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Offline Tsuma

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« Reply #80 on: 05:20:02 PM / 18-Jan-06 »
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And yes I am 15, beleive it or not.
Cool. So am I. :D w00t! I\'m not the only 15 year old here!

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« Reply #81 on: 04:27:23 PM / 30-Jan-06 »
Hello all!  Been lurking here for a while, finally got around to getting some pictures of my ride.


I haven\'t done much to it. Put new 280ZX springs up front and 300ZXTT springs in the rear.  Added a Panasonic deck and 6\" pana speakers, Oh and added a Grant wheel...

edited april 23 \'06-
now with Falken Hanabi 17x7.5\"s Ya!


Now i just need that CA18DET i want :biggrin:
Red 1988 200SX
stock CA20E

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« Reply #82 on: 08:40:40 PM / 30-Jan-06 »
Are those Z wheels?

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« Reply #83 on: 09:32:09 PM / 30-Jan-06 »
As far as i know there the original wheels for the car.  I think they are 15 X 6.
Id like to get some OZ Superleggera\'s some time in the next year or two...
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« Reply #84 on: 09:34:51 PM / 30-Jan-06 »
As nice as those wheels are, there pretty heavy. Your car looks to be in good shape though.
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« Reply #85 on: 01:02:20 AM / 22-Mar-06 »
Update!!
If your not familiar with this car it is a Oval race car and is under a reconstruction

Actually alot further along now but these will have to do...

This is the special dash that flips up if we have an electrical problem.

[url]http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/11/web/2231000-2231999/2231246_9.jpg[/a]
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And this is the redesigned bumper.
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Lots of room to work...
[url]http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/11/web/2231000-2231999/2231246_7.jpg[/a]

And yes it is a joy to work on because almost everything is very easily accesible

Any questions?
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« Reply #86 on: 09:22:00 PM / 03-Apr-06 »
The first post in this thread has been updated with all the new specs and new photos. Please go check is out.

Cheers,

R.
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« Reply #87 on: 09:26:22 PM / 03-Apr-06 »
Is your old car copper or red? It\'s very deceiving....

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« Reply #88 on: 09:40:20 PM / 03-Apr-06 »
My 1985 Nissan 200sx Turbo

Engine
- Rebuilt CA18ET
   - With balanced bottom end
   - 4 new pistons
   - Lighten flywheel and balanced
   - new oil pump, water pump, timing belt, timing tensionor
   - All new gaskets

- CA18ET Cylinder Head
   - Ported out intake and exhuast ports
   - 3 angle valve grind
   - Colt Cam\'s Performance Camshaft

- Standard Exhuast manifold with Kool Coats coating to keep the heat in

- CA20E Intake Manifold

- T28BB turbo off a S15 SR20DET
   - Exhuast Turbine Housing sprayed with Kool Coats coating to keep heat in
   - SS autochrome Stainless Steel Downpipe

- 3 inch stainless steel exhuast
   - Magnaflow SS Cat
   - Magnaflow SS Muffler

- MSD coils

- Electric Fans

- 1G DSM Blow off valve

- Custom Intake piping with cone style K&N air filter



Interior
- Oil Pressure Gauge
- Coolant Temp Gauge
- Boost/Vaccum Gauge
- EGR Gauge
- Short Shifter
- Grant Steering Wheel




Suspension
- CCM Springs
- New Standard Shocks and Strut inserts, for now
- Suspension Techniques Adjustable Rear Sway bar

Exterior
- Sleeper faded red (read pink) colour
- 15X7 0 offset Koing Rewinds with custom powercoated colour



Mods to be completed in the next month or so...

- Custom made intercooler ( which I have already)
- New intake piping to account for the intercooler

Mods to be completed in the next 3 months

- Oil cooler maybe
- New electric fan setup
- Up boost pressure to 14 PSI from the current 5 PSI
- New paint job I hope!! Black here I come!!
Travis Hatt
85 Nissan 200sx w/CA18ET: SOLD

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« Reply #89 on: 09:46:15 PM / 03-Apr-06 »
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Is your old car copper or red? It\'s very deceiving....

It’s orange. It is very similar to the Fast and Furious Supra but we took the entire brown tinter out and that’s what it looks like. It’s just a modified Lambo color.

I will point out that the orange S12 was painted way before the Fast and Furious movie was ever thought of.

