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Offline milton

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« Reply #100 on: 04:35:06 PM / 22-Dec-06 »
cool car , i have one too

just no pics
« Last Edit: 04:35:47 PM / 22-Dec-06 by milton »

Offline Sean1978

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« Reply #101 on: 06:11:31 PM / 11-Dec-07 »
#1



1993 Nissan 240SX
This cas has been built as a somewhat classy daily driver. It's got all of the power options and everything works except for cruize control (I'm not missing anything). The suspension was setup to be comfortable enough for long business drives and hauling my girlfriend around.

Performance:
- 1997 S14 KA engine swap (A/C works!)
- Blitz Nur-Spec 3 inch catback
- Nismo engine mounts
- Fidanza short shifter
- XTD stage 2 street clutch
- Hicass LSD
- Eibach Sportline springs with KYB AGX shocks
- Godspeed Swaybars (front and rear)
- Solid spherical bearing T/C rods
- Ebay strut tower bar (front only)

Cosmetic:
- OEM S15 front seats
- OEM S13 Silvia skirts
- New black carpet
- Momo "race" steering wheel
- fresh paint
- Konig rewinds (15x7, 0 offset)

I'm honestly about done with this car. The exhaust was puchased for car #2 and will be swapped out as soon as I find a desent 2.5 inch catback with a resonator. I'm going to put a Xenon front lip onto it next month. I may do a low-boost (200ish Rwhp) in the future after project #2 is finished.

#2

I'm have been building this car
1993 240SX.
blacktop S13 SR20DET.
Chargespeed everything.
lots of other stuff. Needs about $10,000.00 to get it to the place I want it to be.
I'm building this car for HPDE and drift events.



#3

The S12. I bough this car mainly for classic appeal. I want to make it super clean on the outside and do some minor styling alterations and performance modifications.

Since I bought it I have purchased all-new interior panels from OEM surplus. I'd like to find a better set of seats but I have a feeling I'll be looking in junkyards for a long time for the same type in better condition.
I'm going to have the car painted black again as soon as I find some factory V6 Skirts and a bumper. I'd like to run a CA20ET on this car (for old-school appeal)
I have been buying an assload of interior tidbits to make it look like new again on the inside. I'm doing an S13 front suspension conversion and will probably run some custom made springs and koni shocks on the back:


« Last Edit: 06:12:15 PM / 11-Dec-07 by Sean1978 »
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Offline bluke1

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« Reply #102 on: 06:27:55 PM / 16-Apr-08 »
nice cars! what is this oem surplus you mention?
on a long enough timeline, everyones survival rate drops to zero

86 200sx notch racecar (soon to be kade)
86 200sx notch ka swap project
87 200sx se welded diff beater
87 200sx se daily driver
76 cadillac miller meteor endloader hearse

Offline Lister

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« Reply #103 on: 10:59:33 PM / 09-Jun-08 »
1984 Nissan Gazelle Aus Spec PJS12

R34 RB25 Neo
     Greddy copy Manifold
     Q45 80mm Throttle Body
     EMS 8860 Engine management system
     600x300x75 Intercooler



R33 Re4r01a 4Speed automatic transmission
     All Standard except run by and Aus Spec R31 Skyline transmission Computer.

Watanabes 16x8 fitted with Goodyear Eagle F1 205/55/16


3" Exhaust no Cat and only 1 muffler, finishes just in front of the rear axle

Interior is relativeley stock except for the Streering wheel which will changed as soon as my Nardi gets back from the trimmers.


A Before Shot


And the End result
First Time Out 13.40 @ 105 MPH

Obvious things i need, LSD and a higher stall converter and maybe some Valve body mods to make it shift firmer.

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Offline Arro

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« Reply #104 on: 04:24:24 PM / 03-Jul-08 »
Thats what makes the RB swap so cool -- instant results.
-Jason Arro


'85 Nissan 200SX (KA24DE)
formerly,
'85 Nissan Silvia RS-X - FJ20 w/ dual Weber carbs
'84 Nissan 200SX Turbo
'85 Nissan 200SX Turbo
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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 KLOX

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« Reply #105 on: 05:04:56 PM / 03-Jul-08 »
1985 Pontiac Grand Prix

Mods:
-2 pump Hydraulic Suspension with 10 switches
-15" Dayton Wire Wheels
-Hedman Headers
-Custom one off dual exhaust
-some other crap i cant remember right now... lol










Offline DEN_S12GP

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« Reply #106 on: 01:17:25 PM / 30-Oct-08 »
HI ?nd it is mine silvia S12 Gran Prix

















Offline David B

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« Reply #107 on: 01:35:56 PM / 30-Oct-08 »
NICE

what rear setup is that dudeee
« Last Edit: 01:36:19 PM / 30-Oct-08 by David B »


caged ca20e/ka24e/sr20det/ka24de/1jzgte SRA hatch. super sick

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Offline D-sport S12

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« Reply #108 on: 08:28:36 PM / 30-Oct-08 »
I like the rear and front widebody fenders, did you make them yourself?
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Offline seishuku

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« Reply #109 on: 09:46:41 PM / 30-Oct-08 »
Grandprix model, STOCK widebody.

Nice SR, stock intake though? Gotta ditch that!
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Offline D-sport S12

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« Reply #110 on: 10:12:03 PM / 30-Oct-08 »
I want those fenders
Jesse R

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Offline seishuku

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« Reply #111 on: 10:15:47 PM / 30-Oct-08 »
Join the club.
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Offline tuhsty s-12

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« Reply #112 on: 10:11:54 PM / 20-Dec-08 »
wut brakes are those?

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« Reply #113 on: 01:02:44 PM / 18-Feb-09 »
Model:
1987 nissan 200sx turbo ca18et(ca18det swap in future)

Interior:
oldschool momo wheel, autometer boost gauge, blitz turbo timer, s13 silvia jdm seat
plastic nismo style shift knob

Wheels & Suspension:
15" x 8" sportmax 501's
Front s13 control arms, tension rods, spindles, brakes and s14 tension rod brackets
megan racing s12 coilovers

All work done by me including all fabrication.

« Last Edit: 03:02:18 PM / 03-Apr-09 by SkS12 »

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« Reply #114 on: 02:22:52 PM / 18-Feb-09 »
SkS12, Your car looks bad ass with the rust and the stock wheels at that ride height. I want to see an S12 hoodride so bad. You should add paint blemishes to fit the look man.
I'd rather be a matchstick than a lighter.