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Lounge / Re: Help me price this car
« Last post by kelso840 on Today at 02:44:18 PM »
3-5k tops.
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Lounge / Re: Help me price this car
« Last post by rednucleus on Yesterday at 11:43:08 PM »
maybe 3500; 10k is way over the top
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Lounge / Help me price this car
« Last post by phycoman4561 on Yesterday at 08:45:51 PM »
I'm looking to get back into an s12 after losing mine to an accident 6 years ago. How much would you pay for the car in the link. Its obviously overpriced but I would try to talk them down. I'm willing to pay market price but I have no idea what market price is these days!

Just to help, they are including $500 rims with the sale which I would put on the car since I like them. Best estimate is that the "new" parts total $2000 if bought new.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/4031074243642429/
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Last post by Wonderingraven on Yesterday at 12:38:05 AM »
wanted to delete the PTU to eliminate another point of failure.

The Audi coils conversion is a beneficial upgrade.
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Last post by sideways_s12 on 11:13:39 PM / 13-Apr-21  »
The new coils don't work either? What was wrong with the stock coils?
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Resurrection.
« Last post by sideways_s12 on 11:12:23 PM / 13-Apr-21  »
Do you have a dash currently? I've seen some pretty good restorations on dashes. Flocking is a good option and can make an old crappy dash look pretty dang new.

No, I don't currently have a dash but Eternalswap (Alex) has a parts car in KY that has a pretty clean dash and center console it's blue but that's ok I was thinking of dying it or painting it some how to get it to match what I want to do maybe I'll sticker bomb it lol or Have it dipped.
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Build Projects / Re: 200sx SE V6 Endurance Race Car Build
« Last post by Max on 01:35:14 PM / 13-Apr-21  »
This weekend I wired on a new plug, and made a mount for my coil and transistor.  Whoever owned the car before me used 1 self tapping screw to mount the coil bracket, and then zip tied the PWR-2 to the coil bracket.. I have no doubt this contributed to my harness failure. Now the coil bracket is bolted on with 2 bolts, and the PWR-2 is held to that with two bolts.

Then I welded my home made heat shield to the y pipe to fix a horrendous heat shield rattle.  Put the car back together after tearing it apart for testing (ECU & bracket, Kill switch & bracket, etc). Replaced front sway bar bushings with prothane.  The old ones were so worn they almost worked their way out of the brackets. Replaced upper trans seal which was completely useless. Cut trans tunnel to fit z31 shifter... Just buttoning things up after the swap.




Took the car for a drive, and DIDN'T have to get towed home.  It's running pretty good so we'll see!

TRACK NIGHT @PIR THIS FRIDAY!
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Fairlady Silvia - 1987 200sx SEv6...
« Last post by Wonderingraven on 06:41:21 PM / 12-Apr-21  »
Moved to Audi A6 coils due to the resistance is different and MS3 requires high resistance.

Still can't get it to start, and it's wired up as per MS3...
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Resurrection.
« Last post by Max on 09:15:26 PM / 11-Apr-21  »
Do you have a dash currently? I've seen some pretty good restorations on dashes. Flocking is a good option and can make an old crappy dash look pretty dang new.
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Build Projects / Re: Project: Resurrection.
« Last post by sideways_s12 on 03:16:38 PM / 11-Apr-21  »
Not much progress. I swapped from power to manual windows. That's about all I did. I am however looking for a full dash with mounting hardware.
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