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#641   2018-04-27 16:25          
Ffs, stop fill a cars, these cars are sick...

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# Soju :



Whoops! Sorry for the delay guys. I was working on my life stuff, and I ordered some special things for the S13 Coupe. I decided to put Works9 fender kits and the hood in order to match the bodykit. S13 is truly becoming the real wallet eater!



From what I used to have on my storage, I traded my previous to-be-used S13 wide front / rear fenders with the Works9 one. Well, it was hard to get the genuine fenders, so I had to deal with the replicated ones. But it works really good, just as the original one, with a lot of custom job.

I paid V$ 100 for the aero-style mirrors. I hope cops won't bug me off with this one.

I also paid V$ 500 for the used brick lights / blinker set and the "GT-R style" grille.



It always feels heartbreaking to grind the "not-touched" stock rear fenders to make it wider.

I paid V$ 1500 for the used Brembo 4P/2P brake kit / spacers and this was the one I waited for the delivery, since I had issues with the delivery company.

Well..



About the hood, I also traded the stock S13 hood with + V$ 300 with the Works9 hood. I am not sure this one is genuine or not, but it was cheap so I got one. Now it looks much better in shape.

Also, I rattle sprayed the Advan TC3s into one of common grey colors, and it turned out much better than I expected.



The license plate placement is weird, but I had to compromise. Things happen, you know.



I took her for the drive with 11K, and he also really liked the result! Maybe I should reconsider the custom livery and the sticker job...?



1. The so-called "stock condition" 180SX is doing its job fine, as a daily grocery machine. Nothing has been done to the car other than the basic maintenance.



2. My "Wangan" spec Supra is doing its job really well as a weekend racer. I just matt-blacked the wheels for more one-toned look.



Whoops new page lol.


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#642   2018-04-27 20:00          
Decent Supra! Wow! Racecar - love!
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#643   2018-04-29 04:17          
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the S13 snd JZA80 are killer!!!

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#644   2018-06-15 09:22          

Whoops, sorry for the lack of updates. I was busy dealing with legal issues with changing the front-end of the 240SX Coupe.

The DMV didn't like the front end swap during the inspection, because the car was originally pop-up headlights and it became static.

They were not satisfied with the safety and the light angle they desired.

Actually I've done the swap last year once and it had no problem at all, or maybe it has been more strict since.

Well, I just decided to spend another fortune and swap it into Onevia again, at least I had to get this thing road legal. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯



Aside the front-end swap, I brought a new set of 18-inch FD-50S for V$ 4500. It reminded me of the old Panasport wheels and I really dig this style.

I sold the Advan AC3 for V$ 1500 to mend my wallet for more parts in the future.

I guess the DMV will fight over about the lack of turn signals in the front, but oh well.



I also got the OEM rear spoiler for USDM 240SX for V$150 and it was really hard to find.



I also focused on the inside of the car. Since the 180SX Fastback was almost stock, I am doing more stuff on this almost-identical twin.

Nardi Steering wheel for V$ 215, Apexi FC for V$ 550, Defi Turbo Gauge for V$ 70, Defi BF Tachometer for V$ 270, Blitz Manometer for V$ 200.

Also, I got the HKS EVC Boost Controller for V$ 300, hydraulic E-brakes for V$ 80, Gear shifter for V$ 50, and used pair of Bride Low Max bucket seats for V$ 900.

Stripping the interior was not my thing, and the wiring was a pain in the ass. Also, the E-brake setup is not fully done yet.

I have to work on additional pistons and adapter to fit in the rear wheel hub.




Still more stuff to be done on this car!


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#645   2018-06-15 11:22          
Just clean!
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#646   2018-06-15 13:54          
Sweet Onevia :)
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#647   2018-06-15 14:03          
Amaizingly clean 180 !

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#648   2018-06-15 14:37          
C.L.E.A.N!


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#649   2018-06-16 15:53          
What can I say? It is clean! Just like all your cars dude! I like it thaaaaaaaaat much!
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#650   2018-06-18 07:19          
lord that PS13 is so good and clean
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#651   2018-06-18 10:11          
That was unexpected, I really liked the look of original PS13 front, but whatever floats your boat man. Amazing wheel choice too! B)

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#652   2018-06-21 13:42          

It's so great to be in a new place, I mean a garage... or is it new?








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#653   2018-06-21 13:49          
Stunning Supra dude :-X ! I really hope mine will look this good...

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#654   2018-06-22 08:52          
OOOOOOOOO Onevia! So good man, color of the car matches the wheels very nicely too. And nice place! Supra looking cool as ever btw haha

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#655   2018-06-22 12:23          
Good luck with new garage! Look like Supra love new garage.


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#656   2018-06-22 16:45          
That Supra.... is simply supra!
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#657   2018-06-26 18:18          

Thank you guys for all the compliments!



I've been daily driving this floor-sweeping 180SX for a while, and I decided spice up my car with some go-kart wheels.

I thought 15 inches were too low for daily driving (already too low but anyway) so I've been searching for some rebarreled Kyusha wheels, and I came up with these.



On the front, these are 16-inch SSR MKII wheels with red paint on the spokes.



