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Dr. Zoom

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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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radcoon

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#642   2018-04-27 20:00          
Decent Supra! Wow! Racecar - love!

RocketBunnyS13

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#643   2018-04-29 04:17          
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the S13 snd JZA80 are killer!!!

s t a y c l a s s y

Soju

kr
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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!




Zero

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#645   2018-06-15 11:22          
Just clean!
Cars:
1997 Honda Civic Type R - B16B 182hp
1997 Volvo 850 T5 Estate - 2.3 T5 Engine (Slightly Modified) - 365hp
1997 Nissan 180SX Type-S - SR20DE NA-T (Not Dynoed)
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StratoWolf

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#646   2018-06-15 13:54          
Sweet Onevia :)

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ErwinFenyvesi23

jp
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#647   2018-06-15 14:03          
Amaizingly clean 180 !
Check out my [ROLEPLAY] , its pretty good ...

Cars in RP :
○ 1998 Nissan S14 Kouki ( daily car )
○ 1994 Toyota Supra Mk IV ( project car )
○ 1989 Nissan S13 180sx ( drift car )
Vehicle history:
○ 1994 Nissan S13 180sx
○ 2001 Acura Integra DC5


Dr. Zoom

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


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radcoon

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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!

marcus915

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#650   2018-06-18 07:19          
lord that PS13 is so good and clean
//C o o l d o w n\\
offset > takeoff

MACKAY

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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)

Soju

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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?










ErwinFenyvesi23

jp
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Location: Japan Tokyo
Occupation: JDM Car enthusiast
Age: 23
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#653   2018-06-21 13:49          
Stunning Supra dude :-X ! I really hope mine will look this good...
Check out my [ROLEPLAY] , its pretty good ...

Cars in RP :
○ 1998 Nissan S14 Kouki ( daily car )
○ 1994 Toyota Supra Mk IV ( project car )
○ 1989 Nissan S13 180sx ( drift car )
Vehicle history:
○ 1994 Nissan S13 180sx
○ 2001 Acura Integra DC5