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Offline Frank

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« Reply #20 on: 07:44:58 PM / 06-Mar-08 »
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Wow talk about a complete teardown of the entire car lol... looks like you're workin' hard at it, keep goin!

Is that a 1G DSM in the background? I'm guessing it's a Plymouth Laser since it has no spoiler (unless it was removed).

I never had any DSM in my garage yet. The black car is a S13 Hatch and the purple one is a S13 convertible
 
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This is why there are so little nice old school cars in Quebec... winter kills them!

Keep up with the good work Frank...

Thanks I appreciate it  Hope we can see yours this summer !

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« Reply #21 on: 10:09:31 PM / 07-Mar-08 »
Today i finished cleaning the interior, got the eurethane laid and made a "paint booth so i don't put overspray everywhere
Interior will be painted a light blue tomorrow (have to let the eurethane dry)
I used torch and a scraper to remove the tar on the rear wheel wells and it worked GREAT
I just heated the tar a little bit and after i used the scraper and it fell off pretty easely, after i used my wire brush to clean the rest of the glue. I'll let the picture speak for themselves










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« Reply #22 on: 10:35:06 PM / 07-Mar-08 »




so thats where i left my blue lighter, i was lookin for that. anyway nice work, at least someone is working on there ka swap in the winter. i just wish my garage was bigger so i could, i have a 'one car' garage that i can't even fit my car in
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« Reply #23 on: 12:27:53 AM / 08-Mar-08 »
AAA batteries? Hahah

Looks like the swap is going well
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« Reply #24 on: 08:31:23 AM / 08-Mar-08 »
hahaha..that pair of AAA maybe will power 1 injector and then die! lol
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« Reply #25 on: 11:59:18 AM / 08-Mar-08 »
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hahaha..that pair of AAA maybe will power 1 injector and then die! lol

lol. $%#@ the KA24 im going for an electric engine

Im leaving my house right now to go paint the interior. I'll get pictures in a couple of hours.

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« Last Edit: 12:00:16 PM / 08-Mar-08 by Frank »

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« Reply #26 on: 02:59:13 PM / 08-Mar-08 »
Thats what my car will look like soon enough, im excited and scared at the same time lol!

Did you remove the seam sealer?  Your car might be kinda whistly and water-penetrate-able if there is no sealer at all.
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« Reply #27 on: 04:06:22 PM / 08-Mar-08 »
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Thats what my car will look like soon enough, im excited and scared at the same time lol!

Did you remove the seam sealer?  Your car might be kinda whistly and water-penetrate-able if there is no sealer at all.

Some parts of the sealer were grinded however i have put new sealer
One thing that i find funny is that nissan FORGOT to put sealer in the rear passenger side near the taillight ... im lucky enough that no rust has formed there.

So I painted the car interior blue but I had to hurry because montreal was playing l.a. at 15h30! Hockey is important around here  
I tought the blue was darker but it came a light blue ... not sure if I like it but it's a bit too late to go back now ...  







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« Reply #28 on: 04:59:39 PM / 08-Mar-08 »
wow, very nice  
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« Reply #29 on: 06:45:13 PM / 08-Mar-08 »
nice work so far, is this going to be a track car or are you putting the interior back in?

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« Reply #30 on: 07:57:15 PM / 08-Mar-08 »
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nice work so far, is this going to be a track car or are you putting the interior back in?

No im not putting the interior back in. The car will still be used in the street but it will be mostly for the track and events. Im just saving myself the trailer. The car is still street legal EXCEPT for the handbrake (im using a hydraulic one. I redid the whole body harness and all the flashers/stoplight/backup light/markers/headlight are working normaly so i can keep the car on the street...
Im expecting to have some muffler tickets but I will make 2 mufflers for this car. One will be street legal and one will be straight trought. I'll just use a v-band to quickly and easely change the mufflers. Im also gonna weld studs to the muffler so they will be bolted to the hanger. This way i'll just have to remove 3 easely accessible bolts to change the mufflers. I like to work hard but not 2 times so that's why i want things easy and simple

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« Reply #31 on: 11:07:50 PM / 08-Mar-08 »
Still alive? I guess you didn't go out in the storm, then... lol

You should come back to www.japoldschool.bravehost.com a few new members have joined in the last weeks, there's been a little bit of action going on, new projects showing... even a meet being planned for this coming summer!

Anyway, keep up with the good work!
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« Reply #32 on: 11:54:49 PM / 19-Mar-08 »
Worked on the car today

Installed the rear harness for lights/fuel pump/fuel sensor
I also had to try a s13 kit and it will fit with some small modification/trimming.
( I will use a Silvia front bumper but i had a 180sx one on hand so ignore the shape of the bumper )









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« Reply #33 on: 04:47:21 PM / 20-Mar-08 »
lookin awesome, if i come up to the big Q this summer i may have to get in touch and drop by to take a look at your s12. I'm thinking of putting an s13 bumper and kit parts on mine as well, im glad to see im not the only person that thought of it, looks like it will be a relatively easy mod

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« Reply #34 on: 05:04:56 PM / 20-Mar-08 »
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lookin awesome, if i come up to the big Q this summer i may have to get in touch and drop by to take a look at your s12. I'm thinking of putting an s13 bumper and kit parts on mine as well, im glad to see im not the only person that thought of it, looks like it will be a relatively easy mod

It would be a pleasure to meet you somewhere

We have some kind of meets in montreal where alot of rwd/awd nissan gather.
Most of the people there are posers that think their GT-R/S13 is the best car ever made but there is alot of cool people with both feet on the ground.

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« Reply #35 on: 08:42:21 PM / 25-Mar-08 »
More parts arrived today, got the KA24E head flanges
I'll have more time to work on the car tomorrow.
« Last Edit: 08:44:20 PM / 25-Mar-08 by Frank »

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« Reply #36 on: 03:57:46 PM / 05-Jul-08 »
good job