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Author Topic: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)  (Read 7584 times)

Offline dkdsilver

1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« on: 11:26:22 PM / 29-Apr-12 »
Hey so im just getting use to the forums so excuse  me if i posted incorrectly. BUT im excited to show her off...

Before any noticeable work
After
Before

After
New Momo Wheel
New Cobra Seat
Konig Rims + painted calipers
Razo Shift knob
Razo peddles
Cleaned up the back end of rust but i don't have a old pic uploaded yet...
SEXY rear end!!

Well let me know what you think! 

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #1 on: 06:07:17 AM / 30-Apr-12 »
Looks good. But so tall... Is at least part of that your camera?
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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #2 on: 06:23:26 AM / 30-Apr-12 »
Hey Car looks good dude! Have not seen it with the touched up engine bay and the new fender.  Working to much to even fix my motor right now.

Ill leave some pics here from the start now that you have a build thread

Picking up the car


« Last Edit: 06:28:21 AM / 30-Apr-12 by Prolowtone »
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Fuck you then, I'll take my movies, box of chocolates, bottle of wine and chloroform somewhere else.
Adding an SSD to that is kinda like strapping a 3 inch stainless HKS exhaust on a geo metro.

Offline elicansmile

Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #3 on: 06:24:16 AM / 30-Apr-12 »
Looks alot like my SE. Nice.
And on that bomb shell....

Offline dkdsilver

Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #4 on: 07:27:09 PM / 30-Apr-12 »
Thanks guys and prolowtone you should get your ass over here some day lol my car need the same thing u did to urs with the rust in the back.
and yeah it is still stock height waiting to find a deal on Megan suspension

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #5 on: 07:29:38 PM / 30-Apr-12 »
DAT ASS!! man that things looks sexy
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what the hell is camber?

I thought about my s12 and the parts i want to put in her :P

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I saw some of his posts, he seems like more fun than a barrel of hookers.

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #6 on: 12:53:25 PM / 05-Jun-12 »
Very Nice!
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Offline silverton

Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #7 on: 01:13:02 PM / 05-Jun-12 »
Very nice car!  I like what you've done so far. 

What is that bracket on the passenger side of the core support that goes through the grill for?
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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #8 on: 10:14:45 AM / 07-Jun-12 »
Oh thats old i tolk that off it was for rally lights a beleive                   ill be making alot of updats soon s14 sr20 has arived just waiting on parts

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #9 on: 02:30:23 PM / 07-Jun-12 »
Yeah that's for the optional dealer-installed foglights. if you still have the  brackets I'd be interested in them.
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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #10 on: 04:44:42 PM / 07-Jun-12 »
What are you cats yabberin about?  The bracket in this picture that goes through the grill is not for the dealer installed foglights, unless it's to hold a wiring loom, and I doubt a dealer would install a metal bracket when their snazzy zipties would work much better.

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #11 on: 05:45:51 PM / 07-Jun-12 »
I was half asleep when I read that and at that time grille = airdam

fial :P
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Hella flush and all associates should be gunned down for brainwashing people into thinking a 225 and lots of camber is proper wheel fitment. THAT IS EASY, anyone can camber a skinny as tire till it dosnt rub. Now fitting an 11 with a 315 on stock fender with reasonable camber, that is fitment. And looks, and performs better than both.
i dont own a s12 at the moment but trying to acquire one to get rid of my s13 hatch
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Offline dkdsilver

Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #12 on: 03:10:11 PM / 08-Jun-12 »
Theres nothing in that picture to do with fog lights i was saying the huge metal that was on the front bumper going under the front grill was for rally lights if thats not the thing ur talking about then i cant even see what else u mean        lol

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #13 on: 10:38:33 PM / 15-Jun-12 »
Hey guys so finally got my shipment in word of advise don't ever go threw UPS they are complete garbage  :no:.  thank god nothing was actually damaged but damn my boxes sure didn't survive lol also some pictures of the engine that's going in as well car should be done shortly after the long weekend at the end of this month.






















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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #14 on: 04:59:34 AM / 16-Jun-12 »
Oh, More new goodies eh, Ill have to try and make it over there to see them :D
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Fuck you then, I'll take my movies, box of chocolates, bottle of wine and chloroform somewhere else.
Adding an SSD to that is kinda like strapping a 3 inch stainless HKS exhaust on a geo metro.

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #15 on: 07:37:26 AM / 16-Jun-12 »
Looks good wish you were closer so I could take the CA of your hands

Offline dkdsilver

Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #16 on: 03:40:58 AM / 01-Jul-12 »
ca18 is out sr20 is in just sitting on the mounts it all JUST fits alot done in one day tomorrow rad and wiring i only have a few pick.....forgot my camera.

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #17 on: 01:20:32 PM / 01-Jul-12 »
Fuck yea! I need to make a trip to the coast once my car is back running. Little photoshoot maybe?
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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #18 on: 05:29:55 AM / 03-Jul-12 »
That would be fkin mint. Three days no sleep an swap is done and running login the third gear pull burn outs lol only seven psi atm to not done fully ( no intercooler and old shit exhaust) but me engine dosnt even get warm with my huge rad

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Re: 1988 200SX White Revival project (Vancouver area)
« Reply #19 on: 05:46:29 AM / 03-Jul-12 »
AWESOME! I was asleep when you called, I woulda came out :D. Gonna try to drop off my block tomorrow
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Fuck you then, I'll take my movies, box of chocolates, bottle of wine and chloroform somewhere else.
Adding an SSD to that is kinda like strapping a 3 inch stainless HKS exhaust on a geo metro.