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>s chassis questions and answers
>s chassis cars
Got some stock wheels finally. 2 of them are spray painted gold though so gotta paint remove em. Tires are shit tho lel.
>Have the OEM 7 spokes as well
>The finish is oxidized, my attempts to refinish them properly with clearcoat remover,sanding and a new coat looks like shit, stubborn brake dust
How much does powder coating cost? Unless plastidip metalizer actually looks good
It's been a while but my pos hasn't grenaded yet
Strip em, duplicolor makes a kit to do factory style silver if that's the look you're going for
My new years resolution is sr swap, body work and paint after that.
Trying to buy some used coilovers some time this week as long as the guy doesn't sell them to someone else. I've offered to buy them several times but he insists on waiting for this other offer he has
lLong time since I've been here.
Nice man, what colour are you thinking?
How come SR? They're pretty expensive for what theu are and that's here in straya where you find them everywhere.
Fitting up my drivers side side skirt last night. Sits better than the pic related because I couldn't hold it up. Just needs holes drilled and this ones ready to be sanded back and painted.
Anyone have any tips to get rid of sikaflex? Used a caramel wheel to get the double sided tape off but it doesn't work very well on sikaflex.
So new thermostat is in. Seems to be working ok. Also removed those seat covers.
>roads are salted
>girlfriends dad installing lift in garage so can't store cars there yet
>supra & 240 have to stay out in the cold for a few more weeks
Welp at least once the garage is done 240 tube front & body work can begin alongside the supra overhaul
Originally 1jz but 2jz is actually starting to look cheaper with the bonus of parts availability. Just need to find a good GTE engine for sale.
Also for my fan shroud i have the bottom cut in half with 2 holes drilled to run a zip tie thru to make it easier cut & take off, then put back on & zip tie back together, kek
Caramel wheel is just a kind of clay type thing you use as a drill attachment. Removes shit from your pain without scratching it.
Sikaflex is just like a silicon crossed with glue.
Have gotten some of it off with a blade then taken back the rest with the caramel wheel.
after about half a year of being bone stock it begins, gents
Hey Gents! KA-T Zenki anon checking in.
Haven't done much to the car, it sleeps mostly during this winter.
Scored some almost brand new Nismo Juke RS Recaros for a steal of a deal, gonna figure out a way to make them work in the S14. Pic related.
The headlamps are also out getting the projector retrofit + HID treatment. Super stoked about those as well.
>Suddenly decided I want a "Type-X" Silvia
Reckon it looks alright? Or am I just an absolute madman with no clue?
Ahh I see, didn't really look at that picture. I think the aero side skirts look better on the silvia than the type x side skirts anyway. Have a pair of them sat in the shed at the moment, considering keeping them and trying to collect a few genuine aero parts and keep them until the drift tax becomes 2000%
Hopefully someone can help me out with this. I have an S13 and been trying to find a part number. In pic related, Nissan refers to it as the front bumper extension. However, there's a bar that stabilizes that extension to the bumper so it doesn't flop and stick out. Mine has rusted out and I'd like to replace it. Any ideas?
Gotta have the type x wing breh. Some other anon wanted a two tone 180
chances are its going to be real difficult to make them fit, if they do at all. theyre real tall and would give an awkward seating position in the 240.
on the other hand, they go for 4k new from the dealer, so im sure you could get a decent payout if you dont keep them
Trying to find s15 visors is a bitch. Also attempting to recover headliner/ glovebox in suede when o have the free time.
My sr20det dropped spark to cylinder 2 this morning. Sounds like wrx.
After 2 months with my 240, I am in total love.
And I got a club from my dad cus he knows it might be stolen one day.
That's the plan, but its 2stock and I plan to keep it that way until I can find a type x front bumper
What are you on about? Im saying to create such a switch, and flip it when you leave the car. that way it wont be fed fuel and no one will be able to start it.. without hitting the hidden switch
Would have been like $600, but it was ordered last year & they had a stock problem where they ran out & didnt tell me for a month after taking money, just now got the shipping confirmation that its on the way from Japan with free shipping & a discount. so now i have a unopened type x bumper for only $200
Not gonna lie I offered the soon to be owners of said Nismo Juke RS $500 for them both and they graciously accepted. I couldn't believe it.
Yeah I'm hoping they go in easily and it all works out I really really like them. I'm gonna try to find the lowest bottom mount seat bracket that accepts this seat and kinda go from there. If they don't work out I'll sell them and fund some Brides or something.