On the rear, I put these 16-inch SSR MK1 wheels. I hope those brake heat doesn't mess the brake fluid.



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#658   2018-06-26 19:46          
Not bad.
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#659   2018-06-26 22:57          
That 180 looks good!

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#660   2018-06-27 12:55          
Loving retro look!


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#661   2018-06-27 13:21          
Soju's Silvia taste is really something,Mans got style

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#662   2018-07-04 05:28          

Thank you guys!

During one week, I stored my 240SX to the garage with a help of Mr. Lee getting the car inspected and registered correctly.

It was really a roller coaster ride tho. But this car makes me smile all the time.

I guess I have to focus on the details on this car for now.









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#663   2018-07-04 08:01          
Lookin' clean asf ! I really love how clean it looks !

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#664   2018-07-04 10:28          
:iagree:

I think it looked even better with Advans tho, a bit more aggressive. And of course your 180 is still looking good too, the new wheels kinda counter its clean look but it looks very interesting now!

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#665   2018-07-04 15:42          
Not a fan of onevias but yours one is eye candy for sure, beautiful, just beautiful! :thumbsup: I also agree with Lagano, I liked Advan wheels more too.. :rolleyes:

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#666   2018-07-04 16:16          
That Onevia are so nice. High five from blue Onevia owner on UK


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#667   2018-07-13 19:07          



Thanks to Radcoon, I could get the sweet sets of sticker for V$ 135! I guess I should get more of those.

Thank you guys. Actually owning a Japanese classics here is really challenging, but it is showing progress.



I prefer driving the 240SX with lights up, I don't know why. It just looks so cool. Pop-up ftw.



I also bought a pair of used Bride Gias II seats for V$ 1200. The previous Low Max seats will go to the 180SX fastback.



Just can't resist myself to put some anime related stickers and such.



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#668   2018-07-13 19:34          
Never have enough stickers ;)
Looks really, really good :)

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#669   2018-07-13 20:45          
Damn that thing looks really good! 11000 pro told me to come over. Which I'll do soon so hope to see your rides as well.
Also thx for the sticker purchase! ;)
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#670   2018-07-13 22:50          
Probably one of the most sticker obsessed guys that I know haha, and I must say it looks damn good on Soju's cars! Everything you do, looks like it is supposed to be there lol.

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#671   2018-07-14 00:05          
# Soju :



Thanks to Radcoon, I could get the sweet sets of sticker for V$ 135! I guess I should get more of those.

Thank you guys. Actually owning a Japanese classics here is really challenging, but it is showing progress.



I prefer driving the 240SX with lights up, I don't know why. It just looks so cool. Pop-up ftw.



I also bought a pair of used Bride Gias II seats for V$ 1200. The previous Low Max seats will go to the 180SX fastback.



Just can't resist myself to put some anime related stickers and such.



Perfect :-X

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#672   2018-07-17 14:05          

O shit what did I do









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#673   2018-07-17 14:25          
Perfect for daily lol.


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#674   2018-07-17 14:58          
Nice one! Man, today I was passed by one of those tacos an thought. Should one of these one day. And I guess you know skip's.
Did a great purchase man. STICKER IT UP!!!
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#675   2018-07-17 15:03          
O shid, what did you do. What a cool whip to daily lol.

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#676   2018-07-17 15:03          
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#677   2018-07-18 10:36          

It's a toy!



It's over 30'C here these days in Korea, and the worst thing is the life without air conditioning and lack of window tint.

Well, I've picked this Tico for dirt cheap price, and it still had some issues obviously. The AC was not working, the tires needed to be fixed, the interior has been worn out pretty bad, the carburated engine had to be cleaned, the brakes has to be checked, and the tires had to be replaced.

With these so many problems, this Kei-car based Korean shitbox gives me the smile, because this car is part of Korean culture!

I and 11K shared a lot of Tico-related jokes during our childhood days, when these cars were so common on the streets. But now, it is considered a cult classic, and most of the used cars headed to other countries which made this car cost pretty much a lot. Consider it the "cult classic tax" here.

I sorta fixed the back seat backwards, to make more room on the back to store more stuff, just like a van so Mr. Lee, 11K and I could use it as a personal delivery van, but the slips are on my hands.

The funny thing is, the rear bumper happens to be replaced to the European spec ones, which is considered a unicorn part here. I guess that will appeal to most Korean car lovers out there.



As the car registration law has been revised, I now cannot retain these old-school green plates anymore. I have to change it into one of those white modern ones, which my 240SX and Supra already have. Since this Tico has Euro bumpers on the back... Why not trying to get longer plate this time?



I prefer Super Tico, which eventually has many minor differences to this "Zenki" Tico, such as fender flares, two-tone color scheme, power steering, automatic transmission, and wing! As I mentioned before, the Tico is getting harder and harder to find, so finding these parts would be some kind of junkyard hunting for me. Sounds interesting...


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#678   2018-07-18 11:09          
TICO FRIEND!
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#679   2018-07-18 13:34          
That's a proper domestic you got there! :D

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#680   2018-07-18 14:37          
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