tensioner, cam seals, water pump, etc.Zexel said:They look great, and run great if kept in good condition. But once things start failing, you're screwed. Maintenance stuff is $$ and it's a major pain to just change the plugs in that thing I'm sure.
I would avoid anything Z1 does.Crim said:get Z1's stage 2 turbo upgrade! Those shits looked hooooot when I saw em. Well wait.. they looked like jsut any other turbo... but yeah
Z's rule, my turbo Egg doesn't even compare in cornering/ride comfort/style to my Z. However try doing a clutch job or checkout prices on OEM/Aftermarket parts as well as what you'll pay to get the work done (assuming you don't do it yourself, which you really don't want too unless you got all the proper tools and equipment)