I had that car in 1997 to 2000.
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« Reply #90 on: 10:04:10 PM / 03-Apr-06 »
Link back to the updated post [url]http://www.club-s12.org/forum/showthread.php?t=7830[/a]
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« Reply #91 on: 11:34:11 PM / 04-Apr-06 »
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My 1985 Nissan 200sx Turbo

Engine
- Rebuilt CA18ET
   - With balanced bottom end
   - 4 new pistons
   - Lighten flywheel and balanced
   - new oil pump, water pump, timing belt, timing tensionor
   - All new gaskets

- CA18ET Cylinder Head
   - Ported out intake and exhuast ports
   - 3 angle valve grind
   - Colt Cam\'s Performance Camshaft

- Standard Exhuast manifold with Kool Coats coating to keep the heat in

- CA20E Intake Manifold

- T28BB turbo off a S15 SR20DET
   - Exhuast Turbine Housing sprayed with Kool Coats coating to keep heat in
   - SS autochrome Stainless Steel Downpipe

- 3 inch stainless steel exhuast
   - Magnaflow SS Cat
   - Magnaflow SS Muffler

- MSD coils

- Electric Fans

- 1G DSM Blow off valve

- Custom Intake piping with cone style K&N air filter



Interior
- Oil Pressure Gauge
- Coolant Temp Gauge
- Boost/Vaccum Gauge
- EGR Gauge
- Short Shifter
- Grant Steering Wheel




Suspension
- CCM Springs
- New Standard Shocks and Strut inserts, for now
- Suspension Techniques Adjustable Rear Sway bar

Exterior
- Sleeper faded red (read pink) colour
- 15X7 0 offset Koing Rewinds with custom powercoated colour



Mods to be completed in the next month or so...

- Custom made intercooler ( which I have already)
- New intake piping to account for the intercooler

Mods to be completed in the next 3 months

- Oil cooler maybe
- New electric fan setup
- Up boost pressure to 14 PSI from the current 5 PSI
- New paint job I hope!! Black here I come!!



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« Reply #92 on: 06:43:22 AM / 05-Apr-06 »
Travis, I don\'t see any Cam gear listed there!
Dan

 
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If you want your car to be reliable and cheap it wont be fast...
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« Reply #93 on: 03:15:35 PM / 05-Apr-06 »
Travis, you rock, that\'s pretty much the EXAT path I want for mine. We are going to have to rap about the CA20E intake, since I\'m not sure what to do with the idle air controls and the vac lines.
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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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« Reply #94 on: 09:33:10 PM / 05-Apr-06 »
Thanks everyone.

Magnum, I forgot to add the cam gear. It\'s not on the car yet...I\'m hoping to get it done next week, as I\'m still trying to find someone with some knowledge in degreeing an engine.

Arro, We can have that chat any old time. I\'m thinkin about writing up a how-to for people.
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« Reply #95 on: 09:44:47 PM / 05-Apr-06 »
Take a look at those manifold pictures I posted in the Club Gallery of the CA20E intake manifold... you can use those in your writeup, add some pointer lines and descriptions or whatever else you need.
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Drive it like you stole it, and work on it like you married it - self quote
Quote from: ka-t.org
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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« Reply #96 on: 10:11:08 PM / 24-Apr-06 »
ROSKOracer, that car is off the hook awesome! I want a tube chassied s12. one question, why all the positive caster? that front wheel looks really far back in the wheel well. I guess it might be the body work just being in a different spot than stock though.

westside, those konigs look awesome. good wheel fitament man. finally someone running proper rwd offsets, none of this +40 fwd crap. car looks so much beefier with good low offset wheels.
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« Reply #97 on: 11:11:01 PM / 24-Apr-06 »
Thanks New pictures of it coming soon. The Positive caster is just an allusion, it actually doesn\'t have that much. We believe the top speed is close to 190 KPH. The car has a 5 gear transmission and I only use 1st and 2nd at a half mile oval.
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« Reply #98 on: 01:19:16 PM / 14-Dec-06 »
This is my new silvia It needs some work but ist ib better condition then the old one RIP.
« Last Edit: 01:20:40 PM / 14-Dec-06 by ChEsTeR »
ChEsTeR :D
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« Reply #99 on: 04:48:37 PM / 14-Dec-06 »
a little slideshow, only pictures i have now. not modded up yet. ive been busy working 2 jobs trying to get money for the car.car looks better now its been rubbed out and shines deep. colors holding up, no fade or peel yet. rustoleum is teh ish. now that i got some cash flow theres a lot in store.
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« Last Edit: 04:59:45 PM / 14-Dec-06 by silvia love »