FRS sport sell them I think in plastic. Or for got tier fibreglass fitment go JSAI, they make some pretty high quality fibreglass shit. Obviously not as good as plastic but those that frs sport sell aren't genuine as genuine type x bars aren't made of polyurethane.
why lol. Only reason mine is still stock is because I'm dailying it right now and I can't afford to not have a car if anything goes wrong.
only made for two years, plus rice tax/drift tax. Get a zenki and swap the front end
why do you care if your deck looks oem? It's just the stereo bro. Also with an aftermarket one you get a nice spot to put your sunglasses
>why lol. Only reason mine is still stock is because I'm dailying it right now and I can't afford to not have a car if anything goes wrong.
You can always invest in coils, swaybars and an lsd. All good mods that wont make the car any less reliable. Plus if you have a nice stock sr20 the power is perfectly enough. Hell even the KA is good.
I dont understand why everyone gotta butcher up their car and make it a unreliable pos.
Yeah thats my plan, short of the engine swap (I do want to switch to an SR eventually, but I don't have the money, tools, garage, or experienced friends to help me with that right now).
Coilovers will come once I save enough money for some decent ones. Tried to buy some used Teins this week but the guy sold them to someone else.
just realized my shitbox has been in an unreported rear end collision and water leaks into the boot and rear end lights
they cleaned it up more or less wonder if frame is not shot to shit
will silicone seal the gap up in the light fixtures??
You can't legally swap them in the USA at all technically because they aren't dot approved or some shit like that?
But yeah it's not legal in california so you would have to find a shady smog shop to 'pass' you.
i also wonder this
from what i understand in this shit hole is that it has to be the same year or newer. and have all related bits.
if i were to do a swap it would be the ka24de-t for less headache
or the obligatory lsx
I have a similar question. For whatever reason, I see condensation collecting inside my rear windshield and the quarter glass. I see drops of water, but when I hose down my car, I see no water leaking in.
most hatches leak, i've replaced the trim on mine twice & it works for awhile, but not forever.
and to look for signs if your body is no longer straight, check the wheel wells & pinch welds of your unibody for crumples & wavy bends like pic related.
also if it was really hard of an impact, check your frame rails for buckling.
my 240 was in a front end collision, but got lucky with the crumple zone taking the impact & leaving no damage past the shock tower.
only problem is my driverside headlight is pushed back slightly, and that could be fixed if i just get a bolt to attach it to the mount that just dangles there
its a coupe bro
and thanks for the tip
the rubber trim seals up perfectly but where the plastic light fixtures meets the body theirs a good 5mm+ gaps on the corners so when it rains in runs off and down into the lights wetting and corroding the light bulbs and shit
Could anyone with a hatch take a pic of their trunk with the carpet and spare wheel removed. possibly taking a shot from above so i can see some stuff. i think my car might've been hit from the back in the past
welp, thanks a lot
unless eu spec had something different (which i doubt) i can safely say that my car has been hit in the rear in its past. now i really dont know why one area in my trunk (the side towards the rear lights) is weird... wrinkled in one line/crumpled i cant even find the right word. doesnt help that its rusted. god i hate the snow, wanna go out and check the trunk now and take pics, but too much snow. if it was spring i'd take the bumper off
yep. my rear lights also got condensation. the car was sitting for a long time tho, so its also possible that all the rubber bits went to shit.
anyways in terms of handling, the car goes straight, feels solid and nothing rattles at all..
I don't really care about this, but thing is I'm poor as hell now so it hurts... If i had the money i'd fix it up...
Hold me br/o/
I doubt a smog shop would be able to tell that its not the right engine, as long as you have all the correct emissions stuff on it (cat). I'm not soeaking from experience though. And it probably depends on the smog shop
Anybody had experience with aftermarket FLCA's, bent one so i bought these.
>not acostal motorsports kit with adjustable camber tops that allow you to pull castor from the top and eliminate binding
I run a nistune ecu. Most import shops where I live will tune them because the dude who designed it lives in my city.. Not worth the extra expense of buying the tuning software without a dyno really. You can get them installed and tuned here for under $1k, definately a good option. Allow you to keep all your factory features, can run e85 and fuel flex sensors if you want, pretty sure in the new software they have anti lag settings etc. Well worth the money you pay for them desu. Just do your research on tuners, I've had a few bad experiences from different places and finally found someone who put the time and effort in to get everything perfect.