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  1. taz

    OEM+ Nissan PS13

    mnay thanks guys! appreciate it!
  2. Hey guys! Havent posted here in a while. Here's my latest build! The purpose of this one, was just to build a bada** s13, and I think Ive done that. Turned out just as I had imagined. A few hiccups, main problem being that I polished through alot of paint :/ but nevermind. Heres the spec list. Exterior: scratch built: OEM aero bumper aero side skirts rear spats bonnet vent rolled arches engine bay with tubbed arches S15 wing mirrors custom tail pipe custom RC wheels custom indicator lenses Interior: scratch built: interior tub to replicate 1/1 silvia hydraulic handbrake and gear knob roll bars swithcboard on dashboard S15 dashboard Recaro bucket seat with harness and R32 GTR passenger seat. Battery relocation Detailmaster steering wheel Chassis modifications include lowering, increased neg. camber, scratch made anti roll bar, and various other components. Engine bay: RB26 taken from the tamiya r32. custom exhaust manifold custom turbo+plumbing modified intake plenum resin front mount intercooler, chopped and resized to allow fitment, with custom piping struts made from alumium and wire various details added Pics!
  3. cheers for comments guys the tongue is meant to be a tow strap haha. Cheers for the tip mate!
  4. dammit i have a few more pics but it wont let me post them
  5. Hello chaps, this was a fairly quicky build, although I got very lazy in between building it. Wanted another model to add to my little collection. Mods are as follows Suspension lowered and cambered to fit new wheels. (Yet to stretch rear tyre somehow but leaving it for now even though it looks a little unrealstic!!) Exhaust sytem chopped and modified for new shotgun (single barrel) style exhaust Tinted rear lights, rear window and front indicator lenses with Tamiya smoke. Custom front lip. Tow strap Drivers bucket seat with harness Dished steering wheel JDM dildo gear knob grip tape on handbrake with drift button Roll bar Random stickers Here's the pics, I hope you like it as I do!!! ( the pics are pretty awful, sorry!) not sure if this is the right section, as its not totally finished! Need to sort the rear tyres out, maybe paint wheel centres aswell.
  6. Hey guys! Thought I'd share my latest build with you Very happy with the results. A few imperfections.... bonnet fitment, polished through a fair amount of paint :oops: but otherwise, im very happy with it. The customer is too. WIP thread, here http://forum.spc.org.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=16774 The original car And the scaled down version Sorry for the ridiculous amounts of pics! :wave:
  7. do you mean stripped out look? I didnt use any of the interior bucket from the kit, but you get the idea. heres mine, the pics do the talking. then eventually hope this helps.
  8. wow thanks alot guys Really glad you like it!
  9. Thanks for looking! Thanks matey! Glad you like it!
  10. Hey there I built this halfway through building my fortune rx7, my skills developed alot on this build...so its quite a significant build for me in that sense. Tamiya kit, alot of scratch made parts- Interior-stripped look, roll cage made from brass, dash mods, door cards exterior parts, front bumper, rear bumper, sideskirts, guards, vents, bonnet, lights, kouki rear lights alot of engine parts, enginebay, chassis detailing etc Painted zero candy blue I hope you like it, Im a serious s13 enthusiast.
  11. haha thanks guys! Nice to hear from you Jimmy!! The real car is mazda rx7 with the infamous fortune bodykit from veilside...but you cant buy a kit form of this, so I made it! Thanks so much guys, makes it all worthwhile when people like it!
  12. Thanks mate, for your very kind words. I'll post up more of my work, I just want to inspire people to do whacky stuff that they make think may not be possible. Im no pro, but with great supporters, and strong motivation, you can build anything! Thanks again mate!
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