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Silvia S15

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After not being able to build for a month!! (which is waaay too long) I finally found time to finish this import car. It's an Aoshima Nissan Silvia S15, the Top Secret edition. I kept it simple: Pearl White with some blue rims and some minor sponsorship.

There are some things that I would have done otherwise if I had known before, but it is what it is and imo it looks good B)

Hope you guys like import-tuners.

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Grtz Cor

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it looks pretty good bro. i like these silvias in white.

i take it your talking about the ride height? its the one thing i don't like about the aoshima kits. the ride height is always funny looking when done.

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i take it your talking about the ride height? its the one thing i don't like about the aoshima kits. the ride height is always funny looking when done.

Thanks bro :)

Yes it is the ride height, especially the rear wheels. The kit comes with 'real springs' that push the car too high. I didn't notice it until it was done.

Other 'issues' are the poor fitting of the hood and the rear wheels aren't centered.

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I thought so. i have had the same problem before when i first started messing with aoshima kits. those springs suck for this.

theres always next time bro.

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Clean simple and smokin'! Looks good from here. Worse come to worse, you can always tear down the suspension to redo that ride height the way you want at a later date.

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looks nice, every japanese car looks good in white for some reason :)

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Yes, its a nice car - very clear built! Like it.

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The blue of the wheels make the model stand out, POP! Great job.

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